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Kabeyun

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Jan 10, 2007
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Here's a roundup of some insider commentary on some potentially real limitations. Whether or not they're deal breakers is up to each of you. We'll see what the final product does (and is named!) in 6 months.

Time
David Pogue (NY Times)
Engadget
JupiterResearch weblog
TreoCentral
MacRumors

It's not all bad, but there's good critique outside of what Michael Ducker calls "Steve Job's Reality Distortion Field.

-K
 
Jan 10, 2007
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Interesting reads! As a Treo user myself, I found the Treo Central article very interesting. What I didn't see debated in any of these articles was one handed use. In the keynote, everything he demoed required two hands . . Or one hand and one finger . . The Treo rocks when it comes to one handed use! I am hoping that Jobs has thought of this and has a plan or work around. If not, this is suddenly an entertainment device first, and a phone 2nd. What I need is a phone first, a PDA second, and an entertainment device 3rd . . .