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    This is from Treo centrals front page:

    palmOne is changing the structure of Palm OS by replacing the volatile RAM inside, with a new nonvolatile flash chip. The first device with this feature was the Tungsten T5, but the Treo 650 also has it. This means that you can replace the battery, or wear down the battery, without fear of losing any of the 23 MB of data that the Treo 650 can store.. [COLOR=Red]While the benefits are great, Mr. Shirai did mention that there have been reports of some applications, such as email clients, having difficulty with then new file system.

    Reports of email clients having difficulty with the new file systems??????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimHy
    Reports of email clients having difficulty with the new file systems??????????
    The world is ending.

    TheHandlessKing
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    death to eXistenZ!
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    Could very easily be one of the "bugs" my sprint business rep said that the execs were having with their 650's and which sprint was working to fix which was why the availablility date had been "pushed back." They had been told to tell people Dec 1, but that was a couple of weeks ago.

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