Adding to the tactile experience, here is where you can have a device to connect to Android phones. This borrows the screen to play the Gameboy and Gameboy Color games. No Advance games yet that I'm aware of. Still pretty cool.
Our story today starts with me using a phone without buttons. Yes, it drives me nuts. What happened was naturally I needed a phone with a good data plan and my phone carrier at the time was all like "no, we don't have a better data plan, sit down, keep using our outdated service and keep sending us money." So I moved networks. And many other people probably did too because they updated their networks after I left. Now you know how this works. I've been through three phone carriers
So today I was going to write an article for this blog about generally the tactile feel you simply don't get from a tablet or touch device, and when I pulled up my blog here was this article I started to write. Wow. Yeh the
was a phone I really enjoyed there for a bit. Suffice to say I had to move on, but you will see how I did that in the next article. The phone age of java devices was a fun one. I played with a variety of games, a text editor, a bible program, a app that turned yo
This blog is about what I like in a portable device. Small, functional, full of buttons for quick access to what I need. And this blog explains how I got to where I am today after trying other form factors and concepts. I have not yet found myself in the current situation where I bought a tablet for a phone. Yes I know that phones can be made of gorilla glass but all too often people have cracked screens. Fragile nature aside the phones tend to be what you carry with you, most of the