Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd Sep 2013 13:51 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless In light of today's news, this is my favourite Nokia device of all time. The 8800 was gallery play in design, construction, and attention to detail. Not even today's phones come even close to how beautiful, sleek, and incredibly sturdy the 8800 felt. I reviewed it for OSNews way back in 2006.

The slider mechanism used ball bearings. Ball bearings.

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by evert on Tue 3rd Sep 2013 15:21 UTC
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I love the N100 series. It's way advanced over the most "smart"phones. It can last at least a week without recharge (compare with "smart"phones!), takes little space, and costs like nothing.

The N113 has bluetooth so you can sync contacts / messages with your PC. Specs:

Sorry for the advertising. I just love my simple, KISS, do-one-thing-and-do-it-great device. For browsing, but a tablet or whatever.

On a side note:

“I generally hate phones - they are irritating and disturb you as you work or read or whatever - and a cellphone to me is just an opportunity to be irritated wherever you are. Which is not a good thing.„ — Linus Torvalds (2010-02-06)

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