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    Viewsonic V37 Pocket PC Review
    Author: Fibrousjaguar
    Date Posted: May 10th, 2004
    SLRating: SLRating: 8.2/10
    Bottom Line: SLCentral took a look at Viewsonic's most powerful Pocket PC to date, the Viewsonic V37. Can this relatively newcomer in the handheld market compete with PDA giants such as Palm and Compaq? Read on to find out.....

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    The Package

    The Viewsonic V37 arrived packaged in a nice, solid box. It bore the Viewsonic logo, along with their standard trademark which consists of three vibrant birds perched in a line. The Microsoft Windows Powered logo is also shown on the front of the box.

    The box is not overly-bloated, nor is it side-heavy and can be easily picked up with one hand. On each panel, there is information about the V37 including product specs and features which are printed in English on one side-panel, and French/German/Spanish on the opposite. Here are the features as seen on the box-

    The Pocket PC V37 —

    The perfect solution for a mobile world.

    >Develop. The first Pocket PC to include the Microsoft .NET Compact

    Framework tools, enabling developers to create applications specifically

    for the Pocket PC V37.

    >Manageability. ViewSonic’s airsync™ software enables administrators

    to wirelessly distribute applications and update images remotely.

    >Bright color display for indoor and outdoor use. Indoors

    or out, colors are bright and text is sharp on the full-color 3.5" transflective screen

    >Super-slim, lightweight design. Fits easily in your pocket, briefcase,

    purse, backpack, or hand — wherever you need it most.

    .

    >Bring files from your PC with you — MP3 music, too.

    The Pocket PC V37 has everything you need in one convenient package:

    type a memo, work on your budget or relax with your favorite MP3 music.

    >Do what you want to do. Microsoft Pocket PC applications you

    already know from your PC come preloaded on the Pocket PC V37. You’ll

    get Pocket PC versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, Windows® Media Player,

    even Solitaire.

    >It’s really fast. With an Intel XScale 400MHz processor, the Pocket PC

    V37 can keep up with you and all you do — think, live, play.



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    5. Functionality
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    7. Conclusion

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