Excerpt: I use all of the features of the Nokia 9500 Communicator in support of my business activities. I particularly like the BLUETOOTH ability to print and fax. The media features are awesome and having the ability to use a keyboard with a wide viewing screen to compose documents is truely appreciated!!! WWW feature is a moneymaker for me.
Excerpt: i have a p900 and it took me a while to adjust to my new 9500. After realizing its potentials and possibilities, i am convinced that my 9500 is indeed a great phone. Being able to access the net for free via WLAN and capturing moments via video (1hr) and pics ( virtually limitless ) plus being able to do word, excel and powerpoint files while you are in a beach, a formal dinner, in the bathroom, almost anywhere makes me wonder why the 9500 came into my life just this...
Excerpt: A firm but more reliable upgrade to the 9210i - featuring an impressive wi-fi and BT connection options wireless working just got cheaper.
Problems transferring larger files but persistence pays off.
If to bulky wait for the 9300 which is same bar wi-fi and camera.....
Excerpt: Really great phone, I got it sometime back like 4-6 years ago, and it was my first qwerty phone.
I loved this phone but then things changed when i got my self the e71, when this was still out, as far as everything goes to this phone it was sleek and nice and i never had problems with it, don't regret this phone at all.
Excerpt: I bought this phone because it was advertised as the total communications tool.
I was fooled. This phone does not fully support IMAP it allows only for the inbox to be synced not any of the other folders, it also does not sync any emails sent using the 9500.
I have no use for an oversized phone with only basic features.
Excerpt: I've owned a 9500 for a year now.
I use it as a PDA, computer, phone, voice recorder and many more.
I have stopped using my laptop totally.
The 9500 can be used to preview movies using SmartConverter 3.0 Read book using the MobiReader/Adobe Acrobat.
I have always used Sony Ericsson Phones, never really liking Nokias Customer Care. They take too long to upgrade firmware and such. Nearly 2 weeks at the beginning, now its 24 hours.
But the phone itself is so endearing!