[maemo-users] Nokia device usage

From: Matt Emson memsom at interalpha.co.uk
Date: Thu Mar 5 17:52:23 EET 2009
Aniello Del Sorbo wrote:
> This is not the N810 fault.

I had the N800 first. But I bought the other two devices over time, 
because the N800 wasn't capable of doing what I needed it to - play back 
music without screwing up the gaps between tracks as Canola does, Surf 
the web without struggling, connect easily to cellular data and wifi 
(free with iPhone), have a reasonable battery life when used with a 
keyboard (MSI Wind.) No one said it was the N800's fault, but it equally 
wasn't mine either - unless you imply I was stupid to assume the N800 
would remain useful after better devices existed. ;-)

> It's your fault.
No. See above.

> Your devices clearly overlap in functionality.
They do, but the chronology of use doesn't.

> And your needs do not require the functionalities the N810 may have
> and the other two don't (as, for example, taking notes with the stylus).
I have a pen and a pad that cost me nothing (company provided), the N800 
is a nice simple way to have the notes electronically, but I can just as 
easily scan my notes I guess.

> If I'd go buy an airplane right now and I won't use it becuase it's
> too expensive, that is not the airplane fault.
> I hope you get the idea.
I perfectly understand what you are saying, but I think you have gone 
off on a tangent due to not understanding the initial problem.


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