Member since: Aug 26th, 2008
Mar 30th 2012 9:58AM I've been a long time Sega fan, but my gaming stopped for me when they stopped the Dreamcast. These days I rarely buy games, if I do it's generally a Sega game or a Prope game (few those are). Sega had this different style of gaming then that I couldn't find from any other developer. These days they're pretty westernized, and a few gems pop up here and then, but the problem is they're generally exclusives to different platforms, and it's just hard for myself as a fan to buy every platform for every game that they release that I wanted. I think they should just focus on one platform, be an exclusive to them like it was back in the old days of gaming (like what Square did with Sony with the FF series).
Aug 9th 2010 11:13PM Asus should stick these batteries in their netbooks, since netbooks are all about battery life anyways. It would be a big plus I'd think for netbooks.
Jul 31st 2010 1:51AM No stylus support. I want pen and touch control. There are things the pen does better than a finger, Wacom knows this.
Jul 26th 2010 8:11AM Android fans finally get the device they want, and it's just as bad, if not worse, than some netbooks out there running Windows 7 Starter. Putting flash and Market on this bad boy won't make things better with that 4.5 hours of battery life. It is weird though when a device has such a larger battery, but worse battery life than the mobile devices it's meant to run. I guess bigger screens expoenentially drain battery.
Jul 20th 2010 10:37PM Come on HP, this is going to crap out if you don't give us a nice 15 hour battery life (real life probably 10+ hours) similar to the Asus 1005PE Netbook! If you do, this will be one heck of a device.
Jul 17th 2010 9:01AM That looks horible, S^3 looks so much more professional. This looks like a cheap Android ripoff IMO from the graphics they're using so far; really LQ. Come on Nokia, focus on one thing and don't be a Microsoft with a bazillion things.
Jul 15th 2010 10:56AM Lovin' how the iPhone 4 is still held as the best phone despite it having problems being a phone fundamentally. Man, every phone before and now just apparently didn't even work as a phone I guess... even though we've been using cell phones for over a decade and the iPhone 4 is just a couple months old. Just wow. :)
Jun 30th 2010 11:36PM Simple, ridiculously expensive data plans. If you're going to fork up that much money for a data plan, might as well get a smartphone. If they made it cheap, then it would have sold like hot cakes.
Jun 22nd 2010 1:18AM They need to make it left hand friendly. Dual analog sliders please.
Jun 21st 2010 1:55AM Needs an active digitizer for stylus support. Then I just might.
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