- Christopher Null , Wired
The AT&T Tilt promises, on paper, every wireless standard you could possibly ask for...
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A wonderful device that packs in some nice features
The HTC TyTN II is a wonderful device and it packs in some nice features. Its design is high-tech, yet solid and functional. The communication capabilities allow using it in almost every out-of-the-office scenario. We liked the QWERTY keyboard and the notebook-like usability of the device. The integrated GPS receiver is another really cool feature. The battery too is on par with the rich feature set of the device.
The downsides we found with the TyTN II are that it doesn't have a VGA resolution display and it's not really pocketable. It doesn't have a 3D accelerator or USB host f... Full review
Poor battery life may be the real dealbreaker for some users
3G? It's in there. Wi-Fi? It's in there. GPS? It's in there. In fact, the AT&T Tilt promises, on paper, every wireless standard you could possibly ask for, a rather giddy slap in the face to Apple's comparably crippled iPhone. Designed for deep geeks who don't value style so much, the Tilt slides open to reveal a spacious QWERTY keyboard (just like its big brother the AT&T 8525), earning its name by letting you tilt the screen to a comfortable incline, which makes it far more useful in tabletop action. There's a lot to like, even love, here: Full-on Office Mobile, push email, push-t... Full review