The HP Palmtop Paper
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The new HP 100LX is a fully PC-compatible palmtop computer with an improved
library of built-in applications, a CGA-compatible display, a 9-pin serial
port, and longer battery life.
More than just an upgrade, the new HP 100LX provides robust organizer capabilities,
a database program, greater ability to run DOS programs, and built-in cc:MAIL.
HP's light-weight sub-notebook PC comes with Microsoft Windows 3.11, Word
and Excel built in. It has four PCMCIA slots and a fax/modem slot and has
options for 80MB of hard disk space and 8MB of system RAM memory.
Better manage your appointment schedule with software that lets you see
more than one day's appointments at a time, view appointments/to-dos together,
PHONE is a remarkably robust database program. However, there are a number
of other more sophisticated database programs available. Take a look at
Notes95, fastNOTES!, Pocket Sales Force, Info Manager, and QA Palm.
Take a look at how this group of sales professionals uses the HP 95LX to
manage their time better -- and increase sales!
Not satisfied with the Appointment Book's To-Do list function? See how
this user created a versatile, easy-to-use to-do list using Phone Book.
Ed shows how you can use Lotus 1-2-3 keystroke macros or 95LX System Macros
(User Defined Keys) to make using 1-2-3 on the HP 95LX a little easier.
Ed summarizes the programming tools available for the 95LX, including C
languages, Assemblers, BASIC, and Pascal. He also looks at more specialized
tools relating to 95LX system compliancy, graphics, the keyboard, clipboard,
and four-pin serial port.
Do you make the grade? Have you got the right stuff? Now's your chance
to find out -- and have fun in the process.