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i-mate JAM GSM/GPRS Pocket PC

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  • Tri-band GSM Pocket PC
  • Smallest Windows Pocket PC available
  • GPRS for Internet or remote office access
  • Bluetooth
  • Windows Pocket PC Second Edition
  • 64MB RAM
  • SDIO/MMC slot
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Technical Details
BrandIMATE
Item Weight980 g
Product Dimensions25.4 x 16.2 x 8.8 cm
Item model number99HAK014-00
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006N2DRE
Best Sellers Rank 364,125 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight980 g
Date First Available13 Aug. 2004
  
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The i-mate JAM is the smallest GSM/GPRS-enabled Pocket PC available. The units come supplied with 6 months warranty supported by eXpansys.Use for playing MP3s, making voice calls, collecting emails, taking pictures and much more. To read the PDA Essentials review of the JAM click here. Features: Operating SystemWindows Mobile 2003 Second Edition Dimensions58mm x 108mm x 18.1mm Weight160g GSM/GPRSTri-Band 900/1800/1900 MHz BluetoothYes CameraYes Memory SlotSDIO/MMC The most exciting advance in PDA/phone hybrid products is here. The i-mate JAM is set to become the ultimate single solution to the communications and entertainment needs of the modern day. The smooth curves of this tiny PDA hide massive functionality in its small form. The i-mate JAM is tri-band, Bluetooth compatible and runs on Windows Mobile Second Edition software which includes standard packages such as Pocket Outlook, Phone, Internet Explorer, MSN Messenger and Games. With a healthy 64MB RAM and ROM, MMC/SDIO slot and 1.3 Megapixel digital camera slot the i-mate JAM is packed with full customisable features, as well as being incredibly stylish and easy to use. Designed as a small, mid-tier device, the JAM offers exceptional audio quality, allowing users to access online music and Internet with the built-in GSM/GPRS mobile phone and the new Windows Media Player 10. As a feature of Windows Mobile 2003, you can choose to display your information in portrait or landscape mode, allowing for unparalleled ease of use. As a standard bonus, all i-mate device users can register for free on Club i-mate and take advantage of their own personal email account with calendar and contacts, and stay up to date with the exclusive downloads, offers and online support services. Box Contents : i-mate JAM Stylus AC Adaptor Carry case USB sync cable User manual Headset Quick start guide Sync software CD These units ship with 6 months manufacturers warranty.

Box Contains

  • i-mate Jam
  • Stylus
  • AC Adaptor
  • Carry case
  • USB sync cable
  • User manual
  • Quick start guide
  • Sync software CD


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    In many ways, the i-mate JAM is an unexceptional Pocket PC/phone combo, much like the O2 XDA. However, its small size makes it genuinely pocketable, and a practical alternative to a smartphone. The full Pocket PC operating system is more flexible than the Smartphone edition of Windows (as seen on the i-mate smartphones and the Orange SPV). In particular, it's a much better device for Web access: with appropriate third-party software, you can squeeze an SVGA Web page to fit (just) legibly without reformatting.
    A few cons that cost it a star:
    - Modest battery life. Good for size and for a pocketPC, but worse than a phone (although modern high-speed colour phones can be pretty poor, too). Top up the charge every day (it charges from its USB cable, so it's easy) and you'll be fine.
    - No cradle supplied, or even available at the time of writing. Seems like a crazy omission, but no more than an inconvenience.
    - No built-in Wi-Fi. Easily added with a Sandisk 256Mb + Wi-Fi SDIO card, but that annoyingly pokes out the top. No doubt this will come on the JAM 2.
    - No GPRS EDGE. Also likely to appear in later models.
    - Slight flakiness. Compared to, say, one of the simpler Nokia phones, anything powered by Windows is going to look a bit flaky. The worst problem I've encountered so far is with Bluetooth: with my SonyEricsson HBH-300 headset, after almost exactly 8 minutes on a call the remote party can no longer hear me, even though I can hear her or him fine. Dropping and reconnecting clears the problem, but it's a pain.
    Although I'm a gadget fan, I'm pretty picky about what to use day-to-day for communications. For e-mail, I'm hanging onto my Blackberry for now, but the JAM is small enough to have become my phone, and it's handy still to be able to have data connectivity even when I've left the Blackberry at home.
    Recommended.
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    I love my I-Mate JAM since getting it three months ago. The battery life is superb - much better than any of my previous phones. It can go for days without charge, and 72 hours of battery life are reserved so your PDA won't lose any data if you do manage to drain it.
    The worst part of the phone is the Windows Mobile operating system. Can be flakey at times, and some of the options are in strange places so certain things look to be designed by several different software teams that never talked to each other. Good once you get used to it though, although I have had to add quite a few third party freeware and shareware purchases in order to get decent functionality from the device. It's good that you can do that easily and makes the device fun to own due to all the tweaks and software you can add to customise.
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    Fairly simple operating system which is easy to work out even if you don't read the manual. My husband & I both bought the same phone so we could beam appointments & shopping lists etc. Only problems we've had has been short battery life, freezing screen and repositioning of touch point. Occasionally it will loose signal so you have to do a soft re-set. Also had problems with blue tooth (Nokia). However, we will buy the same brand again next time (maybe next model up) as overall it has been the best phone either of us have ever had & we're really happy with it.
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    I've had it a few months. It's a good PDA but a below average phone. In total it's still a good package like the other reviews say. I have to manually stop all running applications (like calender?) before I can sync it with my PC which is a hassle. It's short coming are mainly because of the Microsoft clunky operating system. Just like my PC it causes problems. Why can't Microsoft make a stable operating system???
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    By A Customer on 16 Feb. 2005
    I've had my JAM for 6 weeks now and just love it.
    The JAM works great as a PDA but unfortunately falls a little short as a mobile phone. Don't get me wrong, the JAM does all the basic phone functions but seems to be missing some of the nice to haves??
    I have given this item "4 stars" as I think it's excellent but definately has room for improvement.
    Andrew Birt
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