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Old 01-20-2008, 04:23 AM   #10
HarryT
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The problem with multi-function devices is that there are contradictory requirements. I want a book-reader that's pretty much the size of a paper-back book, because a large screen is comfortable to read on. I don't want a mobile phone that's the size of a paper-back book .

I've combined most of my device requirements into my "HTC Touch" Windows Mobile Pocket PC/Mobile phone. This is about the size of a pack of playing cards and is, for me, pretty much the ideal size for a PDA/phone. That's what I use as a phone, for my diary, address book, notebook, and a million other things. It will work as a bookreader (I have MobiPocket Reader installed on it) but, as I said above, I want to read on a larger screen.

The perfect device for me would be something the size of the HTC Touch, but with a "roll-out" screen for reading on. Perhaps that will arrive in a couple of years.
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