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: hi i have recently purchased a nokia 9500. i have had it for about a few months and i think by far it is the best phone i have purchased yet. i can im, check my emails, go on the web with wlan and even go watch videos on youtube. it is crazy. if you are thinking of buying one go right ahead. you can download almost anything to it, games software.. I HAVE AT&T and it works with there system even though it isn't an 850band phone. oh and it has a camera and video camera.
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 had this phone for about 6 months now, and it does become a bit of a talking point...I always say the same things. 'It's a remote control..you can control people with it' or 'Well, I haven't lost it yet'. The phone is ideal, but only if you use the functions available. It is possible that the PHONE doesn't have enough features, but then it isn't a Personal Desktop Assistant.
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!
Excerpt: I needed a data-centric phone, and I hoped the HP 6315 would do the trick. It soon became apparent that the disastrous 6315 wasn't going to cut it (and I'm an HP and Pocket-PC fan). I use an Audiovox 5600 on AT&T as my primary phone, but as a data device that allows me to leave my laptop behind on some travel, the 9500 is great. Being able to effectively respond to e-mails and find web-sites with a usable screen and an instant-on device is invaluable.
Excerpt: i like the features and specially the design of this particular handy phone.i wish they can add more feature to it so that i wont have to buy a new upgraded version of this phone because i really love it's design and it's functions.