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(a.k.a. Orange M500, iMate Jam, MDA Compact, Qtek S100/S110, O2 Xda Mini, Dopod 818)
At just .72 inches thick (slightly thicker than a PSP Go), the Jam fits into a pocket with ease, and its minimalist design is sure to turn heads. It's also easy to use, thanks to a simple control layout which offers quick access to your Outlook calendar, contacts, and key phone functions. Alternatively, the device can be directly controlled with an included stylus that slides out of the Jam's case. While the Jam contains 128 MB of internal memory, a SecureDigital (SD) card slot is provided, allowing you to expand memory to your needs. The slot is also SDIO capable, meaning it supports peripherals such as wireless LAN (wi-fi) cards. The Jam's TFT display supports up to 65,000 colors and the Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC operating system is completely touchscreen-enabled. The screen also features advanced handwriting recognition that is compatible with all of the device's applications. The rear of the Jam houses the camera and there's a standard stereo 2.5mm headset jack, while USB data and charging is handled by docking ports on the bottom of the device.
Many of the Jam's calling features are integrated with the Windows Mobile operating system. For instance, the included Pocket Outlook software features a contacts list that is cleverly combined with the phone's dialing functions. Meanwhile, the phone's handwriting recognition software can be used to dial numbers and enter contact information. The Jam's built-in speakerphone makes it easy to talk without having the phone to your ear. Polyphonic ringtones are available, as is a vibrating alert. Custom ringtones, as well as a picture ID system are also supported. Lastly, the Jam's Bluetooth connectivity makes it easy to sync the unit with a wide range of handsfree, wireless headsets and car kits.
Messaging, Internet and Tools
The Jam is designed as a complete mobile office solution, so Internet and messaging capabilities are robust. The unit comes packed with pocket versions of Outlook, Internet Explorer and MSN Messenger. In addition to keeping track of contacts, Pocket Outlook features integrated calendar and email functions. Microsoft's ActiveSync software keeps the device synced with all of your PC's Outlook information (via USB, IR, or Bluetooth connection). Users who want Internet connectivity on the road with their laptop or PDA can tap the Jam's wireless modem capabilities (carrier data plan charges apply). In addition to Outlook/Exchange Server email connectivity, the Jam also supports POP3, IMAP4 and BlackBerry email protocols. The unit fully supports basic text messaging, as well as multimedia messaging (MMS).
A generous toolset ships with the Jam's Windows Mobile 2003 software. Pocket Outlook includes to-do lists while pocket versions of Word and Excel are included so you can review and edit documents on the go. A calculator, alarm clock and voice memo recorder round out the tools package.
Using the Jam's integrated media functions, you can store MP3 files and easily exchange them with your PC. The included Windows Media Player application can also play videos for even more mobile entertainment. You can also use the Jam's megapixel camera to capture photos, or videos in MPEG4 format. Gaming on the device is also fully supported.
The i-mate Jam weighs 5.29 ounces and measures 4.25 x 2.28 x .72 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 3 hours of digital talk time, and up to 180 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the GSM/GPRS 850/1800/1900 frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Jam handset, stylus, stereo wired headset with microphone, AC adapter, carrying case, USB cable, user manual, quickstart guide, software CD.
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|Operating System ||Windows Mobile™ 2003, Second Edition|
|Keyboard||no hardware keybord|
|Processor||416 MHz Intel xScale|
|Memory||RAM /Flash 64 mb|
Storage 7~26 mb
|Display||240 x 320 pixels, 65,536 (16-bit), TFT|
|Bluetooth®||Yes (version 1.2)|
|Pocket Outlook (POP3, IMAP4, SMTP, BlackBerry(optional))|
|Battery||Talk: 3.00 hours (180 minutes)|
Standby: 180 hours (7.5 days)
Battery Type: LiPolymer, 1200 mAh / removable
|Built-in Camera||Yes (1.3 Megapixel, CMOS sensor)|
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|ranval||review||0||Nov 22 2007, 11:34 AM EST by ranval|
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good and enjoy this review
this is an overview of the chips I was able to (partially) identify
MAX1587A maxim power management chip
313143A05 (BlueCore3) CSR Bluetooth
RF3146 rfmd gsm power amplifier module
TWL3014 TI gsm analog baseband
D751992AGPH 48A7N8W texas instruments gsm digital chip
RD38F1010C0ZTL0 intel 3 Volt Advanced+ Boot Block Flash 32Mbit NOR Flash and 4Mbit SRAM
AIC3 MA17635 0450 v1.1 HTC DS1WM, MPU Timing Generator
5A986 1521E ? 10 pin SOIC LED Backlight DC-DC converter
S432 656 ? Microphone chip
SBD 201538P CC01 504 ? Main speaker
BR93LC66 ? (C66R) Rohm 256x16bits serial EEPROM
bq24022DRCR Texas Instruments Single-Chip, Li-Ion and Li-Pol Charger IC
MAX4410EBE-T (4411 EBE 6AE 504) Maxim ?DirectDrive Stereo Headphone Driver with Shutdown
2c128 f16976-0409 xilinx programmable logic
pxa272fc0416 intel xscale cpu PXA272
HYB25L256160AC-7.5 infineon 64MB RAM - 2x(16MBx16)
380HN C7511 Tu4132Y philips UDA1380 audio de/encoder chip
TSC2046 Texas Instruments touchscreen,battery, temperature measurement.
SN74CB3T3125PW (KS125) Texas Instruments 2.5-V/3.3-V Low voltage bus switch
LX Q614 (6S2E) Kyocera Antenna Switch Module Quad-Band
Aero I Si4205 Silicon Laboratories GSM/GPRS/EDGE Transceivers
the pxa272 cpu, contains 256kByte internal sram, 64MByte flash rom, 416Mhz xscale cpu
|Anonymous||cost||0||May 10 2007, 1:16 AM EDT by Anonymous|
|Anonymous||GPRS Dropping Fails to ReConnect MDA Compact||1||Mar 13 2007, 8:30 PM EDT by Anonymous|
Thread started: Aug 23 2006, 10:08 AM EDT Watch
Hi, have an application that requires an always on GPRS connection, have looked through registry and added an AlwaysOn string and changed redial attempts from 1 to 5 but still doesnt reconnect after dropped.
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