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  1. #1
    Caesar
    Guest
    Greetings,

    I am currently thinking about buying the P900. Essentially I need a
    phone which has some PDA functionalities primarily syncing with
    Outlook and an easy to use input system.

    I would love to hear from other P900 users about their experiences and
    from those in the know about what SonyEricsson is planning for P900
    successor.

    Thanks,

    ~Caesar



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  2. #2
    Nick Hatzichristos
    Guest

    Re: Evaluating P900

    "Caesar" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Greetings,
    >
    > I am currently thinking about buying the P900. Essentially I need a
    > phone which has some PDA functionalities primarily syncing with
    > Outlook and an easy to use input system.
    >
    > I would love to hear from other P900 users about their experiences and
    > from those in the know about what SonyEricsson is planning for P900
    > successor.



    It's the best piece of pocket-sized hardware I 've ever layed my hands on. A
    great phone and even greater PDA. And I 'm not talking about games and "fun
    stuff", I 'm talking about using it as a real tool and business helper.
    I 'm not sure about what SE is planning for the future, but my opinion is
    that if you decide to wait, you 'll end up waiting forever (new stuff comes
    out literally all the time).
    If you do decide to go for it (I highly recommend it), make sure you check
    it thoroughly before you pick it up and leave the store. There have been
    some known problems in certain batches of the phone (faulty cameras, dead
    pixels on the touch screen, etc). Make sure you pick up a brand new,
    perfectly working piece and you won't regret it. That's actually the only
    disadvantage about getting a P900 in my opinion, the fact that you 'll have
    to be very careful when buying it (but it may save you some frustration
    afterwards).

    nick

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  3. #3
    John C. Seifert
    Guest

    Re: Evaluating P900

    This is a shameless offer. I have P900 that I no longer use and would be
    willing to part with it for 500.00 or there abouts. Any interest?

    j...

    Caesar wrote:
    > Greetings,
    >
    > I am currently thinking about buying the P900. Essentially I need a
    > phone which has some PDA functionalities primarily syncing with
    > Outlook and an easy to use input system.
    >
    > I would love to hear from other P900 users about their experiences and
    > from those in the know about what SonyEricsson is planning for P900
    > successor.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > ~Caesar





  4. #4
    Smedeco
    Guest

    Re: Evaluating P900

    500 What ? Euro ?





    "John C. Seifert" <[email protected]> skrev i meddelandet
    news:[email protected]
    > This is a shameless offer. I have P900 that I no longer use and would be
    > willing to part with it for 500.00 or there abouts. Any interest?
    >
    > j...
    >
    > Caesar wrote:
    > > Greetings,
    > >
    > > I am currently thinking about buying the P900. Essentially I need a
    > > phone which has some PDA functionalities primarily syncing with
    > > Outlook and an easy to use input system.
    > >
    > > I would love to hear from other P900 users about their experiences and
    > > from those in the know about what SonyEricsson is planning for P900
    > > successor.
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > >
    > > ~Caesar

    >






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