PDAs have been around for a long time and though I have used a lot of different ones I have avoided getting too attached to any of them. My life consists, at any given time, of dozens of little notes; whether they are scraps of paper, scrawled on the back of a catalog, or one of the many Untitled*.txt files that cover my desktop this is how my ideas are organized. I have always taken the "its my mess and I like it like this" approach even though I knew this situation could be improved upon.
Lately the mess of notes has been bothering me more than usual so I devided to break down and pick up a PDA. I chose to go with the Tungsten T5, the flagship offering from the company whose name is synonomous with this product. I figured I would use the product religiously for one month to see if I liked it better than my old, analog solution.
Though I was told the T5 did not offer many advantages over the older T3 I figured if I was going to do it, I might as well do it right and get the newest one out there. With features like integrated BlueTooth and "Drive Mode" I was more than a bit excited that the prospect of living a more organized life.