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    I was amazed at what I could do with it.

    Chatteremail was excellent for email.

    Watching DiVX movies with TCPMP on the Treos small screen simply blew me away.

    The first time I listened to a 192kbit streaming mp3 radio station with Pocket Tunes deluxe was incredible.

    SplashBlog had a huge neato factor.

    Being on a business trip, and having my wife, who is not very computer savvy, figure how to SMS me with a picture of my new son was very powerful.

    Always having a PDA with me no matter where I go has kept my life organized.

    But alas, the time has come my eyes have glossed over and the future shock has worn off. I've become blaise about all the amazing things the Treo can do, and I'm ready for something amazing to blow my socks off again.

    Unfortunately, that something doesn't exist. Any ideas, as to when something revolutionary will come along in the mobile computing space, that will blow me away? (Theoretically it could even be a really amazing piece of software for the 700p)


    Today the Treo has just become a very versitile and useful tool. It no longer amazes me. What's the future going to bring?
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    The future better bring a firmware update for our Treo 700p's. The Treo still amazes me, right now that Treo is the 700wx. I use my Treo 700wx more than my 700p. My 700p resets at least once a day, and always when I open the phone application (go figure). My 700wx has never had a random reset. I still love the Palm OS and love it's PIM apps, and chatter, but Palm needs to get us a firmware upgrade fast. The 700p could be that "blow me away device".
    Jimmie Geddes
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    I'd settle for a firmware update right now

    Sprint Pre & Motorola H300 BT headset

    Dead devices: Palm Pro; Palm III; Treo 600, 650, 700p, 755p; Centro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandorr View Post
    I was amazed at what I could do with it.

    Chatteremail was excellent for email.

    Watching DiVX movies with TCPMP on the Treos small screen simply blew me away.

    The first time I listened to a 192kbit streaming mp3 radio station with Pocket Tunes deluxe was incredible.

    SplashBlog had a huge neato factor.

    Being on a business trip, and having my wife, who is not very computer savvy, figure how to SMS me with a picture of my new son was very powerful.

    Always having a PDA with me no matter where I go has kept my life organized.

    But alas, the time has come my eyes have glossed over and the future shock has worn off. I've become blaise about all the amazing things the Treo can do, and I'm ready for something amazing to blow my socks off again.

    Unfortunately, that something doesn't exist. Any ideas, as to when something revolutionary will come along in the mobile computing space, that will blow me away? (Theoretically it could even be a really amazing piece of software for the 700p)


    Today the Treo has just become a very versitile and useful tool. It no longer amazes me. What's the future going to bring?
    Future??... Do you have GPS for it yet? I can tell you that it is so awesome that my WIFE MADE ME BUY HER ONE FOR HER 700p. The only reason my wife had a 700p is that she took my 650 after I upgraded because she wanted the contacts and Sprint kindly upgraded hers to a 700p after some issues. She loves it! I just moved back to San Diego and it's been a lifesaver. NO MORE MAPQUEST!!!!! I love it. Made me fall in love with my 700p all over again!! I use the Palm Smartphone Navigator Edition 2 (TomTom 6).
    Last edited by akula34; 11/15/2006 at 12:24 PM. Reason: Update
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    I recommend google maps instead of mapquest.
    Google is my Best Friend


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    I remeber when I bought my first treo. I bought it for the internet...
    then I found that I could put my bible on it
    -keep track of time from jobs (while I listen to music)
    - plan out my week (while I listen to music)
    -surf the net (while I listen to music)
    - work (while I listen to music)
    -not miss calls (while I listen to music).
    -txt my wife (while I listen to music).

    -aim
    - realized I didn't need a ipod or pda.
    wow. this ould go on forever.
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    I member when I got mine.

    What a Stupendous day!

    It was going to save me so much time.
    Yea Right.

    Loved every wasted minute.
    Just call me Berd.
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    I remember when I got my first BJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjmoose View Post
    I remember when I got my first BJ

    The Black Jack just barely got released!
    Just call me Berd.

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