Yes, there's a lot of functionality here, plus everything you need to get started, but �300 is perhaps on the high side if Psion want to sell these in quantity.
Geek.com PDA Review: Psion's Revo Plus
There has been a lot of speculation about what kind of new device would come out of Psion next
IT Week Review: Psion Revo Plus
Psion's Revo Plus is best suited to IT-savvy users who require access to Internet email, WAP and portable word processing, although its Opera browser uses too much RAM.
PC World.com - Psion's Revo Palmtop
The world is full of folks who are addicted to 3Com's pen-based Palm organizers. But some of us are just keyboard people at heart--and that's what makes Psion's new Revo palmtop an intriguing alternative.
PSION Revo Review
In summary, the Revo is a nice unit. It is well made and seems sturdy enough to handle everyday use.
vnunet.com - Psion Revo Plus
More memory and new software for the well known handheld computer. A disappointing update to the original Revo.
ZDNet: Psion Revo -- PC Magazine PC Labs
For a change from Palm and Windows CE organizers, plus the advantage of a Symbian OS device designed to work with GSM phones, the Revo is an intriguing choice.
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