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Brunty's avatar

Do you prefer one device in your pocket for everything or separate devices (phone, audio player etc)?

Asked by Brunty (93points) March 18th, 2008 from iPhone
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0o_Niques_o0's avatar

One device… carrying around a bunch can be a pain! I find myself pulling out an mp3 when madly trying to find a ringing cell phone, etc. One device makes it compact and simple! ...(and less likely to miss calls

Spargett's avatar

One device for sure, unless you’re prone to losing things. Then its your potential downfall.

I imagine billions of dollars in goods is either lost or damaged anually by girls when they drink. I think the girls I’ve dated might be able to match that quota alone.

cwilbur's avatar

Multiple devices. That way I can leave the phone behind or turn it off when I don’t want to be bothered.

But I’m old-fashioned; the only device I routinely carry with me is my iPod, and my PDA is made of paper and called a “notebook.”

TrenchMouth's avatar

I used to be an iPod/phone/hipsterPDA/pen/keys/wallet kind of guy. It worked, and subsequently it changed my pants buying habits for a while. I was later provided with an iPhone and ever since I have been an iPhone/keys/wallet kind of guy.

I suppose the answer is that I prefer separate components if they do the job better than a single device. I have been happy with the iPhone as a substitute. Years back I had a Palm Zire and it just didn’t cut it.

I still keep a Moleskine handy, just not in my pocket.

crackerjack's avatar

I only carry my phone wallet and keys, my phone is a krazr, not an iphone, but it does have the ability to record songs on it that I can listen to

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