Pros none...no pros stand out.
Cons Very poor service. I missed about 6-8 emails a week. This Poor Device is nowhere close to the dumbest of phones. They pride themselves on a "simple device". But come on now, at least give us a calender, to do list, and a better contact list.
Summary I would not recommend this device or their service to anyone. Using this device for email and texting was easy but unreliable and I still had to carry to a PDA which meant I had to have two devices in my pocket. I went with peek to save some money, but chosing Peek was a bad choice. I am now with a pay per month plan with another company that gives me unlimited email, unlimited text , ulimited DATA and 300min voice for $25 per month...plus a device that does almost everything I need from my old PDA. Peek may be a good thing if it was much cheaper(device and service) and if they became reliable. I see peek being out of business in a short time.
Pros -simply works
Cons -some people don't understand that it is an e-mail only device and not meant to do anything else
Summary Everyone who wants a portable e-mail device should get this product.
Pros Small easy to carry as well as easy to set up. No long contracts or surprizes.
Cons None a great device. Peek is a winner.
Summary Great device to check email as well as text message. Small enough to carry and so simple to set up. I highly recommend the Peek. I love now just using my cell phone for calls and my peek for email and texts.
"JUST A PEEK"on by CDFOX
Pros is all I wanted to have. this does let me see what's coming at me when I get back to my computer. it does texting now and you can view photo type files. I can forward an email with an attachment that someone's been waiting for.
Cons the keys are a little small and it's a little stiff initially. It doesn't display messages sent in html. I'm still tempted to want to open files or click through to a website but that's why I didn't just get an air card and lug my laptop.
Summary $19.95 unlimited email and texting. no contracts. what a deal!
Pros Up to 3 email accounts can be setup
Txt messaging is now available
battery time 4-5 days under normal usage
Cons $20 a month charge (Too much for what it does) $240 dollars a year!
No instant messaging
Summary Bottom Line- This seems to be an outstanding device that could be capable of becoming the next fad.
It's extremely simple to use and setup.
Price wise I think they should rework the number in order to attract potential buyers but overall a perfect solution for the present day techie!
The ability to Txt message alone was the anti-deal breaker for me.
Considering what Major Cell phone providers charge, do the math and see for yourself.