FR at golem.de
michele.renda at gmail.com
Wed Aug 6 15:19:32 CEST 2008
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Norbert Hartl wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-08-06 at 14:35 +0200, Tobias Kündig wrote:
>> This is the worst review I ever read from Golem.
>> So many mistakes. They bought their Freerunner and wrote the review. I
>> bet they haven't tested it for more than 1 day.
> Fow how long do you think you should check a device before
> writing a review? I find the review ok. It is very clear that
> the tester doesn't has to be an expert in this domain. And
> I found most points to be true. What are the big mistakes in
> it that makes this review so horrible?
> The conclusion is that you get a linux computer with many
> possibilities from which the most are not made available , yet.
> And it is quite unusable as phone. All true for me.
> I can't use it as my daily phone and I know how to tweak the device.
> And that is the same openmoko says about their own product. So
> where is the problem?
I think that before to test something you must to know what are you
testing. You can not to test a phone and than to say:
Oh... it is stupid, it is not able to prepare me a coffee :)
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