HP iPAQ hw6920 / hw6925 / hw6915 / hw6945
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Top message: The first orders by Monday by Phreddy
Replying to: Re: The first orders by Monday by ReiDrew
Hi Reidraw. I am not using Micrsoft streets so I didn't download it as I am not real impressed by it's utility. It came with street disks and it is a trial addition...I think you pay 60 bucks for it after the trial. I have used Teletype mapping software because unlike some other companies you can us it on your main computer then download sections into your PDA storage card. Much more sections at a time than the MS streets. I haven't ordered the new version yet so I am unable to tell you how it will work out but Tech support assures me it will (heard that before). I have Tmobile so I just put the chip from my existing phone into the 6945. I then activated both the GPRS and Tmobile hotspot over the phone in just a few minutes and it's about 30 bucks a months for both as a package, that was cool. I use the hell out of those hotspots as they are the most ubiquitous here and overseas. I notice the phone here in Colorado Springs is pretty much staying on the EDGE for the GPRS and the WIFI at a hotspot in a Starbucks worked even faster. I really like have the ability to use either or. As for sound it seemed about the same as any other phone to me as well as the speaker phone. Doesn't come with a lot of ring tones (5 or 6) and they are all lame but you can make your own or download some additional. I haven't used a bluetooth headset yet but it worked excellent on a LCD projector that accepts it. I haven't even used the GPS system yet so I wish I could tell you how that works.
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