Summary: My compny has issued these to the sales staff to keep us connected with the email, internet, etc. Functionlly it all works Ok, although as a windows based product you still need to do the odd re-start when it stops working. The keys are a pain to use but I'm geting faster at it. the voice activation is frustrating, works OK in the quet office or home but has problems when you're driving to clearly hear you (which is when you really need it).
Pros: Voice activation (in quiet environment). Does what it is supposed to do (connectability)
Cons: The keys. The scroll pad ( I turned it off) Poor Manual
Summary: Its a great smart phone and very reliable, the only issue it does have are just the usual problems with smartphones and not unique to just this model. All camera's without flash take poor pictures is poor light, that is a given. but in good light it will take a nice picture. WM6 is extreamly reliable. I have never needed to reset it. I have never had a call drop out ever. I have had the phone for over 4 months now.
Summary: Not a bad unit.. We did some serious testing of this model but despite it being a great little screen, the ROM build was a little early meaning it had some battery life challenges. We ended up fitting out the team with Dopod 838Pro units and have been very happy indeed with the Dopod 838Pro solution. Grabbed the last batch for $675 (half price) from www.pressdigital.com.au - so can't complain about the price either.
Pros: Great form factor
Cons: Battery life could be bettery but that's the price you pay for "tiny technology"