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  1. Ravi's Avatar
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    I'd by lying if I said I wasn't REALLY tempted :

    http://www.tekguru.co.uk/phpBB2/index.php

    Scroll down to the bottom of the page and check out the competition!

    Oh yes, I do own a Tro 600 BTW.
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    ..but it's still rubbish as a phone.
  3. purpleX
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    O2 is cheaper than Orange's treo600! lol.
    Microsoft is really burning money on this one I say. XDAII unlock is $850

    Anyway, here is something amusing,
    A music player that perch on 'Today's page', even more stuff glued on top of today's page.

    http://www.jenneth.info/archives/003394.html

    more XDAII pic, screenie, review
    http://217.160.215.102/
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    The XDA II is pretty cool looking.

    The endless march of progress:

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/68/33552.html

    The Toshiba e805 is a Pocket PC with a VGA screen. ...Of course, there aren't any PPC apps that support the resolution yet, but there it is.

    Eventually handheld computers will be standalone devices. That'll be nice.
  5. purpleX
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    Originally posted by snerdy


    The Toshiba e805 is a Pocket PC with a VGA screen. ...Of course, there aren't any PPC apps that support the resolution yet, but there it is.
    There aren't any what?
    PPC resolution doesn't operate like 160 by 160 to 320 by 320.
    Application will run , but for games that specifically demand QVGA, it will leave white space.

    Almost all non game just wil fill up the screen. ( of course some will have mis alignment, smaller icon, text flow differences etc. ) But the basic operation will be just like bumping up desktop screen from SVGA to XGA etc...

    What spread sheet looks like in e800
    http://www.pdafrance.com/img/testpro...0/DSCN4236.JPG

    more link and stuff
    http://www.pocketpcthoughts.com/foru...7bdacea3a5db69
  6. purpleX
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    Originally posted by rashah
    ..but it's still rubbish as a phone.
    It has far more advance wireless feature than treo ever can muster. Multiple SIM management, Voice dial, CF slot attachment, top down multimedia, built in bluetooth, optional CF slot...

    It is wee bit bigger than a phone, but HTC figures if it act like a proper PDA, people will forgive the somewhat non conventional look. That's what Nokia is for afterall.
  7. #7  
    Originally posted by purpleX
    There aren't any what?
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/68/33519.html
    Originally posted by The Register
    Toshiba will apparently get around the problem of very limited 480 x 640 support in software by shipping its own launcher application and a number of other programs that can handle the extra screen space. The larger screen size is not believed to be supported by Windows Mobile 2003.
    And:
    http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/68/33552.html
    Originally posted by The Register
    Other apps shift the display into the standard 240 x 320 mode.
    R->C->P

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