|Post 1 made on Tuesday November 9, 2004 at 13:35|
I have been using a Pronto for about 3 years....
Its getting a little worn around the edges and am thinking of replacing it with a PDA
Possibly a Axim x50 (will be controlling serial devices in my home cinema with WiFi).
What sort of battey life could one expect using a PDA for remote use only.
do they go into standby mode as the pronto does. and then awake on the screen touch.
sorry if these are very basic question, but I know very little about PDA's
P.S. would probebly use Total Remote initially until configured with NetRemote, HouseBot etc. which ever one I choose
|Post 2 made on Tuesday November 9, 2004 at 15:19|
On 11/09/04 18:35 ET, jetblast said...
What sort of battey life could one expect using[Link: pocketpcthoughts.com][Link: pocketpcthoughts.com]
a PDA for remote use only.
do they go into standby mode as the pronto does.
and then awake on the screen touch.
|OP | Post 3 made on Wednesday November 10, 2004 at 04:24|
So from the link constant use with WiFi is only a couple of hours. Can I assume that using it as just a remote (going into standby) One should achieve a lot longer.....but still need to charge up more often than the Pronto.
|Post 4 made on Wednesday November 10, 2004 at 12:49 |
As usual, PDAs also come with the Cradle / Charger :
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