Also, this phone is a whopping 4 inches wide. Before you order this phone, I urge you take an index card and cut it down to 4 inches. Then hold it in your hand. You will see that this stretches your hand very wide and it is not very comfortable. The dimensions of this phone in inches is 5.23 x 4 x .80 (the depth of .80 is with the keyboard covering the screen). Also, this phone weighs 13 ounces. This phone will not be comfortable at all if one talks on the phone for a long time. Plus, for the huge amount of money one will spend, nearly US$1300, why would HTC leave out USB 2.0? There is USB 2.0 on cheap, tiny USB Flash Drives. HTC put in only USB 1.1. How could they be so dumb?
Warning! This device only has USB 1.1 and not USB 2.0. What a dumb blunder by HTC. This device has a built-in 8 GB hard drive. Copying over 8 GB's via USB 1.1 will be painfully slow. What was HTC thinking only putting in USB 1.1.
Too bad the screen is not 800x600 but 640x480. It is just not good for internet.
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You should then hire a security team to move around with you! + i guess its like having a laptop with heaphones for voice
I can't call this "miniPC" a phone. Maybe a mobile PC with pohne capabilities. Maybe instead of 5", a 3" would have been better to reduce the dimensions and weight.
A great tool ! Only regrets - lack of infra red port, and if the length was 120 mm, width 80 mm and a 4" display, would have fitted snugly, in the shirt pocket.
It looks like a nice phone but i am concerned about its price.
This is good, but already obsolete! This is bigger and better then the Universal (O2 Exec) but same resolution. The only one that is even a contender for me it's the Toshiba G900 the first mobile with a resolution that you can actually browse the net, 800x480.
HTC should get a clue. Great screen, (big) but bad resolution.
guys who are not HTC fans. never choose this one over a UltraPortablelaptop computer or UMPC, the statemnt that it has a better battery life is true but look at it's processor... 600+ mhz? HTC is kidding. most of the laptops as of now is powered by core duo and turion X2 processors running at 2ghz+. so it's obvious that laptops will eat more battery than this,but at the cost of reliability, speed and better everything. never mind the features this HTC one offers. if you have laptop/UMPC you can attach everything like AF webcams, GPS etc.
HTC on the wrong move=(
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rediculous holding it to your ear? dont think so noone will see it cause yuou need both hands with 360grams...