iSync, youSync

October 30, 2002

T68i This week, I got a new mobile phone, the way cool Sony Ericsson T68i. The T68i has built-in bluetooth, allowing it to work with iSync. I'm impressed by just how cool this is, how easy it was to set up and how well it works. It even matches nicely with the iBook.

I may not keep the T68i, however, since I only get 1-2 bars (out of 5) of reception at my apartment, and that's only when I hold the phone up to the window. Reception and sound quality is excellent by the law school and elsewhere in the city, but the phone doesn't pick up enough signal at home. Since I have read that the T68i has some issues with reception, I may need to go back to a bluetooth-less Nokia.

Posted by Andrew Raff at October 30, 2002 12:30 PM
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I'm high on this thing, but I get considerably better coverage than you report.

Posted by: Denise Howell on November 1, 2002 09:04 PM

The only place I seem to have problems with reception is on my street. One block either way, I get a decent signal. Everywhere else I've checked in Brooklyn or Manhattan, I've had a good signal. It may just be that I live in an area that Voicestream couldn't care less about covering.

Posted by: Andrew Raff on November 4, 2002 08:49 PM