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Final (Apr 29, 2008)
Installed it on four different machines last night:
Dell Inspiron E1405 (CoreDuo, 2GB RAM, WindowBlinds 6, MCE); Dell Inspiron 9100 (XP Pro, P4, 2GB RAM), Dell Dimension 3000 (XP Home, P4, 512MB RAM), and Dell Dimension 4600 (XP Home, P4, 512MB RAM, Vista Transformation Pack 8.01). All went smoothly, no problems thus far. Only minor issue is with VTP the taskbar and windowframes lose their "skin."
Final (Dec 30, 2009 - 12:50 PM)
So, I have had my Imagio for a whole 2 days now (having upgrade from the Touch/XV6900 on Verizon). And thus far, I have to say -- it pretty much rocks. With TouchFLO turned off, I have had zero problems. Verizon finally dumped locking the GPS (which means all GPS apps work now, not just VZ Navigator), built in FM Radio, can handle up to a 32GB SD card. Of course none of this is WinMo specific, but I am at a loss to see why WinMo 6.5 which can run all this stuff in a modern looking interface and MULTITASK (unlike the iPhone) is being slammed. The Marketplace is getting better all the time too -- and unlike Apple's app store, this is more signal than noise with the apps that are being offered (who cares if you have 10,000 apps to choose from if most of them are junk?) Hopefully, the Imagio will be upgradable to WinMo 7 when it comes out :-)
Final (Dec 30, 2009 - 8:15 AM)
Admittedly, I do not use Excel very often on my mobile device ... but I spent some time with it, and had no problems at all selecting groups of cells vertically or horizontally (or "diagonally," extending the overall range). Excel "knew" what I was trying to do and did not scroll the worksheet.
Final (Dec 29, 2009 - 7:12 PM)
I know I will likely be slammed for this ... but: I just started using the HTC Imagio with WinMobile 6.5. Turning off HTC's TouchFlo is very easy (which is good -- because as pretty as it is, totally bogs down the system), and you then get the "native" WinMobile 6.5 interface. Thus far, it's fast, useable, and have not had to break out the stylus once. If MS can put a modern/aesthetically pleasing face on their email client, calendar, etc., it really is a good platform IMHO. Aside from the Office apps, It has a modern "ZUNE" feel to it, and frankly -- my need to sync with Outlook on the desktop is paramount. I don't have an Exchange Server, and don't really want to sync with Gmail (like I could do with the Droid). I wouldn't count WinMobile out yet ... (and, I'm betting, the Office Mobile 2010 apps will end up with a more modern feel as well, FWIW)