The hidden power of the operating system

Bouncing around the halls of the South by Southwest Interactive Conference, the PsiXpda is raising a lot of eyebrows both for the small size of the machine and the connectivity options that the powerful pocket computer has. With bluetooth and wifi for local access, and the unlocked 3G for mobile data wherever you are. But […]

PsiXpda on a plane

One of the advantages of the PsiXpda is the combination of a full desktop computer into a small package that is no larger than a paperback novel. The benefits of this size can be found in many places, but none more so than when travelling. I’m currently in America, first in the San Francisco Valley, […]

PsiXpda “provides a PC you can fit in your pocket”

Daniel Robinson has been putting the PsiXpda through its paces on the V3 website, and his review of the pocket computer is comprehensive and positive: Overall, we were impressed with the PsiXpda…The £449.99 including VAT price also looks steep compared to a netbook, but some phone handsets cost as much, and it should be borne […]

Our Choice of Operating System

It’s been interesting to see the reaction to the PsiXpda around the internet, and many of you are commenting on the choice of the Operating System that we currently ship with the machine, namely Windows XP. One of the interesting debates going on around computers in both the netbook and pocket computer form factor is […]

PsiXpda launch in the news

Since we announced the PsiXpda last week, we’ve been delighted to read all the reactions online. So delighted that we wanted to share some of the reaction! Read Write Web The device is a hardware nerd’s dream, described as “very techy and hackable” by one of the minds behind the project, Ewan Spence. It’s smaller […]

What makes PsiXpda So Special?

Recently I was asked, what makes PsiXpda so special? To which I have to go back in history… I started my electronic engineering career over twenty five years ago, working at Psion. I was their first service engineer, with the responsibility to repair as opposed to ‘swap-out’ machines. With that, I was allowed access to […]

Speed and Mobility are Paramount

Google’s Chrome OS has made a lot of headlines, and many people are writing about thwat they think the strategy from Mountain View will be. We here at the PsiXpda offices are discussing just as much as you are. of course we’d be interested in running Chrome OS at a later date – but it […]

Does Google Chrome OS redefine our computing needs?

So the dust settles on the details on Chrome OS and everyone can spend the next few months debating Google’s strategy. Unlike other Bay Area companies, Google has been known to get it wrong, so just because they are doing something, it doesn’t meant that they will make a success of it. With Chrome OS […]