Even though I'm very happy with my Treo 600, I think I'll give the Micro$oft environment a chance this time around. I've noticed that I mostly use my Treo for PIM functions through Outlook synchronization, besides the regular phone functions, anyway... I've given up on most additional Palm applications, even though I did spend considerable time adding freeware/shareware when I first bought it. And finally, the Treo 650 still doesn't behave well with WiFi, even though there've been some hacks around this recently on Treocentral.
I'm wondering how "big" the Jam feels compared to the Treo. The Treo is not a small device, weighing in at about 160g, I actually get tired having it in my jeans pocket and end up putting it in my briefcase or jacket pocket, especially on long walks. I also avoid taking out to clubs / bars at night, because of its size/weight.
Is the Jam any smaller? Both in actual size and in "feel" ...
Looking forward for Orange to get this out!
My main worry is actually text entry. Treo is superb in this domain with its keyboard, both when it comes to dialing and adding contacts, as well as using the Calendar and ToDo applications. Typing text in the Jam looks like a two handed operation, having to take out the stylus and all ... a bit awkward.
How are you finding this aspect of the "Jam experience" so far??
Edited by Loukas, 10 February 2005 - 12:01 AM.