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Saturday, November 30, 2002
 
EDITORIAL: It seems to me you only ever hear HPC users whinging for one reason, its not what comes in the box that ever causes problems. One of the biggest bug bears with the HPC series has always been the lack of third party applications.

Some time ago before limited fiscal success allowed me to see the light and make the jump to HPC, I was an avid Psion user. And I was never satisfied with what was on the ROM. There always seemed to be a quicker, better way of achieving tasks provided by one third party application or another.

At that time I could spend hours surfing looking for such programs. It got so that I would spend hours converting files between applications or sometimes merely cutting and pasting between them, because the new app offered a bit of functionality that the previous app hadn't.

It was frustrating and messy because I would enthuse with one, only to become irritated seconds afterward by a lack of functionality that had been available in the previous. I spent more time ultimately, becoming disappointed by a piece of software and searching for an alternative than I did actually working.

And then I came across an article. It applied Zen to the Psion series, advocating the beauty of simplicity. Rather than install hundreds of third party applications, it asked, why not make the most of what's there? It recommended denuding the Psion of its fancy apps and getting back to basics.

Initially it seemed foolish and I carried on my way. Then I thought about it. What do you really need that isn't there already?

It was like the scales falling from my eyes. I tore away all the crud and suddenly it felt like I had a machine straight out of the box again. You know that feeling, when you pull open the box of a machine that is brand new and get to work out just how much it can improve on the last, I was suddenly using the ROM software to its full potential without the distraction of whether there was a quicker or better way. I simply accepted the limitations of the in built packages and worked with them.

Before, I had been knee deep in applications most of which duplicated the work of at least two others and were at best slightly unreliable and unstable. I also sped up in my ease of use because the applications were tied into each other, there was a common thread in the product in that they had all been produced by the same developer and intuitively worked on the same principles. My storage space was no longer an unfrontiered land of semi uninstalled apps and their associated rubbish. I had a stable, simple device running at the optimum specification it was intended for.

Applying that to the HPC. What really is missing from the HPC? What isn't there that at a push you couldn't work with?

· Powertoys and Plus are great
· Games I suppose, Solitaire doesn't even come close to Leo's Flight Simulator.
· A decent Note taking package.... I couldn't get by without Phatware Notes.
· Mapping software (decent that is, the person who built MS Street should be used as a weapon to frustrate Iraq with his software offerings. Please Tom-Tom port across Streetfinder to the HPC!)
· E-Book package (thank you Mobi Pocket)

So here’s my theory. Maybe in a way its the pocket PC users who are hard done by, consigned to walk through a jungle of choice and getting so lost they never actually settle down to enjoy what they've got. And that’s alright by me. I've been looking forward to those silly little contraptions shafting their users for a while now.
- Richard Dove


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Friday, November 29, 2002
 
EDITORIAL: So here we are at the end of the week and there is quite a lot to talk about today so here goes. Firstly I wanted to say that there are excellent resources for those that are new to the Handheld community. I receive on average seven or emails per week from newbies asking what are the best resources. I always say to check out the links list on the left hand side of the page. It has excellent resources for all those who want to be the know. Mettavants and Henri's site are updated on a regular basis with new software specifically for handheld owners. Simply HPC, again in the list is updated on a regular basis with reviews of software, and Raul Lucky's site which has been running for some time, again has excellent resources. Our site which is updated on a very regular basis, and when myself and the other writers are not engaged within their day job, will get round to updating the site almost daily, and in fact we have been known to update the site more than once per day. As we exceed the two year barrier of running this site and I know that many of you have been with us since the inital one page, updated on a twice weekly basis back in 2000, we have hoped to have brought to you some element of awareness of news and developments involving the HPC community, and as ever it's certainly a pleasure. By the way and before I forget I hoped that you all had a happy thanksgiving, although I am based in the UK, I was certainly busy in my job, in fact yesterday I was in London and used my 720 to type up a three page word document sitting in Starbucks on Oxford Street. Amazing that my 720 can be carried everywhere, mind you I have noticed an increase in the number of people tending to use a Palm in the UK with the recent launch of the Tungsten, however, I still believe for those that those with the core business needs in mind the HPC is the perfect solution and in most cases, well I should say in my case the 720 is the best viable solution, but do not get me wrong there are a small but excellent variety of handhelds on the market, it's just a shame nothing on the same lines as say three or four years ago, but still as I have said in the past my prediction is for HPC's to reinvent themselves, and I think that people will realise that they are the best option for wireless communication and again, for those that need to use something small compact, lighweight and with a keyboard for business needs. But who am I to predict? Well thats my opinion and from reading your emails I have gathered its also the opinion of many of you.

Anyway Ian has sent me detailks of the survey that he put into place last week asking what was the best software application that you guys favoured on your HPC. Now he would have emailed and uploaded something on the site personally but he has actually a real bad case of the good 'ole Winter Flu, however the survey suggests that it's Virtual CE the winner from Bitbank Software, so thanks for the 68 emails Ian received over the last nine days. Ian will get online this weekend I believe, possibly Sunday looking at next weeks survey.
- Sammual (webmaster)



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Monday, November 25, 2002
 
WHATS IN STORE: Well most of us the Monday feeling is out of the way with, hooray. I have a stack of your user stories to post this week, so I'm going to get around to that. Ian is going to report on his survey findings from you guys and as ever your lot are never shy. Stay tuned for Ian, tmrw or Wednesday (he's never on time with his editorials). Anyway Andrew Wolstenholme is busy looking at third party internet applications which he intends to post on later in the week. So stay tuned for a busy week in the Handheld world.
- Sammual (webmaster)


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Sunday, November 24, 2002
 
ROUND UP:
Expansys offer on the Jornada 728, Microsoft Portrait has been updated.


NEWS: Expansys the online PDA store has a special offer on Jornada 728's. Expansys are offering the 728 for £616.88. Click here for more details.
- Sammual (webmaster)

NEWS: An update to Microsoft Portrait has been released taking it to version 2.0. Microsoft Portrait is a research prototype for mobile video communication. It supports .NET Messenger Service, Session Initiation Protocol and Internet Locator Service on Handheld PCs. It runs on local area networks, dialup networks and even wireless networks with bandwidths as low as 9.6 kilobits/second. Microsoft Portrait delivers portrait-like video if users are in low bandwidths and displays full-color video if users are in broadband. In low bandwidths, portrait video possesses clearer shape, smoother motion, shorter latency and much cheaper computational cost than do conventional video technologies. Microsoft Portrait provides presence notification, chat/voice/video functions almost anytime, anywhere, on any device. Click here for more information.
- Sammual (webmaster)


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Saturday, November 23, 2002
 
ROUND UP:
Pocket PC Software running on a HPC, Wallpaper for your HPC, debate on what form HPC's will take next.


THOUGHT: Many people email in and ask whether HPC's can be upgraded to run Pocket PC software, well at the moment the answer is no because there are a variety of various issues involved. However there is a developer outthere that is trying top put something together and has indeed be trying for some time to be able to get Pocket PC software to run on a Handheld PC. Steve Dobson developer of this application will keep us posted on developments and we await with excitment.
- Andrew Wolstenholme

NEWS: Chris's 700 series website offers users almost 30 excellent wallpapers to use on their handheld. All are of excellent high quality. Click here for more information.
- Sammual (webmaster)

USER THOUGHT:
Earlier this month Paul Trafford left this on our forum and it's certainly something to think about - Sammual (webmaster)

After quite a bit of pondering, I've recently purchased a new Jornada 720, and am very pleased with it. It is the second handheld from HP that I've bought - I also have a 320LX, but it it developed a fault, which got steadily worse and now is unusable :-(

There are many things I'm interested in, but in trying to promote its longevity, I just want to mention an idea in the field of education. I work at a UK university computing services, but some of my first thoughts concern K-12 education, particularly children aged about 8 to 12.
A quick search came up with: http://www.remc11.k12.mi.us/bcisd/classres/mobile.htm but they generally point to palmptop PDA-based solutions, e.g. http://www.k12handhelds.com/

Compared with laptops, I reason that handhelds offer the following advantages:

* they are much more portable
* they are instant access (no booting)
* the operating system provides an interface that is quite easy to use (and offers a nice migration path onto its big brother OSes on desktops).
* they are functional enough to allow them to allow them to learn the basic principles of word processing, helping them to write essays and draw pictures (with proper pen input!) .. etc .. [Can you write much more than a page on a palmtop?]
* yet, they do not provide excessive functionality that can prove a distraction
* the keyboards, which are a bit too small for most adults, are probably the right size for the youngsters
* there is fairly good multimedia support for audio and video through products such as the Windows Media Player and the DivX player.
* they offer good networking possibilities
* their relatively simple design should make them easier to maintain and perhaps more secure.
* they should be somewhat cheaper

Microsoft has an is currently heavily promoting the Tablet PC
http://www.microsoft.com/uk/windowsxp/tabletpc/
and I guess we'll see it in education programmes such as:
http://www.aal.learninglab.org.uk/

If the Tablet PCs are designed to replace the laptops, then analogously, you could take the WinCE-based Handheld PCs and twist the display through 180' to get something equivalent - same idea, but much more portable and far cheaper! I wonder what others think about this?
- Paul Trafford



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Thursday, November 21, 2002
 
ROUND UP:
New Handheld websites, Linux PDA machine and the 700 series is to be re-branded next year, Simply HPC is updated.


I have recieved news that the forthcoming months will see 2 new Handheld sites spring into action. I look forward to reporting when these sites plan to be up and running and as ever I will link to both sites.
- Sammual (webmaster)

I do not know if you have already heard about this machine (which is not CE related), but just have a look (OS is Linux):
http://www.invair.de/english.html
- Henri Spagnolo

A reliable anomonys source (if there is such a thing, however in this case there is ;-) ) today emailed me to confirm that the 720 and the 728 will not be discontinued, however they will be rebranded earlier next year to the IPAQ format as seen in the Pocket PC community. No more details at the moment, however I will post as soon as I receive more news.
- Ian Park

Some great reviews on the Simply HPC website including Bitbank's Virtual CE (which by the way is a great product) and Puzzle Express' Mini Crosswords. Click here for the website.



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Tuesday, November 19, 2002
 
PLEASE MAKE NOTE: Please make note of my new email address: sammymcloughlin@aol.com
You can also get in contact with me through AOL Messenger, my AOL identification is: sammymcloughlin
Feel free to get in contact, whether by email or through AOL Messenger
- Sammual (webmaster)

ROUND UP:
Updates to Henri's site, WMP-BS gives button control


Look out for FAQ updates on Henri's 700 series website. Click here to visit his site.

WMP-BS is a tool in order to use three Windows Media Player control buttons which is Jornada 720 more effectively.
It allots by the fact that the long pushing and the multiple pushing are supported and increases performance.
In addition, after the button operating when approximately 3 seconds it elapses, the screen is turned off and the battery lasts long. Download on: http://www.wince.ne.jp/soft2002/dlRedir.asp?ID=2165


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Monday, November 18, 2002
 
NEWS: My CAB File article is now online for anyone who doesn't have access to Pocket PC magazine or anyone who is just plain interested in an intro to using Cab Files on there HPC.

http://www.pocketpcmag.com/Nov02/cab.asp
- John Ottini


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Sunday, November 17, 2002
 
ROUND UP:
Ian's software survey and UK User Group details are beginning to emerge


IAN'S BACK WITH A SURVEY: I'm back this week after a few weeks away.m What have I been up to I hear you ask well thats a good question, lets just say I became a father, and you know what it's like, fuill time dedication. Whilst I'm on the baby subject I have been weighing Joey over the lasy six weeks and have kept a permanent record on my J720, what better way to make use of it than to keep track of baby's weight. Also it's great for keeping up to date with food habits. Anyway lets get back to the point and this week, I am back with a new survey that I want you guys to have a think about. It's the ultimate software question and it's only one question. What is your favourite piece of software for your HPC, and I think I'll add this in with it, you must provide a reason. Simple eh? Well iot certainly has me thinking. Anyway feel free to email with your answers and as usual I will post on Monday next week. Email me here.
- Ian Park

NEWS: John Crowther from Rugby is setting up a HPC user group for those within the UK. John is going to send me the details once everything has been confirmed but I'm suspecting from his recent emails that he plans to launch it in London. I think it will be an evening affair at a pub or possibly a Starbucks Coffee Shop. More details to follow, so this is good news for UK users.
- Sammual (webmaster)


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Saturday, November 16, 2002
 
ROUND UP: Catching up on all things handheld after a busy week last week, in the meantime, I'm trying to get around to all your emails so bear with me. ACLOCK, thats right is simply a large clock for your handheld, nothing more than that. It's simple and does the trick. It's also free. Check out Mettavants or Henri Spagnolo’s 700 series software websites for download and details.48 new wallpaper schemes added to Henri's 700 series website. Check them out. Missed this one nlast week but Raul Lucky has put together a piece on disaster recovery. Check out his site for more information.


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Wednesday, November 13, 2002
 
EDITORIAL: Busy busy week this week. I have been everywhere this week, including New York, which nas always was a treat and I'm back there in December for Christmas shopping list. Anyway as ever I take my 720 with me, and I have had several deadlines this week. I'm not one to take my laptop with me and it's a perfect solution for me. Anyway Ian is back wth his surveys next week, and we will be back to full spoeed, as I'm just getting over jetlag. That reminds me Lee Hamock has sent me some excellent beta games that he is putting together for HPC's and I must thank him for them. They work great. He is also working on a great new Sim City clone and a flight simulator, that will work on all HPC models. I look forward to seeing them Lee.
- Sammal (webmaster)


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Monday, November 11, 2002
 
USER THOUGHT: I too have heard that the 720 and 728 will be discontinued in the early new year I wonder if there is any truth to the matter and if there is, will they be replaced? My 720 os such a valuable handheld and I would be lost if I mislaid my 720. The 720 is a marvel handheld.


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Friday, November 08, 2002
 
ROUND UP:
Emails on the go, Yahoo messenger working again?


USER THOUGHT: For a while my wife and I used our Pocket PC more than the 720 as there were more games available for it:) Recently we added a new Sprint PCS Novatel Wireless Card which has a dial up speed, so to speak of 100kps. Now we can check emails and go on line without watching water boil. Novatel supplied us with the correct drivers for the 720 which saves us from bringing the laptop with us on trips.
- Marc Lampell

THOUGHT: I have received a number of emails that have stated that Yahoo messenger is working fine on J700 series handhelds. Thanks for those that have emailed in to inform us. Although I have not tried it personally I have will check it out this weekend.
- Andrew Wolstenholme


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Wednesday, November 06, 2002
 
ROUND UP:
Best prices to purchase a HPC for Christmas, Virtual CE.


THOUGHT: As we get nearer to Christmas we will be taking a look who has some of the best deals for Christmas, who has the best Jornada 720's or 728's on offer. If you know of a 'hot spot' where to get a HPC at a good prie then please email me and I will post on the site.

SOFTWARE: Imagine being able to control your HPC from your PC. Well thats what you can do using Bitbank Software's Virtual_CE. Virtual CE provides a realtime image on your PC. There are two versions, standard and pro and I have taken the following features list from the Bitbank Software website:

Standard Version Features:

1-18 frames per second capture speed (depending on device and communication conduit).Support for direct IRDA, Serial, USB, ethernet or ActiveSync communications
Minimal impact on target device CPU while capturing.
Auto-discovery of the target device on a LAN.
Works across the internet.
Capture screen shots to a BMP file or the clipboard.
Supports 2 + 4-bit monochrome and 8 + 16-bit color displays.
Scale image 1-3X.

Pro Version adds the following features:

Multiple instances of VCE can run on the same PC allowing multiple devices to be controlled simultaneously.
Custom 'skinnable' window - sample skins for iPAQ, Casio EM500 & Jornada 5xx included.
One-click capture of screen shots to BMP files with auto-naming.
Capture session to a standard AVI file for distribution.
Capture session keys/clicks for later playback.
Toggle toolbar display.
Toggle 'always-on-top' window feature.
Paste text from the PC clipboard to the CE device.

Now the Standard version costs $9.99 and the Pro version is $29.99. Larry has been kind enough to send me the latest beta version which I'm trying out, I'll give you my opinion, which as ever with Larry's software I am sure will be little less than excellent as ever.
- Sammual (webmaster)



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Monday, November 04, 2002
 
USER THOUGHT: Many times my Jornada 720 has saved me from unfortunate circumstances including when my back up computer and email system in my office has failed. Also when I am out on the road, it comes in very handy when I have to file a report or send a photograph to a journalist. I am a photographer and use my Jornada 720 on a daily basis. I can honestly say that I would not be able to carry out my job without it, and find it much easier to use than a conventional notebook, or alternative laptop. I may consider upgrading to a 728 but at this present time I am happy to stick with my 720.
- Steve Lipman


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Saturday, November 02, 2002
 
ROUND UP:
Internet Service Provider Problems, now there may be a fix, Handheld Camera's


Henri has let me know that he now has a fix available from his website that enables people having problem's with some ISP providers when receiving the message: "cannot connect to server" error message. Visit his 700 series software website and check out the "Whats New" section for further details. Also a lot of accessories have been added.

I saw an article in a PDA magazine (PDA Essentials?) earlier this week about a CF camera that can be used with a Pocket PC, so I checked the URL out:- [go to http://www.pretec.com/ then click on PDA accessories then click on compact cameras (new)] I noticed that it looked very similar to the HP Pocket camera (F1869A?), but the Pretec spec indicated that it can take photos up to 1.3 megapixels and has a 2x zoom, whereas the HP (reviewed by Foxpop a few months ago) is 640 x 480 (= 0.3 megapixels) with no zoom. I see that Chris Herrera's website (on the "peripherals" page) has some info about different CF cameras, including the Pretec and the HP. The question is, is it reasonable to presume that the Pretec is a better stills camera than the HP? And since the Pretec has a built-in video function (albeit only 90 seconds), is it better value overall than the HP?
- Rob White


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Friday, November 01, 2002
 
ROUND UP:
Ilium's DockWare Pro, Raul Lucks website has been updated, Jane Hill's User Thoughts


Just a thanx for pointing out Chris's wallpapers. I have recently bought Ilium's DockWare Pro, a piece of software that offers a slideshow (with clock/calendar) when your hpc is idle. You can use any image that's on you hpc. So I downloaded some of Chris's wallpapers and now I look at them while my Jornada is on my desk. Great, because our hpc's spend a lot of time standing at desks doing nothing. And that's a shame. And only one nice desktop wallpaper can be boring after a while. Check out Mettavants or Henri Spagnolo’s 700 series software websites for download and details.
- Harmen Smit

Raul Luckys 700 series website has been updated. Read about what he thinks of ActiveSync 3.6 and what are the benefits. Click here for the site.

The following user opinion from Jane Hill, from Toronto, was in length 1242 words and obviously far too long to add to this site, however I would like to thank Jane for her user opinion, in the meantime I have posted an extract from her user thoughts - Sammual

I clearly have a need for a handheld and use daily my Jornada which is a 728. I work for an advertising business and my hpc helps and assists me to plan my my financial advertising budget for the forthcoming twelve months. It also allows me to design and put together adverts and idea's. Goodness knows where I would be today without my J728. Unorganized I think.
- Jane Hill


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