And no boys and girls, I was not impressed! To start with, it is the size and shape of a house brick. All square corners and stepped edges. I don’t know whatever happened to ergonomic design in the general scheme of things.
And then I switched it on. It has a little database, not much more than a card index really, word processor which I didn’t really look at and connectivity with the Internet, so long as you pay extra for a wireless card. Oh yes, and it has some games! Wow! I thought, until I realised that they are the sort of text games we were playing in the late 80s. And best of all, it has a whole 128 mb of internal storage.
So in summary, we have something which looks like a Braille Lite and acts like a Eureka A4!
I won’t be buying one with its hefty price tag of around £3000, especially as my phone, bought for £150 probably has more functionality.