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Friday, May 31, 2002
There is a good article in the New York Times comparing the new Nokia 9290 cellphone/PDA with the Handspring Treo 270. The Nokia is very close to what I've been waiting for, a very small computer with a keyboard, that can be used to compose and edit documents, browse the web, and contains all the normal PDA functions. The 640 x 200 screen is almost big enough to view most web pages. Unfortunately it doesn't appear to be available in the U.S. yet. I still prefer a slightly larger unit that contains an OS that supports Perl, Emacs and other basic programs.

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