In the palms of their hands: what celebs might want on their personal digital assistants

By EW Staff
February 09, 2001 at 05:00 AM EST

It might make sense that a supermodel endorse a supercomputer, not a tiny personal digital assistant — but don’t tell Claudia Schiffer. She’s plugging a special edition of the popular Palm Vx, available exclusively from She may be the only celeb with a designer PDA, but others will surely follow …

— JENNIFER LOPEZ Physics program to compute the limits of an outfit’s plunging neckline; Sean Combs module converts the JLOrganizer into an untraceable weapon

— CALISTA FLOCKHART Sold in pairs, this unit doubles as a baby monitor for new mommies; calorie counter enables scanning of restaurant menus for quick calculations

— DAVID COPPERFIELD Database for tracking disappearing objects (like supermodel ex-girlfriends); add-on creates illusions at the push of a button

— RUSSELL CROWE Super-compressed address book can store up to one million names, making this the ultimate little black book for that bachelor on the prowl

— GEORGE W. BUSH Complete Oxford English electronic dictionary with phonetic spellings; programs for creating the perfect election ballot