seems great but - with a phone that size you would really want to be able to voice dial from a bluetooth headset.
Also - seems a pity that they only give you 64 meg of ram.
I have been using my jasjar since october when they came out. I power it via a usb cable attached to my cigarette lighter in the car, or by connecting the usb cable to any running pc (it wont sync without active sync naturally). Also be aware that the firmware was updated this week to allow push from exchange 2003 sp2, see the www.clubimate.com website to download it.
for the person who kindly answered my question about the video size-quality,THANKS
there is a big problem with my jasjar when it turn off its lights i must restart it to turn on another time ..please help me its imei no :355195008077306 s\n :ht536dv12679 p\n :99hauo64-00
Please can anyone tell me, how much memory does this phone have without the memory card. The GSMARENA doesn't have this information. I came to know from someone that it has 4 GB of memory, is it true, please reply... Will be grateful to you...
The video clips quality can be divided into many sub categories, but the best resolution is 320x240 , or QVGA
its been a long time ive decided to buy a pda and the jasjar was my choice. as i read more and more reviews it seems that jasjar is an extremely good tool for someone who is related with IT, where he can connect to different servers etc. for me, a single user of a pda will it be ok? or will i get lost in the many features it has?
btw can the phone get charged through a usb cable? like ipods? beacause the short duration of the battery is a a bit frightening
Anyone who ever gave a rave review... shame on you. Actuall it was really nice (except for anoying popup messages from windows 5.0)(except you cannot use it and drive). In the two days I owned it, it did lock up three times. I had to remove the battery to reboot. Never figured out GPRS settings. Lots of good things though. I didn't mind the size or weight after a day. I liked the new outlook. Many good things but overall... I had to return it.
I have just recently purchased The JAMJAR on orange UK ( Also called SPV M5000)I am having problems connecting to the Pocket MSN. Its connecting to "Orange GPRS internet" but then comes up with an error message, saying "login failed because service is not responding".
Any ideas on how i can correct this?
The Jasjar is a tri band, but does it operate fully, within USA & Canada ?
If you have snychronization problems it is from the new Windows 5. You need to turn off any Anti-Virus programs that you may have running or spyware programs. Make sure they are off and exited from them then plug in to try and sunchronize. That should solve the problem. Also this scree is a VGA screen for the person who asked about Video Clip quality. It should be VGA Quality which is one of the best for the PDA's on the market today. Dell uses it on their AXIM, HP on the IPAQ 4700 and Imate on this model. Acer just released a new 300 Model that uses this VGA screen as well but the proessing power is a bit weak. They should have out in a faster processor. I am getting the new Dell and will stick to using my phone for phone calls which is much better any ways for call clarity and fewer dropped calls.
I own a JASJAR, since September 2005 and bought it for my on the road IT services and I have to say it's a great device.
I use the JASJAR, to access different kind of servers, e.g. Citrix, Terminal Services, SSH Linux, AS400, VNC, Telnet, Network Browser to mount shares locally on the JASJAR and printing to network printer on the network.
All these services works great when I'm connected at work to the corporate wi-fi network, but I have a challenge with the VPN connection on the JASJAR on a public wi-fi hotspot.
For instance every time I tried to connect to the Citrix server at work using the VPN connection it drops the connection immediately and start connecting through GPRS.
I don't know why, I tried many different options, but couldn't solve it. Any help would be great.