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For Sale / Wanted / Wanted: Older Zaurus
« on: December 02, 2004, 10:04:01 pm »
Older Model Zaurus (c700, c760, Used 860, etc)
I live in USA
I can pay through paypal, or other.

I will be using the product mostly for Japanese study,
Therefore, I need a model that has the Japanese character recondition.

General Discussion / Student Of Japanese
« on: November 26, 2004, 09:31:33 pm »
Thanks for the information.

I am still unsure of what to do.  It seems using the device only for studying Japanese, might not be worth the investment.  I will wait until I can see one of these before I take the plunge.

Now about these older model Zaurus’, would anyone know about to purchase one of these?

General Discussion / Student Of Japanese
« on: November 24, 2004, 04:04:51 pm »
First, thank you for the information, this ML might be all I need, but I would like to make sure.

I have been studying Japanese for a few years, and will continue to study after my year in Japan.  It is highly probable that I will be spending much of the next ten years between the US and Japan.

 If the higher end units are better as dictionaries, then I want one.  However, if the ML works just as well, then the ML is all I need.  

What I really want is, the *best* Japanese dictionary, that fits into the smallest space.  I do not want to throw money away. If the differences between the ML and C3000 are negligible then a ML unit would be the better choice.

General Discussion / Student Of Japanese
« on: November 24, 2004, 02:05:18 am »
I will be living in Tokyo for one year, starting in April.  I currently have a cannon wordtank, but kanji look up is still rather cumbersome.  I am interested in the ability to hand draw kanji, and Zaurus are well known for this.  I am a Computer Science major and like to play with Linux, but cannot convince myself to buy one for just that reason.

My question is about the Japanese software that comes standard, and any other programs that are helpful for Japanese study.  Any map programs would also be great.

I was hoping to find another student of Japanese who could let me know of there experiences.

Also, I would like to know what model would suit me best.  Is it worth it to go up to c3000?  Or will the c860 or later models suffice?

Thanks for any help


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