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    http://discussion.treocentral.com/tc...threadid=40275

    Hate to do it, but I just can't get use to my phone being a PDA, I just want something I can dial real fast and be done with it. I plan to purchase a IPAQ or something similar for a PDA. Sorry guys!
    Treo 600
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    Originally posted by RussPath03
    http://discussion.treocentral.com/tc...threadid=40275

    Hate to do it, but I just can't get use to my phone being a PDA, I just want something I can dial real fast and be done with it. I plan to purchase a IPAQ or something similar for a PDA. Sorry guys!
    Great. Who cares? Bye.
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    I can understand that. I have been using regular cell phones for the last few years. I got very tired of "lugging" around both my PocketPC and a cell phone. The thing is that I found I would leave my PocketPC at home, while the cell phone always went along! SO for a little sacrifice in size, I have moved to the Treo, and pretty much fallen in love with their versatility as an "information device". I know my Treo isn't nearly as flashy as my super duper Ipaq 1945 - but the reality is, I can do way more useful everyday things with my T600, that I could not do with the Ipaq. Problem is, I still love my Ipaq, and letting go will be hard (that is, if I do let go!).
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    It may not be a Treo, but smartphone users almost always come back as soon as they get tired of looking like Han Solo with gear all over their belt.

    As several rock ballads in the 80s proclaimed, "You don't know what you got till it's gone."
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    Originally posted by pcsnpixels
    as soon as they get tired of looking like Han Solo with gear all over their belt.

    Bwahahhahaa ha haa! ROFLMAO!
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    Originally posted by RussPath03
    http://discussion.treocentral.com/tc...threadid=40275

    Hate to do it, but I just can't get use to my phone being a PDA, I just want something I can dial real fast and be done with it. I plan to purchase a IPAQ or something similar for a PDA. Sorry guys!
    you might consider switching to GSM, and try what i do- i have a smaller full featured phone for the weekends- it still synchs with outlook, has bluetooth, speakerphone, etc...(siemens s55) but i have the bigger pda/phone for the week when i need it- which currently is a blackberry 7230 or a sony ericsson p800...

    being able to swap out SIM's in 30 seconds and switch is nice when you want something pocketable....

    one of the many reasons i'll never go back to sprint...

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