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Now Using a Treo 180

Dave Aiello wrote, "Believe it or not, I received my Treo 180 yesterday, got it registered on VoiceStream, got the Internet access configured with my ISP, and wrote this story using the Handspring Blazer browser. Setting up the Treo was time-consuming but straight forward. The hardest part of the process was figuring out how to key the less than and greater than signs to compose the HTML tags in this story. More on my experience with the Treo later."

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