I still thinks its 100 over priced across the board - the 3G adds coverage when theres no Wi-Fi . The good thing thing is the 3G is sold open so you can get any carrier , nothing said about CDMA though ?
.... looks like an iPhone on steroids. Too small (and uncomfortable) for home use and too large for taking along. Besides, lacking GPS and telephony, it seems strangely hobbled.
I guess, it would make a fine eBook reader, brag-book or sales/presentation tool and be a decent gaming platform. But none of those would make me want to plunk down €700. Between my MBP and iPhone, there is no room for another toy that needs recharging, etc.
A slightly larger iPhone - about an inch more in screen diameter - would have been hard to resist, but this is not a must-have for me.
Will be interesting to see, where the market will be.
"Humor ist, wenn man trotzdem lacht" (Humour means laughing despite of it)
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