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Psion models compared

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machine

Startup Tips

Today view

programming language support

Time alarm slots

number of cities in World

e-mail capable

frame support in Web

7

?

No

?

?

?

Yes

Yes

Revo

?

Yes

third-party

8

700

Yes

Yes

5mx Pro

No

No

OPL32, C++

8

?

Yes

Yes

5mx

No

No

OPL32, C++

8

750

Yes

Yes

3mx

?

No

OPL16, OVAL, C++

6

?

Yes

?

5

No

No

OPL32, C++

8

750

Yes

?

3c (b)

Yes

No

OPL16, OVAL, C++

6

500

Yes

?

3c

Yes

No

OPL16, OVAL, C++

6

500

Yes

?

Siena

Yes

No

OPL16, C++

4

500

No

n/a

3a

No

No

OPL16, C++

6

?

Yes

?

3a (512)

No

No

OPL16, C++

6

?

Yes

?

Notes:

  • OPL16 applications will not run on the Series 5 or 5mx.
  • OVAL is a Visual Basic-like programming tool for Windows.
  • E-mail capabilities require software. E-mail and web built into 5mx, 7, Revo. Message Suite 1.5x may be downloaded free for Series 5. PsiMail sold separately for 3a, 3c, 3mx. Modem and cable required. Null modem adapter may be required.
  • The 3c (b) is the Series 3c backlit model, first introduced in North America.
  • The 3a (512) is an early generation Series 3a with 512KB RAM.
 

 

last edited on 28 November 1999