You mean like
Pockets? Ah, for when i would have to work on the go. If i wanted to work on the go, i guess i would go for a device which fits my pockets and has the best keyboard. Which would certainly not be the Pandora, rather one of the old Psion devices. Man those things had good keyboards. The Pandora's is not bad, but certainly there are better options for productivity.
I know I said I had no more to say, but evidently I should have been more clear. My meaning (and I had hoped it would be readily obvious) was: There are no other practical options for a pocket-sized writing device that are currently on the market and that can act as an entire standalone computer. (Even the Sharp Netwalker only has a three-hour battery-life. )
Agreed. But this fact doesn't seem to stop those topics every once in a while where someone will pop up and claim that "to get the best experience", we should all be buying a new multi-core mobile telephone every three to six months (and yes, that really has happened here)...This whole discussion is a bit pointless, since it is more a question of the definition of outdatedness. Everyone has to decide for theirself which tasks they expect to be performed by a handheld computer. It really is quite pointless to argue about what the Pandora can or cannot do. It either suits your needs or it doesn't, and that should be the criterium if you want to buy it or not.
You mean, producing in germany, which is one of the 10 % richest countries, which own 85 % of global wealth, is a fair trade?I'm happy to support a social system which takes care of the poor people and of people that are ill or are suffering from diseases, even if that raises the price.
Why not select a company in india or china which treats employees well? I think this is a way to "take care of the poor people"!
What is "poor" in germany compared to "poor" in china then?
regards from india