View Full Version : Palmtop User magazine debuts for all PDA users


Rafe
15-08-2002, 03:29 PM
Palmtop magazine have relaunched with a new magazine that is cross PDA device in scope (replacing the previous Palm and Symbian centric offerings). Palmtop is one of the few PDA dedicated publicatios available in the offline world.

The change mentioned above is being discussed here (http://www.allabouter6.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1716).

Full Press Release:
Palmtop User is the brand new magazine from Palmtop Publications, who have been creating specialist magazines about handheld computing for over eight years. Palmtop User is designed for anyone who uses a Nokia 9200 series communicator or other handheld computer.

Palmtop User magazine brings handheld users the best news, in-depth reviews and features, tips and solutions. It has been created by the same editorial team as Palmtop Publications' previous titles, with almost 100 years of handheld computer usage between them. Palmtop Publications magazines are distributed to more than 130 countries around the globe.

Issue 1 is out now, at 128 pages, and includes more than 40 pages of incisive, critical reviews of the latest hardware and software, including the Sony NR70, Handspring Treo 270, Nokia 9210i, Nokia 7650, PocketGear 2060, Fossil Wrist PDA, and more. Features include 'An introduction to Bluetooth', 'Probing Pocket PC 2002', a roundup of add-on PDA keyboards and 'Working with iSilo', plus all the regular news and software roundups from the popular Palmtop and PalmUser magazines.

For more details of Palmtop User magazine, or to order a subscription, see http://www.palmtop.co.uk

Editor: Steve Clack, editor@palmtop.co.uk
Subeditor: Steve Litchfield, slitchfield@ukonline.co.uk