View Poll Results: What is the #1 feature you use on your Treo??

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  • Phone calls to keep in touch.

    5 20.00%
  • Calendar and ToDo s to keep me organized.

    5 20.00%
  • Games dude games!!!

    0 0%
  • Internet to keep informed on news and stocks

    5 20.00%
  • To take pictures in case I see a UFO.

    2 8.00%
  • Email, SMS to exchange information

    8 32.00%
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  1.    #1  
    How does a T600 owner use his/her phone?
    What type of business is she/he in?
    Just wondering what is the Profile for a Treo 600. What kind of people are we?
  2. Rusty J's Avatar
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    #2  
    something to be upset about 'cause the T-Mobile version isn't out yet. :-(

    Is there an "all of the above" option for when I do get one finally? :-)

    Rusty J
    270
    Tungsten T|3 + SonyEricsson T616
    (Great PDA, but it's not a Treo).
  3. #3  
    I'm just a geek who wants to be able to SMS people back with a keyboard rather than Graffiti or some kind of letter recognizer. I also was pissed at the crappy ringers my Samsung SCH-A310 had, and wanted my iPAQ to get connected.

    I'm in the Air Force, but I sync with my home computer only, and use it for contacts and appointments, no email.
  4. #4  
    1. web access
    2. phone
    3. agendus
    4. email
    5. camera

    im a dentist. I keep track of meetings, web sites for supply order, colleagues.
    accuweather and traffic alerts used bc I work in two locations.
    its truly awesome! I can perscribe meds wirelessly via bluefishrx! fantastic!!!
  5.    #5  
    I'm a PBX voice/data tech support engineer.
    Main use is for internet access
    I use the T6 for Email when out of the office.
    I plan to explore the VPN, RAS to my office PC.
    I would further like to use the serial connection to work on equipment so I won't have to carry a laptop.

    Main use now it learning all the stuff it does, calendar for appts and checking TreoCentral for tips tricks and new software.

    The more I use this phone the more I love it and when combined with TreoCentral its a grown mans sandbox.
  6. Rusty J's Avatar
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    KSilebo writes
    <snip>
    I'm in the Air Force, but I sync with my home computer only, and use it for contacts and appointments, no email.
    <snip>

    You might be able to use a Treo 90 with a Bluetooth SD card with a BT phone to send and receive SMS. The 90 is still available from Handspring directly. Doesn't give you any nifty ringtones or such, but it would make text messaging infinitely easier.
    Additionally, when you have the card out, you know the PDA can't be a radio transmitter and can demonstrate that the capability has been disabled -- which is not true of PDAs with integral BT.


    Rusty J
    Treo 270 on AT&T
    Treo 90 (for use at work)
    Tungsten T|3 + SonyEricsson T616 on AT&T

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