- Palm TX: 320x480 touch screen, color, backlit to read in the dark, adjustable brightness, instant pageflip, bookmark, autoscroll, and the general benefits of PDA's over the e-ink devices: Wi-Fi, music, sketchbook, Word, Excell, TomTom, video and games.
The Compaq iPAQ ran PocketPC 2002 on a Model 3975. It had a 3.9" screen with 320 x 240 resolution. It also had Bluetooth support. It had a compactflash memory and i/o slot.
- Dell Axim X51v PDA: 624 MHz Processor, 256MB ROM / 64MB SDRAM, 3.7 inches 480*640 VGA TFT Color LCD, BlueTooth / WiFi 802.11b / Infrared
- HP iPAQ hx4700 / hx4705 : 4 inches VGA LCD
- Fujitsu-Siemens Pocket LOOX (series)
These days many Android user will buy an unlocked phone just to use it as a PDA. Wi-Fi provides Internet access and all of the apps available fills in the rest. They can also make good reading and music platforms.