Today Susan posts
she is loaning out her Audiovox. Apparently someone in the office is in the market for a new phone. Susan advises them to consider hers first. She goes on to recommend standardizing on one
hardware units. This is like everyone having the same hardware laptop. We can all switch out cd-trays, batteries and power cables. The same is needed when y0u consider cell phones or actually portable devices. I would call Susan's attention to potentially the first Audiovox with WM5
. That would be the SPV600 in the UK. According to MSmobiles the SPV600 in the UK is without Wi-fi. He speculates as to rather the same will be true in the States. I have been awaiting the WM5 version of the Audiovox. I recall somewhere I read late November.
Which phone is correct for you? If you need to stay in touch and informed, the Audiovox is great. If you need to stay in touch and send more than yes and no respones, then you my want to get the larger handset with qwerty keyboards. I personally like the Q over the windows version of the Treo. Why? Price of course, the Q is going to stay in between the phone form factors $299 or less and the PC form factors of $499 or more. The Q is $349 in the states. Sorry can't seem to find the actual link. Look for updates later.
UPDATE! The new Audiovox/HTC 2125 should be on the market today. According to Engadget
the phone hits Nov 18.