I read this this has a Standalone GPS. I wanted to know what a Standalone GPS is? Also will i have to pay to use the gps service?
wow, i'm impressed... its more like a laptop than a cellphone with its specs + quadband.
That looks cool. How about the price? Can we set up any progams that we can possibly set up onto the normal PCs? Can we use the flash drive normal size with HTC shift? How is the camera?
Hope that they could update this product like the specs of Sony Vaio UX umpc.
A joke?Vista can run decent with only 800Mhz?...The ASUS R2HV A1 have one better processor, at 1000Mhz, and run VISTA awful...
With windows vista? Thats gonna cost at least a grand, my guess is around 1400 dollars, lol, for that i could gemma self a real notebook
this is a step on shifting laptop users to PDA's . to HTC pls enhance this kind of unit on using for call and another is add a lil' flavor un putting an FM/AM radio..the vista type OS is an "A" for me considering that its size. also adding a mouse port can make it a user friendly to those who are not very good in tabbings..anyway if its a touch screen then its OK to not have it but can u put a USB port also ^^.. tnx HTC for your technology
Battery lasts 3 hours in Vista mode and SEVEN DAYS (!) in phone mode.
It will not fit in your pocket, better probably to carry in a satchel and use with a bluetooth headset.
very nice, but how do i make phone calls? will it fit in a normal pocket? also how much does this cost?
Does anyone knows how long the batteries last? Also, does it use a mouse or touch screen?
Looks too larg to me for a PDA, but anyways, this is a great way to start shifting from laptops to Pda's, that's why they called it the shift. I wish they can also install xp on the advantage, its smaller then he shift.
This looks like a real winner. The ability to move between Vista and Windows mobile is excellent. While travelling, it means you can take advantage of the longer battery life Windows Mobile will give the Shift while still being able to browse the web, open documents and deal with your email. But then you can switch to Vista to view all those websites that aren't configured for mobiles, as well as being able to view it all on a decent sized screen. HTC's touch screen on its Tytn II is excellent, if this is as good, it'll be very useful too.
WOW.....it is just sooooooo cooooooool......i mean such a small thing can run vista wow.....ill have it someday for sure.......Chao.....
is this a mobile with video calling also
and what about the battery and talktime