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  1. #381  
    Using a proxy-based browser like WebPro or WebViewer skews the results, since the big file moves super fast from server to server but (AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK) $the$ $whole$ $file$ $doesn$'$t$ $actually$ $come$ $down$ $to$ $the$ $Treo$ $in$ $its$ $entirety$. $When$ $I$ $do$ $the$ $test$ $with$ $WebPro$ $the$ $test$ $basically$ $says$ &$quot$;$too$ $fast$, $try$ $again$&$quot$;.

    But, that being said, the proxy based web browsers do soar!
  2. #382  
    just broke the 200 kbits/ sec mark with reqwireless webviewer tonight!!

    wow. well whether or not results are skewed, this browser is lightning fast compared to blazer guys!
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    #383  
    I had no idea that CDMA (Sprint) was so much faster than GPRS (AT&T, Cingular, T-Mobile). The data rates being reported are truly remarkable. Combine this with the $15 (do I have that right?) all-you-can-eat data plan, and Sprint has a kick-*** offering.

    Has Sprint ever done any advertising on this point? They are truly blowing their competition out of the water.

    The GSM (GPRS) carriers must have a next-gen data offering in the pipeline. Does anyone know what this might be and when it's making it's debut?
  4. #384  
    yes, since the sprint update and the addition of reqwireless webviewer, ive been browsing the web at speeds over twice as fast as blazer 175 - 200 kbits/sec - its been fantastic!
  5. #385  
    you guys wont believe this!

    webviewer reqwireless:

    332 kbits / sec
    0.083 s latency
    4.893 s d/l time

    this is incredible!!
  6. #386  
    next test:

    286 kbits/ sec
  7. #387  
    330 kbits/sec

    another random test.... those of you without reqwireless should really purchase it, because i havent used blazer since finding this speed demon... i am constantly amazed at the raw speed of this browser - it leaves blazer in the dust!!!
  8. #388  
    Berkeley CA
    100 k test with blazer
    Spring CDMA
    91 kbit/sec
    2.765s latency
    11.511 d/l time
  9. #389  
    Verizon

    3 bars - 2 tests

    200K file
    64kbps
    2.085 latency
    26.65s d/l time

    100k file
    74 kbps
    1.816 lat
    12.585 d/l time
  10. #390  
    I used the 50k test, 100k barfed on me.

    87 kbit/sec

    2.722s latency
    6.821s d/l time

    Software Rev: Treo600-1.20-SPR
    Hardware Rev: C

    Blazer Web Browser v3.0

    From Iowa, USA

    Then I tested it again, two bars, BTW, with 100k and it worked though the test results were essentially the same.
  11. #391  
    100K file
    108Kbit/sec
    3.222s latency
    10.43s d/l time
    Sprint PCS
    Germantown, MD.
    4 bars signal strength
  12. #392  
    200k file
    78 kbit/sec
    2.798s latency
    23.138s d/l time
    Sprint PCS
    Scottsdale, AZ
    3 bars
  13. #393  
    Quote Originally Posted by jliv
    I had no idea that CDMA (Sprint) was so much faster than GPRS (AT&T, Cingular, T-Mobile). The data rates being reported are truly remarkable. Combine this with the $15 (do I have that right?) all-you-can-eat data plan, and Sprint has a kick-*** offering.

    Has Sprint ever done any advertising on this point? They are truly blowing their competition out of the water.

    The GSM (GPRS) carriers must have a next-gen data offering in the pipeline. Does anyone know what this might be and when it's making it's debut?
    ATT (not surpizingly) is starting to roll out of a G3 network in four cities around the USA. Unfortunetly only two phones use the G3 right now.... I would imagine that the Treo "Ace" would have it built in or at least be upgradable to the new network.

    http://www.gizmodo.com/archives/att-...ets-017995.php

    Timmay
    Iím a lucky man to count on both hands
    The ones I love..

    Visor Pro -> Visor Edge -> Treo 180 -> Treo 270 -> Treo 600 -> Treo 650 -> T|T2+SE T68i -> Treo 600 -> T-Mobile MDA -> Treo 755p -> Treo 800w -> Treo 755p -> PALM PRE -> Palm Pre 2 -> HP Palm Pre 3

    Twittering about
  14. #394  
    Blazer Web Browser
    Sprint PCS
    Denver, CO

    1st Time:
    100k file
    90 kbit/sec
    1.311s latency
    10.142s d/l time
    2 bars

    2nd time:
    100k file
    62kbit/sec
    1.7s latency
    14.214s d/l time
    2 bars
  15. #395  
    Quote Originally Posted by bigredgpk
    ATT (not surpizingly) is starting to roll out of a G3 network in four cities around the USA. Unfortunetly only two phones use the G3 right now.... I would imagine that the Treo "Ace" would have it built in or at least be upgradable to the new network.

    http://www.gizmodo.com/archives/att-...ets-017995.php

    Timmay
    eek. i hope u mean 3G... sorry, that was bugging me
  16. #396  
    The speed I get depends on where I'm at...
    I ran the test 3 times back to back and got the following results:
    71kb/s
    9kb/s
    28kb/s
    latency was always arond 2.7s.
    Too much funky stuff going on here (sprintPCS, Richmond, IN)
  17. #397  
    running the 200k test, webviewer gave me

    263kbit/sec
    0.237 latency
    6.235 dl time

    4 bars, spcs.
  18. #398  
    prett amazing how webviewer smokes blazer!
  19. #399  
    it's very responsive. best $30 i've spent!
  20. #400  
    358 kbits/sec
    0.08 latency
    4.54 d/l time
    200 k test

    webviewer rocks!

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