The menu 1 gives access to the following apps :
Telephone directory, Scheduler, Password protected memo, Calendar, Memo, World time.
This page features commented screenshots from those Menu 1 apps.
This is maybe the most useful application, since the input method is quite tricky, and the telephone directory is mostly about inputing data once, then checking it every once in a while.
The first screen is what appears after "clicking" the TEL button in menu 1. It's a 3 items view of the sorted contact list. Scrolling up/down the list is available through the UP/DOWN sensitive keys, FUNCTION key opens a menu (similar to the menu detailled in MEMO below) with the DELETE, EDIT and INPUT (new item) options.
Second screen displays an item's content. Entries size may vary and exceed then screen size; it's then possible to scroll up/down using the UP/DOWN keys.
This is an application i've almost never used, mostly because of the input method.
Inputing an entry with correct date/hour/text is so tricky on the small sensitive keyboard that i wouldn't even consider using it on a daily basis.
This is the reason why there's only one screenshot here, proudly announcing "no data"...
Password protected area
This area is the same application as the MEMO, only with a 4 digit numbers protecting it's access. On this screen, a small keyboard appears. That is : each reversed-video digit on the 2 bottom lines of the screen is a sensitive key used to input the password.
The password itself appears right to the "set?" mark, where my scanner actually scanned the top of the blinking cursor.
This is an interesting screen, since it's the only keyboard using only 2 of the lines, and the organisation of this screen has a fun pocket computer feeling.
The calendar is a nice illustration of the graphic screen possibilities. No screen-key are used in that application; the UP/DOWN keys allow moving through the months
The use of this applciation is detailled with the pictures below. The use of the MEMO is very similar to the use of the Telephone directory.
Those screenshots show the alpha-numeric keyboard used in all the PIM applications, as well as some interesting features, such as japanese characters display.
Another cool use of the graphic display. The world map can scroll horizontally by pressing on the left or right of the screen. When stopped, the current timezone is blinking in the center of the screen.