Today, not only are hand-held devices much smaller and easier to use, but they can be extended very easily with a wide variety of both software and hardware add-ons. This includes
everything from blower door test data hooks and the ability to grab device
temperatures automatically, to wireless earphones and wireless keyboards.

Home Energy contributor Bill Shadish shares some of the more advanced things that can be added to a personal digital assistant (PDA) to make your time in
the field even more productive. Read more from the May/June, 2008 isssue.

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