November 23, 2000 |
A few years back, an engineer friend had feelings about his Psion hand-held that could be best likened to Charlton Heston's passion for a hunting rifle: You could only pry the Psion from his cold, dead fingers. Such is the passion users have for the products of Britain's Psion. Since 1984, the firm's personal digital assistants have developed a cult following. The size of a checkbook, these items open to reveal a screen and miniature QWERTY keyboard.