Crazy, huh? She has been at it with MobileTechReview since around or before 2000, when Palm OS, Palm Pilot, Windows CE, and Pocket PCs were still a thing. Since mobile has long moved on from PDAs to now smartphones, she has since branched out into tablets and laptops. I still remember when she first reviewed the Dell Axim X50V, arguably one of the last great class-leading Pocket PCs of the early 2000s. For what it lacked in a capacitive touch display, its other specs which were many years ahead of its time more than made up for it. Released in 2004 (not 2014; typo fixed!), the Axim X50V had a VGA display (better than the first iPhone in 2007!), 128 MB ROM, 64 MB RAM, 624 MHz XScale processor, and an Intel 2700G dedicated GPU–underwhelming now, eye-popping amazing then. And now, tech has moved light-years since that time, and it would be great to see her do an awesome comprehensive review on the Eve V.