Giveaway: Winterface by VITO Technology


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It's Giveaway time again and this week we will be giving away a free copy of Winterface by VITO Technology!

Hurray!

In order to win - place a comment in this post telling about your first cell-phone, smartphone or PDA.

That's it. It's as simple as that.

Tell us what was your first smartphone / PDA and you will be in the contest! As usual, funny comments or funny pictures are even better.

On Tuesday 24:00 next week (May 26th) we will conduct a draw and pick a winner!

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Comments

CorruptedSanity said…
Sony Ericsson P800i. At the time, Symbian UIQ was more stable than WM.
Bronson25 said…
Hi , my first moilephones will be Ericsson P337, i can't really remember which year of it . But currently im using HTC Touch Pro .
Sian said…
My first PDA phone is Dopod D810. Has been using HTC phone since then.
uzziah0 said…
I had a Palm xeIII (I think it was).
I used it for about 3 years; At work there was an employee discount and a bunch of us got them.
One guys got a Windows CE (I can't remember exactly what it was, but I think it was just before ppc2002) device, it was in COLOR, but he had problems with it all the time.
MobileSpoon said…
Aren't we all... :-D
Icehouse719 said…
My first phone was a Technophone PC-205 handheld; it was about half the size of a standard brick (and weighed about as much).  I used it for about three years in the early '90s.  It currently makes a very good paper weight in my office...
jfusco said…
My first cell phone was an analog bag phone (don't remember the model but I think it was from GE). It did not have a battery so it had to be plugged in to the car and, yes, it had to have one of those ubiquitus external cell antennas. I got it from my parents who had used it where they lived. When I had it activated, the technician asked me if it had come from Chicago. I said yes and asked him how he knew. He said the system ID had come up as 1 and told me the very first cellular network was installed in Chicago.
Stewart said…
What a great idea Gill - this is fun!
(And not just because I need that Vito UI)
My first phone was a Sony Ericsson phone, it was small and sexy but I didn't like it so much... )
 
It had this strange little antenna... 8-)  not the coolest thing...
AlexGV said…
Samsung Omnia i900 - Brazil - Vivo Telecom
Andrew said…
First one:  HTC Touch pro.  Like it soooo muuuch
 
Regards
Leonick said…
Ah my first phone... was a Bosch... and a big one :P... I think i was about 11-12 year old dont remember exactly what year i got it :P
 
I loved it and though it was cool but everyone else at scholl hade one half the size :P they had new ones i hade my dads old one :P wouldnt even fit in my pocket
 
looked something like this http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_kdtaGUBy0c4/R5RiMuTDZUI/AAAAAAAAAOs/czXE8LjaqiQ/s400/bosch.jpg but just black
Mikimond said…
My first phone was a Mitsubishi... about 11 years ago...
My first PDA was the fantastic Dell Axim X51V, I loved it.
Now I have an HTC Diamond ;)
alin said…
On december last year I got an Omnia.
I got so used with the tuchscreen interface on the omnia that I sometimes find myself pushing the screen on my old phone - SE V630i :)    
 
valjo said…
My first was Siemens S15, and it was hmm.. 15 years ago...
Walter Stone said…
I hav lg
gincite. I like it but it needs apps to help it!
MediaTruth said…
My first cell phone was a Motorola Flip phone. No caller ID! Just big orange letters that said CALL when it rang.  Only "ringer on" or "silent", no vibrate. I think it was 1995 when I purchased it.  The battery (which was external) was about as thick as an entire cell phone is today!!!  I think I could program about 10 speed dial #'s in it.  I love my new Samsung Omnia.
Zizza07 said…
My first phone was O2 Xda II equipped with bluetooth and no wifi. I was thinking only to try games and then I had a click on O2 xda atom life. Which is smaller size then its former brother. Quick interface and having more features than O2 xda II. And yes I can take myself a picture. Well to go to clubs its flashing with O2 xda life. Actually someone has the intention to make my phone to himself and I said No way I got the life.  Hope it last all the life.