Opening the first flap to reveal contents
A basic slip case, manuals, CD, and warranty are provided.
The bottom section of the box reveals the JAQ3, charger, USB cable, and headset.
The battery is a generous 1250 mAh model.
It is long, but still light enough to be pocketable.
The keyboard is well designed and functional.
There are 8 buttons around the directional pad.
The keyboard has a white backlight with the alternative keys lit as well.
The right side has the miniUSB, headset jack, and power button.
The scroll wheel, OK button, and camera button can be found here.
Yes, we finally have a scroll wheel on a Pocket PC.
The JAQ3 is longer than the Dash, but just about the same thickness.
As you can see they are about the same thickness.
You can backup your device to an i-mate server for a monthly fee.
A Java client and voice command software are included.
You have 128MB ROM and 64MB RAM, but much less available for actual use.
Manage your connections for a simple interface.
Unlike most Phone Edition devices, you can manage your profiles on the JAQ3.