The history of Psion

The Register has a fascinating article on Psion – well worth a read.
Tragic that a British company didn’t make it to stardom under its own name, even if its legacy continues in manufacturing and through the products it spawned. Is this a symptom of some British condition, bad luck, or a simple lack of proximity to the US?
My father still uses his 3a to this day. Its reminder alarm always tends to go off during dinner – hearing it when I’m back home always makes me feel that I’m back where I belong, safe and comfortable at my parents’ house.

One Response to “The history of Psion”

  1. Andrew Stöckert Says:

    I have owned a Palm m505, and used my friends Dell Axim, but I still love my current PDA, a Psion Series 5 MX

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