I’m really happy to say that Acer Ferrari Liquid E’s project manager Gino Villame and their technical support person William de Guia made sure that I’ll be able to use my phone. They went to see me in Trinoma yesterday afternoon, at the time of my convenience. Gino, I believe had to brave the traffic of EDSA to drive all the way from Makati to Quezon City, not a small feat considering that he had to be back in Makati by 4PM. We met at around 1:30PM. On top of that I also found out that he lives in QC so that means that morning he already drove all the way to Makati, and that means he will have to drive back to QC when he goes home for the day.
This time William came prepared, and I really appreciate the fact that Gino Villame went with him to see me even if he doesn’t have to do it. I was honest with Gino and told him that I blogged about the incident. He just smiled and didn’t seem offended. He also gladly listen to my unsolicited advice on how they should deal with clients and as to how they can make sure that early adopters will not get disappointed with their service.
Gino also took time out to teach me how to use the phone.
It took awhile for William to finish the syncing/transferring of my phone contacts. Sad to say, only 5,025 of my 5,041 contacts got transferred and a lot of the numbers of the people with multiple contact details got lost. However, this is understandable because with 5,041 contacts its bound to happen.
After using the phone for two days, I think I’m enjoying my Acer Ferrari Liquid E. It has a lot of Buddhist applications that helps in my pursuit of the dharma. I think it is indeed a worldly thing that may make life a little better, especially, in my pursuit of Project 168.
Oh by the way, did I mention that it has Dropbox, and tons of free games also.
The apps are courtesy of Android Market.