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<a href="http://www.nokia.com/phones/7650/index.html" target="_blank">http://www.nokia.com/phones/7650/index.html</a>

Nokia came out with a phone with a built in kitchen sink. A true PDA. With the Newton OS Apple could build something like this but much better. You can potentially replace all your iGadgets including Palm, cell phone, digital camera to an extent, MP3 player. Bundle in the advanced battery technology, 5GB HDD, firewire for fast syncing and you're looking at the ultimate executive, business PDA. Just don't try looking at spreadshhets if you value your eyesight.
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This is not a good PDA design.

It is too small making it hard to use.

This cell-phone PDA idea is lame...logically why the bloody hell does some one want a camera in their phone?!

Mixed up priorities. If someone wants to use a camera it should be connected toa computer, not a phone even of the computer is hand held
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Well if you read the description you would imediately see the usefulness of having a camera on a cellphone. You can send messages to other phones and computers with attached pictures. They have decent resolution so journalists would immediately find a use for a phone like this.

And my cell phone already has PDA like features on it (addressbook, calendar, games, etc.) that I already use. Why not improve on them?

the true concern for a device like this is monetary. I just worry about the price.
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