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    Ok, so I know there will probably be keyboards a'flyin' with this question, but humor me (please).

    I am strongly debating between purchasing the 600 or the 650. I've read all the reviews/criticisms for both units but I guess my ultimate question is - since I have NOT been a treo user before (only a palm vii once upon a time ago) - will the memory, lag and whatever issues on the 650 be all the noticable or a major concern for a "lay" user. My primary function for the unit will be for calls, about 200-300 contacts, email, messenging and some browser stuff.

    Your thoughts?
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    The 650, hands down. Unless you absolutely need the few extra megs, the 650 is an upgrade in every respect.
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    I'm in the same boat, SamCraig.

    Mostly calls, a couple of hundred contacts. MAYBE some email/web when i'm on the road and NEED to check stuff. But I like the idea of syncing only 1 device (instead of syncing a cell phone and a PDA) and having my calendar along for the ride.

    Can i get away with the 600?

    The deals on the 600 are intriguing!
    wow, it's been awhile.....things have REALLY changed...why is my Visor Edge still in my hand? Will a Treo fit better?
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    Don't listen to all these naysayers. The 650 is a great piece of hardware. This cr^p is posted all the time when new hardware comes out. The improved screen is well worth the extra for the 650. For what you are doing the 650 will excel. I am really enjoying mine, what a pleasure after duimping the SideKick II and iPaq h6315!
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    I just received my 650, but I have no plans to activate it anytime soon until I see proof that the obvious faults have been corrected...with that said, I think your best bet is the 600. It will serve your needs more then adaquetly, and is more proven. Cheaper too, at this point.

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