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    I was just wondering what PDA, weather it be a visor,clice, or palm gets the highest score on beanch marks, without any overclocking programs
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    Hey,

    The new T-series has a clock speed of 66mhz. That is the fastest that I have seen so far.
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    Careful- just the t-665. Not the T-615.
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    Hmm...it might be a greyscale PDA, since color requires more processing power, bogging down those benchmark tests. Though I'm not totally sure...I would think the Visor Edge would be the fastest.

    Though, I don't know anything about the new PDAs with the 66 MHz clock speed...I assume those would have higher benchmarks...

    Is speed a concern for you? Or are you just curious?
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    Originally posted by visorprismman
    Hey,

    The new T-series has a clock speed of 66mhz. That is the fastest that I have seen so far.
    so does my NR70V...

    a compunerd said it is probably aan mono PDA with a 66Mhz.. Sony just introduced just such a thing (forgot the model name)

    but trust me the NR series is fast enough..
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    Originally posted by ToolkiT


    so does my NR70V...

    a compunerd said it is probably aan mono PDA with a 66Mhz.. Sony just introduced just such a thing (forgot the model name)

    but trust me the NR series is fast enough..
    The fastest monochrome PDA avaliable is at 33 MHz. The new models by Sony are getting really fast, so I think my theory is invalid now.

    The new NX-70V by Sony has an ARM processor at 200 MHz. That baby will be fast enough for you
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    I had a Sony Clie N760C and I'm pretty sure it had a clock speed of 66 mHz as well.

    That new Sony that AzNCoMpUtAnErD mentioned also runs OS5.
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    Originally posted by jeeter
    I had a Sony Clie N760C and I'm pretty sure it had a clock speed of 66 mHz as well.

    That new Sony that AzNCoMpUtAnErD mentioned also runs OS5.
    The N710C and N760C both had a clock speed of 33 MHz on the newer DragonBall VZ processors. I used to have a N710C . It was pretty snappy though, SONY coded the OS very well, especially under OS 4.1, and add some overclocking, and *zoom*

    As for the new NX70V, yeah...it does have OS5, but who knows how good it is...no one has tried it out yet...but no matter what, a 200 MHz ARM processor can beat out any PalmOS processor out there right now...
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