Russell praises new Cingular phone (aka Scoblephone 2.0)

Russell Beattie reviews the new Cingular 2125 cell phone which is the one I carry around and have been taking pictures with while I’m here in Pittsburgh.

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26 thoughts on “Russell praises new Cingular phone (aka Scoblephone 2.0)

  1. hee hee…weren’t u going off to sleep 🙂 better get some rest tomorrow for the Carnegie Mellon tour…we did a robotics project in our university inspired by their work…good stuff!

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  2. hee hee…weren’t u going off to sleep 🙂 better get some rest tomorrow for the Carnegie Mellon tour…we did a robotics project in our university inspired by their work…good stuff!

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  3. Hi! I was browsing and saw the infamous word -pittsburgh- which is where I am writing this. I recognize most of your ‘burgh photos. Welcome and have a nice stay!!!

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  4. Hi! I was browsing and saw the infamous word -pittsburgh- which is where I am writing this. I recognize most of your ‘burgh photos. Welcome and have a nice stay!!!

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  5. i figured you’d be using the ppc-6700 from sprint or something else with a keyboard and mobile 2005 so that you could blog…this thing from cingular is torture type training…still waiting for that motorola Q…

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  6. i figured you’d be using the ppc-6700 from sprint or something else with a keyboard and mobile 2005 so that you could blog…this thing from cingular is torture type training…still waiting for that motorola Q…

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  7. Just got the 2125 yesterday, love the phone, but ActiveSync puked with “Support Code:85010014” anyone have any ideas? None of the web resources have been of any help. The phone is very sweet though…

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  8. Just got the 2125 yesterday, love the phone, but ActiveSync puked with “Support Code:85010014” anyone have any ideas? None of the web resources have been of any help. The phone is very sweet though…

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  9. Always leaving me wanting for more…

    So now we get edge… but not UTMS.. So still one step behind…

    And still no 802.11… I really want to sync via wi-fi (not to mention VOIP)

    And alas, why no touch screen… This to me is the single biggest flaw IMHO… Seems like a much more natural interface than the “Joystick”…

    Dan

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  10. Always leaving me wanting for more…

    So now we get edge… but not UTMS.. So still one step behind…

    And still no 802.11… I really want to sync via wi-fi (not to mention VOIP)

    And alas, why no touch screen… This to me is the single biggest flaw IMHO… Seems like a much more natural interface than the “Joystick”…

    Dan

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