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    Default Bigger is better?

    Interesting take in Wired Mag.
    Eternal nothingness is fine if you happen to be dressed for it.
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    Good article.
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    I agree, GOOD article.
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    Default Re: Bigger is better?

    Indeed, this is a good article. I personally like the 4" size right now, but I would like a larger screen, like all the rumors are pointing to
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    Default Re: Bigger is better?

    Agreed
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    Default Re: Bigger is better?

    Excellent article, and thank you for sharing it with us sanibel...
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    Default Re: Bigger is better?

    Hmmm I'm not a fan of the title, but it was informative, and it's good reading. What's not to like?


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    Default Re: Bigger is better?

    Bigger is better - No(IMO), thanks for the article though.


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    Default Re: Bigger is better?

    Quote Originally Posted by agarwal.apar View Post
    Bigger is better - No(IMO), thanks for the article though.


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    What do you have against it?
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    Default Re: Bigger is better?

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Lima View Post
    What do you have against it?
    I just do not like it. I need a device which can be used only with one hand. I am not a Giant Gonzlez guy(WWE?)


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