I recently purchased an HTC Desire Z, a smartphone that’s competitive to the iPhone and Blackberry. Here’s why I choose the android-based phone over others:
We had the need recently to get a 2nd cell phone. Our regular prepaid cell phone from President’s Choice Telecom is great: we like its minimal cost and features; however, if I were to get a 2nd cell phone I wanted internet access.
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I’m thinking about getting an iPod Touch; I’m not sure why. iConsumer iSuckered iNto iAdvertising.
I’ve never owned an Apple product. I don’t want an iPad – too big.
Update (June 20, 2010): I got the 8gb one for Father’s Day.
I have nothing against Apple, the computer company that has a cult-like following, but I’ve never owned any of their products: iPod, Mac, iPhone…
They come out with gadgets that a lot of people think they must have, like the new MacBook Air, which is being promoted as the world’s thinnest notebook. So what?
I’m not defending the PC and Windows world; I just don’t see the attraction of products that cost a lot more than similar products; it seems you’re just buying the brand, which, of course, is part of the appeal to many buyers. Not me – for any brand of product, except scotch.
Darren Barefoot’s company created a survey for a client where you could win an IPod Nano. The survey is intended for web developers.
I had to look up what an IPod Nano was, too. Seriously. I’d probably sell it if I won it.