PDA alternative to TI Voyage 200?

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So as a freshman in Computer Engineering, my professor wants me to get a TI Voyage 200 calculator for all of my math courses, Circuits analysis etc. Those run almost $200. I was thinking of buying some sort of PDA instead and finding software that can perform the functions of a TIV200.

Question is: Can you recommend a cheap PDA and more importantly, calculator software that will run on it? Something that I can afford, given my poor college student budget.
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The TI-89 is only around $100 (cheaper on eBay, probably) and should have all the capabilities you need. Mine got me through calculus and physics sequences just fine.
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I might have to do that, but I would like a PDA for Mobile web, Outlook, and sutch. But I'll get the 89 if I can't find a PDA that can do the job.

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