The e750 is brilliant, I love it - I don't have enough praise for it. From its stylish looks to the down right impressive functionality and totally rock solid stability, Toshiba have almost hit the sweet spot with this Pocket PC. The only flaw I could find was the lack of Bluetooth support which just about all other PDA devices include these days.
Originally I bought the e750 Pocket PC based purely on two of its features - Wi-Fi support and price. ASUS had a similar spec'ed unit up for sale which was much more expensive. While this PDA is not cheap (around $500 USD) I still consider it fairly good value for money - and after all it was much cheaper than the ASUS model. It does everything I want it to do and more with its entertainment side with Windows Media Player 9 and outstanding battery life due to the stunning array of power saving options in Windows Mobile 2003 which has been coupled tremendously well with this PDA.
If you aren't a business person you probably won't find enough reasons to justify spending $500 US on this type of device - at least not until Pocket PC's become more mainstream and carry more features such as AM and FM radio, for instance. However, if you are a business person who is on the road a lot and needs all your information in your pocket and to be very accessible with the ability to synchronize important data between the device and your desktop PC, you should not be without the Toshiba e750 Pocket PC.
High Quality Display
Not too expensive
Windows Mobile 2003
Good Battery Life and
Easy to use and under layout
Flawless Active Sync software
Rating - 9.5 out of 10 and TweakTown's Editors Choice Award!
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