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Product: PCS Pocket PC Phone Toshiba 2032 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Audiovox
Rating: 5/5
PCS Pocket PC Phone Toshiba 2032 (Sprint)
I love it


I have had this phone for 6+ months now an I love it. Its a pretty good pda and a pretty good phone. I bought a 256mb SD card and use it as my MP3 player most the time. Sprints service does suck but hay, I paid the extra $5 a month to roam all I want so it ends up ok. I purchased a power kit off ebay for it for about $30 bucks, it was need and ever since getting it, Ive had no power problems.
UPDATE: It turns out the first phone I had was flawed. I had always wondered why I could barely pick up the Sprint signal. After talking with them no more then 4 tiems over 6 months I finnaly got a new one and wow... Its GREAT! I still love this phone!

Product features:
Fully functional Pocket PC with 206 MHz processor
High Quality TFT Display with 65,536 vibrant colors
Software Includes: Pocket Word & Excel, Solitaire, & Pocket Internet Explorer
3 hours of talk time and 100 hours of standby (10 hours in PDA mode)
Built-in Speakerphone




Product: Jabra FreeSpeak Bluetooth Headset for non-Bluetooth phones with 2.5mm Jack
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Jabra
Rating: 1/5
Jabra FreeSpeak Bluetooth Headset for non-Bluetooth phones with 2.5mm Jack
A Nearly Useless and Very Unpleasant Product


This adaptor requires so much time to get turned on and linked to itself, I wouldn't even try to use it to answer calls. And this process requires so much visual attention that it would be dangerous to do while driving.If you go through the arcane procedure of getting this nightmare of technology working, the loud static clicks--even with the earpiece and phone a foot apart--will make you wonder why you bothered.The Answer/End button might do something on some phones, but not on my Samsung i330.
Product features:
Hands free, cord free headset
Works up to 30 feet away from phone
An answer/end button supports voice activation
Weighs less than one ounce
Works with non-bluetooth phones using an included adapter




Product: Siemens CF62T Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 4/5
Siemens CF62T Phone (T-Mobile)
Good overall basic flip phone.


I wanted to change from a oversized regular phone to a flip phone, so I purchased this one. As far as all the complaints that people are making, I believe that they must be cell-challenged. It does have an alarm clock. The screen is not hard to see. It isn't lightning fast, but who is in that big a hurry anyway? The phone works fine. I haven't had any more problems with dropped calls then I did with my other phone. My guess is that it could just be your service in the area.

I would say that if a person wants a simple, cheap, but strong and basic flip phone, they will enjoy having this one. The speakerphone is safer for driving. The ringtones are fine. The volume on the ringtones is changable. Some people complain about things that they can change in the settings in about 3 seconds.

Take my advice: its not a bad phone.
Product features:
Distinctive loop antenna.
Download Fun (MegaTones® and Wallpaper)
Dual display
Text and picture messaging
Includes phone and travel charger




Product: Siemens S66 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Siemens
Rating: 3/5
Siemens S66 Phone (Cingular)
Mac BT, iSync. Cingular Programming


** Revised Review **

Good Points:

-Bluetooth and Mac Syncronization
Using Mac OS X 10.3 (Panther) the phone will sync over Bluetooth. It can transfer iCal and Address Book data (phones, one e-mail address/user, but NO postal addresses). Using Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger), this sync capability is lost. There IS a work-around, however. Check out the Apple Support Discussion area. The work-around also enables the transfer of postal addresses.

Bad Points:

-User Interface
The S65, upon which this is based, had the option of assigning the 2-9 hotkeys. You can't do it with the S66. Cingular has a few of these hard programmed for data services. The phone is not so bad as the Sony Ericsson T637 in terms of funneling users towards data services. Since the main menu can't be modified, I end up having to work my way down to the functions that I really use (e.g., the calendar/organizer). So unless you're a hard core Cingular-loving data junky, you're going to be stuck with a kludgey interface. A better phone (and a smarter phone company) would allow customization of the menus and the deletion of buried data links (e.g., "Shop Ringtones"). To Cingular's credit, users are not forced to use Cingular to upload files. Bluetooth transfers to and from the computer are painless.

-Joystick
Personally, I don't like the joystick. I much prefer flat five-way keys (a la Nokia).

-Dead Pixel
Quality-wise, the phone arrived with a dead pixel. It's not worth my time to return, but it's a little bit surprising for a handset made in Germany.

Neutral Points:

-Battery Life
As has been pointed out by professional reviewers, the battery life on the S66 is not great. A day of good use will deplete most of the battery. This is okay if you are already in the habit of charging daily.

-Camera
The camera is okay; it needs good lighting. I don't need or want the camera however.

-Keypad
The keys are small but I don't mind the trade-off for the larger screen.

Conclusion

I'm happy to have a phone that syncs my iCal and Address Book data. I'm still waiting for a phone designed for users rather than as a data pimp. Someday the phone companies will get it, though Steve Jobs may beat them to it. I give the phone three stars, deducting one star for the lack of good UI customization and one star for the dead pixel.
Product features:
Elegant design with large color display and high quality finish
Integrated 1.3 megapixel camera with integrated video recorder and media player - capture, download and play your own video clips
Up to 32 MB RS MultiMediaCard Included
Multimedia messaging, text and instant messaging
Wireless synchronization and communication via BlueTooth technology or infrared




Product: PCS Phone Sanyo VM4500 - Silver (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Sprint
Rating: 5/5
PCS Phone Sanyo VM4500 - Silver (Sprint)
The best package of a cell phone and organizer


I used to have the A600 from Samsung (the one with the roatating display) until I tragically lost it one night. I was uninsured and nobody else carried that phone anymore. So I went to Radio Shack and found the VM4500. I didnt get a rebate so I was a little skeptical about paying $370.00 for a cell phone but I finally decided to go for it. Now I am glad I lost that other phone. This phone has many impressive features, including the video camera/digital camera, and the speakerphone, not to mention the dual color displays. For a Sprint phone, the battery lasts a while, and it charges fast (about 45 minutes). The phone's LED's on the back are really bright when you use them when taking pictures or videos. In fact I cant look at them for very long, in the dark they are almost blinding. Theres also a cool little multicolored LED in the middle of the video lights which has many functions you can assign to it. The speakerphone is REALLY loud and very clear, this blows away even most land line speaker phones. I havent used the ReadyLink service because I dont know a single person with a Sprint phone besides me. The keys and screens are nicely illuminated. I like the fact that you can start the camera and place a call without even opening the phone. Another thing I found interesting was that text messages go directly to the phone instead of going to that Sprint SMS mailbox thing. You still have to go there to send a reply but apparently (according to the phone) you wont have to soon. This phone also has A LOT more memory than the other Sprint phones. All in all this phone is worth more than the price that I payed for it. I love it, and I'm positive you'll love it too.
Product features:
This high-end CDMA clamshell phone is the first to add Push-To-Talk functionality
Equipped with a VGA still resolution (640 x 480 pixels) camera with flash and video light -- can also record video clips up to 15 seconds
Includes LCD color display
Features voice dialing, speakerphone, and call screening
Phone book can carry up to 500 numbers total -- plus email and web addresses




Product: Ultra Slim Travel Charger for Siemens C61, CF62T
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Wireless Technologies
Rating: 5/5
Ultra Slim Travel Charger for Siemens C61, CF62T
Does what it says it does


I needed to get a charger for a phone I bought on Ebay. I was nervous about purchasing an item that wouldn't match my phone, but it works as it should for my Siemens C61, takes up very little space, and arrived quickly.
Product features:
Ultra slim design is lightweight and portable
Quickly charges most batteries in 1 to 2 hours
Convenient second charger for home or office
Protects against short circuit & overcharging
Compatible with Siemens C61, CF62T, A56, C56, M56, S56




Product: Motorola T722i Phone with Camera Attachment (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 2/5
Motorola T722i Phone with Camera Attachment (T-Mobile)
No thanks


I've had this phone for an extremely unfortunate 6 months. The other day, it started making noise while on vibrate, so I had to get another one.Good:
-display is big and not awful
-you can close the phone while the earpeace is in
-external ID
-umm..reception is..acceptable? (I'm shooting for anything here).Bad:
-enormous
-flimsy<br >-camera really sucks
-screen gets dirty while talking
-SLOWWWWW
-most ringtones are obnoxious
-just annoying and ugly2 out of 5, just don't get it. It's as simple as that. Get an E105 or V300 or something, just don't get this.
Product features:
Large color screen supports up to 4096 colors (120x160 pixels)
Synchronize your Phonebook, Calendar and To-Do List
Email Text and Picture Messages
Voice Dialing, Recording, and Commands
Phone supports wireless Internet and Java downloads




Product: Siemens CF62T Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 2/5
Siemens CF62T Phone (T-Mobile)
Nice phone until you open it...


I have gone through at least seven cell phones in my history wiht them, and this phone is definitely on the bottom of my list. The CF62T really opened my mind as to how bad cell phones can really be (even though the C3xx series from Motorola was much much worse).

However, before I can delve into my personal cons about the phone, it's a good thing to talk about the good things this phone has to offer. The Dynamic Light on the side of the phone is a pretty extensive feature that alarms you to certain importnat events like charging, missed calls, etc. Also, the speakerphone function is something not really seen in many phones, but it pretty much works in near silent environments only. The charge time of the phone is really really short (even though that may answer the fact that the phone's battery and battery compartment is badly constructed, which I will get to later). The sound quality of phone calls are top-notch, and it accepts self-recorded WAV and 16-chord polyphonic ringtones. The addressbook is huge and it is a pretty software-secure phone.

However, the cons of the phone outweigh the benefits by far (at least in my opinion). The first thing I noticed within the first couple of days of operation is that the phone is unbearably slow. I never really cared too much about the speed of the micro-CPU of the phone very much, but this phone really made its sluggishness very noticeable. The J2ME applications and pretty much every other good thing about the phone is severely impeded by the ridicululously long load time. It comes pre-loaded with games, but they are impossible to play because they simply don't load. Also, the volume of all of the ringtones on the phone are quite low, and in order to make recorded ringtones audible, sound quality has to be compensated severely, turning the ringtone into a long, incomphrensible screech. The GUI is also poorly constructed, since the phone gives no information about any calls received or dialed. The display of the phone is also sub-standard, since it is a CSTN passive-matrix and it can get very hard to see even in a clear environment.

Yet, the biggest and most important con above all of these is the battery. The reason for many of the physical problems of the phone is not because of its construction, but because of its battery compartment and battery structure. It uses pretty good Lithium Ion cells that can hold a talk time of 5 hours and a standby time of 36 hours, which is pretty low compared to many phones out now. However, because of the poorly constructed structure of the battery and the compartment that holds it, it makes the phone very unreliable, leading to many "crashes", restarts, and, potentially, many dropped calls. If you are trying to use the cell phone as a primary phone, keep in mind that you never know when your call will be dropped. Sometimes it will just blank out during a call for no real reason, and other times it will say that there was a connection error with the phone when, in reality, it was the phone that caused the disconnect.

Also, you should note that it's RF pickup is pretty good, but it will lose signal sometimes in areas that it shouldn't drop.

In general, I do not recommend this phone, since its downsides are present in the more important areas of the phone. There are many other free phones available on the market that are of much higher quality than this, so before making a final selection, think it twice.
Product features:
Distinctive loop antenna.
Download Fun (MegaTones® and Wallpaper)
Dual display
Text and picture messaging
Includes phone and travel charger




Product: Siemens S56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 3/5
Siemens S56 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
built solid, but a bit slow


The interface is a bit slow on this phone, I found that often it takes a while to navigate menus. The color display only displays 4096 colors as compared to other phones which can display in 16 bit color. So the images sometimes appear a bit grainy and distorted.The speakerphone is a good features that I enjoy using a lot. I also like being able to use midi files as ring tones. I wouldn't buy this phone as there are better phones out there for the money.
Product features:
256-Color Graphic Display
250 Contact Phone Book
Bluetooth and Data Cable Connectivity
Downloadable Java Games and Applications
Equipped with Text Messaging and Internet (WAP) Functionality




Product: Motorola V600 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola V600 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Love this phone


The Good:
- excellent brightness and good color
- Nifty speaker phone feature
- Nice sized keys wih varying sizes make it easy to key numbers in without having to look
- Good sound qualityThe Bad (ish)
- The BlueTooth functions are a little difficult to find
- the camera takes passable photos -- the color is okay - but it is a little on the blue-hued side
- I gave up on synching data with my PC I too found the software unusableI cannot vouch for AT&Ts service - but I have heard negative things about them.
Product features:
Use the colorful customizable external display to identify specific calling groups and events.
VGA camera with 4x digital zoom, large 65,000 color display supports video playback
Integrated Bluetooth for wireless data connectivity, quad band operation allows use on GSM networks worldwide
5MB internal memory to support downloadable applications, MP3 ringtones, wallpapers, and photo storage
Handset comes with mono earbud, mid-rate charger, and battery




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