iPac Useful/Useless gift

March 8, 2009 at 14:15:30
Specs: Windows XP
I got a present of an iPac which does not have a phone included. What can I use it for? I find it's use with G-Mail cumbersome and serving as an address book and diary, it appears to be just an expensive gadget. Am I missing the point? Is there something wonderful that it can do. Thanks, Carmel

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March 8, 2009 at 18:23:05
You mean a HP IPAQ? It's a PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) device, typically used for business purposes, maintaining client information in an easy to carry around form. They are used by students for keeping class notes, etc. Those of us who don't have a need at this point in our lives for keeping up with lots of bits of information about clients or classes don't have a lot of use for a "Digital Assistant". Maybe the person who gave it to you thinks you seem "disorganized" and thought it might help. It's a nice gift even if you don't have a lot of use for it. Maybe you should check out what games are available for it, or maybe load it with videos, use it for entertainment while travelling, etc.

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