Mine's fairly nice, it's about 12'x12', lovely white padded walls, and ....oh wait, you mean THAT kind of cell...
Verizon LG Voyager. Damn thing has everything, camera, GPS, full keyboard, touch screen with vibro feedback, voice commands, web, e-mail, mp3 player,
tv, you name it...it's absolutely crazy what these things do now...
I just recently upgraded from a Sanyo S1 (candybar style) to a SCP-2700 as well actually, and so far its been awesome aside from getting used to not
having to work with T9 for text messaging. Was quite suprised to see you can also post photos taken with it to Flickr, Photobucket, and a few other
services as well. Only gripe so far is lack of a memory card slot so I'm limited in capacity for ringers and photo storage.
I wasn't aware they made any other type of cell than the one I own anymore.
Of course I speak of the greatest device to ever grace technology. The I-Phone.
Now, I'll stop being pretentious, but seriously, if you have ATT, there's no reason to own any other phone. It does everything, and it does it sexy.
The problem now is that I'll never be able to own any other type of phone. Its like every other apple product I've purchased, they implant
themselves in your life so you can never get used to anything else again.
Well we're discussing 2 types of touch screen there. On a typical touch screen, the device either depends on pressure or warmth to detect where you
are manipulating the information.
On an I-Phone, the screen is actually a electromagnetic membrane under a sheet of glass. You manipulate the information using your body's
conductivity. Therefore, you can literally put no pressure on the screen at all and still make it work. So wearing out the screen is only a
possibility if you poke at it hard or show it to the pavement.
See? Us I-Phone users are freaks. This thing might as well be implanted into my hand. But then we're getting into a discussion more for ATS boards.
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