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Topic # 7811 11-May-2006 16:54
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Anyone heard much about the Palm 700w being available on Telecom? EVDO Palm would be fantastic. None of that having to disconnect the data session to receive a call business.

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Reply # 35533 11-May-2006 17:47

700w is the palm design running windows mobile 5 (same os as apache)
700p (?) is the palm version

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Reply # 35534 11-May-2006 18:55
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SNicolle: 700w is the palm design running windows mobile 5 (same os as apache) 700p (?) is the palm version


That is correct both are EVDO. 700W is exclusive with Verizon until some point this year.





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Reply # 35535 11-May-2006 19:11
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I didnt think there was a palm version of the 700. Goes to show you learn a lot round here

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Reply # 35731 15-May-2006 09:00
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See this article from Cnet: http://news.com.com/New Palm OS Treo ready for takeoff/2100-1041_3-6070942.html?tag=nefd.top regarding the Palm OS ver of the Treo 700

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Reply # 35733 15-May-2006 09:03
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Yes, yes. I know that. But my policy is to only believe things when they are announced. I am not one following rumours - what if the company files for chapter 11 tomorrow one hour before the launch?





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