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  1. #1
    fusQuanto
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    how do i pick between these two? other than the way tehy look, how are they
    different functionally? i think i read the 7300 uses a barrel type adapter,
    that is referring to the power cord right? how thick is the 7300? thanks for
    any insight.



    See More: rl 2500 vs rl 7300




  2. #2
    Captain
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    Re: rl 2500 vs rl 7300

    from what i have seen at the sprint pcs store, they vary very little. The
    7300 is ruggedized, but it actually doesn't add any bulk in my opinion
    compared to the 2500. I think that is the main difference between the two
    that i can tell, i'm sure if you get into all the exact things within each
    phone it'll probably have some differences. i personally like the 7300.

    Capt.


    "fusQuanto" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > how do i pick between these two? other than the way tehy look, how are

    they
    > different functionally? i think i read the 7300 uses a barrel type

    adapter,
    > that is referring to the power cord right? how thick is the 7300? thanks

    for
    > any insight.






  3. #3
    plane
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    Re: rl 2500 vs rl 7300

    fusQuanto <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > how do i pick between these two? other than the way tehy look, how are they
    > different functionally? i think i read the 7300 uses a barrel type adapter,
    > that is referring to the power cord right? how thick is the 7300? thanks for
    > any insight.


    IMHO, I would go to a sales store and check each of them. They both
    can take the same flat power cable. To me the 7400 is not as
    attractive as eithe the 5400 or the 5500--but it with it's rubber
    outline, it would be more resistant to dents etc should it be dropped.
    I bought and sold one within a week--however it worked fine--ended
    up with a 5500, which are now available for about the same price on
    ebaY.



  4. #4
    fusQuanto
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    Re: rl 2500 vs rl 7300

    they both have SMS right? i know they do if SMS stands for short mail ...



    On 4 Apr 2004 10:39:32 -0700
    [email protected] (plane) wrote:

    > fusQuanto <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:<[email protected]>...
    > > how do i pick between these two? other than the way tehy look, how are they
    > > different functionally? i think i read the 7300 uses a barrel type adapter,
    > > that is referring to the power cord right? how thick is the 7300? thanks
    > > for any insight.

    >
    > IMHO, I would go to a sales store and check each of them. They both
    > can take the same flat power cable. To me the 7400 is not as
    > attractive as eithe the 5400 or the 5500--but it with it's rubber
    > outline, it would be more resistant to dents etc should it be dropped.
    > I bought and sold one within a week--however it worked fine--ended
    > up with a 5500, which are now available for about the same price on
    > ebaY.




  5. #5
    plane
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    Re: rl 2500 vs rl 7300

    fusQuanto <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > they both have SMS right? i know they do if SMS stands for short mail ...
    >
    >
    >
    > On 4 Apr 2004 10:39:32 -0700
    > [email protected] (plane) wrote:
    >
    > > fusQuanto <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:<[email protected]>...
    > > > how do i pick between these two? other than the way tehy look, how are they
    > > > different functionally? i think i read the 7300 uses a barrel type adapter,
    > > > that is referring to the power cord right? how thick is the 7300? thanks
    > > > for any insight.

    > >
    > > IMHO, I would go to a sales store and check each of them. They both
    > > can take the same flat power cable. To me the 7400 is not as
    > > attractive as eithe the 5400 or the 5500--but it with it's rubber
    > > outline, it would be more resistant to dents etc should it be dropped.
    > > I bought and sold one within a week--however it worked fine--ended
    > > up with a 5500, which are now available for about the same price on
    > > ebaY.


    The sanyo 5400/2500 does not have the same sms as botht he 5500 and 7300 have.



  6. #6
    fusQuanto
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    Re: rl 2500 vs rl 7300

    On 4 Apr 2004 15:44:46 -0700
    [email protected] (plane) wrote:

    > fusQuanto <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:<[email protected]>...
    > > they both have SMS right? i know they do if SMS stands for short mail ...
    > >
    > >
    > >
    > > On 4 Apr 2004 10:39:32 -0700
    > > [email protected] (plane) wrote:
    > >
    > > > fusQuanto <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > > news:<[email protected]>...
    > > > > how do i pick between these two? other than the way tehy look, how are
    > > > > they different functionally? i think i read the 7300 uses a barrel type
    > > > > adapter, that is referring to the power cord right? how thick is the
    > > > > 7300? thanks for any insight.
    > > >
    > > > IMHO, I would go to a sales store and check each of them. They both
    > > > can take the same flat power cable. To me the 7400 is not as
    > > > attractive as eithe the 5400 or the 5500--but it with it's rubber
    > > > outline, it would be more resistant to dents etc should it be dropped.
    > > > I bought and sold one within a week--however it worked fine--ended
    > > > up with a 5500, which are now available for about the same price on
    > > > ebaY.

    >
    > The sanyo 5400/2500 does not have the same sms as botht he 5500 and 7300 have.


    what do you mean by not the same? how are they different, and which is better?



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