Scrubs - The Complete Second Season
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Season Two's bonus features include some very revealing episode commentary by creator Bill Lawrence and various cast members, who all describe guest star Rick Schroder as "an odd dude" and make fun of his imploring the cast not to call him Ricky. They also spend a curious part of time studying the female anatomy, from Chalke's bra colors to guest star Heather Locklear's derriere to Miller's bust (this observation comes from Lawrence, who is Miller's husband). Braff's fame after Garden State also comes as an easy target in the commentaries, as well as the network's inability to understand the show, such as asking to remove an episode's reference to the Wonder Twins because they didn't know who they were. Thank goodness the producers didn't listen. -- Ellen A. Kim
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Large display (for a phone) which is sunlight readable
QWERTY keyboard which is very pleasent to use, compared to a number pad
Loaded with software
Plays movies and music
Speaker in the phone is loud and clear, better than most laptop speakers
Battery lasts long enough to get you through the day
Plays MP3's for ringtones
Vibrates AND Rings at the same time, if you so choose
External antenna connection (still looking for adapter...quite sure I'll find one soon)
Comes with high quality handsfree earbud/mic
Sincs easily with Outlook for contacts, calender, and tasks
Voice dial by name or number (works great)
IRDA and cable (included) connection to computer for sinc
No Bluetooth (no worries about hackers stealing your data)
Sometimes it takes a while to complete a task when running through a bunch of programs
Alarm and installed ringtones are pathetic
Doesn't come with car charger (it should, considering the battery life)
Battery life is short
No Bluetooth (toys are restricted to the cabled and IRDA variety)
Last Sierra Wireless phone, which means eventually they'll stop even having a web site for support
I've seen a bunch of folks complaining about the battery life. The way I see it, if the battery lasts until I plug it in at night, with a little to spare, that's good enough.Read more ›
Phone pros: good/decent signal, good/decent call quality. Good external numeric keypad. Predictable battery life (2.5-3 days, though I talk maybe 1 hour in that time). Got a spare battery off an online auction site for cheap. Can use .wav files as ring tones (MP3 -> .wav via Audacity? I haven't tried). SOLID build.
Phone cons: somewhat large (candy-bar with a big screen!), have to get used to the earpiece position (can't rest the phone on my ear)... And once, though the keypad was locked, the phone (slipped into my pant pocket) called up my friend. Weird. But that hasn't happened again. Ringtones could be louder.
PDA - I can sync my contacts with Outlook and keep track of my appointments, which is all I really want. Have also managed to use Gmail via POP3; the VoqMail application does not support POP3.
(For POP3, you have to enter the server IP address and port completely (pop.gmail.com:995, smtp.gmail.com:465), I had some trouble with that. Internet connection via GPRS also has somewhat of a weird work-around - look up the cingular.com FAQ for setting up the Audiovox SMT5600 SmartPhone, nice screenshots.)
PDA pros: QWERTY flip-out keypad good for notes, contacts, appointments. My fingers are not slim, but not fat either - so I can enter data/SMS at a good pace. SD expansion slot. Windows Mobile 2003 SE actually, FWIW. "Flight" mode - but I still turn it off in the plane!
PDA cons: Has frozen (only!) a couple times in 3 months, can't find a reset pinhole, so took out the battery...Read more ›
The biggest problem setting up internet access with this phone is how deeply buried the settings are in Windows Mobile 2003. Here goes: labelled as Action(keystroke)
Start... (left Select)
Data Connections (1)
Menu (right Select)
Edit Connections (1)
GPRS Connection (5)
Menu (right Select)
When you're there, Fill in the description, Set 'Connects To' to Internet, Set the Access Point to [...](still has the retro url). There are other access points you can use, like [...]. Hit the discussion boards. Most say that the access is included with plans above $39.99. Your mileage may vary, as they tailor some plan features to different markets.
That was all I had to do to get this running. Most of the information is on T-Mobile's website, under the Configurator. While this particular phone is not supported, just choose a Pocket PC phone (like the HP) and adapt the directions for the OS.
Once it's running, the browser is great. I like the fact that you can force it to display images larger than the screen (normally it will resize to fit, making maps unreadable). You can use Google Local without too much fuss. Great phone for the price.
Only real downside to phone that I've found: Secure Digital slot is not SDIO, so no Bluetooth (or WiFi) for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great Value nothing wrong with used. I really don't care if the disk are new or not as long as they workPublished 3 months ago by Darren
Pretty self explanatory. Was one of the best comedy shows on TV . The quality could be better. Definitely no HD quality. I just love the show so much it didn't matter to me. Read morePublished 5 months ago by WP