I now have the Treo 600. It arrived at lunchtime and it’s all nice and registered with Orange.
My first thoughts after using it are:-
Thank goodness! Orange haven’t diddled with the software much.. one splash screen when you turn the phone part on or off, some set-up options for e-mail and that seems to be it.
The keyboard is a little fiddly to use but OK for me. I doubt someone with larger fingers would be able to use it easily, however.
Although the machine doesn’t have graffiti entry for text it does for menu options! :-/
It’s smaller and lighter than my Palm Pilot Pro except for the protruding aerial. The screen is crisp and bright and can be seen well at high angles. I don’t mind the relative low resolution of 160×160 as this is the same as the Pilot Pro I’m replacing.
Oh, and the camera takes OK pictures and Orange supply a 32MB SD/MMC card which is a pleasant surprise as it doesn’t mention this in the package contents when you buy the machine.
Methinks Handspring are getting Motorola to build the machines for them. Not that there’s any give away’s to this relationship other than the power-pack is a Motorola one and the device is manufactured in Mexico. Oh no, no evidence at all.