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    HP Palm smartphone business website.

    The site stills loading info, so some links donīt work yet , but this one is on:

    Business products - handhelds, PDAs and calculators - HP Small and Medium Business

    Two images I captured from that site pls find herewith.

    Pre/Pixi :Starting from $329.99

    the other image is from the hp main site US
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    I like the idea and all, BUT the only downside(its a big one) that we don't have a word editing software that is big thing for business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkzone View Post
    I like the idea and all, BUT the only downside(its a big one) that we don't have a word editing software that is big thing for business.
    Come on, no one edits documents on their phones, it doesn't matter if it is a Palm, a BB, an iPhone or whatever, barely it is seen. Docs editing is welcomed, but it's not escential.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alvaro_qc View Post
    Come on, no one edits documents on their phones, it doesn't matter if it is a Palm, a BB, an iPhone or whatever, barely it is seen. Docs editing is welcomed, but it's not escential.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkzone View Post
    I like the idea and all, BUT the only downside(its a big one) that we don't have a word editing software that is big thing for business.
    Quote Originally Posted by alvaro_qc View Post
    Come on, no one edits documents on their phones, it doesn't matter if it is a Palm, a BB, an iPhone or whatever, barely it is seen. Docs editing is welcomed, but it's not escential.
    I think docs editing is fine for short files. For me it is a pain to edit long files on a smartphone. But it is nice to have the option to sync with your computer and just open your doc file on it. I hope it will come soon from any soure: DataViz or Quickoffice
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    HP is also selling RPN calculator emulators for the iPhone on that same website. Shouldn't they port that over to webOS using the SDK?
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    Ha ha! The Pre and Pixi are being sold on the same page as the $5.99 calculators? Is this what the Palm deal means to HP?

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