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    I can't believe this hasn't been posted here yet.

    http://www.the-gadgeteer.com/vbbs/at...ttachmentid=79

    It looks legit. This is great news.
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    All that and a $45 data plan for a non-EV-DO capable device.
    They'll sell some due to great coverage, but I sure don't want to pay that much for something Sprint charges $15 for and Cingular charges $25 for.
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    1 megapixel camera?
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    Internet Explorer? Dual LCD screens? The antenna on the wrong side?

    I don't think so
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    Whats with the "Dual 65k LCD screens"??
    That plus the fact that the little picture (lower right) isn't a Treo, although it's probably a generic Accessory Package picture.
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    Mytreo.net has been accepting pre-orders for the Verizon 650 for a couple of days now
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    Photoshop, that red banner has been added.

    Here's as close to official confirmation as I've seen...

    http://mytreo.net/news/archives/000436.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchtrumpet
    Photoshop, that red banner has been added.

    Here's as close to official confirmation as I've seen...

    http://mytreo.net/news/archives/000436.php
    I noticed that after zooming in. But it looks "real."
    And I was going to mention the mytreo.net news but I was so excited about the pic, that I forgot. Oops.

    The more I look at it, it doesn't make sense. Dual 65K screens?
    Upon further inspection, this looks bogus.
    I apologize for posting this link. I got over excited because I want to believe it's true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman
    All that and a $45 data plan for a non-EV-DO capable device.
    They'll sell some due to great coverage, but I sure don't want to pay that much for something Sprint charges $15 for and Cingular charges $25 for.
    I really hope VZW drops their non-EV-DO data plans in price once they roll out EV-DO.

    I'm beginning to actually regret not switching to Sprint when I got my new Treo. Considering what a Sprint hater I used to be, that's a big deal.

    I've been an incredibly happy Verizon customer, and have accepted that they will always be SOMEWHAT more expensive (up to 20-30% more for similar features) than other service providers (and in return I get superior customer service and coverage), but with the Treo 600 and data capabilities, I'm getting annoyed with Verizon jerking us around and charging 3x the price. I could accept if VZW were charging $20-25 for unlimited data when Sprint was charging $15, but $45 in addition to killing CSD data via Quick Net Connect (I think it was officially called Quick2Net, but the login/pw was always qnc/qnc...) really pisses me off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Entropy
    but $45 in addition to killing CSD data via Quick Net Connect (I think it was officially called Quick2Net, but the login/pw was always qnc/qnc...) really pisses me off.
    I have Verizon and a 600 and QNC works fine for me. I dropped my $45 data plan months ago, QNC is good enough for basic internet use. I put the $45 into the $80/month PCCard for my notebook and I am much happier.

    Erik
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    Quote Originally Posted by Entropy
    I really hope VZW drops their non-EV-DO data plans in price once they roll out EV-DO.

    I'm beginning to actually regret not switching to Sprint when I got my new Treo. Considering what a Sprint hater I used to be, that's a big deal.

    I've been an incredibly happy Verizon customer, and have accepted that they will always be SOMEWHAT more expensive (up to 20-30% more for similar features) than other service providers (and in return I get superior customer service and coverage), but with the Treo 600 and data capabilities, I'm getting annoyed with Verizon jerking us around and charging 3x the price. I could accept if VZW were charging $20-25 for unlimited data when Sprint was charging $15, but $45 in addition to killing CSD data via Quick Net Connect (I think it was officially called Quick2Net, but the login/pw was always qnc/qnc...) really pisses me off.
    That's why I just switched from VZW to Sprint and it works fine for me. Cheaper and similar coverage.

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