8 posts • joined Saturday 24th November 2007 15:58 GMT
@ key...its only the biggest key on the keyboard.
I am not keen on blackberries and I generally detest short cut keys, but for flips sake even I cottoned on that within emails pressing the space bar does the job, and surely anyone constantly emailing would soon find that second nature.
I could not be bothered with the rest of the review after such an idiotic start, and leaped straight to the comment, though plainly I am not the first to take issue with this.
What a lame review
4 pages with a page and a half on the camera and only a sentence on web browsing.
Surely no one is buying a phone like this to take pictures or even for that matter make phone calls?
It is a business phone at a serious price for people wanting to do serious netty things and a review needs to review those things and not trivia.
I want a netbook, not a lame notebook.
it seems all the netbook producers are shifting to bigger screens, hard disk storage and probably windows losing the whole point of the netbook of being small, solid state with an OS aimed at portable things you want on the road.
I just don't get the rational behind this move.
very buggy release
I'm typing this without the aid of cursor keys that have disappeared as the keys think they are other keys like prtscn. My screen drivers are unstable, my crossvc program is virtually dead it is so slow now... I could go on. This simply is not a good experience unless you get lucky.
My son bought a 10 inch model, and it was way too big for me. At that size I might as well carry on lugging the 15.4 notebook around.
The 8.9 model my daughter bought is in real danger of being confiscated, I could tuck that into any old bag and the screen and keyboard are perfectly usable.
All Ii'm waiting for is a Linux/SSD/8.9 model with 3g built in.
I agree with ebay
I both buy and sell and would recently have left negative feedback on an item I bought, if I had not been bothered about getting a negative myself.
Symmetry in the feedback system is flawed, customers need to know more about sellers and hence the new system will help.
Okay it means a lot of sellers will see their ratings fall, but buyers will have to get used to a lower % rating not being as bad a sign as it was before, and sellers will still be able to comment on the negatives they get which will still allow the customer to apply judgment.
linux v windows
I'm a pragmatist, I need my PCs to do my work.
10 or so years ago that meant using cloned unix commands at the DOS prompt.
5 years ago it meant also having a linux box viewed from windows with vnc,
2 years ago it meant making the main desktop linux.
Right now it is down to some resentment that a few things still only work under windows, and that it still can be a horrible and not alway successful fight to get Linux working right.
1 year on it may be very interesting!
Leaks like a sieve
Some people commenting seem to have the view that if Firefox does not leak for them it is not an issue.
I am sure what the user really wants at this point is a faster more stable browser and not more useless bells and whistles.
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