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    It's just what I'd like to see.

    http://img195.exs.cx/img195/4092/treo20qo.jpg

    http://img178.exs.cx/img178/6482/t700o7lj.jpg

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    http://img195.exs.cx/img195/2459/tr7006xs.gif


    Specs:
    -600 mhz processor
    -128 mb ram
    -6 GB micro hard drive
    -bluetooth
    -wifi
    -3G
    -2.0 megapixel camera with flash
    -640 x 480 vga OLED low power screen, any angle viewing
    -Next gen lithium batteries that give 8hours/15days on CDMA and 10hours/18days on GSM
    -Palm OS 6
    -No more antennae stub
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    HA...Will have a Dec 2005 Release date..pushed to 2007 :-)
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    Nice!
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    I really like that design!!!
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    Don't know about the Sidekick form factor:

    1.) Takes the keyboard out of the "quick and casual use" category, and

    2.) Sliding screen adds one more thing to break/wear out.
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  6.    #6  
    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal
    Don't know about the Sidekick form factor:

    1.) Takes the keyboard out of the "quick and casual use" category, and

    2.) Sliding screen adds one more thing to break/wear out.
    I wouldn't mind the extra second it would take to use the keyboard. But yeah the sliding screen does leave one more thing to break and wear out. I thought about having the keyboard slide out, but I was thinking it would have better ergonomics this way.
  7. #7  
    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal
    Don't know about the Sidekick form factor:

    1.) Takes the keyboard out of the "quick and casual use" category, and

    2.) Sliding screen adds one more thing to break/wear out.

    I Love It! I do have to agree with Ethereal, personaly, though.

    That form factor would be very cool, but not practical for the way I use my device.

    Lovely work, and design.
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  8. #8  
    Wow! Nice job.

    I'd buy it and my girl friend would leave me. But maybe it'd be worth it. (She just came in. I gotta run!)

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    I like this one better than the designs in the other thread.
  10. #10  
    i likes, corp style sidekick...
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    Clever, but impossible to enter data one-handed. I'm not much of a moving parts guy either. I love your specs though. That's what the 650 should have had inside right from the start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotenks
    Specs:
    -600 mhz processor
    -128 mb ram
    -6 GB micro hard drive
    -bluetooth
    -wifi
    -3G
    -2.0 megapixel camera with flash
    -640 x 480 vga OLED low power screen, any angle viewing
    -Next gen lithium batteries that give 8hours/15days on CDMA and 10hours/18days on GSM
    -Palm OS 6
    -No more antennae stub

    It is obvious that you have never used a Palm powered device...
    A hard drive? A reasonable clocked processor (at a level to compete with PPC devices)? WiFi?! A megapixel camera?
    Yeah right. We are PalmOne - a 2005 company, that sells 2001-2002 technology for a premium price.
    This is coming from a 650/600 owner.
    This is slated for 2009..but should be out just in time for promotion at the 2012 Olympics...
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    I agree with you RAC. By the time something like this with those specs are released from PalmOne, we will indefinately have the the moniter/keyboard/internet INTEGRATED into our clothing/eyeballs!!!!! No joke!
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    I would change the specs a little...

    use Magic Ink for the display (www.magink.com)
    less battery power, more pixels possible, static images require no power at all to remain on screen. This means that you can leave a clock, picture, mp3 player or other screensaver on indefinatly.

    Also have screen flip the other way so D-pad is under left finger-- like most gaming pads (for obvious reasons, but also good for things like navigation and such)

    rotatable camera-- so I can get into shot, and upcoming video confrencing apps

    regular usb mini port- like on most cameras and such (so things like usb-to-go can work)

    another SD slot- 2 is better than one!

    I have more ideas, but i'll do photoshop mockup so it'll be easier to see...
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    Not a fan of a sliding anything form factor - I like the fat candy bar, I like one handed keyboarding, I like only being a semi-geek when I use my phone, not a turbo-geek that I'd be with that sliding deal...
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    I am always amazed by how you guy work with graphcs. Its a very believable image, with very unbelievable specs. But its OK to dream.
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    oh, and add a little lenscover for the camera, please.
    iBug
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal
    Don't know about the Sidekick form factor:

    1.) Takes the keyboard out of the "quick and casual use" category, and

    2.) Sliding screen adds one more thing to break/wear out.
    Yeah, I agree, but how long do you keep devices? If your like me, not very long. At least as long as new Treos are coming out...
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    Nice looking, but honestly why a sidekick wannabe? Then taking a step backwards to a Samsung I300 wannabe? Treo's improve and get better, but not like that. The way I buy Treo's when they come out, they just look more exensive than the next Treo....
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  20. #20  
    Quote Originally Posted by Fotenks
    It's just what I'd like to see.

    http://img195.exs.cx/img195/4092/treo20qo.jpg

    http://img178.exs.cx/img178/6482/t700o7lj.jpg

    [somewhat large .gif wait for it to load]
    http://img195.exs.cx/img195/2459/tr7006xs.gif


    Specs:
    -600 mhz processor
    -128 mb ram
    -6 GB micro hard drive
    -bluetooth
    -wifi
    -3G
    -2.0 megapixel camera with flash
    -640 x 480 vga OLED low power screen, any angle viewing
    -Next gen lithium batteries that give 8hours/15days on CDMA and 10hours/18days on GSM
    -Palm OS 6
    -No more antennae stub

    Thats a very PPC like screen on the animated picture.....

    Or is that the new OS6 look?
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