Yesterday I decided to set up my camcorder and record a walkthrough of the HTC HD2, which I know lots of people are excited about... and here it is!
The video is also available in HD at YouTube.
The HD2 is available from devicewire for £499.99 or from eXpansys for £499.99 with £30 of vouchers, both shipping 13th November.
The HD2 will also shortly be available on O2 and Vodafone from mobiles.co.uk as well as from T-Mobile direct.
The walkthru you performed was . . . well, pretty much left me speechless :-)
Yet, there is a particular issue I would like to see, which is - the use of Excel with this device (and other "legacy" Windows Mobile Apps).
The main reason Im in the market for a device, is more for a powerful PDA with the benefit of connectivity,
and less for a Phone.
My situation is that I have an older PDA with resistive screen of-course.
This PDA had many Excel files which I use and update regularly.
These files are configured to show as much information as possible on the screen so
as a result the cells dimentiones are about is about 2milimeters in height and about 6milimeters in width.
I would like to see how many cells with this size can be seen at once on the screen - With and without the on-screen keyboard -
and more importantly - if a single cell can be selected, and how easy it is to select a cell
(since there is no stylus, and my fingers are larger than 2 milimeters).
On my current PDA, when the Keyboard is displayed - you can see 11 cells per height
and W/O keyboard you can see 18 cells per height (in portrait position).
The screen is a 3.7"(diag) 640X480 pixels (~7.5centimeters in height).
The bottom line is -
I would like to see how many 2X6mm cells can be seen on the HTC HD2 with and without the keyboard,
and if a cell can be selected easily.
Many thanks in advance.