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Experience a new era in mobile computing with the HTC Shift. Powerful enough to run Windows Vista® Business, the HTC Shift has the optimal blend of portability and functionality, giving you uncompromised performance while on the move.
HTC Shift features SnapVUE™, an always-on mode that provides you instant access to critical information -- including e-mail previews, local weather, calendar, and SMS -- even if the device is not switched on. Push e-mail gives you instant alerts whenever you have new Outlook® e-mails. Through Wi-Fi or 3.5G high-speed connectivity, you enjoy the ultimate productivity and highest fidelity Internet experience around.
HTC Shift also features a 7-inch touch sensitive screen that slides out and tilts to a comfortable angle. It has a full QWERTY keyboard for convenient messaging and text input. A built-in fingerprint sensor is provided for increased security.
HTC - Shift - HTCHighlights
HTC - Shift - HTC Always-on access to critical information with HTC SnapVUE™
HTC - Shift - HTC Receive instant e-mails with Microsoft® Direct Push technology up to 2 days on battery standby
HTC - Shift - HTC Powerful enough to give you the full Windows Vista® experience
HTC - Shift - HTC Revolutionary small form factor gives you portability without compromising mobility
HTC - Shift - HTC Adjustable 7-inch touch screen
HTC - Shift - HTC Mouse buttons and microPad
HTC - Shift - HTC Worldwide UMTS with HSDPA
HTC - Shift - HTC Bluetooth® 2.0 and Wi-Fi®
HTC - Shift - HTC USB 2.0 connectivity
HTC - Shift - HTC Fingerprint sensor

Operating System Windows Vista® Business
Keyboard Slide-out QWERTY keyboard
Applications Voice memo
- WMV/MP4 player
- File manager
- Fingerprint recognition
Processor Intel® Processor A110, 800 MHz
Memory RAM: 1GB DDR2 microDIMM RAM for Vista + 64 MB for SnapVUE™
ROM: 128 MB for SnapVUE™
Display 7-inch, 800 X 480 TFT-LCD display with adjustable screen angle and touch-sensitive screen
SIM Interface 1.8/3V USIM/SIM card slot
Headset Jack 3.5mm stereo audio out with microphone
Frequency HSDPA/UMTS: Tri-band 850, 1900, 2100 MHz
HSDPA: Up to 3.6Mbps for download and 384kbps for upload UMTS: Up to 384kbps for download and upload
GSM/GPRS/EDGE: Quad-band 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz (The device will operate on frequencies available from the cellular network)
Talk Time Vista® operating time: Up to 2 hours
Standby Time SnapVUE™ standby time (push e-mail enabled): Up to 53 hours
SnapVUE™ standby time (push e-mail disabled): Up to 10 days
AC Adaptor Voltage range/frequency: 90 ~ 265V AC, 47/63Hz
DC output: 12Vdc, 3A max.
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi®. IEEE 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth® Bluetooth® 2.0
Email Yes
Battery 2700 mAh rechargeable Lithium-ion polymer battery
External Antenna Port No
Speakerphone Yes
Internet Yes
Built-in Camera Color CMOS VGA camera for videoconferencing
Caller ID Yes
Audio/Video Built-in microphone and dual speakers

Other Resources
Shift Questions
Owner's Manual
Microsoft Origami Experience Manual
Quick Start Guide

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angeunique HTC Shift X9501 DEAD. HTC have it since 3 months still not repaired!! 4 Mar 20 2009, 11:37 PM EDT by angeunique
Thread started: Jan 23 2009, 2:07 PM EST  Watch
I sent my HTC Shift X9501 for repair after bought 3 weeks before. HTC have it since 3 months ago! They told me MAYBE it's the grafic card defective, after a week, saying MAYBE it's the screen defect. They have it since 3 months ago. After 3 phones and 2 emails; they told me, to WAIT more weeks for repair on garantee. To do not comunicate anymore, to wait for the company comunicate me later, because if i intend to hurry up, they will charge me! So that HTC SHIT (oh! i did a mistake, i want to said: That HTC SHIFT 9501 is problematical. It begins after 2 and half weeks i bought new at Expansys, i phoned and wroted the screen, shows vertical lines stripes: Yellow, blue and red on all the screen. I plugged the USB adapter included in the box. The battery came hot when i pulled out that adapter, the plastic inside the USB socket came out, the battery camevery hot! The USB socket came also very hot, it begins to melt the plastic, i fast unplugged the battery. I saw the plstic separator inside the socket was out and 2 of the 4 pins inside USB was touching one to other, making short circuit. I had a lot of UMPC's without any trouble, it's the first one with so problems! They told me they will send me a RMA to send back after 10 days i received a RMA but for HTC in Indianapolis, Indiana, i sent it there, registered UPS. What to do now? I lost it? They are very bad...for a big company! I paid a lot for that lemon! $1500.USD. I live in Canada, the law does not protect the seller, i cannot pay $1000. of attorney! How can i get repaired on garantee or a complete refund or another one in exchange?
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Anonymous 60GB 1 Jan 20 2009, 10:45 PM EST by mlooby
Thread started: Jun 24 2008, 12:18 PM EDT  Watch

One of my friends is looking for a 60GB HTC shift. Does anyone know how to get one?
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Ronald16 Skype with HTC SHIFT 0 Jan 7 2009, 1:43 PM EST by Ronald16
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Had great difficulties with the image Freezes and distorts. Using a land connection. Anybody hving the same problem . Solutions?
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