In recent years, the number of business professionals, experts and ordinary consumers has been buying "digital assistants", electronic equipment designed to organize and simplify their lives.
The first PDAs that hit the market in the mid-1980s were little more than notebooks, which makes it possible to store a list of notes, phone numbers, calendars and daily electronic communications. These devices evolve gradually over the years, and Palm Pilot's popular Palm Pilot device got a fierce consequence of both consumers and users of companies.
New features, including 3D games, multimedia applications and even Wi-Fi internet access have become commonplace in modern PDAs, making them both practical and fun.
As time passes, the actions implemented by PDAs are slowly and accurately integrated into many advanced mobile phones and
This has led to a significant decline in demand for independent Palm Pilots and Pocket PCs, Which are increasingly being replaced by smartphones, a unified device that integrates mobile computing with wireless communication.
Most new smartphones serve as fully functional cell phones, but integrate many laptop features. Each device comes out with its own operating system as well as a number of software specifically designed for mobile phones. They can also have access to the internet, usually over a mobile phone connection, and can be used to check email emails already on the go.
While the cost is quite excessive for the majority of consumers, smartphones have PDAs
All in all, PDA manufacturers are doing a good job of developing new technologies and providing users with increasingly effective and Practical experience. .
Source by Jeremy Maddock