The i-mate JAM was one of the first very compact Windows Mobile Pocket PC phones and as a result, it was a hit. Though not offered by any carrier in the US, it was readily available unlocked from importers and online retailers. In just a year, the JAM has evolved into the JAMin, which keeps the small form factor and adds Windows Mobile 5, a higher resolution camera, WiFi, a quad band (rather than triband) GSM radio and more memory. That's a healthy dose of upgrades for a device that maintains the same small size and sells for roughly the price of the original JAM when first introduced. The 200MHz Texas Instruments processor is the only downgrade from the 416MHz JAM. The JAMin is sold by importers and select online retailers but is not offered by any carrier in the US. Though pricier than carrier subsidized phones, the JAMin is unlocked which means you can use an GSM carrier's SIM and need not sign a contract. It's both a full blown PDA with touch screen and a quad band world phone with Bluetooth and WiFi.
- i-mate JAMIN PDA Phone
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