Written on: 06/12/2005 by stuart63 (1 review written)
This Nokia 9210 mobile phone can be a real boon as it can give you complete independence from the office, with calls and faxes diverted to the handset, and the ability to collect emails from your personal ISP account - very handy indeed.
But... the unit is unreliable and flaky. The slightest tap and it will start to deteriorate - loss of telephone display, fatigue in the screen cable leading to 'snow' on the main screen from time to time, non-functioning keys as dust makes its way behind... (read more)
Written on: 26/04/2003 by aleez.
well, Communicator series was the first Nokia I ever used, not only 9210looks dashing and Masculline but it performs the same as well, my no,2 key got pressed but that aint a point to mention because you've got enuff keys inside,, Overall its a masterpiece
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Written on: 13/04/2003 by Satpal S. Loyal.
Overall The Nokia 9210 is a very good package, the software is user freindly and very easy to access, and the need to carry two devices is eliminated.
The screen display is very bright and shows well.
The lack of a touch screen function lets it down slightly. (read more)
Written on: 17/02/2003 by Robert H Halfon.
This seems to be the only 'smartphone' with a keyboard around at present and it does an excellent job. To be able to look at internet and receive email attachments on the move is great and the keyboard enables you to write long replies. The office software like word etc is extremely useful. The fax facility is also very helpful as you can also receive faxes. The software is on the whole stable although I have had to download programmes from the Nokia website to reinstall when I have had a... (read more)
Written on: 26/01/2003 by Piesang.
I've had about 20 phones in the past 8 years. The 9210i is by far the best phone i've ever used. I've had Ericsson, Siemens, Motorola, other Nokia's, but this is definately the phone to have. (read more)
Written on: 23/12/2002 by Phenix.
I wait for the new generation of the 9110 or 9210 ... but for the moment I have never seen another wonderful tools from nokia. The color in the 9210 ... not improve realy the power of the device. You can do everything like an little old computer with internet. So email and telenet work perfectly with a real keyboard and a real screen. I have buy my communicator since 2000 and use it every day. It's the phone use for system administrator or geek. (read more)
Written on: 17/10/2002 by Ian.
I am lucky enough to have tried them all Jornada 928 (fragile and buggy software), Ipaq 3850 with GPRS/GSM sleeve (disaster, crashed all the time), Handspring Treo (surprised me, but terrible battery), 9210 (flaky software in early versions), 9110 (good). There is only one which truly works, it does what it says on the box. The Nokia 9210i. Battery life is measured in days rather than hours. Software implemented well, and works as exepcted. (One of the gadgets above only showed the number of... (read more)
Written on: 08/10/2002 by rey.
My Nokia 9210 mobile phone needed to be "booted" at least once a day to prevent errors and hang. I got a v.4.13 RAE-3 and sometimes, my SMS messages rerouted to "outbox" and send it many times without warning. Not until i "cold" boot it. It's very frustating to access Mails because you can't delete unwanted mails not unless you reconnect again. PC mail sync is also irritating. All in all, 9210 is buggy that's why 9210i went boosting as a nifty alternative. Nokia guys should do something in... (read more)
Written on: 16/08/2002 by Yasser Chaudhry.
Well Phone is goood but i think Nokia ppl cant handle it properly. I bought this from UAE and i live in Pakistan. And as per their rules its warranty last uptil one year but they fail to give me the warranty after 5 months. they got completely failed and at the end they give me used re-furbished phone set in which missed calls are not recorded and its word software is not opening. So now u tell me i bought this phone set with a great deal of enthusiam and now nokia people fails to give me... (read more)
Written on: 12/08/2002 by Gerhard Compion.
Loved what the phone could do - could send emails and faxes on the train and surf the net. Handsfree phone, good with SMSes.
But could not get any backup when the software acted up. Had to find out the phone was sold to me with outdated software and that the most current version is riddled with errors as well.
Handed my 9210 back to nokia after 3 weeks. (read more)
Written on: 08/08/2002 by Bob Thornton.
The Nokia Communicator is by far the worst phone i have ever bought. It was a disaster from the first instance. i Couldnt bare the weight, it was literally like carrying a laptop around with you, and to pay 500 pounds or so for something so ridiculously overrated is crazy. its a good job, there was a 14 day money back guarantee, or i'd still be pulling out my hair! .. DONT BUY IT. :) (read more)
Written on: 29/07/2002 by Bristolspirit@aol.com.
Everyone knows the memory probs on the Nokia 9210 mobile phone however with work these can be overcome, for example by compressing files, storing data and installing programs on MMC. If you're serious about using this for work, as I am, buy a 64Mb MMC or if your budget allows the 128MB one. You can then use this as your main memory drive and keep the phone memory clear for accessing large files and of course running graphic rich programmes like Dragonfire and Rayman!
I wouldn't buy the next... (read more)
Written on: 07/06/2002 by Jim.
Overall, the Nokia 9210 mobile phone is a step backwards after the simplicity of the 9110. Although the whole package is far more glitzy there are a huge number of features missing or ludicrously well sequestered in the monstrous OS. Writing a fax or SMS required two button presses in a 9110, now requires 4. Function buttons used to toggle between applications, now every time you access more than one open file you have to leave another running and reselect it through a central menu rather... (read more)
Written on: 20/04/2002 by Maria.
The Nokia 9210 is the worst mobile phone I have ever bought in my entire life. Have been experiencing very irritating problems since I bought this expensive phone. My unit is now in its v4.13 but still hangs and system crash very often. Could not send SMS, get auto shut off, very embarrassing especially in the middle of a very important phone call. Very impolite indeed. Unstable synchronisation, gets plenty of error messages in between. Insufficient memory. Until now Nokia is not answering... (read more)
Written on: 20/02/2002 by CharlieBrown.
The screen was the first thing that I fell in love with on the nokia 9210 phone. The volume was good. In the office I use the speakerphone although in the field I use the handsfree kit. I was just told that if I took out the earpiece but kept the handsfree attached, they were able to call my phone, hear me talking, but am not aware of the fact. I still have to figure out whether that's something to do with the handsfree or the anykey respond setting.
I have accepted it to be 'bulky'... (read more)
Written on: 17/01/2002 by Francis.
People call the nokia 9210 'bulky' or a 'brick', but do they put that criticism into perspective? You cannot judge the 9210 solely as a phone, it is a hybrid product with combined PDA and mobile phone. In that sense it is still the market leader and beats the latest generation offerings of Sagem and Trium hands down, especially on mobile phone functionality, colour screen and build quality. It is longer than the Ipaq style PDA's but not as broad and takes up the same room, but then you need... (read more)
Written on: 10/01/2002 by Mike Christelow.
For someone on the move a lot, who has to receive and then distribute messages using various media the nokia 9210 is brilliant. I wouldn't be without it.
The device itself generates an initial reaction from people of 'brick' but once you've used it, it actually becomes quite sexy and attractive; it is definitely the dinkiest palmtop type of device you'll get at the moment. Functionally it is pleasing to use and has many appealing features such as 'flight' mode (disable network comms when in... (read more)
Written on: 22/12/2001 by TJ.
THE NOKIA 9210 HAS EASY TO USE FUNCTIONS AND RATHER QUICK MOBILE W.W.W. ALLOWS YOU TO ACCESS THE INTERNET AND SEND E-MAIL ANYWHERE. THE COLOR SCREEN IS PERFECT FOR POWERPOINT AND DOWNLOADS. THE FULL 'QWERTY' KEYBOARD IS IDEAL FOR SCHOOL WORK(MICROSOFT WORD) AND SENDING SMS (TEXT) MESSAGES FAST AND EASILY.
THE NOKIA 9210 IS JUST THAT LITTLE BIT TOO BIG AND HEAVY. IT IS HARD TO FIT IT INTO A TROUSER POCKET. IT IS SLOW AT SENDING E-MAIL WITHOUT A NOKIA PHONE CARD.
OVERALL A REASONABLE AND... (read more)
Written on: 19/12/2001 by Bear.
The symbian alliance was created (Psion,motorola,Nokia...) to bring phone & PDA technology into one Operating system. This they've organised well with quartz, crystal & Pearl.
If the idea is to allow the pda to browse the net and receive email then a touchscreen is vital. The screen is to small and screen space is wasted by titles at the top of the screen and the 4 function buttons on the right. Touchscreen would have been far better. Todays computers are about being enjoyable and... (read more)
Written on: 04/12/2001 by Justin Connolly.
Great if you want an all in one unit, using this machine is like having the 'swiss army knife' of the PDA world always at your side.
You can read Ebooks on it, look at maps, plan routes, send email, look at your diary, surf the net (wap amd web)and still make a hands free call when your doing it all. (read more)
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