Asus has hopped onto the 'we can do a better Windows Mobile interface than Microsoft can' bandwagon set in motion by Palm but given a big push by HTC with its TouchFlo UI. Asus calls its touch UI Glide - are its handset engineers old 3Dfx fans, we wonder? - that provides a tweaked Today screen and an iTunes' CoverFlow-style …
Now thats when PC gaming was great. glQuake was the best thing since sliced bread. Just a pity there hasn't been much better.
You can put lipstick on it...
But underneath it's still Windows Mobile, which means it's slow and clunky.
I'd love to see Symbian on a 624Mhz CPU.
being a windows user,
nice NEW interface
same OLD shit
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