We get to work with all sorts of devices from a large variety of vendors.
There was something about the HTC HD7 experience that did not quite sit right with me though it was not quite possible to figure out just what that was. . . at least until now.
When using an Apple iDevice the touch interface is probably one of the best out there.
The ability to touch, hold, and move the cursor about on the iDevice while working with text in the various Apps and the GUI is excellent.
The HD7 Windows Phone 7 (WP7) on the other hand was Neolithic in its implementation. Trying to get the cursor to move about precisely in IE, Word, e-mail, texting, and other places in the HD7 was nothing short of painful.
The WP7 March update that included the ability to Copy and Paste changed all that.
Not only do we now have the ability to copy and paste, which works really well, but now have the ability to move the cursor about with an almost absolute precision.
The cursor movement improvement will make, and already has made, the HD7 usage experience that much better.
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book