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Re: HTC touch

#61 Post by eau-rouge » Mon Dec 03, 2007 12:57 am

wifi build in bro..802.11b/g

all i can say that this phone is cutting edge coz of the touch flo
no need to use stylus
other than that it is similar to pda - fuction wise
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#62 Post by redshadow » Mon Dec 03, 2007 1:17 am

but between the HTC Touch and HTC TyTnII,, its the price difference alot,
Features wise TyTnII do have touch screen and a sliding keyboard
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#63 Post by cruiser » Mon Dec 03, 2007 1:47 am

I see the choice Reddy recommended is one seriously worth considering esp. when doing away with the stylus.... and its now a big feature here by us too...good when U R used to a small screen Pda-ing agendas, schedules etc... Cut out for the hardworking slogging Rep on the roads. :x

Small screens to squint my ageing eyes is certainly not a favored direction for gazing at a small screen like this too...but it is a fancy pack to drop in one's inside pocket though... :)
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#64 Post by roltancc » Mon Dec 03, 2007 9:30 am

Just read the Spec , come with GPS also (with Mapking map ) throw in a cannon printer , and a BREED ruscksack! By M1 --- seems like too good to resist!!

I think I'll like the PDA function, rather then now i use a PDA a Phone and a GPS.( block out my whole car screen :lol: :lol: )

And also the WIFI , looks like a yummy meal .. later go M1 check it out.
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#65 Post by redshadow » Mon Dec 03, 2007 9:49 am

Bro rolantcc,,
for what I think starhub have a better offer and price also
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#66 Post by cruiser » Mon Dec 03, 2007 3:24 pm

Red, how much is it then with SH and what is the monthly subscription and for how long....for the above model, 1-yr or 2-yrs or longer perhaps?
Can one also buy it off instead? thanks for finding out.
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#67 Post by roltancc » Tue Dec 04, 2007 12:34 pm

Bro redshadow,

I still bind by M1 contract lei hehe....... so can upgrade ] phone only....... then kena bind again haha.....silly me .

anyway , Just looking for reasonable PDA phone so i don't have to carry to many things..... H/P lah, PDA lah, keys lah, MP3 player lah , GPS lah and so forth ..... ](*,) ](*,)
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#68 Post by riyad71 » Sun Dec 09, 2007 6:09 pm

hi all...newbie here...just bought HCT TOUCH ...interested in using GPS...but lack of knowledge #-o ...plz help me..
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#69 Post by cruiser » Sun Dec 09, 2007 7:49 pm

riyad71 wrote:hi all...newbie here...just bought HCT TOUCH ...interested in using GPS...but lack of knowledge #-o ...plz help me..


:welcome: Riyadh and 1st & foremost, click this link >>:
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It is your start to a safe approach in learning all there is to achieve with your GPS cum PDA unit. Go to it and take your time and when you have questions, try first on your own time to look up further with the WiKi that are very extensive on the GPS related maps of your MY and Spore region... and if all that fails, ten return with a post raising your question(s)
related to your encountered hurdles or problems....
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#70 Post by riyad71 » Tue Dec 11, 2007 5:42 pm

roger cruiser.....this weekend have an appointment with dealer of Garmin in Kuantan...try to learn how the GPS runs...wish me luck...just spent 2k with the PDA and coming Garmin product...more money heheheh
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