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Wikitravel has two main target media: online use over the World Wide Web, and offline use in hardcopy (paper) form. It's possible, however, to have electronic files that you can read on a computer or a PDA even when you aren't connected to the Internet (shocking!). This could be very useful for some travellers (although there are plenty of us who don't have the luxury of owning a portable computer or PDA). Being able to navigate through a number of articles with a hand-held device could make it a lot easier to get around.
 
Wikitravel has two main target media: online use over the World Wide Web, and offline use in hardcopy (paper) form. It's possible, however, to have electronic files that you can read on a computer or a PDA even when you aren't connected to the Internet (shocking!). This could be very useful for some travellers (although there are plenty of us who don't have the luxury of owning a portable computer or PDA). Being able to navigate through a number of articles with a hand-held device could make it a lot easier to get around.
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Wikitravel has two main target media: online use over the World Wide Web, and offline use in hardcopy (paper) form. It's possible, however, to have electronic files that you can read on a computer or a PDA even when you aren't connected to the Internet (shocking!). This could be very useful for some travellers (although there are plenty of us who don't have the luxury of owning a portable computer or PDA). Being able to navigate through a number of articles with a hand-held device could make it a lot easier to get around.

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