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Johnny, could you please hold my Treo.

As you know, for months now I have been using my Treo to watch movies or other video programs while I'm travelling and I recently converted the complete fourth season of 'The West Wing'.

Anyone who has tried this will however soon come to the realisation that holding the Treo in your hand for hours on end can become a little uncomfortable.  I have therefore been on the lookout for a 'holder' of one type or another in which I could place my Treo and watch movies at ease on a plane or train.

Yesterday I finally came across a fun, simple and cheap ($3.95) solution in the form of the 'Johnny Cell Phone Holder' by Koziol below.

Johnny is a cheerful, open arms, translucent plastic holder (available in a number of colours) which I am delighted to have found and that fits my Treo like a glove.

I am now using it as an amusing place where my Treo can 'hang' while not in use.  Sure, I'm won't be able to charge it at the same time but that's not really the point.

As I described, I wanted to take Johnny along my trips to watch movies and I naturally had to check if it would work with my headphones (annoyingly) plugged in at the bottom of the Treo.  I tested this with a 2.5mm (below left) and 3.5mm + adaptor (right) headphones and while they both fit fine it was obvious that the width of the Treo headphone adaptor made it easier to balance.


Whether you're just looking to add a small gadget on your desk or like me use it as a holder to watch movies more comfortably, Johnny should prove to be a fun and colourful (see below) addition to your Treo accessories.

Johnny is available in Blue, Green, Orange and Red.


UPDATE: A number of Treonauts have asked me how I go about converting DVD's for playback on my Treo as well as standard video files.  Although I haven't (yet) updated this information for the Treo 650, for DVD's please read my post Treo 600 DVD Movies: As Simple as 1, 2, 3... and for standard video files read Video To Go for your Treo with Kinoma as the process between the Treo 600 and 650 remains the same.

Treonauts embrace their Treo a little more every day...

Posted by Andrew on April 1, 2005 at 07:03 AM

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by Treonaut | Apr 1, 2005 10:41:39 AM

...Looks [EDITED] a bit phallic

by Tony | Apr 1, 2005 5:47:34 PM

How are you converting your programs, and how much space to they take up? I didn't even know it was possible...cool.

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