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Product: Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 5/5
Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
ITS THE BOMB


i got this phone feb 28 2005 so far i no problems with the phone. camera is great .a litte big but not too big .the the keypad the bomb and the is screen is large. its has mp3 if u get the software for it

GOODs
keypad
large screen
loud speker

BADS
litte big.
Product features:
Wireless phone with integrated video/digital camera
3.4 MB on board storage, MultiMediaCard expansion slot
Oversized display for MP4 video playback
High-speed internet access, supports Java-based downloads
Integrated Bluetooth connectivity for data transmission to other Bluetooth devices




Product: Motorola HS850 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 2/5
Motorola HS850 Bluetooth Headset
works great, link with up to 8 BT,


i linked with BT USB, dell x50v, sony ericsson t610. (saved in the headset, so no need to re-pair for switching connections)

that is great feature.

sounds ok, no echos.
Product features:
Bluetooth wireless technology means that the sheer convenience of hands-free communication is enhanced with total freedom of movement.
Unfold the boom microphone, place the headset over the ear and a link will be established automatically.
This universal accessory encourages users to update, change and evolve because it is compatible with all other 1.1 compliant Bluetooth wireless technology phones by Motorola and other manufacturers.
Smaller Size, Bigger Power. This tiny powerhouse is less than 5 cm in diameter when folded and weighs just 20 grams.
Increased talk time of up to 8 hours and standby time of up to 200 hours.




Product: Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Jabra
Rating: 4/5
Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth Headset
Possibly the best out there, but one prob with Motorola v551


Very comfortable and fits well, very light-weight, good battery life, great sound quality and volume on both ends of the conversation (unless too windy). I only have one complaint when using the BT250 with my Motorola v551 phone: Every time I turn on the headset to establish the [already paired] link with my phone, the phone immediately goes into voice-dialing mode (i.e., "Say name now ... say name louder"). Because I usually don't say anything when it does this, the normal harmless result is "Voice name not found," but a few times my phone somehow matched my silence with one of my recorded voice tags, and I found myself disconnecting a call I didn't want to make in the first place.

This did not happen when I used my v551 with a Logitech bluetooth headset (which did not fit me well, causing me not to be able to hear the speaker most of the time).

Jabra support first told me to pair the headset to the phone again, this time using the alternate method for phones that support the hands-free profile. This did result in a few enhanced features, but it didn't stop the unwanted voice-dialing. My next email from Jabra support said that this "is normal behavior when you hold the answer/end button on the headset," and they suggested that I either turn voice dialing off on my phone, or use the phone (instead of the headset) to disconnect the link between the two units. Well, there is only one place I can find on the v551 for turning off voice dialing (under the "headset" options), but this doesn't stop the irritating problem. Using the phone to disconnect and re-establish the link is much less convenient. It DOES stop the problem, however, but only if the headset remains turned on (but disconnected) the whole time, adversely affecting battery life. If I disconnect using the phone, then turn the headset off, the voice-dialing thing will happen when I try to re-establish the link, even if I try to do it from the phone just before turning the headset on (which doesn't work anyway).

I must say again, in spite of the above, this is truly a great headset. I'm pretty sure (from other reviews) that the problem I have does not affect most phones, and it is primarily just an irritant that I have grown used to, and it only occurs once each time I turn the headset on in order to establish the link.
Product features:
Wireless, cord free, lightweight Bluetooth headset offers best design and performance
Works up to 33 feet away from phone, 8 hour talk time, 240-hour/10-day standby time
Comfortable secure fit, superior audio quality, weighs less than 1 ounce
Multi-function button - Supports voice-activated dialing and answer/end commands in most phones
Works in either ear, two size MiniGels (standard and small) included for superior sound clarity




Product: Sony Ericsson T616 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 1/5
Sony Ericsson T616 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Major pain in the you-know-where


Pros:
-Looks pretty.

Cons:
-UI lags behind button presses in every area.
-Reception sporadic, especially in cars.
-Camera is awful (even at highest resolution, images always look blurred and are sometimes unrecognizable).
-Bluetooth frequently causes phone to freeze up (must be restarted).

And most annoying of all...
-Causes interference with anything with a speaker from up to five feet away. I don't know if it's checking if I have voicemail or what, but almost anything within five or six feet that has a speaker chirps a little machine song every minute or so. I've never had this problem with a phone before and it drives me NUTS.

Either spend the extra money for the T637, or get a different phone entirely - just don't waste your time and patience on THIS.
Product features:
The T616 features a high-resolution screen with 65,536 colors
Comes with MMS, which allows you to compose your messages using images, sounds and text
Supports the Java and Mophun platforms, making the widest range of mobile games and applications available for you to download
Supporting Bluetooth, infrared and cable, the T616 is fully compatible with any computer. Your phone books and calendars will stay synchronized and updated
With a built-in camera and QuickShare software, you take pictures and store them on your computer or send them to friends all in a few simple steps




Product: T-Mobile Color Sidekick Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 2/5
T-Mobile Color Sidekick Phone (T-Mobile)
Great concept not a complete package


When you read about it, it sounds great. When you get first hand on it, you start seeing its flaws.

Hook up onto the internet, check your email, surf the web anywhere as long as that page isn't ran on java, instant message on AIM, and also be able to make calls. As far as a communication package it works great to a point. Idealistic it is something I was looking for but it became a hassle. Great for mobile interneting as far as communicating with people but awful as a phone all the way around. You will have to dial the number with the wheel or on the QWERTY keyboard. I would think eventually the wheel will ware out before its time and to open the flip screen and close it to just dial out for a call is a hassle. It has a one touch type dialing but still bit awkward.
It has a great crisp colorful screen; the t-mobile internet connection wasn't to bad considering what it was. But for an all and one package I was looking for just didn't make the grade for me. You would also have to be very careful with it; the sidekick color is built very delicate. One drop could end its life and that had bothered me also considering it was to be mobile. I think anything that is mobile should be built for shock resistant to a point. I had fell in love to the idea of having something that small to be able to be an all one on one mobile internet connection and phone, but it just has a hassle about it that I don't like. When I need something quick like a phone, I should be able to smoothly dial out rather I have to dial the numbers or one touch dial, the sidekick phone part just don't do the job. I have turn mine back in and bought a nokia 6800. Where I can comfortable have a keypad to dial out with and also fold out into a QWERTY keyboard.

Product features:
Important note: It's required that you add the Sidekick Unlimited Data option to your service plan before you check out.
To add the required option, you must add the Sidekick and a service plan, and then on the Accessories page, you need to select the Sidekick Unlimited Data option located under Service Options (this option is located on Step 3 in the checkout process)
The T-Mobile Sidekick is the ultimate communication device
A large color screen that flips open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard makes for quick and easy communication
Stay connected with all your friends with unlimited e-mail, AOL Instant Messenger, Internet browsing, text messaging and mobile snapshots




Product: T-Mobile Color Sidekick Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 1/5
T-Mobile Color Sidekick Phone (T-Mobile)
Nice features, but T-Mobile's network is poor


I don't use the phone much. Signal is sufficient,I'm satisfied, no real complaints. If your a righty the wheel and back button used to dial and hang up are great. I work in a large office space in brooklyn and as long as i get a signal at my desk then I am happy =). The radio frequency software upgrade does help. doesnt work in the bathroom though (loc of b/r center of building. also doesnt work in office elevator for that matter). My G icon behaves very well in brooklyn and manhattan. If you want something simple and are somewhat of a techie then this is for you. Great for AOL fanatics (well 4 chcking email & IMs). I can check all of my emails inc. my job email on outlook via company web client. There is also a secret game (press menu, shift, 8 while viewing Danger Inc. Credits). Other mobil communication devices that do same job like Handspring will run in the $500 and up category. This is great for simple on the go PIM,Email, IM, Txt msg, Web Browsing, and not to mention Picture taking to capture every moment device. In good lighting pictures are decent when viewed on your PC desktop. T-Mobil Customer Service is Excellent. PS PDA screen protectors are great,shop around for one when u first buy and a good headset as well. Also use your holder and wrist strap, you dont wanna drop this device. Not a sleek thin phone so remember that.
Product features:
Important note: It's required that you add the Sidekick Unlimited Data option to your service plan before you check out.
To add the required option, you must add the Sidekick and a service plan, and then on the Accessories page, you need to select the Sidekick Unlimited Data option located under Service Options (this option is located on Step 3 in the checkout process)
The T-Mobile Sidekick is the ultimate communication device
A large color screen that flips open to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard makes for quick and easy communication
Stay connected with all your friends with unlimited e-mail, AOL Instant Messenger, Internet browsing, text messaging and mobile snapshots




Product: Motorola HS820 Bluetooth Headset - Hematite Gray
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola HS820 Bluetooth Headset - Hematite Gray
good product, i'd by again


I've had the HS820 for a month. Overall, I'm happy with the product. I give 4 stars because of the small size and good battery make up for mediocre performance:

Works well - in car, at home, at hotel, walking the street
Unacceptable - in noisy airports, windy conditions, crowded rooms, libraries

Never had a problem with dropped connection, even on 1+ hour calls. Integrates pretty well with my V551... but sometimes tough to tell when Bluetooth active or not.
Product features:
Simply turn the headset on, place it on your ear and a Bluetooth® link is automatically established
The multifunction button allows you to place, receive or end calls, all with the push of a button!
With Bluetooth wireless technology, devices work together even up to 10 meters (30 feet) away.
The overall compact size and lightweight (less than 20g) allows for easy storage when not in use
Lengthy talk and standby times include up to 6 hours of talk time or 100 hours of standby time from a single full charge




Product: Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Razr ph is good but has its drawbacks


The phone is good in terms of battery life and display. the only disadvantage is that the scrolling of the address book. it would have been better if it had a page up & down button functionality . With the bluetooth function its great in connectivity & all but there is no way to recognize other bluetooth phone from this phone.
Product features:
Razor-thin aircraft aluminum case
Bluetooth wireless technology
MPEG4 video playback
Built-in speakerphone
Digital camera with 4x digital zoom




Product: RIM BlackBerry 7230 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: VoiceStream
Rating: 4/5
RIM BlackBerry 7230 Phone (T-Mobile)
Depends on what you want...


I'm most definitely not a "pointy-haired boss" (see my About page), but overall I'm quite pleased with it.If you're looking for a portable game machine I hear Nintendo sells them pretty cheaply--and with a far better selection of games than the typical cellphone. (Or there's always my personal favorite, the NeoGeo Pocket Color.)The Blackberry is primarily a device for doing email/text messaging, calendar and to-do organization, and a little web browsing. It's really intended to be a personal organizer.The unit itself feels quite sturdy, but keep in mind it has a quite large LCD screen. It feels pretty solid overall, but I bet it'll scratch pretty easily, and it isn't something that can be safely carried in a pocket without some sort of protective cover.Battery lifetimes are good, and I seem to get about 7-10 days from mine (although I have it set up to shut itself off at night). It charges pretty quickly, probably in 2-3 hours.The Blackberry happens to have a voice cellphone built in, but it's not the best choice for this purpose. It is NOT a cellphone in the usual sense and it's not really trying to be one, if for no other reason than its size and shape would make it really annoying to use without a headset. It works, but a dedicated cellphone will work better for that one purpose. (But I definitely haven't had the problems with feedback from the headset mentioned by one of the other reviewers. My headset works just peachy-keen.)There are a couple of nice features in the address book I really like. There are extra user-definable fields for additional phone numbers/email addresses besides the usual home/office/cell etc. There's also a Notes field, handy for keeping track of who wants to be called when and such.It also has a Java engine and I've found it reasonably easy to get my own applets running on it. (It doesn't appear to handle standard .jad/.jar applets, at least as delivered from T-Mobile. I had to rebuild mine to get them to run.) Again, it's not a games machine.The UI is easy and intuitive to use, and I've grown fond of the wheel for doing menu selections. Occasionally it seems like I have to click the wheel one too many times to do something; it'd be nice if there were more (and user-definable) keyboard shortcuts.The calendar book is OK. It works best if you're doing a standard 9-5 M-F workweek, as it only displays about 8 hours on the weekly summary screen and you need to scroll around to see the rest of a given day. It's been reliable so far with no lost appointments. The one annoyance is that reminders only appear to sound once, and if you miss one you won't be reminded again until you happen to look at the screen.The web browser is so-so. It works best with WAP/WML pages of course. Some HTML/XHTML pages will display but there are going to be compromises because of the small display size, and not every page works (I've seen a number of strange error messages when trying to browse random HTML pages). However, I find it reasonably useful for reading news.google.com, maps.yahoo.com, etc., and it works for displaying pictures. In other words I've found the browser is handy when I *need* to use it, but I wouldn't use it to just "surf the web".I find the mail reader easy to deal with, but I've only used it with T-Mobile's mail server. Any issues with email forwarding are between you and your current ISP; it's really not T-Mobile's fault if your ISP is incompetent. I also don't run Exchange or any of that nonsense.I also don't try to sync with any desktop programs, as I rely entirely on the Blackberry for all that stuff. Supposedly the next major release of the Blackberry OS (an upgrade will be available, presumably for free) will make synching a lot easier and more reliable--so you may want to wait if this is an important feature for you.Other nice features include AutoType (completes various abbreviated words on the fly while entering text, and you can add your own abbreviations), a simplistic but usable Todo manager, and an auto power-off feature for saving batteries (which is also a great way to stop people from calling at 3am).In summary: it does everything I want, and does most of it very well. It doesn't run Windows apps... but for some reason I'd consider that to be a serious feature in its favor; I leave the software alone, it does its job, everbody's happy.If you really need all the bells-and-whistles from a Pocket PC thingy (along with all the headaches, crashes, viruses and other typical Microsoft-delivered woes), then that's really what you should get. If you want to play games Nintendos are cheap and a lot more fun than a Java-based phone. There are much, much cheaper cellphones available.But for what it is I find the Blackberry to be quite handy. It was a huge improvement over my Motorola T721. It's a compromise--most multifunctional devices are--but I can live with its limitations.
Product features:
Full-color screen with easy-to-use icons
International GSM service compatibility (tri-band: 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
Organizer with PC synchronization
Attachment viewing for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, WordPerfect, and Adobe PDF
Supports Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino




Product: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 4/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
very good phone, but there is better phone


Since I got lots of help from reviews, I felt I obliged to contribute some. I want to make it real simple and to be very objective. I got family plan of which my wife's choice was Samsung V-205. Everyone has their own crieteria to choose a phone. Mine is battery life, call quality, siginal quality, and other miscellanious. I am comparing both phones side by side in a same room.1. Battery life: Sony is comparably good to last 4-5 days, but Samsung hold half day longer under same condition.2. Call quality: Samsung is definitely better than Sony. It makes bigger and clear sound. It is very difficult to hear the other party's voice with T-610 on busy street, or even in a car. The sound is so small that you will be annoyed at some point. I tried to raise the volume and couldn't find where to on menu.3. Signal quality: In a same room and same spot side by side, Samsung always has one or two more signal bar. Normally at home with T-mobile in Sourthern Jersey, Samsung would have 3-4, while Sony has 1-2.4. Menu: Both phones are very intuitively designed to browse around. Samsung is more like Nokia (meaning numbered) while Sony is more like Windows. To me Sony has winning edge.5. IR and Bluetooth: Sony wins because Samsung has no bluetooth. IR on both phones works very good. It was cool to be able to sync with Outlook so easily.6. Maintenance: Sony is scratch prone. Though I always carry it with my eyeglass cloth wrapped for last two weeks, it already scratched in several spot, which made me unhappy. Though Samsung, on the other hand, was in my wife pocket or purse, it still look like new.My judgement is for Samsung v-205 though I really liked the way T-610 looks and bluetooth and Windows like menu.
Product features:
Large 128x160 pixel 65.000 color screen
MMS for composing messages using images, sounds and text
Supports Java and Mophun platforms for the widest range of mobile games and applications
Supports Bluetooth, infrared and cable for PC synchronization
With a built-in 319 x 288 pixel camera and QuickShare software




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