The lastest Clies don't come with Documents to Go anymore This package allowed you to view and edit MS Office docs. Instead they come with Picsel Viewer, which can only view those documents. You can buy Documents to Go separately, or one of the other Office App suites for Palm on the market (see our review of those apps here: http://www.pdabuyersguide.com/software/office.htm ).
The Clie uses Memory Sticks rather than the SD cards used by Palm brand PDAs.
-------------------- Lisa Gade Editor in Chief, MobileTechReview
I bought and used a TG50 for a couple days and promptly took it back to the store. All the TG50's have a waviness to the bottom of the screen, although the picture is bright and clear. The internal memory is 16MB, with 5MB taken up by the OS, leaving you with only 11MB. Install just a couple basic programs and your PDA memory is dry. In addition, it doesn't have Documents To Go, so viewing and editing word processing or PDF files won't happen out of the box. The graffiti area, when used, takes up half of the screen with little work area. The battery seemed to me to run down faster than a few reviews I've seen, not appearing to last as long as predicted. In summary, you will instantly need more memory, via an optional memory stick and a word processing program. Buying this PDA for close to $400, then required to buy a memory stick and word processing program will easily put you over $500 bucks. Save your money on this one folks! You can get more for your money elsewhere, which is what I'm doing.