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actually, at the LYP and Digital mall ive been to, they said asus p525 has the least warranty problems compare to others pda apart from its solid built quality with unrivalled performance speed n power due to its turbomode and these salesman sells all brands on thier shelves. ive personally tested the asus. nokia , pda? lol i think theyr better off with normal phones, really. the n series is a huge quality problem. nobody hype abt nokia's pdas like u kiddies. probly its meant for tht age group, rich kids with big colorful toys n then probly u may get the nokia. n u said uve nvr heard abt asus as a huge reputable brand in the IT n pda b4? then uve not really know tech yet. shame on u to loud in here.

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  • 2007-02-05 15:39
  • ibbH
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seems cool,the features are good and asus is a trusted brand

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  • 2007-02-05 12:52
  • ijf}
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I cant believe u said that.
You are comparing a Windows mobile ppc with a Nokia???
Let me guess . You've never used a Pocket PC before!!

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  • 2007-02-05 12:45
  • MyG1
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dont be such a hater... if you like nokia then dont brag about your phone here... this is a very good phone.. much better than nokia in performance... use your brain not just your eyes.. if you want a high performance PDA Phone then buy this.. if you want to brag about your phone then dont post such pathetic message here!

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  • 2007-02-05 05:57
  • PBsd
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The Nokia N-series and HTC pocketpc powerhouses plus even the ETEN glofiishes beats this asus featurewise. If you want keyboardless phones than the Apple iphone and Gigabyte g-smart i300 does far better job than this ugly p735. If you really hooked on just the processor take a look at O2 XDA Atom Life. Now you see how crappy this p735 really is.

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  • 2007-02-05 02:39
  • jCfE
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as a user who tested and used so many kinds of phones and PDAs, having qwerty keyboard is useless, it's alot harder to type than the software based kayboard in the screen area. i have a software where it can show alphanumeric keyboard, qwerty and azerty layouts of the keypad on the screen and it is alot easy to use than having a real keyboard under the lcd screen.

asus and HTC were companies from only one country, taiwan. so both of them were great in making PDAs. HTC for features and ASUS for performance=D.

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  • 2007-02-04 03:46
  • 2A3m
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With more than 25yrs of expertise & delivering high-quality IT products. IMO, Nokia cannot matched the technological advantage/expertise of ASUS. Ey, nokia IT Dept. what can u say? Even the german automobile maker Lamborghini have teamed-up with ASUS. VX1 Lambo laptop ROCKS!

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  • 2007-02-04 02:05
  • RKnp
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love Asus its a good IT company,my Pc is Asus and its the best , but for phones i hope they will be the best but they have to leave Microsoft and make their own software.!!

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  • 2007-02-04 01:09
  • PxvC
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ASUS as a computer brand is a Very big and one of the best. All those who are in the IT industry would be aware about this.They have a good market share in Optical Drives , Mother Boards and Graphics Card.
This is the first phone so as time passes they would do well in the phone Business too...

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  • 2007-02-02 11:44
  • PF3X
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Average phone. If you want a real mean pda phone get a HTC or Nokia!

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  • 2007-02-01 14:19
  • PFM7
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personally, i have never heard of asus, so i have no real experience with the past phones, but this just looks ugly, sure it has more processing power than the M3100, but the orange phone, while i detest orange, does look alot nicer, and also comes with a QWERTY keyboard like most smart phones today. there is nothing more annoying than on screen keyboards when you try to type something out!!! it seems that the core features of this phone have been worked through (unlike Moto!) but the little things have had less attention.

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  • 2007-02-01 10:51
  • mTy8
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Asus Brand, well its great ill prove it in my self in my pc board,dvd drive, it could last long.And now i have my J208 mobile. Picture resolution? clear as crystal. Compatibility? amazing.. Features it was so great.

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  • 2007-02-01 08:55
  • w0PY
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well have some research for ASUS P525 and also the company itself. see how P525 become the fastest PDA as of now.imho you are stucked with the only popular nokia and HTC so you won't have enough knowledge to post some good points but to say unlawful words. please read the rules first before going to be rude boy.

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  • 2007-01-30 04:46
  • 2A3m
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I think this is a more beter phone 2 show off
who dont know the name Asus ?
and how many people have a Asus phone
and this much funtions te screen is a litte bit negative

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  • 2007-01-29 22:24
  • m75d
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Why a so good mobile hasn't it got a keybord inside, like Tytn?

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  • 2007-01-29 08:53
  • SfJC
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good looking phone and more prominent to see touch screen and abt cam should need sum more xtra zoom ==

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  • 2007-01-28 09:58
  • PTne
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ozair:

you better read my previous post,
first of all, performance wise your mighty(as you say) N95 is just mediocre, it has GPS, 5mp camera and Symbian and blah blah, but lacks full processing power that is offered in ASUS PDAs, if you don't research about ASUS PDAs, P525 is the fastest PDA phone according to benchmark, the Symbian OS is the worst of all OS available in terms of reliability, compared to Windows,Linux, and MAC OS. as i always say, features are worthless if the processing performance is mediocre. N95 looks uglier than this ASUS phone IMO. iphone has the best appeal all in all.

jCfE:
so you say all consumers need GPS, 5mp carl-zeiss camera, Symbian OS 9.2, 2.6 inch non-touchscreen LCD, and everything? hey boy, you must learn that having every features overexagerated in one phone means nothing but something to brag only to your friends. in ASUS, you get what you pay for, with corresponding quality and performance.

in my own verdict, nokia will rush the production of N95 in an effort to thwart the threat the fact that N95's sales can be overthrowned by iphone and prada. i expect the performance result to be very bad again, rushing is the worst attitude of nokia towards global market.

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  • 2007-01-28 03:51
  • whB9
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this phone look good but can;t compare the mighty nokia n95,,it can compare the iphone but not nokia n95... gps 5 meg, just too much for a phone, i mean a world phone not a tri band

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  • 2007-01-27 20:59
  • kCUI
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Give it up p735 lovers this phone sucks no matter how much the company pays you to get people to look again at what people see as crap.

First impression is everything and the general consensus is this p735 cannot do what all other (some available now) all-in-one phones can, does not have what people are looking for and they tell you that straight. You can advertise your big smelly fish but you are still a smelly fish.

You should be thanking the wonderful discerning people here for being generous taking a look but there is no satisfying orgasm here folks (imho).

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  • 2007-01-27 16:13
  • jCfE
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with this unit:

you don't have to buy an:

-expensive DIGITAL CAMERA/Camcoder
-expensive Audio player
-expensive PMP(portable media player)
-expensive 3G phone
-expensive PDA device

it's everything, only SE and ASUS can produce a PDAphone with AF lens, Powerful Media player and flexible handheld computing in one!

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  • 2007-01-27 14:32
  • whB6
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