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With PDA and Smartphone prices dropping every day, I just wondered:

How 'connected' is AA.Org?

Courtesy Wiki:

A smartphone is a full-featured mobile phone with personal computer like functionality. Most smartphones are cellphones that support full featured email capabilities with the functionality of a complete personal organizer. An important feature of most smartphones is that applications for enhanced data processing and connectivity can be installed on the device[1], by contrast to regular phones which support sandboxed applications. These applications may be developed by the manufacturer of the device, by the operator or by any other third-party software developer. "Smart" functionality includes any additional interface including a miniature QWERTY keyboard, a touch screen, or even just secure access to company mail, such as is provided by a BlackBerry.

Personal digital assistants (PDAs) are handheld computers that were originally designed as personal organizers, but became much more versatile over the years. PDAs are also known as pocket computers or palmtop computers.

Do you own a PDA or Smartphone?

Where do you primarily send & check email?

Where do you primarily use media (Video, Audio, Web Browsing)?

Where do you primarily use productivity software (spreadsheet, presentation, word processing, database)?

This survey was originally posted to a topic here.
Posted by bigddouble ·
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