> Anyone know what's the best PDA for linux use ? I've seen the Cassiopeia
> and the iPaq running Lisa Linux most excellently, and I want.
I think its still up in the air - lots of Linux PDA's are coming - the next
year is going to be really interesting. Yesterday I got my hands on a developer
edition of the Linux powered Agenda VR3 (http://www.agendacomputing.com).
It is cool - very - its weird been able telnet into it.
> For those that haven't seen Lisa -
>http://www.lisa.de/pages/eng/index.html - they were showing it off at
Must have a look see - what are its requirements?
> QT/Konqueror based. Lovely Palm-like applauncher, with some basic apps,
> like memo pad, calandar written for a small-screen PDA.
The VR3 still needs work - I'm not impressed by its window manager
but it isn't officially launched yet and it is quite cheap.
> So, it's no longer "Who has the best software" - but what's the best
> hardware. And, I'm wondering - anyone know what the best hardware is at
> the moment ? The casio or the ipaq ?
I've heard bad things about the reliability of iPaqs and the batter life is
ment to be bad.
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