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# 14814 22-Jul-2007 09:17
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I started about 3 years ago with an Imate SP2.  Loved it but found i wanted more PDA type features.  So I went to the other end and got a Jasjar.  Loved it but now find that Im a bit tired of looking like a dork everytime I make a phonecall and the sheer size of the thing.

So, Im now looking at the Jasjam.  It seems to be the best of both worlds.  Any fish hooks I should be aware of?
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# 79168 22-Jul-2007 09:30
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Hmm. Not really. The Jasjar was certainly a great device - but you needed to use a Bluetooth headset with it - which doesn't make anyone look less dorky (hey, some people walk down the streets with their Bluetooth headsets on, even if they receive only one call a day - that looks strange).

As for the Palm Treo 750v, it works ok, and I have been using mine (and a Telecom Treo 700wx) since launch, but I am sick of the square screen - put calendar on the screen and you don't have space for anything else. The keyboard is good though. And Vodafone can't get their story about a HSDPA update for this model right - some say it's coming, some say it was never planned and I am dreaming about what people told me at launch - in other words, don't trust Vodafone on "futures", only on what you can get now. If anyone says you can get a Windows Mobile 6 update for the Jasjam or any other model, don't believe it until you see (but this is the rule, right?)

I can't say much, but it looks like you are on Vodafone. Rumours are that Telecom will launch a new model soon.








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  # 79169 22-Jul-2007 09:33
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I have a friend who has a Jasjam which I will have a play with.  He has just put WM6 on it.  Dont know how.  I suppose I could always ask him.....

 
 
 
 


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