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2 Mar 2005
I've never owned a PDA, or a laptop, cell phone, pager, mp3 player, et cetera and so on (yes, I'm a deprived child, pity me!). At any rate, I'm very interested in getting a C3000 and a couple accessories, and I've seen reviews refer to this little widget as almost a mini-laptop, so...

Can you replace the OS that comes preinstalled on the device? Just like formatting a hard drive and installing what you want on there? If so, would the installation have to fit into the 16MB flash memory, or how would that work?

I saw one review that said you could uninstall any software you installed, which led me to believe you can't uninstall software that comes preinstalled on the device... is that right?

Can I install any piece of software I want onto this thing? Treat it like a computer, get a USB CD drive and install whatever I want that doesn't exceed the system specs?

I'm guessing you plug it into its docking bay to recharge the battery, but is there an AC adapter type hookup so you can just run the thing off an electrical outlet?

If I don't have wifi in my house, am I screwed, or is there any accessory which lets you hook up to any regular hub and get out through my home network?

For those of you who have one and would know, how comfortable is the keyboard for extended periods of time? Would you still recommend a USB keyboard?

And finally, PriceJapan is much less expensive, but Dynamism looks a little more reputable, and easy to deal with... opinions?

Thanks, guys!
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