Mobile device disruption of current social and/or business models is a brave new future, perhaps, ultimately displacing one’s desktop computer. Frankly, in comparison, my Droid can accomplish most tasks albeit with a much smaller screen and miniaturized QWERTY keyboard.
I’m impressed with my Droid thus far and can’t help drawing parallels between it and Issac Asimov’s iRobot in addition to Star Trek communicators.
- Engadget Motorola DROID review (link).
- Gizmodo Motorola Droid review (link).
- Ubergizmo Motorola Droid review (link).
The last thing needed in my life is a device that drains scarce time from the mortal hourglass. I want my Droid to accomplish the following tasks —
- Synchronize email.
- Content production.
- Integration with recreational activities specifically ham radio and surfing.
- Social network integration when mobile.
- Decision data such as product and/or service(s) review.
I’m observing a mobile device viewing trend using Google analytics. I recommend thinking about one’s blog layout through the lens of Droid-like devices. Likewise, the presentation of one’s introduction, body, and conclusion as viewed on these screens.
Additionally, when producing video for YouTube, compare it against a desktop monitor and a mobile device screen.
Overall, with 24-hours of experience, I’m pleased with Droid’s near intuitive Google operating system, connectivity to the Internet, its baseline package of applications, and industrial design.
73 from the shack relaxation zone.