http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/apples/ I had the chance to actually use a revolutionary new PDA from Apple. Id tell you the how and where, but Id have to kill you (yadda-yadda and other legal mumbo jumbo). It is to be called the iGrannySmith, and it looks like a literal Granny Smith apple but has a hinge that opens this mouth watering gem to reveal a 3000x2000 pixel screen - packed into a mere 3.5" diagonal TFT. Plus with a 128mb RAM Gas maker SuperTurboBlaster PX2J9000 Video chip you get a palate of 17 billion colors. But first the processor the new hydrogen powered Motorola 42000 Screamer T-Shark Platinum. Rumor is at least 7 trillion MHZ. Space should be no problem built in 100gb internal MMC storage. External hookups are plentiful indeed; 12 firewire, 10 USB, and three video connectors. Standard 56K modem, Bluetooth and 802.11b, worldwide wireless modem standard. Thanks to the new GreekCoffeeJava programming language Apple has been able to pack very powerful commands into a small space. Using a new mind-meld technology just think the command and the iGrannySmith responds, all this in a 2oz. Package. Though I only have had a chance to use it for about two days so far, I fell in love with this great PDA. One great feature is the in-your-face-scheduling-software. In the morning after I received it I was awoke by the PDA playing Beethovens 5th symphony in Quad Surround sound. When I failed to respond after 3 minutes I was slapped across the face with the extended virtual hand 3-D wake-up feature. 3 more minutes went by and I was pulled out of bed and a loud voice said, wake up, you are surrounded and I cant be responsible for stray bullets that may fly. I got to say that got me up and going. Another neat feature is the project on wall day-at-a-glance applet. While I was in the shower my whole days schedule was automatically displayed on the rear wall of the shower stall. By pointing to each appointment and tapping twice on a bar of soap I was able to move or delete any appointment really cool. Later in the morning I tried to start my car only to find that my battery was dead. No problem there my trusty iG called the automobile club for me and even projected engine schematics onto the hood for the tow-truck driver with suggested repairs in four languages, nice touch. Once at work I receive a call from one of our oversees distributors in South Africa. Frustrated by not being able to speak Afrikaans I cursed this problem under my breath. Here is where the translate-all-speech program kicked in. Unfortunately this is a beta version and it only understands three of the four Afrikaans dialects but the caller understood enough for me to complete the 100-million dollar deal. Later still, near the end of the day a co-worker was in my office discussing a new packaging concept which we could not agree on. I had almost forgotten the very helpful negotiate-between-two-parties-Pro software also in Beta testing with this version. But needless to say we worked out our differences and now have 10 new packaging ideas ready not enough space here to explain. There are a few other software gems included such as Personal-Shrink-Live, Baby-Sitter-3.0, Pilot-this-777-jet-please, Make-me-Einsten-now-1.0, and something called, Repair-any-broken-machine-ASAP. Well I have revealed enough. I will let you know about more features as I use them. Pricing is sketchy at this point but expect something in the $50-$75 range at first until demand grows.