Yes, folks, my Treo Pro just landed here at WMExperts. Big thanks to everybody who sent in tips that their Treo Pros have shipped. If this weren't the internet, I'd invite you to touch my blessed, blessed head. Since we've already covered the thing six ways from Sunday (Find the full Treo Pro Review and links to a lot more coverage here), I figured the thing to do was lay out just how exactly I'm rocking this thing.
After the break, find Dieter's list of what's installed on his Treo Pro and what accessories he's rocking with it, too.
What can I say about Mobile Shell that hasn't already been said in this full review? Not much: except that I still love it and using it with a flush screen makes it even better. I don't use their custom Today Screen replacement, however, as I prefer the modularity of their standard Today Screen Plugin
Are you surprised after I gushed about Kinoma Play in our review? You shouldn't be. Kinoma Play + 3.5mm headset jack + 8 gig memory card == bliss.
Read the full review. If you want a powerhouse file manager and a great Registry editor, Resco is the one.
Opera Mobile 9.5 Beta (Free)
It's not perfect, but it's still my favorite next-gen browser for Windows Mobile Pro Touchscreen devices.
Skyfire .8 (free)
Just out and just great for multimedia web browsing.
Still the easiest way to get push email from non-Exchange email. Note: they're moving offices right now (Sept 26th), so there will be some intermittent downtime
GooSync (Free or Subscription)
I live in Gmail, so I need that gmail contact and calendar info synced. GooSync is the best of what I've tried.
GPS Info on your today screen: as Malatesta said, is “killer.”
My favorite multi-client IM app right now.
...That about does it for software that's not baked-in. Of course I use Live Search, Google Maps, Telenav, and a few other pieces of built-in software like, oh, Outlook on a daily basis. I'll be adding some games and a few other games and bits as time goes on.
The stock headphones with the Treo Pro aren't actually all that bad, but I need noise isolating headphones and I didn't really want to give up having a microphone and button. These maximos do the job quite nicely.
It's my favorite Bluetooth headset right now -- check out our review of its precedessor, the Z9.
Good in a pinch and small.
Two of them, actually.
Yep, I need to pay for this stuff too and yep, the $200 price drop got me to purchase the Redfly.