[NTLK] [OT] Windows Mobile Devices
vladkorotnev at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 07:49:28 EST 2014
Yeah, Winphone looks kinda interesting too.
If the 4700 would work as a phone, I would even abandon my iPhone as well (Assuming it would have 3G/LTE capability — maybe a CF card modem can do that?).
I had some successful experience running the classic WM6.1 on the HD2 as well as WP7. That thing is so great it can run ubuntu! (HaRET boot from a disk image under 6.1)
~ Vladislav Korotnev
akasaka at nopan.eu
vladkorotnev at orenoimoutogakonnanikawaiiwake.gan.ai
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On Wed, Dec 3, 2014 at 1:16 PM, Genghis <genghis7777 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I used a Treo 700wx which had WM5 on it. It was quite good but the screen
> was too small to use for any length of time. While I had that, I kept using
> the Newton. I was tempted by the HX4700 but I needed it to be a phone too.
> Then the HTC HD2 looked like a possibility but then MS said it was
> abandoning WM for WP. WP excited me because it was novel and really showed
> some lateral thinking. I retired the Newton once I moved to a Lumia 520. I
> had to leave the Newton b/c I had too many contacts and searching was
> becoming verrrry slow. I wrote up my thoughts here
> y.html> . Now WP is evolving toward iPhone and Android rather than carving
> out its own direction. A pity. If I wanted an iPhone or an Android device,
> I would have got one.
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> Subject: [NTLK] [OT] Windows Mobile Devices
> Hello everyone.
> I'm wondering if anybody is using a Windows Mobile device on a daily basis
> I used to have an iPAQ hw6515 before and l.inda liked it except for its low
> RAM and speed. So recently I've got an iPAQ hx4700 with a foldable keyboard
> and since then I've been using it for university work and as a PIM on a
> daily basis. I must admit that Windows Mobile 2003 is quite nice for that
> and is powerful enough for even such unusual tasks like region-unlocking a
> Sony BluRay player :) I dislike Windows Mobile 5 and newer though.
> Does anybody else here use Windows Mobile?
> - Vladislav Korotnev
> sent from my Windows Mobile 2003
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