Not completely true if you modify the CF Sleeve, in which case you only get a slightly larger top but the rest of the device is still slim. A fellow was doing the modification for people and calling them the Silver Slider. :)
> I agree with everything Mark said, but ALSO keep in mind that iPAQ + CF sleeve
> (which is the only way to add more memory to the device) makes it even bigger or
> about the same size as E125, not to mention prism.
> > When you get your Casio, don't forget PocketQuake :)
> > http://www.pocketmatrix.com/pocketquake/
> > Don't forget that your Casio will be able to play videos, MP3's, and you can
> > things like handwriting recognition (Newton style) with Transcriber, as well
> > do street maps with PocketStreets, etc.
> > The iPaq has numerous advantages including being smaller and slightly lighter
> > than the Visor Prism (!). It utilizes a color screen that is reflective and
> > can be seen easily in direct sunlight. The E125 is bigger than the Visor
> > Neither E125 or Prism can easily be seen in direct sunlight.
> > But yes, if you're going just for videogames and don't mind the speed, the
> > is the way to go. But if you were hoping for something as small as your
> > Prizm, you're in for a shock: The E125 is a brick (but built rock solid like
> > one).