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What's With the iPhone Killers???

I think it is really stupid that all these WM device manufacturers are trying to *kill* the iPhone with all these touch only devices. I for one want a front facing QWERTY bar device. We all know that the choices for these are very very limited as of this writing. I do hope that this changes in the very near future. Please please please don't kill the QWERTY bar form factor.
At the moment both my devices are QWERTY sliders and I've blogged before that I want to go back to the QWERTY bar form factor.
I am still waiting for the Treo Pro to reach Manila soil... I am still undecided if I will get rid of the TyTN2 or S730 or keep em all and relegate one as a spare device.
I do feel that there aren't any new WM6.1 standard QWERTY bar devices being announced.
Hey manufacturers are you listening???


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