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JAM or M2000

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OK im torn between the M2000 and the JAM, both look cool but which one>>???

They both run the same operating system dont they?

Both have 400Mhz processors

all i can see is the WIfi/fold out keyboard as a difference.

oh and the size lol

all opinions welcome

Cheers :-D

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...if you are going to use it as a phone, I would say the Jam based in it's size...

Cheers

Nick

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Well basically what i want to know is--

What can you do on the M2000 that you cant do on the jam?

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...I would say that the M2000 has WiFi - therefore 'free' and fast internet access where available, it has more memory, so more apps/data can be stored on internal memory and it has a built in keyboard...

...the jam is smaller but has all the power of it's larger rivals...for me, I am using the Jam as I think the M2000 is too big as a phone...

Cheers

Nick

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Now if only the Jam had WiFi... ;-)

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What wifi SD are you using paul--gonna get one of these unless orange give me an M2000 for a good price :-D

EDIT:- and is there any GPS software that will work on it yet?>

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Sandisk WiFi SD... All PPC GPS software should be fine.

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ye but he says the xda2 is bettert hen says he would prefer a jam...

he cares too much about them the music vid and all but best review...

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