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Old 11-22-2008, 08:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Yesterday, I stood in sub 20 degree windchill for an hour to get a new Storm. Heck I'm 54 and have never even considered doing this and never had for concerts or games. I did not have much time to play with the device yesterday. I felt a little out of my element coming from the 8830 where I could drive and do limited things. After a much needed night of sleep, I can tell you my thoughts of returning to the old 8830 are disappearing. My typing is moving along much more smoothly with more time practicing. The increase in speed and screen are awsome. I am sure that I will not ever be as fast as on my 8830, but I'm not a power user. After a little time, I am convinced I will not go back to the 8830. I hope others feel the same way....Just give the Storm some time!
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I agree if early iphone adapters felt the same way they would have returned all of them. They had to do os updates and so will the storm. why do people give apple a slide and not Rim?? be patient!
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