I have one thing that's missing from my cheapo Nokia mobile phone.
Lists of people to call, sorted by category/project.
In other words, I have a job I'm working on, and I want to be able to view all the people associated with that project and be able to call them from my mobile. I call it a mobile task list.
An example would be a job I'm recruiting for. I want to have the client's phone numbers and the candidates' numbers, and a single press to call them.
I've tried a Blackberry, which integrates the Address Book and Task Lists with Outlook, but I can't seem to create lists and categories so I can call people in a group.
I've seen it running on an O2 using Windows Mobile 5, and categories. Given that I use Outlook to create my tasks, this would seem to be the best solution.
But I wonder what devices can create categories of calls to make. Will a mid-range mobile handset do this and link to a PC? I don't need all the fancy stuff in a Blackberry or Smartphone. I don't want to read my emails or see the Internet on some mini device. I'm not that addicted.
Oh and I want a keypad.
So it looks to me like an iMate Smartphone with Windows Mobile 5, unless someone can suggest a lower cost option.