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|PDA Series:||Sony CLIÉ||UPC:||
|Carry out business related work and stay entertained on the go with the Sony PEG-UX50. For accessing the internet, checking emails, or linking to another PC on the local network, this Sony handheld PDA is equipped with built-in 802.11b WiFi capabilities. The Blue Tooth capability in this Sony CLIE PDA, allows you to connect to similar handheld devices, connect to the internet via a cell phone, etc. Capture your memories with great snap shots from the built-in digital camera with a 3x digital zoom in this Sony handheld PDA. The automatic backup feature in this Sony CLIE PDA protects your information and saves important data to non volatile memory in case low battery is detected. The Sony PEG-UX50 has a high-resolution widescreen display for easy readability.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||30004750|
|Product Key Features|
|PDA Series||Sony CLIÉ|
|Additional Product Features|
|Battery Type||Lithium-Polymer, Proprietary Lithium|
|Operating System Required||Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows 98sec. Edition / Windows ME, Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional|
|Supported Audio Formats||Atrac3, MP3|
|Included Accessories||AC Adapter, Stylus, USB Synchronization Cable, Charger Adapter, Hand Strap|
|Operating System Provided||Palm OS 5.2|
|Expansion Slots||Memory Stick Slot|
|Software Included||Intellisync Lite 4.0, Agendus (Trial), Movie Recorder, Photostand, Sonicstage 1.5, Card Info, Photo Editor, Quicktime 5.0.2, power one Personal, Picturegear Studio, Launcher, Image Converter 1.1 for PC, Memo Pad, Balancelog (Trial), Streetfinder Express (Trial), Bejeweled (Trial), Worldmate (Trial), Acidsolitaire (Trial), Sound Utility, Movie Player, Data Export 1.0 for PC, Visto Messagexpress (Trial), Audio Player, power one Finance (Trial), Data Import, Remote Camera, Macromedia Flash Player 5, WORLD Alarm Clock, Decuma Input, Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.1, Security, Contacts Pro (Trial), Sms, Netfront, Vindigo (Trial)|
|Wireless Connectivity||Bluetooth, IEEE 802.11b, Irda, WLAN 802.11b|
|Processor Type||Sony Handheld Engine Cxd2230ga 123MHz|
|Display Colors||16-Bit (64k Colors)|
|Connectivity Interfaces||1X USB, 1X Headphones-Output-Mini-Phone Stereo 3.5mm|
|Input Method||Stylus, Touch-Screen, Jog Dial, Handwrite Recognition, Keyboard|
|Included Digital Camera||Yes|
|Display Technology||Color Tft-480 X 320|
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Small form factor
Long battery life
Easy to use
Sony Clie Review Peg UX50
The graphics of this PDA are awesome. Its easy to read even with aging eyes. I bought it to synchronize with my computer to check on my emails and Ebay activity. I am having some trouble getting it set up but it takes time and patience. So I will deal with it. I like the size and the many features that this unit has. I wish it had a flash unit for the camera. Taking pictures in dark conditions will result in poor picture quality. I am happy with this unit and with patience will provide years of enjoyment.
PEG UX 50
I love that this product is made by Sony. I have been a Sony fan since my first nice TV when I was 10. This unit has all the prime Sony characteristics: it looks cool, it functions well, it is sturdy and is user-friendly. Bluetooth makes it very easy to use for Hot Sync but the entire process in pairing with an EXTERNAL Bluetooth adapter has been aggravating. To be fair, there was a downside or two. When purchased, the battery was not in its prime. True you can buy a battery on eBay for less than $15.00 but it must be FACTORY-INSTALLED! This set me back another $130.00. Also the irDA is not as strong or far-reaching as the Palm Tungsten C so I must be closer to the irDA port of my printer. It also seems a bit slower than the C but not so bad. Overall I like the unit but I may go back to the Tungsten C.
I own a number of PDAs Toshiba e830, Loox 720, Sharp 1000, Treo 700p &c. The UX50 is nearly their equal and includes both bluetooth and WiFi, both of which allow synch and which can be set to auto-start when browsing. It does require the addition of 3d party software to allow full-screen and portrait use (CoreDiver and Portrait). A Major problem is battery life. I installed a new battery and can read books for about 6 hours but browsing is another matter; about 2 hours max. Netfront, the OEM browser, is very poor but other browsers work quite well, including Xiino, WebPro and Universe3. As with other palm devices a 3d party launcher and file manager are essential. Launcher X and Resco Explorer work well. Also HiLauncher to somewhat emulate multi-tasking--a serious shortfall of all Palm devices. Processor speed is perfectly adequate but apparently because it has a proprietary (Sony) processor, Java will not install and I have been unable to try the latest iteration of Opera mini. Music sounds fine. I use a 3d party player, Pocket tunes, and transfer mp3s to a 1GB memory stick. Streaming audio is perfect even at high bitrates, indicating a fast processor. The OEM email program works fine. All in all I am very pleased with the UX 50
Perfect mobile companion
The Sony CLIÉ UX50 is a great little PDA. Even in 2008 I find it more useful than a mobile phone-PDA. The UX50 has WiFi-B and Bluetooth, so it can link to a WiFi network, or sync with your computer, car, phone, or any BT device, including headsets. You can use a variety of software and games, plus organizer functions. The keyboard and graffiti features make it easy to input data. Other nice features are brighter screen, headphone jack to plug in portable speakers, headphones, or connect to a stereo. Memory Stick for removable storage, infrared to beam data between older PDAs, scroll wheel to navigate and built-in speaker for real sounds. My main negative is that the screen orientation is wide and cannot be changed to vertical if you wanted to. This makes the actual screen smaller and thus the text is microscopic and very difficult to read. I am legally blind-low vision and i have to use a magnifier to see what i am doing in certain programs (mostly NetFront web browser and sometimes AvantGo browser). The camera is only 640x480 resolution and very grainy but if you need to take good photos, bring a good digital camera or try using your phone's camera to shoot with. I use mine to track and manage my diabetes (separate software) surf the web, listen to music, and play a few brain games while in waiting rooms. My wife uses hers as her alarm clock, calendar, notes, lists, games, music, and web. We think this is the best PDA Sony has ever made and I am glad my wife and I bought them to replace our CLIÉ SJ22s.
Sony Clie Peg-Ux50
Bought used, in excellent condition. I've had everything from the old palm handhelds, treo 650, motorola a, nokia n810. But I can't get away from the touch screen and easy configuration of a palm. The sony could use some more free main memory. It has 30mb of "media memory" but unfortunately many of my programs won't run. Overall if sony made a new one, palm version, I'd buy it. I like the treo..but typically I need to use the programs while taking calls so a separate phone and pda is nice. It would be nice if the wireless was updated, can run w/ my new router and enhanced security.