Pocket PC – Useful Programs

luncheonmeat is the proud owner of a HP iPAQ rw6828 PDA-phone running on Windows Mobile 5.0. Its potential functions are many, but only a few functions are essential to luncheonmeat.

It is used as a mobile phone to call and to SMS. It is used to store reference texts. It is used as a pocket bible. It is used as a scientific calculator. It is used for its calender purposes and to-do list.

To a medic, there are many valuable programs access to mobile medical information. A good source is Skyscape, which offers the popular Archimedes medical calculator for free. Most of the programs, however, require payment.

luncheonmeat uses 1-Calc Lite as a scientific calculator for its price ($0.00) and effectiveness. Pocket e-Sword can used to load multiple bible versions, including the Literal Translation of the Holy Bible and New King James.

Multiple functions, multiple handbooks in one tiny package. The PDA (personal digital assistant) is definitely a valuable asset for any medic.


One response to this post.

  1. Posted by plhu on December 10, 2006 at 9:27 am

    oh no, now you’re making me want one too.


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