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    Been reading a lot of good reviews on this unit

    See link

    http://tinyurl.com/2dyn9

    Anyone use one and like it?

    John



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    girl in green
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    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    my xmas present to msyelf and It's the greatest - palm pilot and
    cellphone in one unit - nice screen, good enough keyboard, phone, web,
    email, rolodex, etc. what do you want to know?

    In article <[email protected]>,
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Been reading a lot of good reviews on this unit
    >
    > See link
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/2dyn9
    >
    > Anyone use one and like it?
    >
    > John




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    CHarri4797
    Guest

    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    I have been using one for about a month now and love it, I had the Kyocera PDA
    phone when I was with Verizon and hated it, constantly was re-setting and
    getting error messages...Have not had any problem with the Treo...



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    Vamp
    Guest

    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    In article <[email protected]>, me63401
    @privacy.net says...
    > Anyone use one and like it?
    >
    > John
    >



    yes and yes.

    Vamp



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    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    >what do you want to know?

    Basically just how good the Palm side of it is. Do you
    use all the PIM features?

    John



  6. #6

    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    >yes and yes.

    Thanks for opinions and feed back guys!

    John



  7. #7
    John Maline
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    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    I've used a palm organzer for years. It works well for me. Phone
    numbers/addresses, calendars, notes (I bought Thought Manager), etc.

    The organizer functions on the Treo 600 are pretty much identical to my
    prior Palms. Probably most of the difference is due to Palm OS version
    5 versus 3.5 I was used to.

    The list display in the contacts app is different. Used to be one line
    per contact. Now it's one line per contact plus one line per phone
    number. Makes it easier to call your contacts so I'll call that an
    improvement.

    The "snooze" function on alarms differently than my older one. I used
    to have the option to snooze alarms for 5, 10, 30 minutes. Now I've
    just got one global snooze duration. That's a minor annoyance. OK
    since I changed global setting from 5 minutes to 10.

    As you can see, I'm grasping at straws in how this differs from earlier
    Palm organizers. It's mostly identical. Plus a phone, e-mail (I bought
    VersaMail) and web browser, of course.

    I'm surprised at how much I like it. It's good.

    John

    [email protected] wrote:
    >>what do you want to know?

    >
    > Basically just how good the Palm side of it is. Do you
    > use all the PIM features?
    >
    > John





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    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    >I'm surprised at how much I like it. It's good.
    >
    >John


    Thanks John.... that was helpful!

    John



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    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?



    Just to confirm: The Treo has no graffiti capability, right? Just the
    thumbboard?




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    John Maline
    Guest

    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    Oh yeah, forgot that one. No graffiti. Keyboard is OK. Keyboard is an
    improvement compared to Graffiti from my point of view.

    Seems to me I've heard of 3rd party graffiti-ish packages if you just
    must have it. But no dedicated writing area on the treo 600.

    John

    [email protected] wrote:
    >
    > Just to confirm: The Treo has no graffiti capability, right? Just the
    > thumbboard?
    >





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    girl in green
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    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    In article <[email protected]>,
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > >yes and yes.

    >
    > Thanks for opinions and feed back guys!
    >
    > John


    There's a third party app called "Graffiti anywhere" that you can use.
    I tried it but found the keyboard infinitely better.
    Handspring has an email app in beta that you can get for free; I
    couldn't get mine to work with my isp, and use Snapper.
    The phone and Palm are beautifully integrated; you type someone's
    initials, the name and numbers appear; scroll to it, hit enter, and
    your'e dialling. I have a dex of 850 so groovy.
    Not all apps work well with the five-way navigator system so there's an
    included stylus, but once you get used to the fiver, you become
    addicted.



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    brianric
    Guest

    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    Brings new meaning to reading the news while in the bathroom. Love it.
    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Been reading a lot of good reviews on this unit
    >
    > See link
    >
    > http://tinyurl.com/2dyn9
    >
    > Anyone use one and like it?
    >
    > John






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    gene L
    Guest

    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    You can add Graffiti anywhere or some other programs if you want to
    'grafitti'. I think that the keyboard works well on a smaller device like
    this one.

    Otherwise, I love my T600, migrated from the Sony Clie NX60, so lost the
    resolution on the screen but overall the internet access works better than
    looking for a WiFi Hotspot!

    Gene
    "John Maline" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Oh yeah, forgot that one. No graffiti. Keyboard is OK. Keyboard is an
    > improvement compared to Graffiti from my point of view.
    >
    > Seems to me I've heard of 3rd party graffiti-ish packages if you just
    > must have it. But no dedicated writing area on the treo 600.
    >
    > John
    >
    > [email protected] wrote:
    > >
    > > Just to confirm: The Treo has no graffiti capability, right? Just the
    > > thumbboard?
    > >

    >






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    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    I kn ow a few people that have them and they love them with the
    exception that there apparently is no current Bluetooth device for
    them. They would like to be able to use them with their Bluetooth
    handsfree devices...

    On Thu, 8 Jan 2004 11:45:31 -0600, "gene L" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >You can add Graffiti anywhere or some other programs if you want to
    >'grafitti'. I think that the keyboard works well on a smaller device like
    >this one.
    >
    >Otherwise, I love my T600, migrated from the Sony Clie NX60, so lost the
    >resolution on the screen but overall the internet access works better than
    >looking for a WiFi Hotspot!
    >
    >Gene
    >"John Maline" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> Oh yeah, forgot that one. No graffiti. Keyboard is OK. Keyboard is an
    >> improvement compared to Graffiti from my point of view.
    >>
    >> Seems to me I've heard of 3rd party graffiti-ish packages if you just
    >> must have it. But no dedicated writing area on the treo 600.
    >>
    >> John
    >>
    >> [email protected] wrote:
    >> >
    >> > Just to confirm: The Treo has no graffiti capability, right? Just the
    >> > thumbboard?
    >> >

    >>

    >





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    Debbie Chong
    Guest

    Re: Handspring Treo 600. Anyone use one?

    i have had mine for about two months. find it incredibly useful to access
    pop mail using treo's free client and pdanet to use it as a modem for
    travel. the web access features are great. it is versatile and great when i
    am on the go. since i have to be wired all of the time, it is great and the
    palm features enable a lot of other applications that can be used on it,
    including games!!!!
    "Vamp" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>, me63401
    > @privacy.net says...
    > > Anyone use one and like it?
    > >
    > > John
    > >

    >
    >
    > yes and yes.
    >
    > Vamp






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