I cannot comprehend how anyone ever can work with these "split" style keyboards...
HTC Touch Pro?
I can atest for his qwerty-less brother, it's great, especially if you install Manila 2 on it. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=493531
SSDs are worth every bit of the price tag they wear.
I don't think its possible for me to revert back to traditional hard drives anymore.
Great Phone, or so I have heard. HTC will really have to start messing up in order for me to move away from their phones. Best phones I have ever owned...I currently own the HTC 8925 (AT&T Tilt) running WinMo6.1 w/ Manilla 2d on top of it and this thing is magnificent. Pair that with all of free applications available for Windows Mobile and I have no complaints...
The Touch Pro 2 is supposed to come out soon in America and that will surely be my next phone.
My problem with Blackberry's has always been the OS. Maybe it is just because I am so used to Windows but it seems like everything is so hard to do and customizing its interface is even more option-less.
My problem is finding something that fits my needs as well as my current beloved Samsung i608 (blakcjack).
I love the Blackjack's slim form factor, great keypad and wifi. What I would want is a better web browser, possibly a touchscreen, microSD expansion and Windows Mobile to make syncing data and appointments easier.
I had this in mind:
But, being the curious person I am, I wouldn't mind trying something else.
please elaborate. I think SSDs are highly expensive for being only marginally quicker...
What's the other advantage? Complete silence? Because who cares about that anyway?
PPC PIM backup is my backup weapon of choice when changing roms so when you upgrade it should let you take your data without stuffing around with activesync