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Tony guan 01:39, 14 September 2006 (UTC): Q: Dear all, who knows how to surf this wiki website without repeatly clicking the 'HomePage' and then going down to the page I want? Is there anything like 'Upper Layer'

Neo1973 - likes and dislikes

The Neo1973 is going in the right direction for the type of mobile phone I want, into the future.

  • Likes:
    • 640x480 high-pixel-density touch-screen display - wow - just what I'm after
    • Open source operating system with package management
    • Built-in GPS - great
    • Ethernet over usb connection - handy
    • Linux and Windows Mobile capable - having choice is good
  • Dislikes:
    • micro-SD slot - in future please try to use SDHC (SD High Capacity) - micro-SD is fiddly, expensive, not capacious enough
    • no Wifi - this is necessary for a killer product - shame about the unopenness of the various wifi mobile chipsets
    • no keys - just touchscreen input is a bit of a pain, some keys (and maybe a slide-out full keyboard) would be good
    • appearance - not too keen on the style of the device ("pill-shaped") - Apple iPhone, Nokia N800 tablet, HTC TyTn, LG Prada have better "looks"
  • Suggestions for future models:
    • USB host port - handy to connect all types of peripherals to the phone (usb keyboard, card reader, mouse)
    • Camera - 2 or 3 megapixel would be good
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Tony guan 01:39, 14 September 2006 (UTC): Q: Dear all, who knows how to surf this wiki website without repeatly clicking the 'HomePage' and then going down to the page I want? Is there anything like 'Upper Layer'

Neo1973 - likes and dislikes

The Neo1973 is going in the right direction for the type of mobile phone I want, into the future.

  • Likes:
    • 640x480 high-pixel-density touch-screen display - wow - just what I'm after
    • Open source operating system with package management
    • Built-in GPS - great
    • Ethernet over usb connection - handy
    • Linux and Windows Mobile capable - having choice is good
  • Dislikes:
    • micro-SD slot - in future please try to use SDHC (SD High Capacity) - micro-SD is fiddly, expensive, not capacious enough
    • no Wifi - this is necessary for a killer product - shame about the unopenness of the various wifi mobile chipsets
    • no keys - just touchscreen input is a bit of a pain, some keys (and maybe a slide-out full keyboard) would be good
    • appearance - not too keen on the style of the device ("pill-shaped") - Apple iPhone, Nokia N800 tablet, HTC TyTn, LG Prada have better "looks"
  • Suggestions for future models:
    • USB host port - handy to connect all types of peripherals to the phone (usb keyboard, card reader, mouse)
    • Camera - 2 or 3 megapixel would be good