Sprint Pocket PCs Salt Lake City UT

Sprint pocket PCs allow users to stay connected to the Internet wherever and whenever with the convenience of a small device with all the capabilities of a laptop. Here you’ll find additional information on Sprint pocket PCs as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

Wasatch Computer Technology
(801) 575-8043
333 S 300 E
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Sct
(801) 485-6000
90 S 400 W Ste 500
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Equis International
(801) 265-9996
90 S 400 W
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Collections Inc
(801) 575-6504
844 S 200 E Ste 100
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Enableus
(801) 415-7200
1937 S 300 W Ste 115
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Staples
(801) 355-9444
400 S 624 E
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Uinta Business Systems
(801) 461-7600
332 Bugatti Dr
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Brookline Technologies
(801) 984-7800
345 Bearcat Dr
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Anthem Technology
(801) 485-9155
1321 S State St
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Data Flow Inc
(801) 579-0273
560 S 300 E
Salt Lake City, UT
 

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Sprint's new PPC-6700

I am currently looking at this COOL new PPC PE from Sprint. It is a GREAT device with a few uncorrectable issues, but 1st:

the GOOD- 1. It is the 1st Pocket PC Phone Edition to sport WM 5.0 (and I LOVE the new OS!) By beating everyone to punch for 5.0, Sprint has a sure winner for all of you early adopters out there. Samsung's i730 (Verizon) is WM 2003 2nd Edition, but should receive an upgrade in the near future.
2. The larger keyed, landscape oriented QWERRTY keyboard gets my vote for the best "thumb" keyboard I have ever used, with 1 exception (see the UGLY below)

3. The numeric layout of the keys is across the TOP row, so no more Palm 600/650, mini number dialing or numeric input--a big PLUS! A double-tap of button acts as a NUM lock (unlike the Samsung i730 that does NOT have a NUM lock option, and a poor numeric keyboard layout for left-handers (like me).

4. There a 5 programmable hardware buttons, but see the BAD below for addition information. The i730 has 5 buttons, but they are easier to map due to the hard engraved, recognizable icons.

5. The device will sync and charge using a STANDARD USB 2.0 mini cable!!! The Samsung i730 has a unique, proprietary Mini-USB "looking" cable, that, if lost, is a big problem, and it does not charge the unit.

6. Removable, replaceable battery! The unit can also use an optional extended life battery. The charger is equipped to charge the unit with this battery (or the standard battery) installed, as well as charging either battery in a 2nd charging bay. This is similar the i730, however, Samsung includes both batteries in the retail package.

7. Decent built-in still and video camera with light.

8. Built-in WiFi, Bluetooth, and EV-DO high speed data that can be tethered to a laptop. The i730 has all three as well, but cannot be tethered to work as a high-speed laptop modem.

the BAD:

1. Mini-SD slot! I have so many standard SD cards, now I have get the mini's. (I never even liked the Mini Cooper.) If you are going to have a Mini SD, complement it with a standard SD slot as well.

2. The unit has no place to attach a bungie. I am waiting for my 6700 to plop into the toilet at an inopportune moment. The i730 has a bungie hole to spare me this experience.

3. As mentioned above, the programmable hard buttons are difficult to map. I am hoping to get a map from Sp...

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