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POCKET LOOX: Tekguru reviewed the Fujitsu Siemens Pocket Loox
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 15.07.02 - 14:46:00 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 5425x
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Daron Brewood aka Tekguru reviewed the Pocket Loox on his site; his conclusion:

One question I've been asked several times during the writing of this review, would I recommend the LOOX 600? The question is a definite yes. The LOOX hardware is well built, stylish and ergonomically designed and the benefit of the Jog Dial and both SD and CF card storage can not be ignored. The problems encountered such as corrupt dialog buttons, slowness of some applications, washed out screen and the loss of screen sensitivity in some areas are expected to be resolved before the LOOX ships out to users. If these facets of the device are eliminated I can whole heartedly recommend the LOOX - it's a powerful feature packed Pocket PC which will be available at a significantly lower cost than many of its rivals.

Find the whole 3 pages review on his site. Well done Tekguru!

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Manuel Fischer on 16.07.02 - 00:00:00

The Loox is one of my favorites, but he has one IMHO big problem: The batterie is build in and not user changeable.

I did not understand this. _Every_ mobile phone today has user changeable batteries, why are PDAs with changeable batteries are so rare...

PDAs are recharged multiple times per week at average use, todays batteries would life 1-2 years, then they are dead. To replace the batterie by the service take a while and is not for free.

The old Casio E-200G and the Toshiba e740 has changeale batteries. I hope that the bluetooth profiles of the Toshiba e740 with build in bluetooth will match the Loox-profiles.

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