My Tungsten T3
is not well. This morning on the tube, after having had it in the charge/sync cradle all night, I was met by the tap calibration screen, meaning it's been wiped back to factory preset state, and a low battery warning. The battery is obviously on its last legs; it's only good for about 20-30 minutes use now. When I have the time I'm going to investigate whether I can get a replacement battery for a reasonable price and find good instructions for taking the thing apart. There's no way in hell I'm going in there without a good map.
*sigh* And we got on so well. I like my T3, but if I can't save it somehow I may have to look into getting a newer model, probably a T|X
. I rather like the thought of non-volatile RAM, and Wi-Fi seems like a useful thing too.
On a brighter note, I got my laptop back yesterday. Not only have they fixed the keyboard, but they've also replaced the screen (which I didn't ask them to, but which was a good idea seeing how the keys wear on it).