we may be little nerds but that doesn't mean we have dat cash money.
Originally Posted by StealDragon
blackberry tour - WATERLOO REPRESENT
... well, it's actually my company phone. i'd rather get a 'droid phone as well, but my BB is completely paid for.
good things about BB: BBM, nice keyboard. after using a BB keyboard, i never want to go back to touch screen again
bad things about BB: crappy app store, doesn't look very sleek
HTC Desire, will get whatever Phone 7 phone has a slide out physical keypad.
Posting from my brand new Droid Incredible... I'm in love xD
I'd like to die with the songs I love stuck in my head. I hope to make the most of these hollow bones we become.
I raise a toast to the the souls that sang all along. I've been gathering friends to just to make some sounds,
before the ship goes down, I've been making amends by making the rounds before the whole world ends
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blackberry curve 8350.
I'll never ever understand people who buy BB pearl. such poor design. it just shouldn't exist.
had an iphone for a while. i absolutely hated it.
oh, nokia twist is the cutest shit ever. square. small. and has a little hole thing that shines when you receive texts or phone calls; what more could you ask for? (actually an entire list....but whatevs')
it's also pretty durable apparently.
That's what they said about that nokia years ago, and as a result kids started hurling them as hard and far as they could, getting more and more aggressive and then being shocked when it inevitably broke.
Originally Posted by sakura_hana
Originally Posted by mystic_guard_sinoel
I do, but as a nerd I don't particularly like convergence or things that have trendy but mostly arbitrary features (3G internet would be sorta nice if I could justify the data plan, but I don't need a camera, a touch screen, accelerometers or hundreds of apps; just texts, a phone and a contact list). I prefer many devices that do one or two things exceptionally well, than one device that does many things mediocre.
... but then you'd have to carry a crapload of stuff with you.
instead, you can have a GPS, a camera, access to email/sites, phone, games, texting, calendar, flashlight, etc all in the palm of your hand. the ultimate swiss army knife.
one of the credit card companies is planning to introduce a chip that will let you pay with your phone.
i'm thinking in the near future, you'd only ever need to bring your phone with you when you go out. though you'd also be screwed if you ever lose it.
^ Chips like that already exist. I've seen guys at the arcades in Japan swiping their cell phones to inset tokens into the machine.