exbal Q??????

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by diderr, Jan 5, 2008.

  1. diderr

    diderr Well-Known Member

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    is a hp iPaq rz1710 a good enough pocket pc to run exbal?


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  2. Down Under Hunter

    Down Under Hunter Well-Known Member

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    Howdy partner !

    You dont list what the inbuilt memory of that unit is. I have the NF version of exbal and I'm sure youo need 32mg to run it. I bought a used HP 1910 Pocket PC and it runs it great. Yours has the same operating system as mine , so as long as you have the memory you should be right to go , I think ???

    Cheers

    DUH
     

  3. diderr

    diderr Well-Known Member

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    is the nf version better than regular?
     
  4. diderr

    diderr Well-Known Member

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    it was 32 MB Flash ROM/32 MB SDRAM and an integrated SD slot.
     
  5. Southpaw

    Southpaw Well-Known Member

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    NF vs EXBAL version

    When I bought Exbal, the owner told me the only difference was Exbal had more reticle options, while the NF version is limited to NF reticles.

    Southpaw
     
  6. diderr

    diderr Well-Known Member

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    So is that pocket pc good enough?
     
  7. Down Under Hunter

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    I cant see why not ? Ultimately it is your decision, I would read the system requirements for the programme alongside the specs of the pda and tick them off one by one. It all looks good from where I am sitting though ?

    Cheers

    DUH
     
  8. diderr

    diderr Well-Known Member

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    thanks for the advice, I just bid on a Dell Axim X5 on e-bay.