Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by sikidiki, Mar 16, 2019 at 10:40 AM.
What do you guys think?
Heaven forbid if they made it easy to hold
Stupid. Like all things UPS implements. Don’t ask the people who are chained to it for 9 hours a day. Ask some jerked off schmuck that doesn’t do it for a living what he thinks. Stupids s.
When are they coming out? Seem bulky and more touch screen then the old diad.
Its a good design
... to someone who sits in an office playing with his phone all day.
No more butt clip either, you have to use a pouch now, supposedly they are making the diad holder/charger so you can see the screen for the Turn by turn navigation they are implementing. No more getting EDD either. Just a few things ive heard. Also an actual qwerty keybord, not alphabetical anymore, how long is that gonna take to get used to? lol
I can’t wait to smash one.
Any time bro
Looks like an old Samsung phone in a really big case
I already hate it.
What happened to the phone idea like the helpers used and feeders has? Oh that's right they SUCK!
None of that looks like it will work with gloves.
Looks like a phone to me... They just put a fat case on it. Might be a bit thinner.
My concern is the yellow "alt" softkey is gone, heaven fobid I have to use the touchscreen. Much better to know the physical buttons and mash them without even looking at the screen and walking around.
Hey you stuck up crawfish eating bastard.
Where you been?
gettin my 60 like a boss u lazy ass
Oh sweet lord....
They are cutting our OT down big time
Hopefully the “touch screen” will actually work. I heard they made the current ones not as receptive because of all the “accidental” pre recorded late NDA when Diad V first released. So for 7 years or so, you either had to mash the screen, or push double the keystrokes with the alt button to deliver.
Not in my building. I am on the 9/5 list and work at least 1 10+ hour day, the rest are just under 9/5. I shuttle air out to a guy, he is doing 10.5-11.5 every day. Unless someone complains, they are going out with 10.5 hour dispatches.
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