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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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    Conclusion

    If you are looking for integrated wireless abilities, then the V37 is not the best choice. Viewsonic did include a few frills such as voice recording and MP3 playback, but it is obvious that the V37 is not geared towards those who want a portable media center at their fingertips.

    However, for corporate users looking for a budget PDA, or a consumer looking for a highly efficient handheld, the Viewsonic V37 is an excellent choice. The V37 is easy to navigate, mind-numbingly simple to sync with your PC, and gets the job done faster than any Pocket PC in its price class.

    Pros:

    • Blazing fast processor
    • Built in voice recording
    • Excellent Pocket to Desktop PC Integration

    Cons:

    • No WiFi/Bluetooth built in
    • No built in digital camera
    • Average storage space
    • Producer obviously wanted consumer to purchase SDIO cards
    • Speaker too soft

    SLCentral Rating: 8.2/10



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