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Should I or shouldn't I?


May 30, 2007, 5:33 PM
So, tell me guys... I'm wanting to ditch my Dell Axim and Nokia 6230 and combine into one item. Should I get the E61i or keep my Axim and 6230?

My 6230 still isn't giving me any problems so I don't have a good excuse to get rid of it, I'm just tired of carrying around so many gadgets.

May 31, 2007, 1:25 PM
I'm in the same situation you're in. I have the 6230 and started using my old PDA again to help me decide if I want a PDA phone. I bought a Nokia N80 with the plan for it to be a temporary phone. Unfortunately, no phone out there REALLY satisfies my wants and the N80 is turning into a more permanant arrangement. Confused

The only things I have against the e61i, which runs the same OS as my N80, is that you can't set categories for your tasks and each task (or "to do" item) must be tied to a calendar date. If it weren't for that (and the price), I'd have an e61i by now. But I must admit that the new Nokia screens are beautiful and crisp so that even on the N80, I can easily read all the small type.

Jun 2, 2007, 2:35 AM
I know where you're coming from... I started out with the Blackberry and it was just a pain to use. My needs have since changed and I decided to go for the e61i. I'll be sure to let you know how it works out.

My husband has the N80 and worships it. Everywhere we go he has to show everyone and they have no idea what it is. It is an amazing phone, I'll have to admit. That was one reason I looked into the e61i, it has so many of the conveniences of the N80 but more useful as a PDA.

I guess time will tell and I'll let you know in about 2 weeks if the gamble paid off. I can't help it, I'm a Nokia Dork...

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