Slim Pickings? How About The Nokia E71x


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4 Responses

  1. Sandra says:

    I LOVE, LOVE my Nokia E71X. It is amazing. The keyboard is easy and it is so intuitive that it’s RIDICULOUS! I tried an iPhone and this is head and shoulders above it. So much easier to handle and I’m not always skimming over extra keys when I’m trying to send a text. A touch phone has it’s advantages, but for me, I can’t see them. Did I say Love, Love? I meant LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE my Nokia E71x!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. pjbc says:

    Yes, the E71x is a great phone but the inability to copy/paste text is a HUGE problem for those of us who manage blogs or try to copy/paste a web address or a phone number. If I had known about this defect, I would not have chosen this phone. I miss my old Treo, which made that task a breeze. Buyer beware!

  3. Kenny says:

    @Sandra – After using the phone, even on a vacation trip, I understand why you love the Nokia phone. The bluetooth tethering to a laptop via Nokia Suite was very slick – saved me from paying the daily $10 internet fee in the hotel. I’m going to follow-up with some more detailed review, but glad to see some other people like the e71x too!

  4. Kenny says:

    @pjbc – Thanks for the comment on the downside for the e71x. I can’t copy/paste on my Blackjack either, so I’m not missing that function, although I agree it’s something that’s sorely needed for powerusers!

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