james.olney at gmail.com
Thu Mar 20 01:42:36 CET 2008
If you are looking for hardware information. look here:
this states that the product is meant to last a minimum of 2 years.
hope this help
On 19/03/2008, Nicanor Babula <deadhorus at gmail.com> wrote:
> thomasg wrote:
> > I haven't used a Nokia N800 or Motorola A1200, so I can't really say
> > what their build quality is like.
> > But I have used many many other Nokias and some Motos, and imho the
> > Neos case is at least as good, if not much better.
> > The clearance of the case is better than any Nokia owner would dream
> > of (in fact it is similar to cases that cannot be opened without pure
> > force).
> > The plastic is high-quality but relativeley thin (the front and
> > back/battery cover, easily replaceable) and has partly a soft-touch
> > finish (the haptic is very thinkpad-like). The plastic frame is thick
> > and stable, so there's no chance to break it in normal use.
> > The display is as breakable as any resistive touchscreen device, but
> > at least there is the (annoyingly high) bezel that covers it on drops.
> > So - what else can I say? I was really impressed by the build quality
> > when I got the device, I never expected it. It survived the first
> > slight drops and I expect it to endure much more.
> > But well - if a Nokia is your "reference", I don't think you'll expect
> > much, so you will be impressed :)
> Very well then. I'll buy this device as soon as it will be available, no
> matter how much it will cost.
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