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Topic # 10260 13-Nov-2006 16:06
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G'day...to tell you the truth I'm a bit bored with the Apache now...had one since it came out and before that had a JAM...

What do you think about the NEW 700WX coming this month? Is the Palm a beastly device or what?

I'm feeling like a change, I've got the itch, but I don't want to swap a brick for an ugly dog if you know what i mean.


Anyone used the Apache and the Treo (even the 650) and have some comments they'd like to share?


Cheers

Wayne

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Reply # 52182 13-Nov-2006 16:11
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From feedback I receive I beleive the 700WX will (as with previous Treo's) have better voice quality than the Apache. Also being able to use the device with 'one hand' is a bonus.

I guess you will find out soon enough.

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Reply # 52190 13-Nov-2006 17:26
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There's no way to compare the one handed operation you can perform on the Treo with the Apache two-hand keyboard. The Treo 750v (which is similar to Treo 700wx) is faster too when rendering a page or loading a program.

On the other hand, the 240x240 pixels screen takes some time to sink in...

Overall I am enjoying the Treo 750v, looking forward to playing with the 700wx.







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