Toshiba Pocket PC e740 PDA


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With integrated Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11b) wireless connectivity, the Toshiba Pocket PC e740 powered by Microsoft® Windows offers the flexibility you need to easily check e-mail, view files from the company network and surf the Web without the hassle of cords or cables. Astonishing performance right in your hand, the Toshiba Pocket PC e740 includes built-in Secure Digital and CompactFlash II expansion slots, perfect for adding additional memory, Bluetooth connectivity and GPS capabilities, and an optional high capacity battery for working on multimedia applications or listening to your favorite MP3 files while on a long flight.

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Installed Memory: 64 MB

Included Network Card: Wi-Fi

Operating System: Pocket PC 2002

Interface Connection: 1 x Mini-phone Stereo Headphone, 1 x IrDA Infrared, 1 x VGA, 1 x DC Power Input, 1 x Cradle Connector

Slots: 1 x CompactFlash (CF) Card Type II


Product Title: Toshiba Pocket PC e740 PDA

Manufacturer: Toshiba

Lowest Price: $169.00 from Marketplace

Power Score: 3.6 | 22 Reviews

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Product Reviews (12)

Great purchase! Have been using it...

Strengths: Wi-Fi, reasonable price ($192)

Weakness: Seldom bogus battery power reading, Center button does not work great

Great purchase! Have been using it for over 5 months and no big problems. Installed a 256MB card and have been doing backups to it. I also use the card to store mp3's, etc... I mainly use this ppc for personal and business (calendar, contacts, notes, documents, etc...). Problems: I get a low battery reading about every other month, even seconds after ppc was fully charged. The center/direction...
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By curly9702 - Feb 8, 2004

First, the bad. The record button...

Strengths: Integrated WiFi AND two memory slots, metal case, compact compared to other PocketPC's with similar features, reasonable price

Weakness: Record button placement

First, the bad. The record button is in a somewhat bad location where it is easy hit when taking it out of the somewhat disappointing leather case. It would be nice to have some sort of cover that would flip from the front side to the side like on some Palms so you're not left carrying your case or having a rubber cover dangling on your PDA like some of the new iPaqs. Those are pretty trivial...
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By Brandon_R - Dec 15, 2003

I really enjoy my e740, and I...

Strengths: Integrated wireless, nice color screen, simple interface.

Weakness: Battery doesn't last horribly long.

I really enjoy my e740, and I haven't had any problems with it so far. It has space for expansion and the integrated wireless is very easy to use.

By sanderkallshian - Oct 29, 2003

Right to the point: I left the...

Strengths: MP3, Color, does PDA tasks well (is that good?)

Weakness: Battery, usefulness, backup

Right to the point: I left the e740 in a friends car for no more than 4 days. When I retrieved the PDA, EVERYTHING was gone, and the system reset to its default configuration. My contacts, appointments, and added software were gone. After consulting tech support, this is normal and will happen if the battery is not charged. I don't know if this is normal in other PDA's, but to me it is a...
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By wrwhiteside - Sep 21, 2003

I finally dewcided to ditch my...

Strengths: pocket pc software (do not need to learn a new OS) Color Screen - very clear

Weakness: BEWARE! DOES NOT WORK WITH NT!! Heavy. Poor ergonomics. Battery life (or, shall I say, battery death?) Active Sync does not work with Norton Anti Virus without lots of tweaking.

I finally dewcided to ditch my leather appointment book and buy a PDA. My main intention was to sync to my PC at work so I can keep track of my schedule. Unfortunately, I have Windows NT at work. NT does not accept USB connections. Even with a USB-Serial connector, this would not work. Active Sync does not work with Windows NT. The handwriting recognition is pretty cool, but make sure the arrow...
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By haftaski - Sep 1, 2003

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