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    http://video.wired.com/?fr_story=FRdamp296308&rf=bm

    They say the touchscreen is not very responsive.
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    Seeing how its a Treo, does that really matter. A much bigger concern is the squishy keyboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnick6 View Post
    http://video.wired.com/?fr_story=FRdamp296308&rf=bm

    They say the touchscreen is not very responsive.
    definately not something i wanted to hear
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    Quote Originally Posted by surur View Post
    Seeing how its a Treo, does that really matter. A much bigger concern is the squishy keyboard.
    You're paying $500 for a device - it ALL better be damn functional.
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    Wonder if they used the same type of touchscreen (response wise) as the Centro...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tgwaste View Post
    definately not something i wanted to hear
    Those guys are total hipster dumbasses and I want to punch both in the face. They look like they'd live in Williamsburg.

    On a WM device, when you initially setup the touchscreen (hitting those little crosses), the amount of pressure you do that with will determine the touch screen sensitivity--the harder you push, the less sensitive; the lighter the more.

    I'm bet they pushed hard when it was setting up. And anyone who uses a Treo knows just how infrequently you really "need" to use a stylus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    Those guys are total hipster dumbasses and I want to punch both in the face.
    Best TIC quote 2008!)
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    Classic post. Made me laugh outloud.

    Quote Originally Posted by pdxtreo View Post
    Best TIC quote 2008!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    Those guys are total hipster dumbasses and I want to punch both in the face. They look like they'd live in Williamsburg.

    On a WM device, when you initially setup the touchscreen (hitting those little crosses), the amount of pressure you do that with will determine the touch screen sensitivity--the harder you push, the less sensitive; the lighter the more.

    I'm bet they pushed hard when it was setting up. And anyone who uses a Treo knows just how infrequently you really "need" to use a stylus.
    OMG, are there really 10 main types of Hipsters? I thought one type was enough, you know the ones with the extra-medium-small-tee shirts and extra-small-pencil-thin jeans and jeans snickers and coloured hair that i always wonder about on the "J" train...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merovingian View Post
    OMG, are there really 10 main types of Hipsters? I thought one type was enough, you know the ones with the extra-medium-small-tee shirts and extra-small-pencil-thin jeans and jeans snickers and coloured hair that i always wonder about on the "J" train...
    lol, I take the J train often...it's an "eye roll fest" for me. Every time I hear a friend has moved their, a bit of me dies inside.

    I then delete them from Outlook.

    [Edited to appease someone who was so offended by hipsters he couldn't even fathom looking at their picture. That's hardcore and I appreciate the dedication.]

    Anyways, back on topic...

    Yeah, that review was terrible
    Last edited by Malatesta; 09/09/2008 at 09:42 AM.

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