"It actually turns out that in most cases we find out that these are very different customers. The Pocket PC device tends to appeal to customers who have already adopted most of the Microsoft software for back office systems. The Treo, on the other hand, is much easier to set up from a desktop. It really turns up being an end user device. Anyone can grab the Treo and the advantages of the Treo are just automatically appealing." Another advantage of the Treo 650….a cheaper unlimited data plan. Sprint says that's because the PocketPC's bigger screen, more powerful processor and far more built in memory…means its Web browsing experience is richer…as are its capabilities for downloading video and audio. You can find us on the Web at Bootcamp.com. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.