Until fairly recently I was still using an HP 200LX. Twice I tried to wean myself off it but was unsuccessful. The first time was with an Apple Newton (a stone age tablet) and it was sort of okay. It was the only keyboard-less computer I've ever used that was almost usable. (It had a stylus and good handwriting recognition.) But when I wanted to write my own software for it I learned that I would have to pay Apple several thousand dollars for the privilege so I threw it away and I will never buy an Apple product again. The second time I tried to kick the 200LX habit was with an HP 320LX. This was the worst computing device I have ever had the misfortune of owning. It was a Windows CE ("wince") machine and it failed before the one-year warranty was up. I didn't even bother to send it back to HP for a replacement -- I was glad to see it go, and got another 200LX! Eventually I could no longer afford to keep getting 200LXs repaired (disintegrating case plastics), and for the last year or two (or three maybe) I've just been using an 11" notebook running GNU/Linux. (I guess that fits into the "non-touch screen device, no stylus (e.g. netbook)" category although in the poll I voted "other - please, specify in the comments".) It's an awkward machine when standing up on a crowded subway or bus. And it's far too big. And difficult to use with one hand. And the battery life is atrocious. But it serves reasonably well nonetheless. Oh, and I suppose my phone counts, since when I got it I thought it would replace the 200LX (but it failed miserably). It's a Samsung Galaxy SII (that's II as in 2), but it is utterly useless as a computing device (because of the pathetic toy programs that populate the Android universe (and the lack of a keyboard)). It sort of works as a phone but I really think a phone (mobile or otherwise) needs a full-size handset and separate controls that are visible when the handset is to one's ear (without having plastic surgery to have one's eyes extended out onto stalks).