Hong Kong Tech Phooey

a tech junkie from Hong Kong

My First Week with My Sony UX27


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My Sony UX27 with the foldable keyboard and mouse.

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The free foldable keyboard that came with my Sony UX27

So far the experience have been great with my Sony UX27. A typical day would start out by turning my UX27 on from hibernate and updating all my RSS feeds (25sec to come out of hibernation, pretty fast) and downloading emails for reading in the car and during lunch breaks. Apart from that, I do a lot of reading with the iSilo, eReader and eSword. iSilo can read all Palm ebooks file (Chinese) whilst for eReader, ebooks have to be purchased through their site. eSword is a great eBible application, comes with different versions, commentaries and devotion readings and they are all free.

Programs I installed so far –

  • Mircosoft Office 2007 (Home and Student Edition, $1,204)(3 licenses);

  • Microsoft Outlook 2007 (Academic Use Version, $480)(single license);

  • eReader Pro (US$9.95);

  • iSilo(for Chinese eBooks, US$19.99);

  • GreatNews RSS Reader (free);

  • eSword (great bible reader, free).

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May 26, 2007 - Posted by | Accessories, Gadgets n Gizmos, Microsoft, My Gears, Software, SONY, UMPC | , ,

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