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zmiq2
I'm thinking about the new HTc TyTn II; I know, it's windows mobile 6, but it has all the hardware you can need: gsm/3G, wifi, gps, bt2.0, keyboard, touchscreen, sdhc, 128MB RAM, and there's plenty of software like putty, ....

Does anyone have experience on this unit?

I know its windows, I'm windows-free anywhere, but really until the android platform tuns on this beast, this machine is really a powerhorse.

jpmatrix
QUOTE(zmiq2 @ Nov 23 2007, 12:24 PM) *
I'm thinking about the new HTc TyTn II; I know, it's windows mobile 6, but it has all the hardware you can need: gsm/3G, wifi, gps, bt2.0, keyboard, touchscreen, sdhc, 128MB RAM, and there's plenty of software like putty, ....

Does anyone have experience on this unit?

I know its windows, I'm windows-free anywhere, but really until the android platform tuns on this beast, this machine is really a powerhorse.


yeah i saw one working and i was really impressed too...
but i wonder if like all windows products, things are great at the beginning and goes worse when you keep on installing more and more software on it......a friend of mine has a Qtek 9000 and i know he prefer to reboot the device each time before he wants to use it smile.gif lol

but anyway the tytn2 has included all we would like to find on a zaurus machine... sometimes i wonder if i should not sell my Zaurus and buy a brand new machine like tytn 2 or Nokia N95 ... or nokia N810 .... or iPhone (2)....
but then I go to my zauurus, i use Debian eabi and i say : whow! this zaurus is a damn good machine wink.gif
the only thing i really missed is a CF 3G ou CF HSDPA card...
desertrat
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Nov 23 2007, 12:33 PM) *
a friend of mine has a Qtek 9000 and i know he prefer to reboot the device each time before he wants to use it
That means each time he wants to make or receive a call? rolleyes.gif
jpmatrix
QUOTE(desertrat @ Nov 24 2007, 12:23 AM) *
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Nov 23 2007, 12:33 PM) *
a friend of mine has a Qtek 9000 and i know he prefer to reboot the device each time before he wants to use it
That means each time he wants to make or receive a call? rolleyes.gif


hehe smile.gif
no when he wants to use it as a modem for his notebook.
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