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I was just at MEC last week and had the opportunity to try out the pocket phone for the entire week by AT&T Wireless. The guy you mentioned in this weeks column is absolutely right. It is an amazing product.
Now I'm not the type of person who carries around a PDA all day. I have an iPAQ that I use rarely, but helps me synch my work Outlook with home. Also I use it to wireless browse etc. After trying out the pocket phone, I could really use one. It was so nice and easy to have all of my info right there at MEC. Browsing, chatting with IM, terminal server etc. All from anywhere I was at. The connection was good, speed totally acceptable and quality was great. And with the GSM technology, I could take my SIM card out of my current Nokia 8290 (small phone) and put it into the BIG pocket phone and still have all my programming. It would be great for me to switch between the 2 depending on where I need each one. Give it a try. You will become dependent on it. I was and I generally hate carrying them around.