My sweet new phone
I'm not the most tech savvy guy in the world, but I'm starting to learn a little bit more. Last year I became the owner of an iPod touch and it has been a source of great joy for me. Just recently, my cell phone began to malfunction (I couldn't talk on it unless I had it on speaker) so I began to hunt for a replacement.
Lots of guys out there have these "smart phones" and, after looking at them online, I wasn't so sure I needed all that they had to offer. I don't really need all the email and data capabilities, but there was one that I just couldn't keep my eyes off of. It's the AT&T Tilt and it is sweet.
The Tilt comes with WiFi built in, which for me is great because I didn't want to purchase the data package. I found one that was refurbished and got it for a really cheap price. It came earlier this week and I am like a kid at Christmas. With the Tilt I can (and do):
Use Word Perfect Mobile, Excel Mobile, and PowerPoint Mobile
Email from my home and office accounts; I can also email documents straight from my phone
Surf the web as long as I have a WiFi signal
Put a ton of songs on it via Windows Media Player
Text on a pretty user friendly keyboard
Play some pretty sweet games
And basically waste a lot of time figuring out all the stuff that I can do
I'm not gonna be one of those guys with some Blue Tooth headset in my ear 24/7 (I don't even own one plus I'm not that important, but who really is?). But, if you see me, I may just be fiddling with it for awhile trying to figure it out. Kellie likes it because she can check all of her weather sites. So, give me a call some time and I can chat you up on my state-o-the-art sweet phone.
at May 31, 2008
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