Thank you, Garmin! Finally figured out that I don't want to lug three or four devices around all day
I think that whilst it looks nice, like the Iphone, it still has to go some to match the features of the HTC Tytn
0. Good design exercise >> the devil is in the details. 1. Need customizable (regional) GPS maps to reduce storage requirement. 2. Besides 3G, need WiFi or, preferably, Bluetooth 3.0 for VoIP -- like a Google Phone! :) 3. Competitors to an industry leader must be 20% cheaper + 20% better, aka the "IBM PC rule". That makes the retail price ~$320 at rollout vs. the iPhone. 4. It is essential that accessories and add-ons be (a) immediately available and (b) reasonably priced and (c) non-proprietary, on Day One. (That's how you get the 20% value add-on.)
Can't think of two more pompous companies in the world. Hopefully they will both be wiped out by the new scratch-n-sniff phone.
Wow... a GPS with a built-in organizer ;-) From the photos... I wouldn't have this brick in the same sentence as an iPhone... But nice try. Still looking for the true competitor.
There is one place where Apple wins every time, they have the best industrial designers. I can't tell you which product is better, but this one is ugly.