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HTC Touch Cruise

HTC Touch Cruise
alaScore 80

52 reviews

Aug, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 52 reviews of HTC Touch Cruise. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other GPS for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the usability. The durability is also appreciated. Opinions are divided on the design. Some have doubts about the screen.

durability, usability

screen

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other GPS the HTC Touch Cruise is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Martin Regtien (digitalreviews.net)

HTC Touch Cruise - Reviewed

 

One of the most prolific makers of smartphones and PDAs, HTC, has been bringing out a slew of devices onto the Australian market.

Aug, 2008

Expert review by : David Tran (mrgadget.com.au)

HTC Touch Cruise Pocket PC Review

 

For a PDA and GPS device, the HTC Touch Cruise works very well.With the hype of the HTC Touch Diam...

May, 2008

Expert review by : Brian Osborne (geek.com)

HTC launches the Touch Cruise

 

This week, HTC launched the HTC Touch Cruise. The HTC Touch Cruise is powered by the Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Professional operating system and is the third device in the HTC Touch product line (see our review of Sprint's latest Touch). The HTC Touch...

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : Adam Weinberg (askmen.com)

HTC Touch Cruise

 

The HTC Touch Cruise offers a great alternative for those who want to stand on the edge of popularity.

The growth of GPS-centric devices has exploded over the last 12 months, with phones like the iPhone and Android running a slew of impressive applications through this technology. HTC is rolling out a new version of its Touch handset, the Touch Cruise,...

Expert review by : Ross Catanzariti (goodgearguide.com.au)

HTC Touch Cruise

 

The first HTC Touch device to come equipped with built-in GPS, the Touch Cruise features a similar feature set to the [[prodid:4511]], minus the slide...

HSDPA-capable, built-in GPS, Wi-Fi, navigational pad and scroll wheel, TouchFLO interface

Slightly bulky design, below average display

The Touch Cruise may not be the best looking smartphone on the market, but it has an excellent features list, headed by built-in GPS, Wi-Fi and HTC's TouchFLO interface.

Mar, 2008

Expert review by : Anthony Caruana (macworld.com.au)

HTC Touch Cruise

 

HTC has more mobile devices in its range than you can poke a stick at — 19 at the time of writing. In other words, it has the entire market covered and offers a smartphone solution for just about everyone. However, why it needs so many is a bit of...

GPS, 3G, Bluetooth; compact size

No memory card for maps

Australian Macworld’s buying advice. The Touch Cruise is a nice device. HTC’s customisation aids its usability and it packs plenty of features. Mac users will need to factor in extra costs for a memory card and — as it’s a Windows Mobile device — sync...

May, 2008

Expert review by : Mendelson Tiu (smartoffice.com.au)

Get Lost With HTC GPS Phone

 

Various companies have followed the footsteps of Apple by launching touch phones that have minimal keys. The Touch Cruise is HTC's new touch phone that not only runs on Windows Mobile 6, but also comes with a built-in GPS receiver that can take you...

Small profile; TouchFLO; Intuitive interface; Built-in GPS

Touch ‘keys' may take some time to get used to; Small screen is not good for GPS navigation; No TTS in GPS function; Heavy programs (like CoPilot) takes a while to load; Battery life

Apr, 2008

Expert review by : Artem Lutfullin (mobile-review.com)

Preview of UMTS-communicator HTC Touch Cruise

 

The side panels as well as the rear are made of soft-touch plastic, thanks to this the Cruise delivers a nice tactile feel. Its spines also feature chrome-like plastic insets, which is similar to the P3300, the first device where HTC implemented them.

Nov, 2007

Consumer review (ciao.com)

HTC Touch Cruise

 

The HTC Touch Cruise is intelligent enough to help you navigate from point A to point B, but that is just the beginning. With the introduction of HTC Footprints, you have a mobile phone that lets you grasp all the precious details of the instances that...

using best for travel

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May, 2009

Consumer review (ciao.com)

HTC Touch Cruise

 

Touch mobile Touch Cruise, HTC are new families that have been equipped with GPS and digital maps Java Bali.

HTC Touch Cruise Family Touch With GPS

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Apr, 2009
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