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Top message:  Another Storm (Monaco) sighting by HawkeyeOC   Mar 31, 2011, 2:27 PM

Replying to:  Re: Another Storm (Monaco) sighting by HawkeyeOC   Apr 1, 2011, 5:20 PM

Re: Another Storm (Monaco) sighting

by stormsurvivor    Apr 1, 2011, 9:46 PM

RIM has not placed handset business in their list of priorities. Even the highly touted PlayBook tablet will be released as a not ready for prime time device, with no email client nor a 3 or 4G radio. They should be ashamed of themselves for so obvious a portrayal of technological weakness.

My Storm2, though frustrating and unreliable at times due to hardware limitation as it pertains to handling 3rd party software, still represents a BB device with several advantages. Email has always performed with the best of them. I've equipped my handset with pleasing to view themes, utility applications that work, and some unique apps that navigate, perform their intended function, and are rewarding to execute.

There are new apps such as Shao-Soft's Breaking News headline ticker which are cutting edge and CrackBerry Wallpaper changer by the same developer which diminish boredom and refresh the look of the screen. App menus always appear different from day to day.

I am also a fan Sure Press. Having the original pathetic Storm 9530 from release date, to my present Drip2 with better touch response, has conditioned me to utilize that concept well.

Therefore, I will continue to maintain usage with my 9550, until 4G, dual core, QNX, or some other lightning fast device totally antequates it. This forum has aged like my device. With so many alternate choices out there, I suppose I can be defined as a loyalist and a Storm Survivor.

By the time RIM gets their act on the road, the cell phone will probably be replaced by ultra-tablets or watches....

Love those 4.3" Androids, but I'm a BlackBerry addict and thats hard to cure....

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