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# 110310 7-Oct-2012 19:37
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Been a long time reader and tech user . Drive a Win7 HTPC coupled to a Cambridge Audio amp so read that type of forum a lot. Long time user of Symbian based Nokia's so soon to upgrade to a fresh platform probably a win 8 phone, (i'm not an Apple sheep - okay that was controversial wasn't it).

Like looking for tech streamlining ie getting a single device to do the whole lot, hence my early adoption of Nokia phones. I once ran an entire project in Thailand on a N95 an interesting experiment, Win 8 might head this way possibly we'll see.

Geekone has always been a port of call for me keep up the good work guys.

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  # 697700 8-Oct-2012 04:56
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Welcome to the forums




that would be an ecumenical matter

 
 
 
 


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  # 697745 8-Oct-2012 09:35
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  # 697780 8-Oct-2012 10:58
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Sawasdee krup. Interested to hear more about running the Thai project you mention on a single device :-)



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  # 698130 8-Oct-2012 20:19
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Dratsab: Sawasdee krup. Interested to hear more about running the Thai project you mention on a single device :-)


Sawadee dohn yen Krap  

All i took was my n95, a 10" screen and a nokia folding keyboard. Worked well in a fashion (well the fashion at the time, there was no tablets). When necessary i got online, connected to the server at home and uploaded and downloaded docs, photos and the such like. 

It came from an experiment to travel light and not carry much. I did get some odd looks when doing email on the phone using the keyboard. It was a novelty I still use it from time to time a great wee keyboard tho not as good with the touchscreen n8.  got the job done from video to stills to manage the costs on excel and other parts all on a phone.

Now i'd take a tablet.

KM





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