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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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    Included is a set-up CD which includes the ActiveSync program required to transfer data between Desktop PC and Pocket PC, a complimentary copy of Microsoft Outlook 2002, and a few extra programs that were obviously just thrown in for the sake of occupying space. Because the V37 runs on Microsoft’s Windows 2003 Pocket PC Edition, the transfer of messages, contacts, and notes from Outlook is seamless and easy.

    We mentioned before that the Palm hardware is being widely challenged by such newcomers as Viewsonic. However, not only are these newcomers ousting Palm’s hardware, but the Palm OS is being challenged as well; by Microsoft’s own Windows Pocket PC OS. As more and more technology corporations begin production of next-gen Pocket PCs, it is becoming apparent the majority of companies are implementing the Window’s OS. The executive minds at Microsoft obviously know what they are doing, because Microsoft is once again gaining ground with appealing and efficient operating systems that are even more efficient and appealing due to their painless integration between Desktop and Pocket PC versions. We will take a look more in-depth at software functionality in the next section.



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    1. Introduction
    2. The Package
    3. Contents
    4. Software
    5. Functionality
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    7. Conclusion

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