View Full Version : From UX50 to Treo600 or Pocket PC??
06-09-2004, 11:15 PM
If you were getting tired of your UX and wanted to get something new, would you get a Treo600 or go to PocketPC? Why?
06-10-2004, 02:56 AM
I think you need to set the stage a bit more to get the response you looking for, Maybe ask:
If you needed a all in one device which one would you get and why?
If you are tired of carrying two devices to connect your UX to the internet what would you buy - Smart phone or OS phone (PPC/Treo)?
You see the UX is still considered Fairly New being well less then a year old. I don't see any replies to your thread based on the fact that I can not see anyone getting tired of something so useful and still fresh (unless they hated it for some reason but that seems unlikely too since people don't waste 549-700 dollars without researching investment). So that why I directed you to try setting up a scenario that is more realistic, maybe there will be people who will post. Use my examples if you like, and I will give you my input.
06-10-2004, 06:12 AM
we would have to know what your after, but believe me a PPC will seem so SLOW and klunky compared to a Palm.
06-10-2004, 08:12 AM
I tried migrating from UX to the Treo. I wanted to smash the Treo into little pieces because of the lo-res screen. It does not have bluetooth support either. If you don't mind these drawbacks, then by all means give the Treo a try. There is at least one other poster (yoyoyoo) that is using a Treo right now - hopefully he will see this thread.
06-10-2004, 08:51 AM
I actually just bought my husband a Treo 600 and on the same day it came, worked on getting my UX50 set up through my T-mobile, SE T630. After sitting the two side by side I really don't know what I like better. I agree with Vision's observation about the all in one thing. I am constantly pullin' up my scrubs carryin' around all this electronic crap. Unfortunately, I can't see getting rid of my UX-50. The other thing that is nice is that you don't have to do as much tech stuff to get the treo to do all the cool internet/sms things........
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