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Friday, August 08, 2008
For me, Windows Mobile has always been primarily focused on data access, rather than data creation or modification. The Touch excels in this regard. It's not a multimedia powerhouse, but it will get an acceptable job done for most of your basic needs. If HTC added a hardware keyboard and a standard audio port, I think this would be a perfect Windows Mobile device. For now, if you are looking for a small, attractive smartphone and you can put up with a less-than-ideal input solution, the Touch may be a great option for you.
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Tuesday, December 04, 2007
It has been seen around the world as an iPhone pretender, but quite frankly I don't think that's the case at all. The HTC Touch most likely began as a concept around about the time Sony Ericsson launched their P910i Smartphone with a similar touch screen interface way back in 2005. Like many things in the technology world, the perfect product usually takes several generations (don't tell Apple Inc.), however the HTC Touch has quite impressed me even if it is the first in this genre for HTC.
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Tuesday, July 31, 2007
Basically, the Touch is designed to be used by your fingers instead of the stylus for certain tasks. HTC uses a special kind of screen for this purpose which is immediately noticeable. Instead of the soft plastic screen, the Touch has a slightly hard glass-type screen and you're required to apply a bit more pressure than you normally do on other Windows Mobile phones.
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Thursday, June 14, 2007
I was actually starting to believe that HTC didn't know how to get anything wrong with its products, managing to produce one great, feature rich, incredibly usable handset after another. But then I got my hands on the new HTC Touch and I realised that even HTC could get things wrong, very wrong in fact.
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