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Gerald.D

Anyone moved from a Tytn to a Trinity?

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Hi all -

I'm thinking of changing from a Tytn to a Trinity, and was just wondering if anyone has done this and could comment on 'real world' differences they noticed?

I'm comfortable to drop the keyboard for a slight increase in portability. My concerns would be more around things like the speed of the interface and battery life.

TIA,

Gerald.

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I did.

Speed of UI and battery life are virtually identical (assuming you don't use the GPS), primarily since the internals are pretty much the same!

I miss the keyboard a bit, but the better size, real stylus and GPS more than make up for it!

I also miss the Hermes' dedicated hardware buttons for mail / IE a bit...

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I did.

Speed of UI and battery life are virtually identical (assuming you don't use the GPS), primarily since the internals are pretty much the same!

I miss the keyboard a bit, but the better size, real stylus and GPS more than make up for it!

I also miss the Hermes' dedicated hardware buttons for mail / IE a bit...

P

Really appreciate the quick reply Paul - Thanks!

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Wow.

It's amazing how much of a difference those few millimetres make. Really loving the Trinity :rolleyes:

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I upgraded recently as well.

Trinity is better overall, but nothing can compare to the full keyboard - i miss it :(

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I don't think I could live with a PPC sans-keyboard nowadays!

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