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  1. #1
    C C
    Guest
    Hello.

    Any handspring treo users here? I want your comment regarding usability,
    ease of use, bulkiness, etc. of your phone. Did you regret purchasing your
    phone? Do you love your phone, being a all-in-one PDA/Phone device?

    Thanks in advance.





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  2. #2

    Re: Handspring Treo 300 comments?



    C C wrote:

    > Hello.
    >
    > Any handspring treo users here? I want your comment regarding usability,
    > ease of use, bulkiness, etc. of your phone. Did you regret purchasing your
    > phone? Do you love your phone, being a all-in-one PDA/Phone device?
    >
    > Thanks in advance.


    Why are you asking about the 300? Do they still sell it?

    The current "hot" Treo is the 600, and I love mine (with a few
    reservations, mostly being that I hate having to use the keyboard --
    there's no Graffiti on the 600).

    See http://www.treocentral.com/ for full customer-side coverage of the
    Treo products, including the 300 and 600.




  3. #3
    Jeff Wallis
    Guest

    Re: Handspring Treo 300 comments?

    I have carried one for over a year. The flip breaks on it often. Get
    insurance. The battery life is limited, carry a charger in your car. The
    browser is limited, consider connecting it to a real computer. This is the
    best palm and the worst phone I have ever carried. I will always carry a
    palm and it is convenient that the phone is intergrated. This phone does not
    do analog so be careful if you plan to use it in rual areas.I would get a
    Sanyo 500 because you will want to upgrade soon anyway.
    "C C" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hello.
    >
    > Any handspring treo users here? I want your comment regarding usability,
    > ease of use, bulkiness, etc. of your phone. Did you regret purchasing

    your
    > phone? Do you love your phone, being a all-in-one PDA/Phone device?
    >
    > Thanks in advance.
    >
    >






  4. #4
    Antonio
    Guest

    Re: Handspring Treo 300 comments?

    I agree with Jeff. I would get the Treo 600 though. I have heard alot
    better reviews on it.

    "Jeff Wallis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I have carried one for over a year. The flip breaks on it often. Get
    > insurance. The battery life is limited, carry a charger in your car. The
    > browser is limited, consider connecting it to a real computer. This is the
    > best palm and the worst phone I have ever carried. I will always carry a
    > palm and it is convenient that the phone is intergrated. This phone does

    not
    > do analog so be careful if you plan to use it in rual areas.I would get a
    > Sanyo 500 because you will want to upgrade soon anyway.
    > "C C" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Hello.
    > >
    > > Any handspring treo users here? I want your comment regarding

    usability,
    > > ease of use, bulkiness, etc. of your phone. Did you regret purchasing

    > your
    > > phone? Do you love your phone, being a all-in-one PDA/Phone device?
    > >
    > > Thanks in advance.
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  5. #5
    DG12
    Guest

    Re: Handspring Treo 300 comments?

    I had a Treo 300 for just over two months and just went out and bought a
    Toshiba VM4050 and a new Palm Pilot because I just couldn't take the Treo
    anymore. I liked the flip design , bit it's big for a phone, with a very
    unimpressive battery. The Palm part was as good as any Palm I've ever owned
    (and I like Palm) and the built in keypad was a plus over those Palms. But the
    phone part is horriable. Reception was slightly below average, sound quality
    was poor and it was hard for me to hear anything without using the speakerphone
    up to my ear. I could not access my AOL mail without additional charges, even
    though I have Vision. Many web sites (even WAP sites) will not load up. The
    Blazer internet explorer leaves alot to be desired. I have concluded that the
    Treo 300 was a great idea, but needs alot of improvement. Maybe the Treo 600 is
    better but for now I'll stick with a great phone and a great Palm Pilot.
    Don



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