mhm...I`m about to buy the Kaiser.I have never owned anything but nokia for the past ten years.Will I be sorry for not going for the e90 instead?I don`t know...really like touch screen though.Nokia,why don`t you use Touch Screen?!?!?Read the opinions here on gsmarena,and not only here.Nokia,You just lost 899 euros,`cause I`m going with the Kaiser!
It is interesting that this phone has whipped up more excitement than the first TyTN. It is on 20 pages already and yet the first is only on 16 pages although it was released last year! I'll be buying a TyTN II in a week and I am hoping that it will not disappoint. The 41 key keypad looks useful. I do alot of e-mail, texting and notes on the go so I need the QWERTY. I type very fast and so T9 proved inadequate. I tried SE P1 and personally I found the keyboard awkward. I have realised that you cannot have it all on one phone so I will also buy-as soon s it is launched- a Nokia N95 8GB because of its rich multimedia features. The TyTN II will be used more for business. Incidentally Flash Lite 3 is out for WM6 and Symbian. Technology is improving!
A little heavy, but it feels good in the hand.I had many many many PDA before this, and for sure (with miles of difference), this is the best PDA ever made.
The TouchFLO experience isn't the same as the HTC Touch, BUT this is a cut down implementation of the technology.Their is a home screen plug in offering a large digital style clock,local weather,speed dials,favorite people,a quick launch tool and profile controls.Ok their is no gesture swipes across the screen as these but the best bits of touchflo is there.
No flash, medium quality pictures. poor quality indoors.
No touch flo. just regular touch screen.
No headphone outlet.
However all in all it's a great device. just one wish ( other languages support when browsing the internet.)
Sure does have touchflow tech.If you want to make it more sensitive then use total commander and edit the reg.HKLM>Drivers>TouchPanel>PressureThreshold and modify to 200 or more
r u sure it's include touch flow technology like HTC touch/dual ?
From the official website, it didn't say anything about touch tech in that phone.
I assume touch flow, it's similar in HTC touch,..
the first PDA with a reception and sound quality than can be compared with top range mobiles. Very good job HTC. Put 4GB mem card inside and enjoy this PDA or should we call it mini PC ?
notes are only synced if they are in root of My Documents.Subfolders aren't supported.If you are using your notes alot ,use OneNote instead of the standard Outlook notes.OneNote is great.
I am afraid not!In the days of the i-mate Jasjar, i mate has arabic support for the device but unless and until Htc does that we have to keep our fingers crossed
Yes I got TomTom taster edition.Folks stop the n95 talk,I mean who cares about that.This device has windows mobile 6 professional,professionable being the key word!
someone put down on the comment that the TyTN II comes with tom tom, is that true?
That's the problem.Since the days of my first pocke pc, i have never seen NOTES syncronize with outlook, i even wonder why they put it there in the first place.
this unit does not synchronise with the notes part of microsoft outlook! how can that be and does anyone know a way around this?
Nothing comes close the HTC tyt11, you have to own one to appreciate it. I wll use a Tytn all my life. I would just like HTC to stick with this design. and work on top of this design to give birth to the tytn3.
Good work guys
would any one please tell me how to make this phone support other language like arabic when I browse the internet.
I love this phone so much but it's frustrating not to be able to read my arabic websites and my e mails.
thanks a lot.
WayGadoo.... ur right, bought this machine last week as replacement for N95. Just you speak about "Nokia is a joke compared to this". I will add one more word "expensive". Nokia is an expensive joke compared to this device.
This is The ultimate mobile companion!Nokia is a complete joke compared to this.