Judie, I Think You Are Tilted


For those of us who do not covet the iPhone (yes, there are still a few), one of the most highly anticipated devices to come onto the scene has been the Tilt from HTC (also known as the TyTN II or Kaiser depending upon your carrier).

Well, JAMM contributor and Gear Diary owner, Judie, spent about a month with the AT&T version of the Tilt, and just posted her thoughts over at Gear Diary.  So, what does she think?  Is this phone all it is cracked up to be?  Is it worth the hype?  Despite the fact that she was not impressed by the 3 megapixel camera, Judie comments:

From the beginning, I liked almost everything about the Tilt’s hardware. Its 6.6 ounces felt perfect in my hand, and everything about its construction – including the sliding mechanism – was (and is) rock solid. Over the last month my impression of the device’s hardware quality has never changed; the Tilt feels “right”, and I really like its finish and weight.

So, head on over to Gear Diary and read the rest of her thoughts on what must be the most highly anticipated Windows Mobile device on the market.  And, of course, stay tuned for my review of the HTC Touch coming soon right here on JAMM.

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  1. #1 by Daniel Vachon on November 3, 2007 - 7:37 am


    I just bougth a TyTN II and it is the best PPC I have ever owned. I just sold my HTC Touch which wasn’t bad but the memory was not enough.

    Question: The Micro SD Card does not come out easily. Should the plastic «door» be taken off on both sides? This «feature» is not the best I must confess.



  2. #2 by spmwinkel on November 3, 2007 - 12:52 pm

    Hi Daniel :)

    I believe that if you look at the front of the device (the front of the screen) you should put your nail between the device and the plasic ‘door’ (on the front side, the side of the screen) and pull it out. It should come out on the left side, and then you rotate it 90 degrees towards you. So the right part stays in, and the left part will point at you.

    At least, this is how I do it.

    (Yeah, Doug – I picked up the TyTn II yesterday, I like it a lot! Now going to read Judie’s review to compare my experiences.)

  3. #3 by dgoldring on November 3, 2007 - 1:42 pm

    Congrats on your purchase, SPM. That is one of the few devices that I want more than my Mogul. It looks very cool. Let me know how it works out for ya.


  4. #4 by spmwinkel on November 3, 2007 - 1:54 pm

    I’ve written some very early comments here:
    and in the reply to Judie’s review

  5. #5 by Judie on November 3, 2007 - 2:23 pm

    Hi Daniel, the way spmwinkel said it works well. :-)

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