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* Cingular has just released Treo 650 Business 2.0: Like many other Treo fans, had been looking forward to the new 650. It boasted Bluetooth wireless, a much-improved screen, and a keyboard that was a delight to type on. Would it be worth dropping $600 less […]

* Cingular has just released Treo 650

Business 2.0: Like many other Treo fans, had been looking forward to the new 650. It boasted Bluetooth wireless, a much-improved screen, and a keyboard that was a delight to type on. Would it be worth dropping $600 less than a year after buying (and abandoning) the 600? Despite my familiarity with the 600’s buttons and keyboard, I found the learning curve on the new device was steep. For complete review go to Business 2.0 website.

  1. Get a Sony-Ericsson P900/P910. It’s the best thing out there. It’s a phone first, then a web browser, then an organizer, then a… it does everything.

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  2. Just curious what your emailing was done with… I’ve been using the Treo 600 for a about 8 months and while I initially use Snapper, found ChatterEmail could handle push and background operations beautifully.

    I am waiting and waiting on the GSM 650… looking forward to the better keyboard, screen, bluetooth and camera. Ok, the speed increase will be nice as well.

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  3. jonathan – i used the inbuilt email client and that was pretty good for me

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  4. Using the Treo 600 Form Fit Case lowers the effective screen sensitivity so that the “hit the ‘Hang Up’ key with your cheek while speaking” problem, is less of a problem. BTW, I’ve had no problems with mp3 music using P-Tunes.

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