In a world that Droid does, and does it for everyone... One guy apparently says it doesn't, well for him anyways. In an article he posted on Zdnet, Ed Bott, wrote saying why he doesn't like the Droid X and why he returned his right away regardless of what the reviews have been saying.
Now this is unusual for a person to pickup a Droid and put it back down, but I guess not everyone will have to like it.
Here is an excerpt from his article:
Now what do you think about a statement like that... Do you think your love for the Droid is as far as what the reviewers say, or is it just because the Droid X is the greatest black slab to be released with Verizon's logo on it. Reply with your comments.Initially, at least, I was seduced by the deviceóor, more accurately, by Verizonís network, which actually works in my office. Thatís a pleasant and striking contrast to AT&T, whose signal doesnít penetrate to my home office at all and only reaches about half a bar on the other side of the house. My wife, who loves her iPhone 3GS, has learned that the best way to make it through an entire conversation on the iPhone is to sit in one spot on the couch and try not to move around too much.