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Old 04-15-2007, 03:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys and am debating should I gohead and get rid of my treo 700wx now and get the 8703e or wait for the 8830. Anyone that used the 8830 what do you recommend?
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No one really knows what the 8830 will really be as it has not been officially announced as far as I know. You might want to go to a Cingular store and look at the 8800 and compare it to an 8700c. At least you will know the look and feel of both devices. the 8703 is essentially the same as the 8700c and I am sure the 8800 will have the look and feel of the 8830.
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Hey guys and am debating should I gohead and get rid of my treo 700wx now and get the 8703e or wait for the 8830. Anyone that used the 8830 what do you recommend?
I have the 8703 and have looked at the 8800. The track ball vs the scroll wheel did seem like a major improvement to me, but takes some getting used to.
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