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I'd rather have a Kindle and one of those EEE tablets, might as well get a device that's the best at it's designed purpose.
Your phone is what, $500-600? I'm not saying it's a screamer, but for a $250 tablet, it does ok. I'd still rather have an iPad if they were the same price
Maybe without a contract, but no-contract phone prices are artificial and meaningless. My phone cost $199 with a 2 year contract. You can't get an iPad or Xoom anywhere near that cheaply, contract or no.
except for Virgin Mobile - a $100 adapter, $30 a month unlimited 3G. You end up dropping over a thousand with any other wireless modem.
I think I'm just going to bite the bullet and get an iPad2 3G this week. Yeah, I could pump more money into speculative investing or nose candy but dragging this laptop around sucks.
I bought 4 shares on Sharebuilder for the 50 dollar bonus
BTW my Nook isn't 800MHz it's 1.2GHz
And probably still not as smooth as my Fascinate at 800mhz.
Nothing beats my beastmode BlackBeery @80mhz. You know I'm your hero.
Blackberry app selection and browser both stink, but the real killer for me was the horrible unrealibility of the 3G data connection. Maybe I just got a bad unit, but the one they issued at work will take 5-10 minutes to regain a data connection if it loses it (which happens often since I work in a building that murders reception)
You have a Kindle AND a Nook
The nook has not once been used for its intended purpose
And probably still not as smooth as my Fascinate at 800mhz.I'm glad you and Obed like yours, but I just wasn't impressed by the hardware.
You say hardware, but could it have been the software? I mean, you rooted it (or whatever you kids call it).
Google+: First ImpressionsSeems pretty cool.
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