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    all in one device.

    Ive had an HTC tytn II phone for a while and recently ive started to realize that it makes a decent all in one device once I put an 8 gig micro SD card in it..
    3 MP camera
    Garmin Mobile XT
    MS Office
    Wi-Fi
    Skype
    Now Ive started dumping some of my more prefered music on the phone.

    I have always thought of all in ones as a compromise, but my it does a good job.

    Anyway, what else would be a good addition to a Windows Mobile Device?
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    I can't really help you there. I won't use a WinMo device to save my life.

    My Nokia N900 does everything I could ever want my phone to do, and even more.

    So, I can't make any recommendations for your device, other than a new device
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    this was my first smart phone. I got it because I was international so much and it was quad band with wi-fi so I didn't have to dig out my laptop every airport.
    Its only now. a year later that I realized the GPS meant it had an internal gps. so I got garmin mobile xt and a larger memory card.
    Now I know I will still need my laptop, but now Im looking at what dedicated devices I can move to my phone and have a little less to carry.
    I have been quite impressed with HTC. I haven't used a nokia in a long time, but I have heard good things about the N series phones.
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    Yeah. This N900 is an amazing phone. I used to get whatever I could from the phone company the cheapest that would do what I want. I've used a few Samsung phones, a Pantech, and a few Nokia phones. I've been the most impressed with my Nokia's. I had an E71x before I upgraded to this, and I loved it, it ran pretty well, it wasn't touch screen though and that was my big qualm, plus the keyboard was a bit small. But this N900 has done everything and then some. All I need to complete it is get a nice foldable/rollable BT keyboard for it and I would practically not even need my laptop...
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    I have been looking at the N900... dang that is a nice phone. I would have to get better with linux.
    the two features that impress me the most are the 32 gig of internal memory and the screen resolution.
    Is the gps on the n900 a standalone or does it require the assistance of the cell? Mine is pure gps so I can operate outside cell coverage.
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    It is an AMAZING phone. I can't say for sure about the GPS thing though, never been in that situation.
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    what are some other must have programs?
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    You two are uber phone geeks!

    I effing hate cell phones and hardly ever use one unless I have to.

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    TL - Of course I am. I like to have my phone be a mini computer so when I'm not by one I can still get done what I need
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmokid2005 View Post
    TL - Of course I am. I like to have my phone be a mini computer so when I'm not by one I can still get done what I need
    Which is what, d/l pron?

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