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    "The stylus is thinner, but still made of metal. They have redesigned the tip so that to reset the unit, you do not have to unscrew anything. "

    from the Mon Oct 25, 2004 - 3:23 AM EDT - By Michael Ducker
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    At least it will be easier to constantly reset.
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    Bit of a misleading topic.

    I bet lots of people lose the tip after unscrewing it. It's tiny when it's unscrewed and harder to manage than if it was part of the stylus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foe
    "The stylus is thinner, but still made of metal. They have redesigned the tip so that to reset the unit, you do not have to unscrew anything. "

    from the Mon Oct 25, 2004 - 3:23 AM EDT - By Michael Ducker
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    At least it will be easier to constantly reset.
    I rarely have to reset my Treo 600 -perhaps 3 or 4 times since I've owned it going on one year. Do you have information regarding the Treo650 that leads you to believe it will crash more, or are you making a leap in logic due to this design change? Have you been experiencing crashes with your Treo650? Really tho, are you basing your claims on the redesign of the stylus? Not very credible in my view.
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    Quote Originally Posted by njchris
    Bit of a misleading topic.

    I bet lots of people lose the tip after unscrewing it. It's tiny when it's unscrewed and harder to manage than if it was part of the stylus.

    I agree it is misleading at best.
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    Just read his screen name....FOE. Enough said. This thread is pointless.

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