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I did like iPhone but I made the switch to the 928. I love this phone plus now Nokia and Microsoft merge I looking forward to seeing where they. Well I think my next phone will be 1520. Hoping

 

 

 

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I was having a ton of fun setting up my new Nexus 7, and playing with it at home. However, once I tried to work on it, I felt disappointed. It was expected, but I was surprised how quickly I felt it. Android 4.3 still has considerable lag IMO as well. Hopefully 4.4 really takes Project butter further. I might keep the N7 just to have an Android device in the house.

 

Still undecided about my fall lineup... I can now see a Windows 8/RT tablet in my future (either Nokia's or Microsoft's). The new Sony 11" tablet does look appealing as well. Phone wise, I am not 100% yet.

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All that said I think I have the perfect solution to my problems.  I used to say a blackberry + ipad was the perfect relationship.  For me I think a WP + ipad MIni with LTE will be my perfect mix.  

I have been a big advocate for the 8" tablet form factor, until I started reading magazines in digital format. 9"-10" is a good size if you read a lot of magazines or PDF documents.

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