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  Reply # 28402 14-Feb-2006 12:18
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Yeah, looks like the SP5 has wifi aswell (Voda SP5 page)

Mostly it's just personal appointments, and reminders of things to do. At the moment I tend to use the work pc to remind me during the day of things I need to do outside work hours. ie: go pick this up, do that, etc.etc. It's all pretty mundane stuff, but I can't stand putting a decent description in via the multitap or even t9 systems. Especially when I'm abbreviating for my own use. On the pc I can type it in pretty quickly and then forget about it. Then whenever the time comes the phone can nicely remind me even if I've forgotten.

I've got access to dealer buy on the SP5 via Techpac, and given I paid $900 odd for the T68i way back when it just came out, the slightly higher costing over the n60 based units isn't a biggie. It also looks to be physically smaller than the jasjar, k-jam, and apache, which is one of the major factors for me. The Wifi I like the sound of tho. :) Just saw that Cafenet have some free content aswell including a few streaming radio stations and video for Tv1 news etc.




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  Reply # 28676 17-Feb-2006 11:37
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OK. Bit the bullet and ordered an SP5 this morning. Will have to have a play with it when it arrives on Monday. : )




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