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    The xda seems to support bluetooth, wifi and also works better with webpages. I have a treo600 at the moment and need to upgrade. should i wait for a 650 or go for the xda
    Thanks
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    if you want wifi, you have no choice, have you? the form factor of the treos though is unique. nice ergonomics, wont enjoy them with the xdaIIs - even though the darker color of the xdaIIs is quite nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharonconnor
    The xda seems to support bluetooth, wifi and also works better with webpages. I have a treo600 at the moment and need to upgrade. should i wait for a 650 or go for the xda
    Thanks

    Oh Sharon, don't get me started... Well, okay, do get me started. As many in this forum know already, I am all about the XDAIIs (Qtek 9090, pda2k, SX-66, etc.). I still visit this forum from time to time to keep learning about the 650 and some apps, but I will remain a die hard Pocket PC fan. Below I have posted a few links to threads on this forum and on HowardForums, and some other sites with info on the XDAIIs. I feel (even though I am somehow in the minority in here on this opinion) that there is simply no comparison - the XDAIIs is so much better it isn't even fair to compare them. But you read these links and decide for yourself, please.

    And to all the negative I am about to receive, blah, blah, blah - you all know I am right, you're just addicted to what the Treo line USED TO BE - the industry-leading PDA, which is slowly but surely falling by the wayside of the PPC.

    Here you go Sharon:

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    I could go on for hours, but I will stop here...
    No, my avatar is NOT a picture of me! If you don't recognize her then you are not nerdy enough to be in here.

    "I didn't think it was possible, but this actually sucks and blows."
    - Bart Simpson

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