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Post 45 made on Thursday May 27, 2004 at 12:22
peter pollack
Lurking Member
March 2004
I agree but to go directly to the point, it's a given when you buy a product it is stable and responsive..that should have been worked out before releasing it in the first place. When you pay as much for this platform, you expect more.

On 05/12/04 06:52, Kees van der Meer said...
If Iím allowed to speak for all who were involved
in the Betatest program, we also were disappointed
when we heard that there wouldnít be really new
features in the version we then were going to
be testing.

To think of what more you could do with a sophisticated
machine as the iPronto should be not very complex.
More features, more fun! I also like new gadgets
as all of you out there, but first condition is
that you have to create a stable and reliable
workaround for it. When you have reached that
point then you think about adding new stuff. I
am not a Philips employee but I support their
point of view on this. Think of it as a car; you
can add a lot of fancy accessories to it, but
it gets you nowhere if the motor isnít working

Believe me, during the Beta test period we have
ventilated really loads of new ideas for the iPronto.
Too much to name them here but many items are
also discussed here on this forum. I trust that
now the Prontoteam has succeeded in creating a
more stable and a much improved faster workaround,
they will put all available time and energy to
implement new features and functionalities to
this great device soon.


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