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  1. Silver5's Avatar
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    I know that I definitely prefer to use the full version. I have only looked at the mobile version a few times since early this year when I got rid of the Treo 650. It really wasn't very good on the internet so I prefered the mobile version with it, but I don't have to worry about that now. How about those of you with similar devices?
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    With Netfront 3.3 and a VGA screen you are no longer a second class citizen on the internet.

    Surur
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    I access TreoCentral a lot on my i730.
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    mobile.treocentral.com for me. Regardless of the speed- we are still talking about a small screen,
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    Like the clean look of mobile TC on my QTek 9100.
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    Be very, very quiet. I'm gonna catch me a rhinoceros.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlczl
    Like the clean look of mobile TC on my QTek 9100.
    How do you like the Qtek 9100? MadMonkeyBoy has tehm in stock (instead of the iMate which is always on backorder) and he says prefers tehm. My concern is service if it goes down.
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    If it works for you, it is "P"erfect.
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    It is quite simply........amazing. Voice quality: *****, size: *****, keyboard: *****, battery life: *****, speed: ****.

    As you can see I rate most everything 5 stars and overall 5 stars. The processor is a 200 mhz dual core unit that makes it not the fastes thing on earth, but it is by no means slow. The upside to it is the fact that it in turn has extremely good battery life. I listen to audio books through my bluetooth headset, surf with PIE, use the phone for voice about an hour a day, get all my e-mails, and I can go a whole day and a half to 2 without charging. On the weekends, when I use it less, I can charge it thursday night and not charge again until Sunday night.

    As far as service, I have a 2 year warranty and David @ MMB states a 12 day turnaround in case it needs to be shipped out for repair. BTW, David has the absolute best customer service anywhere HANDS DOWN.

    I am very happy with my QTek.
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    Be very, very quiet. I'm gonna catch me a rhinoceros.
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    I am very happy with mine as well. I have to differ with the statements about the speed though. While it is faster than the iPAQ 6315, it is still too slow for heavy use of two or more applications. If I were a heavier user I would have kept using my i-mate JAM instead, but I'm not and everything else does make up for the ocasional slow reaction. The battery life does benefit though. I have used the device ALOT today, text messaging all day with my sister in Atlanta (about 120 messages), about 20-30 minutes of calls, and 30 minutes online and it is still at 43% with 4:28 left to go according to Spb Pocket Plus (which is quite accurate at predicting battery life in terms of time remaining).

    Oh, I am posting from the mobile version right now and the posting window is so tiny that I am not sure if there are any mistakes...two or three words per line...not fun!
    Last edited by Silver5; 12/03/2005 at 04:33 AM.
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    As I mentioned in the above post, it is NOT the fastest thing on earth but it is by no means slow.

    I run mail, PIE, and Pocket Informant continuously without closing them (I only minimize them). When I run Repligo, Isilo, or other apps I close them completely and I don't experience slow downs.
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    Be very, very quiet. I'm gonna catch me a rhinoceros.

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