SONY CLIE T615C/S SILVER 16MB HHLD USB HOTSYNC CRADLE SONY CLIE T615C/S SILVER 16MB HHLD USB HOTSYNC CRADLE

SONY CLIE T615C/S SILVER 16MB HHLD USB HOTSYNC CRADLE

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  • Clie great, but is a Palm more compatible?

    Oct 30, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Great color screen and capabilities. Very small and lightweight
    Cons: Difficult to find accessories to fit it.

    Summary: I purchased my Sony Clie 6 months ago when it was the top of the line. I have since seen it come down in price by about $150, and I have seen other manufacturers produce similar products. I had to learn the hard way that 1) the buttons on the ... read more

  • SONY releases another Palm m series Killer!!

    Jun 11, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: 16MB, Low price compared to Palm offerings,High Res Screen, Jog Dial
    Cons: Battery life could be better,Wish the processor was faster

    Summary: To sum it up, I have owned many Palm Handhelds in the past 2 years: Palm IIIx, Palm m505, Handspring Visor, Visor Platinum, Sony Clie N610C, and now the T615! (thank god for Ebay!) The T615 does what Palm has yet to do, evolve the color screen ... read more

  • Comparison of 610, 615 and NR70 Clies

    May 5, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great screen for text.
    Cons: Screen is much inferior to 610C and NR70 Clies. Not usable for photos.

    Summary: Iím posting this same review for three Clies: the 610C, the 615C and the NR70 since Iíve owned all three (and returned the 615C) and can compare them well. I bought a 610C in November 2001. I needed a PDA to help me with my calendar ... read more

  • Slim and gorgeous color PDA

    Mar 23, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Outstanding screen, memory stick expandability, large 16M memory
    Cons: Poor rocker switch, Intellisync software

    Summary: The T615C is the high-end model in Sony's slim Cliť T line. I got mine for $360 from Dell, which is slightly pricey but not all that much for a superlative PDA. It has a wonderful 320x320 screen (normal Palm devices only have 160x160), ... read more

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