Wikimedians who use PDAs
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- hoshie: My device is a Palm m130 running Palm OS 4.1.
- Maveric149: Palm 3xe with Palm OS 3.5. I have 4 years of class and meeting notes on it. Got a Palm Tungsten T3 for Christmass and I love it!
- JorgeGG: Palm Tungsten E, previously a Palm 130.
- Neolux: Sony Clie NX70V/U, Palm OS 5, use it everyday, previously a notepad and an unused diary. Unfortunately, this was stolen so I am PDA-less for a while :/ Hopefully my next thing will be one of those funky smartphone thingys, like a Palm Treo or something.
- Taku: Yes, I need a en:pushdown automata to parse my programs. No, I am just joking.
- Bdesham: Palm Zire 71; was an m130, and an m100 before that. Handheld + keyboard = best thing ever.
- Heidimo: Palm Vx wikiwidget club
- Cimon Avaro on a pogo stick: Handspring Visor Deluxe running Palm OS v.3.1H2, Not using it much yet. Would be nice to get Finnish wikipedia onto it...
- en:User:Sweets - Newton and Palm, give me an iPod Video with NewtonOS please
- Topbanana: Nokia 9210i - can't even wake up in the morning without it's help.
- MSTCrow Palm Vx, Palm OS 4.1, CPU overclocked to 28MHz, among other things.
- Burgundavia - Tungsten E
- BCorr|Брайен Handspring Visor Prism running Palm OS v.3.5H2, with a VisorPhone so that I can actually edit Wikipedia with it.
- Bquanta: A Palm Zire 72. Much goodness. I think if I lost it I would slowly stop working.
- Austin Hair, who used to design PDAs for a living but now carries a pen.
- Koba-chan, SONY PEG-S300/D, Palm OS v 3.5.1
- Millosh: Compaq iPAQ 3650. Running Familiar/Opie GNU/Linux (soon it would be Familiar/GPE).
- Linuxbeak: Sharp Zaurus SL-5500. Runs Linux.
- Zidane2k1: Used a Sony Clie PEG-S320 until I managed to crack the touch panel (LCD still good though). Now back to a Palm IIIe.
- Palm Pfv2
- Zirland Handspring
- WauloK Motorola A1000 (Symbian UIQ), Hewlett Packard h4150 PocketPC
- Linuxerist Clie
- 220.127.116.11 :Palm T3 w linux
- Jonathan Penny Cingular 8525 WM5