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Image Gallery: First impressions of the AT&T Tilt Windows Mobile 6 Professional device

AT&T Tilt retail box

The AT&T Tilt (aka TyTN II/HTC Kaiser) is a new Windows Mobile 6 Professional device that runs on a fast 400 MHz processor with 3.5G support, integrated WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The display tilts up so you can put it into "laptop" mode.

4 comments
Chillersmrce
Chillersmrce

Screen size is a plus supported format is the key factor in the end of the matter ( Chillersmrce@aol.com )

paul.chadband
paul.chadband

Nope this keybaord works. i used to use a nokia communicator and although it was a brick it worked well. we think even if the keyboard gets a bit grubby it will still function well and the keys do work every time (if you havent got extra large fingers thats it!)

paul.chadband
paul.chadband

Weve just started trialing this phone, its solid, doesnt crash(for a change) fast, and is usable enough to write a document or spreadsheet whilst on the train, its great get on!

bdunlop
bdunlop

How does the TyTn II compare to the original TyTn? I have the original one, and have found the slide-out keyboard is highly unresponsive - keys will often not register when i press them, or will "stick" down and repeat the same character over and over until another key is pressed