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O2 Atom Executive Spuerb !
Jun 02, 2008 09:47 PMRead
I bought this O2 Atom Executvive PDA around Sep 2007 and now I guess it is not into  production anymore.From what I understand is that O2 is been bought by M3G so please dont look into O2 anymore . you can see a differnet brand name.The price is superb. Dam cheap and got very good featur...Read More

And that's what I call a truly executive handphone
Sep 20, 2007 04:03 PMRead
I bought my O2 Atom Exec in June 2007. I always fancied for an O2 business phone since O2 represents Oxygen - something that all living beings require for survival! O2 represents youth, adpatability and flexibility in Europe - well that's what my friends say.  Finally my friend brought it from A...Read More

I love my XDA Exec
Sep 19, 2007 01:56 PMRead
I've been using this device since late 2005. It is very reliable for a Windows Mobile 5.0 based device. It does require resets every few days and the battery runs down quickly when using Wifi or MP3's, but the keyboard is large enough to allow fast typing. The Bluetooth works well. I've never tr...Read More


O2 XDA Exec
Jul 20, 2007 03:41 PMRead
I got it in early 2006.. I despised the i-mate and other cheap like makes cause earlier I had the krome spy which was getting me no-where durability wise..the exec is incred obv almost a laptop with its boulevard processor and keypad(board)..the buttons seem to hold together for almost two years...Read More

Power packed XDA2
Apr 30, 2007 01:55 AMRead
I got the XDA 2 Exec, it was awsome, but a little bulky, with the pull down keyboard and all, the features were amazing, and I could carry all my work with me, by just investing in a 1-gb card. But due to how heavy and the sheer size, I down graded to an O2 XDA II. it does have a pull down key b...Read More

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O2 Xda II Mini - Best of the best
Sep 28, 2006 12:18 PMRead
The O2 Xda ii Mini is a monster packed in a midgets body....The phone build is robust, solid and seems to be made specially for being dropped and banged by butterfingers like me, without any probelms what-soever.I have yet to come across PDA with this kind of software embedding and fines...Read More

Your Laptop...nah Your Tablet PC in your pocket
Sep 06, 2006 11:22 PMRead
After a long stint with Palm Treos, I shifted my loyalty from Palm. I'm talking about discontinuing long term relationship with my Treo 600 and then 650 and shifting to O2 EXEC. Any particular reason? No....and Yes.I was quite happy with my Treo but it was getting obsolete with time and Treo...Read More

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