Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 3rd Nov 2009 20:44 UTC
Editorial Most of us here like gadgets. Things with displays, LEDs, or stuff that otherwise lights up in the dark and makes cool noises. There is this one gadget I had been waiting for to come out in The Netherlands for quite a while now, but at some point a limit was reached, and today I decided to do a complete 180 and buy a competing product.
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Tomasz Dominikowski
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I've been playing around with one since I got it during the Maemo Summit and yes, this is the device you should have waited for. At least your soul wouldn't have had to be sold. Oh well, maybe next year. ;)

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darknexus Member since:

Too late, usually you can't buy souls back once sold, I'm pretty sure there's a no refund clause in there somewhere. Oh well, you can always hope they get bored with it and try to put it up on Ebay. ;)

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jabbotts Member since:

Question; does the N900 allow you to disable/enable each separate network connection? I'm told Android even has a separate setting to disable phone network connectivity while leaving the rest up. I'm thiking times when airplane mode is too much but I don't want it on the cell towers either.

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werpu Member since:

Android has the capability hidden in the settings most phones deliver frontend applets out of the box to do that without having to dig through the menu. The HTC Hero does however and you can get them also on the marketplace. My androidphone has the various switches on the front screen instead of the google search, those functions are more important than having the google search on my front screen.

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