I'd second the Z88. A lot of people get put off by the keyboard but it
actually works really well, and I'm a proper mechanical keyboard snob. You
get can a proper turn of speed up on it.
On 29 Oct 2017 4:04 p.m., "Lawrence Woodman via cctalk" <
cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
On 29/10/17 15:22, Mike Stein via cctalk wrote:
Radio Shack M100 (if you've got a large pocket);
still used by some
writers for the very reason you mention.
On 29/10/17 06:01, Evan Koblentz wrote:
> I am looking at buying a pocket PC / PDA, so I can write idea/notes
>>>> when I
>>>> am away from my computer
I was also thinking of something a little bit bigger, such as the M100.
The Cambridge Z88 is an excellent machine and they are still being sold new