Loading
Everything HP200LX: Knowledge, Products, Service

 Archives
9 years, 100's of pages of HP Palmtop Paper, jammed with tips, reviews and how-to's

Links
Most useful, up-to-date Web sites devoted to the HP 200LX

Downloads
Direct link into 1000's of pieces of Palmtop software

Tips from Our Techs

2008 Catalog
(PDF, 2.6 MB)

Contact Us/About Us

 
Weekly Palmtop Paper Newsletter
(Palmtop tips, latest happenings, and HP Palmtop Paper Store information)


 

 

Privacy Policy

Won't switch to Windows CE Palmtop
Won't switch to Windows CE Palmtop

I am a UK subscriber to your very useful publication, and I was more than interested to see details of the new CE-based machine. Sadly, I shall not be buying one. This is only partly because I don't like Windows.

The real reason is that it won't go in my pocket. I can live with an extra 28mm or so on length and could tolerate a millimeter or two in additional thickness, but 17mm wider is too much for me. I have two 200LXs, and would presumably have changed to two CE machines, assuming these had some sort of DOS capability, which they don't. Slipping two larger handhelds into my pocket is too much. So it looks like I'll keep my 200LXs until further notice. Jeff Cragg Plymouth, UK

Darn! Just about the time I get a new computer wrestled to the ground, they go and make it obsolete! It took me ten months to get my two 200LXs figured out and made useful, and now comes this new CE thing with no upgrade path for all of my DOS programs and databases.

Don't laugh! DOS might be old and creaky, but it sure isn't the memory hog that Windows is. I shudder to think of translating all of my databases, etc., into the latest Windows-based applications. I don't have a data-processing department to do that stuff; I am the DP department! For Gosh sake, Hewlett Packard, at least give us a DOS window!

I've always been afraid that if Hewlett Packard actually found out how useful the Palmtops really are, they would either double its price, or discontinue it. I guess it's the latter, isn't it?

David T. Dixon Indianapolis, IN

iPhone Life magazine


Notice about Palmtop.net
The Palmtop Network with its S.U.P.E.R. (Simply Unbeatable Palmtop Essentials Repository) software is now available under the domain name of hp200lx.net.  

 
We Buy
We buy used palmtops, working or broken: HP 200LX, HP 100LX and 1000CX.
 

Copyright 2010 Thaddeus Computing Inc