Now after using other devices with thumb keyboards and Smartphone capabilities, I have to admit I am quite impressed with the Treo 600. One of the most impressive features is the way you can control everything from the directional pad and keyboard, unlike the PDA2K where there are times when you have no option other than the stylus. It is also quite refreshing to zip between apps and have no lag time or pausing.
One of the coolest things I did was to download and install SplashBlog and Handmark Express right over the T-Mobile data network while we were furniture shopping this weekend. It is nice to be able to install .PRC files so easily on Palm Powered devices. I then took a couple photos and posted them to my SplashBlog account too. I can’t wait to check out the Treo 650 when it arrives and compare it to the 600. It may be tough to fork out another $300 for the 650, but Bluetooth and higher resolution may win out in the end.