This is a physician's-eye view of the Agenda VR3 Linux-based
PDA. The author has a favorable take on the Agenda, and he's begun
porting a popular drug database to the device, noting that the
availability of some common open source development tools has made
his work easier.
My wish list for it includes a way to connect into an
ethernet jack so you could use say DHCP and move from exam room to
exam room with it and say connected to your network.
The display is sometimes a little hard to see in subdued
lighting conditions. Maybe my cataracts have something to do with
that, my kids don't seem to have any problems with it.
The software that ships with the developer version is not the
latest version. You have to carefully read the excellent
instructions provided on the developer web site and reflash it with
the newest kernel and romdisk image to get the latest handwriting
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