Why is it that few of the mostgratifying phones never make it to the US? The XDA II seeds to mind,which was both very famous oversea and pretty effective like a PocketPC and a phone. At present the i-mate JAM has taken each market bystorm exclude the US where no carrier offers it. Luckily, theinstrument is offered by some of Luckily, the instrument is offeredby some of businesspersons in the US and we accepted ours from DavidWeininger's playfully named Mad Monkey Boy's Gadgets online store, afair and reputable businessperson. Surely, thanks to businessperson,the JAM is enjoying a good deal of success in the US also withoutcarrier support or subsidy.
Although it lacks those competitors'built-in keyboard, it does have a fair fast processor, Blue-tooth ,an SD slot and a camera. If you're not a fixed emailer or SMS hound,the JAM could work good for you. It's usable in 2 GSM tri-bandversions: 850/1800/1900 MHz for the US which we accepted for reviewand an 900/1800/1900 MHz version for Europe, Asia and largelyT-Mobile consumers in the US.
The JAM tallies Windows Mobile 2003 2nd Edition, has a 416 MHz processor, 64 megs of RAM, Blue-tooth, and SDslot encouraging SDIO and a 1.3 MP digital camera. As the instrumentis little, the screen field is merely 2.8" diagonal instead ofthe to a greater extent common 3.5" display used on other QVGAPocket PC. In the box you'll find the unit, 2 stylus, USB sync cable,world charger, stereo headset, black nylon belt clip case, softwareCDs and manual.
The i-mate JAM is a little and curvycreature, with powerfully rounded corners that put a novel face onnormally rectangular PDA designing's. It is significantly littler ascompared to any other Pocket PC Phone Edition model presently on themarket and is little by PDA standards. As phones go, it is large—though not impossibly so. It will fit in most pockets, and thoughmore prominent than many recent feature phones or MS Smartphones , itis not awkwardly large or unwieldy.