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    I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.
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    what does he mean 'u can't use it as a modem.' ? I use mine sometimes as a modem.
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    "The Treo 600 also supports Audible.com audiobooks, great for passing time during a commute"

    Umm... no it doesnt.. unless there is a beta player for the Treo 600.. You must convert the audible.com files into MP3.. A cumbersum activity to say the least.

    Does the author just asume that it can play Audible books because it is Palm OS5.. Perhaps, he should do a little more research before making such a statement.
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    Originally posted by stevebake
    "The Treo 600 also supports Audible.com audiobooks, great for passing time during a commute"

    Umm... no it doesnt.. unless there is a beta player for the Treo 600.. You must convert the audible.com files into MP3.. A cumbersum activity to say the least.

    Does the author just asume that it can play Audible books because it is Palm OS5.. Perhaps, he should do a little more research before making such a statement.
    Um, perhaps you should do a little more research (i.e. do a Search) before making such a statement.

    Read this thread:

    http://discussion.treocentral.com/tc...-t39998/s.html
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    I stand corrected. I am very happy I can listen to Audible books on my Treo 600. This makes this device complete for me.
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    Overall, we're impressed with the Treo 600's improvements, but depressed about the lack of screen protection. In the end, it'll need a hi-res screen and, more important, a removable battery, before we'll be ready to give it a Top Pick.

    Denny Atkin

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