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Topic # 5737 22-Nov-2005 11:40
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It would seem that the Treo 650 has been released. Havent seen anyone else mention it on here, so thought it might worth putting up.

Looks not to bad for $799, check out https://www.telecom.co.nz/mobile/shop/front/1,5523,204449-201928,00.html?action=/mshop_handsetGallery&productCode=TREO650

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  Reply # 23663 22-Nov-2005 12:56

Yeah, The Line carried a story that it was due this week last thursday or so.
It is a much needed update to the 600 especially for palm fiends

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  Reply # 23698 22-Nov-2005 23:58
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not a bad deal with 1GB sd card and a car charger.






 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 23718 23-Nov-2005 13:00
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It's an excellent deal when you consider the pricing of the GSM device from Vodafone. Also in Oz it's still $949 SRP...!


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  Reply # 23766 24-Nov-2005 08:03
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so, anyone run out an got one yet?
i'm interested in what people have to say about the teleocom treo 650....


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Reply # 23777 24-Nov-2005 12:29
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I have had one for 6 months now and I like it. Big improvement over the Treo 600.

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  Reply # 23803 24-Nov-2005 21:28
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taniwha: so, anyone run out an got one yet?
i'm interested in what people have to say about the teleocom treo 650....

I thought you went to Siberia forever?? (oh thats right, you just abandoned us.... :-0)
Welcome back.

I have had a good play. (With the TREO people!! With the TREO)

Great screen. Just seems to be a million times better than the 650. I would advise anyone who has dismissed this device based on what they know about the 600 to go to a store and have a play with one. You will be pleasantly surprised.

Telecom is pushing these as being the PDA to buy when you actually want a phone primarily and PDA as a secondary thing. (With the Apache being the reverse)




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  Reply # 23825 25-Nov-2005 10:02

The treo 650 eclipses the 600, it makes huge (necessary) steps, I still have a gripe about the timing of the CDMA treo's but I have to have something to complain about.
I've had a good use, it will definately appeal to users with a budget or cannot justify the extra cost of the apache for evdo. I do have a problem with how it handles pdf files though.

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  Reply # 23828 25-Nov-2005 11:49
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SNicolle: The treo 650 eclipses the 600, it makes huge (necessary) steps, I still have a gripe about the timing of the CDMA treo's but I have to have something to complain about.
I've had a good use, it will definately appeal to users with a budget or cannot justify the extra cost of the apache for evdo. I do have a problem with how it handles pdf files though.


Are you refering to how palm handle native pdf files? If so new version of Documents to Go support native pdf files.







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  Reply # 23829 25-Nov-2005 11:51
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Along with DTG there is also a new free application called PalmPDF that reads native PDF docs. It's still in development, but looks very promising.


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  Reply # 23834 25-Nov-2005 12:42

From the get go I had trouble with PDF files, which version of DTG was it?

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  Reply # 23835 25-Nov-2005 12:44
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DTG v8 - http://www.dataviz.com/products/documentstogo/premium/index.html



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  Reply # 23839 25-Nov-2005 13:02

I see, you will be disappointed to know that the Treo 650 on Telecom comes with DTG v7 loaded out of the box, well the one I had did and the information I had about it supported this,

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  Reply # 23841 25-Nov-2005 13:19
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insider: DTG v8 - http://www.dataviz.com/products/documentstogo/premium/index.html
Ciao,


DTG Came out about a or 2 week ago.. i expect the other office suites to add pdf soon.
There's also a GPL-ed project in beta to display pdf on palm os.

The adobe version for palm requires a windows PC to convert the file, so it's no use if you get sent a pdf by email while out of the office (or if you're like me you was attacked by bluescreens as a small child and am now too afraid to use windows).



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  Reply # 23901 26-Nov-2005 14:33
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The Treo has been pulled from shelves for the time, due to a lack accesories that were to be supplied with it

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  Reply # 23902 26-Nov-2005 14:53

Taniwha: the current adobe solution is a joke, especially because of the difficulty with email.

Brad05, can you elaborate?

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