SE:RC exists to ask and answer questions about "how to use or preserve computing equipment that is no longer manufactured or supported by the manufacturer" [see help].
I am interesting in finding ways to use a 1990s PDA, the Psion Series 5, in 2022. Though it is possible to exchange data using Compact Flash card, I would prefer to use the built in RS232 serial connection. Ideally, I would like an easy way to keep data on the device in sync with an online drive, such as Google Drive or Dropbox, so that it could then be stored and accessed (or converted) externally.
Though the question seems incontrovertibly on-topic, it occurs to me that all the possible answers will involve some modern technology at the other end of the RS232 connection, whether that be an Arduino, Bluetooth, Wifi, Raspberry Pi, or some form of emulated period PC environment, in order to convince the Psion that it is connected to a network or PC that it recognises.
Should the need to use modern hardware and / or software in order to make a retro device useful today place the question out of scope for the site?