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A *huge* thanks to Joe (tfurrows@SDF.ORG) to sending an immaculate Psion 3a to thinker around and learn with!!!

s that it will last a month off a set of batteries.  It's very apparent why these were so prevalent and popular durying their heyday.  I get the distinct impression the 'sync' capability, while there, wasn't as necessary as it was with, say, a Palm device.  It seems like other than documents, spreadsheets and externally added apps, most other data (calendar, contacts, memos, etc.) was intended to be sort of a closed loop; something you carried and updated as appointments and contacts were added and rolled off. Next up is getting PsiWin (or something equivalent) to work for adding 3rd party applications...probably in a follow up post.  Additionally, learning some of the development options also looks pretty interesting.  Some appear to be script-based and some are C derivatives.  I can only imagine the instanely useful tools enterprising Psion owners whipped up.
  



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