"Phil Lawrence" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> This is all I can find of interest on the P810
> http://www.palmserver.cz/clanek.php3?show=1350
> Please nobody ***** and whine about the text being in Czech.
> "Nogami" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> > On Fri, 11 Jul 2003 00:00:44 +0100, "Chris" <[email protected]>
> > wrote:
> >
> > >Go for the P800, but if you can wait another couple of months (maybe more
> > >knowing sonyericsson) go for the P810, as its going to be 1/3rd the width
> > >have a 1.3 megapixel camera and the software should be fully compatible

> with
> > >the P800 software. It also has a nice aluminium case and should weigh

> less
> > >too!

> >
> > I havn't even seen a real 810, just mockups and displays - nothing
> > showing a real active screen.
> >
> > I'd be extremely surprised if the 810 was released before next year.
> >
> > N.

Thanks to everyone for their reply.

Yep - I'm going for the P800; I'm not convinced that it's everything I
want it to be, but as I see it, there's a few key points over other
PDA solutions

- One box
- Decent battery life
- Opera browser

As people say, there are big niggles. I'm *hoping* that the apps
available will eventually be of the range and quality and, most
importantly, *productivity* that I'm used to on my 5mx -
theoretically, given they're both Symbian, and we're starting to see
some reliable old names appearing in the 7650/3650/P800 scene, this
should happen.

However, for now I can see why some people used to Microsoft packages
are deciding they can't get on with theirs, and selling them after a
couple of months.

Anyway, for the many things I want to be able to get out of a PDA and
a phone, while it may not be perfect, it's definitely enough.


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