This reviewer, while impressed by some features of the Pocket PC, doesn’t think it's worth buying just yet: If you've been waiting for a Wi-Fi capable PDA with a slightly larger screen, this is it. The screen on the Toshiba e800 measures four inches diagonally.
It offers much better resolution than most PDAs but the catch is that when in the high resolution mode, the PDA is virtually useless. This reviewer couldn't point to a single application that supports the resolution. So even the standard Pocket PC apps like Word, Excel and PowerPoint don't work when the device is on the high resolution setting. That means users can read documents in those programs but can't interact with them.