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#6174 2-Jan-2006 11:17
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Is there any authoritative sie by side comparison/review of the following products - the about to be launched nokia 9300i, treo 650 & ipaq 6340 or can anyone advise on which of these 3 to go for. For me full compatibality with microsoft outlook is a must. the device must have as many or nearly as many features to enable syncing with all of outlook's programmes.

Pls advise

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#25610 2-Jan-2006 16:32
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Not sure if this exists - I would use Google to look for this information - but a search on this combination didn't show anything...

AFAIK They all support Outlook. They all have different OS. The decision will depend on personal factors probably: look and feel, user interface, battery life, size, weight...





 

 

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  #25720 4-Jan-2006 20:32
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Thanks. i hear there's a treo 700 windows-based coming out in the not too distant future. Any info on this?

 
 
 
 


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#25722 4-Jan-2006 21:15
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The Palm Treo 700w will be initially released on Verizon Wireless (CDMA - USA). It will then be available to other CDMA carriers, but I wouldn't expect it outside the USA before Q3 2006.

There are some information available about it, even here on Geekzone - I was there during the official announcement and have some pictures - look for it in our Blog section.





 

 

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