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|Tue Dec 18, 2001 - 6:16 PM EST - By Mark Pierson|
The package contents, enclosed in Sprint's standard silver box, include the SB3000 module itself, a Lithium Ion battery pack, a comprehensive 170 page User Guide, the Sprint PCS Wireless Web Digital Link CD-ROM, a travel charger, and a Plantronics M-120 headset.
At first glance, the SB3000
looks similar to the VisorPhone, but at 3.9" (including
antenna) x 3.0" x 1.1" and weighing 3.5 oz., it is
slightly larger and heavier than the VisorPhone. When inserted
into the Springboard slot, the module extends the overall length
of the Visor by 1.65" (including the antenna length of .8").
Overall thickness is increased by approximately .44" to the
The module feels rugged and well made. The plastic casing is solid and craftsmanship is exceptional. Even the stub antenna is solid to the point that I don't think it will break if it should snag something.
On the module are three buttons for Power (1),
Phone Apps (9), and Data Apps (8).
There's a Ring Profile Selector slide switch (2),
Service LED (6), Battery
LED (7), the Earpiece Speaker (5),
a standard 2.5mm Headset Jack (3), and the
external Antenna (4).
A Lithium Ion Battery Pack (rated for 7 hours of continuous talk time, 300 hours standby) attaches securely to the rear of the SB3000.
True to the Springboard slot's plug-and-play design, there's
no setup required for the Digital
Link. Simply attach the battery, and insert the
module into the Springboard slot. A full screen Sprint logo will
fade-in and then the main Speed Dial screen of
the Phone App appears (the intial display screen
can be changed in the Phone App's Preferences).
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