Excerpt: Announced under the HTC brand, the new TyTN Pocket PC continues to amaze the customers that managed to get their hands on this one, even after two months from its market release. The device started to leak its technical specifications on the Internet under the Qtek 9600 name.
Conclusion: An excellent device for power users who need to do email, view and edit Word and Excel documents, view PowerPoint presentations and PDFs on the go and surf the web. Not just a business device, the Cingular 8525 and TyTN are great multimedia playmates with good support for music and video playback.
Conclusion: I must say that I have been very impressed with the HTC TyTN. Overall I like it much more than the Orange M3100. Sure the M3100 is the better looking of the two but the stability problems that I have been experiencing with the M3100 have finally got the better of me.
Excerpt: The Propaganda HTC have long been manufacturing Pocket PCs for other people, such as O2 and Orange, but the Tytn marks their first foray into this world under their own name. It's a tri-band 3G Pocket PC, with a full…
Excerpt: We have always assumed the TyTN would be a fairly large device as the press images always make a device look much larger than it is. But once you get your hands on one you will find it relatively small, measuring 112.5 x 58 x 21.95 and blessed with a nice grey/silver finish.
Excerpt: HTC, the manufacturer behind the O2 Xda and Orange SPV handsets, is now also marketing products under its own brand. Not content with GSM, GPRS, EDGE and 802.11b/g, the TyTN also packs in 3G and HSPDA.
Excerpt: I know there have been a few HTC TyTN reviews over the past few weeks and many of you will have already seen my Orange SPV M3100 reviews . Obviously there are a great number of similarities between the HTC TyTN and the M3100 so I’ll focus upon a comparison.