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  • PDA Phones

    Has anybody used the Motorola Q? How is it?

    I had my heart set on a Treo, but the price, especially since I'm on a contract renewal, not switching to a brand new carrier, is a bit of a barrier. I mostly need the PDA capability (in addition, of course, to upgrading my broken phone), so I'm wondering if the Motorola Q, at about $200 less, might be a better call.

    Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...

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    Re: PDA Phones

    It's good to note that most of the Phone community doesn't call the Q a PDA, and here's why:

    It runs Windows Mobile for Smartphone. There's two different types of Windows Mobile; Pocket PC and Smartphone. Smartphone lacks a touchscreen, and lacks certain features of Windows Mobile for Pocket PC.
    -Monorail Man


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