"has potential..."on by edlee
Pros excellent WiFi & screen
Cons lacks a basic PIM, can't resize screen text
Summary Well, I've had this for a week now and unfortunately returning it. The WiFi connection is GREAT. Much better than my Dell Axim X50v and even Fujitsu P5010D. I thought about this as the "internet tablet" when travelling but the text can be out-right tiny and thus hard on the eyes. Of course you can enlarge the webpages but it jumps 100-150-200%. The fact the screen is SO nice perhaps make the text all that much harder to read. I wanted to try this as opposed to OQO or Fujitsu's convertible tablet P1510 but both lack the "instant" on. Perhaps next generation.
"I love my Treo 600"on by tomho
Pros larger screen & WiFi
Cons no Microsoft format support
Summary I've been doing just fine with my Treo 600 and I think that I'd rather spend $350 toward a new Treo 650 instead!
Pros Nice Proof of Concept
Cons Major formats are not supported
Summary The fact, that it has no calendar features or other Outlook-like features might look as a minus, but regarding the fact, that most Office style applications move to the web and portals, this will become a non-issue (How many times do you want to replicate this info anyway: Home PC, Office PC, Laptop, PDA, Cell Phone ....)
I find the limitation on the multimedia formats a killer, but supporting wma is heresy in the open source world anyway ((. But the market DID decide and WMA is a mayor format.
Another killer is the removable storage size and format limits.
Because the set-up/configuration software is so awkward, I rate this product so slow. I am tired of software whith cumbersome ergonomics and rate every product with this flaw low.