iDoes do that

The marketing guys convinced me to do it. All they had to do was produce a device with superior hardware and nearly equatable software to the iPhone, and put it on a more reliable network. Not that I was too greatly drawn toward the iPhone, but it's arguably the device to beat.

As I write this on my shiny new Motorola Droid, I'm multitasking with "Pink Moon" in the background. The screen (3.7", 854x480) is amazing, and text is remarkably crisp. The sliding QWERTY keyboard is indeed cramped and shallow, but I much prefer it to a purely on-screen alternative. And this thing is snappy...the ARM Cortex A8 processor (ala Palm Pre, iPhone 3GS) eliminates any slowdowns. Google Android 2.0 is satisfying, at least at first glance.

It's a pretty drastic change from my Blackjack II running Windows Mobile 6.1. Rest assured I'll report back soon enough.

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Founder, and chief author, of CGHM Networks.
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