Will MS Pocket PC give Window leverage to keep MacOSX a Rarity? Im in the market at the moment for a PDA/smart-phone/TabletPC I was looking at two great products today the iMate K-Jam and i-Mate JasJar, both are sold under numerous other names with or without cellphone contracts. The choice of mobile phones out there is pretty bewildering and its only slightly better when you limit yourself to a PDA-phone. Of course the one thing most smart-phones have in common is that they use the MS Pocket PC OS. Now either of the two phones above met my needs and the deciding factor for me between them is physical size and price, Im thinking K-Jam although the keyboard and screen size are nicer on the JasJar its just a little too big for a phone and too small for a Tablet. Of course this means Im going to have to mess about with 3rd party apps to have any hope of Syncing to my Macs. With Palms next release of the Treo to be MSPocPC based it looks like the market has a clear leader for early adopters and I wonder how that will translate in the longer term. If everyone whos buying a mobile is faced with smart-phones then an awful high percentage are going to opt for this OS and thatll be one more reason for them to stay with a MS Windows PC at home/work. I believe people in the near future will rely more on their mobiles than the home PC (which I think will evolve into the Home Entertainment hub as Front Row matures) so why dont Apple either enter this market or at least partner up with either Palm, Nokia or SE to ensure they are still a hassle free, out-of-the-box system for peoples mobile-centric IT lifestyles.