Managing your visual media is made easy via albums. The album gives a nice thumbnail of each picture, making it much easier to locate exactly what you are looking for.
One of my favorite aftermarket programs is PDA Net. This program functions as a wireless broadband modem for your phone. Plug it into a laptop and you have instant broadband internet wherever the phone picks up an EvDO signal. I have sat outside playing an MMORPG on my laptop without a problem on it. It's capable of up to 50 kb/s download speeds from what I was achieving around town. It's a must have if you do a lot of traveling. The full version of the program sells for around $35.00 USD.
On Demand let's you browse headlines, check your local weather, get maps and other handy features in an instant. I particularly like the news headlines, as it allows me to instantly keep up with happenings around the globe. The local weather is also quite nice, allowing you to even view a live radar image.
The integrated camera on the 700p is 1.3 megapixels (1280x1024 resolution). It features a 2x optical zoom which is decent for a mobile phone. The picture quality is about average for cell phone cameras; nothing spectacular. It is a good way to capture those once in a lifetime moments if you don't have a digital camera handy. The camera also works as a video camera, although again, the quality is not that great, but what cell phone camcorder is?
The speaker on the 700p performs very well. I listen to music while sitting at my desk at work. For those songs you don't want others to hear, you can use the headphones/mic.
One of the biggest flaws I found with this PDA phone is the lack of MP3 ringtone support. On a phone so advanced, you'd figure this would be included. The 700p does support MIDI or WAV files, however. Have no fear though, as there are a ton of aftermarket programs available that make MP3 ringtones a possibility. One such program is Lightwav which can be had for around $25.00 USD.
The phone comes with your typical AC power cable for charging. The hotsync cable can also be used to charge the phone from a computer through the USB port. This cable is not very sturdy when plugged in however, and is prone to coming unplugged very easily. This causes a bit of a problem when using the phone as a modem. As long as you can find a nice place to lay the phone while you have it connected, you're ok.