The perfect gadgets that I’ve ever owned
As a response to Verge’s Perfect 10/10 Gadgets that You’ve Owned I accepted the challenge and I’m going to list some of my gadgets that I’ve found no flaws in.
So, first my current main mobile phone, which is a 2006 Sony Ericsson K800i, which was brought to me by my grandpa from the UK. It is the best phone I’ve ever used. It makes descent photos with it’s 3.2 MP camera, it has FM Radio, Bluetooth and 3G for fast internet browsing. Back at the time when I had unlimited data plan I used to browse with this phone at sleepless nights and I was a lot of fun. The integrated browser is crap, but you can download the latest version of Opera Mini (the phone supports Java apps) and be like a boss. Even a Motorola Milestone, which is an Android 2.2 phone with Wi-Fi, GPS and all those cool new features turned out to be the crappies phone EVER because it became unusable when the touch screen got this “ghost touch” problem.
iPod touch second generation. This is my hero. I’ve dropped this piece of tech gazillion times and it still works as best as it worked the first day I got it out of it’s box. It has all my favorite music, it has Wi-Fi and enables me to check in on foursquare when I go to my favorite venues and is still my pass to the wonderful apps in the AppStore, although I get this “this app is not compatible with this iPod touch” error recently. I guess it’s time for a new one!