Geek.com PDA Review: Psion Series 5mx Palmtop Computer
Like its predecessor, the Series 5, the Psion Series 5mx holds a fairly unique position halfway between the mobile simplicity/usefulness of the Palm/Pilot and the power of a laptop.
PC World.com - Psion Series 5mx: Petite Powerhouse
Except for its chic silver case, Psion's Series 5mx palmtop is a dead ringer for its two-year-old predecessor, the Series 5.
Psion 5mx review
Symbian and Psion did knock out most of the items on my wish list: faster processor, better case, frames in the web browser, more memory, and outlining in Word.
Psion Series 5mx Review
In conclusion, I want everyone in the world to have a Psion, so I don't get robbed walking down the street with mine.
Psion Series 5mx Review
Despite these relatively minor shortcomings, I have found the Psion Series 5mx to be the closest thing to an ideal mobile digital companion as is currently available.
vnunet.com - Psion Series 5mx
If typing on a handheld device is important to you, then the Series 5mx is a sensible choice. Its applications are intuitive and it benefits from a large developer community.
ZDNet: Psion Series 5mx Full Review
The 5mx faces a crowded hand-held computing market in the U.S. But for those who need compatibility with a broad range of desktop applications and comprehensive connectivity options--especially GSM users--the Psion Series 5mx has no peer.
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