Treo 650 now for sale, Nokia E61 is my new favorite

I know I am a bit fickle when it comes to devices, but I have had a Treo 650 now for almost a year and a half (granted that was with a couple different units). I LOVE the Nokia E61 and can do everything on it that I can with the Treo and more, except for taking photos. The E61 is very impressive and it is time for me to move on.

You can check out my Treo 650 ad if you are interested. Treo 650 is SOLD!

I am also selling my palmOne Bluetooth headset on TreoCentral. I put the two WiFi SD cards (SOLD the SanDisk WiFi/256MB card) and GN Netcom BT headset on ebay to help raise some funds. I may also have a T-Mobile MDA up for sale shortly, but have to first check it out on Wednesday and see if it is going to be a keeper or not.

Feel free to email me at palmsoloATgmailDOTcom if you are interested in any of these deals and if you mention this blog then I’ll give you a bit more savings.

  1. #1 by NiChiLeMei on June 6, 2006 - 12:59

    I feel for you. I retired my Treo as well. I couldn’t stand the constant re-setting/re-booting. I got a Nokia E61 and love it. This thing is ROCK SOLID, easy to use and very quick. It’s a keeper.

  2. #2 by Robert on June 7, 2006 - 04:16

    Where did / will you buy from? On Nokia demo, it appears the battery must be removed to remove SD card. True?

  3. #3 by palmsolo on June 7, 2006 - 12:31

    You have to remove the battery cover, but not the battery itself. The miniSD slot is on the side and although it slides under the battery the access port is accessible without removing the battery. You could probably make a little custom modification to the battery cover to give you access to the expansion slot, but I rarely take it out anyways so I am fine with it for now.

  4. #4 by Albert on December 15, 2006 - 10:22

    I got the myself a E 61 , But what is a mail for exchange , and how can configure for my gmail and hotmail, please help!!!

  5. #5 by palmsolo on December 28, 2006 - 12:34

    Mail for Exchange is a utility that allows you to get Exchange email on your device. I use a hosted Exchange service, 4smartphone, and have all my email, contacts, and calendar synced to a remote server so I can keep different computers and devices all in sync.

    For Gmail and Hotmail you just use the integrated email application. Even better with Gmail is to use the new Gmail mobile Java client on the E61.

    Sorry for the late response, I didn’t see the comment come up until now.

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