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Product: Motorola V600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V600 Phone (T-Mobile)
It's not plastic!


Overall a very very good phone!

Pros:
Speakphone is good, bluetooth headset works fine, I've dropped it a few times and it hasn't even been damaged, keys are relatively easy to press.

Cons:
Usually if you zoom in while taking a picture, the quality of the picture becomes distorted. Voice dialing often commits errors, sometimes has a hard time keeping connection with bluetooth, programs are sometimes very slow to upload,.. that's all

The pros outweigh the cons, because it's a working phone with much crisper quality than some others 8). It's not plastic! Don't worry... I have problems with plastic phones. lol.

and.. that's pretty much it.. oh yeah, really easy to change faceplates. People don't have to take apart your phone.
Product features:
Colorful customizable external display
VGA camera with 4x digital zoom
Integrated Bluetooth for wireless data connectivity
5 MB internal memory for downloadable applications, ringtones, wallpapers, and photos
Large 65,000-color display with video playback




Product: Plantronics Headset M145 for Mobile & Cordless Phones
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Rating: 4/5
Plantronics Headset M145 for Mobile & Cordless Phones
Review


The earpiece is pretty comfortable and the sound is good. The microphone is what will have you and the other party thanking Plantronics. Ever talk to somebody who is using a cheap or small cellular phone? Annoying isn't it. The M145 warms things up, no more speaker phone sound quality.I always use the headset in the car. It's great on the home phone too. When they start putting headphone jacks on all the home phones everybody will have a headset. They are so comfortable and convenient, now I have two.(car/home)The only thing missing is an on cord/headset answer button.(might not be possible for a universal product) The volume control is nice but I rarely use it, would trade it in a heartbeat for an anwer button.Last thing, those headsets that have a mic that clips to your lapel are ok, maybe a little more discrete. Your voice won't sound as warm because the mic is farther away.
Product features:
Ultralightweight headset comfort
Great in-your-ear sound
Noise-canceling microphone for crystal-clear calls
Easy hands-free conversations
Convenient inline volume and mute control




Product: PCS Phone Samsung VGA1000 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Samsung
Rating: 4/5
PCS Phone Samsung VGA1000 (Sprint)
Good phone, great price on Amazon, a few drawbacks!


I'll keep this short... yeah right! Great price on Amazon, so the phone is definitely worth having, especially for the casual user.1. Sound quality on calls: Like other users have mentioned, the phone is not the most comfortable, but it is still okay. If you don't place the phone just right on your ear, you cannot hear very well. Volume and quality are fine to me, but I just switched over from ATT, which was absolutely horrible. The phone gets VERY hot when talking. This is normal for this phone according to all the other reviewers. Reception is excellent on the Sprint network. No dropped calls yet!2. Size: Industry standard. Nearly the same as all the other new flip-phones out there. Very small and nice.3. External LCD: Nice. Very Nice. EXCEPT there is no way to activate the backlighting on the external LCD unless you open it. That is kind of a pain if you just want to see the time and reception w/out having to open it up.4. Internal LCD: Excellent. My only beef with the LCD and internal lighting on this phone are that the keypad lighting is not as good as some other phones. The 'talk' and 'end' buttons are green and red, respectively. You cannot see the red very well, so the 'end' looks like a dim red glow at night. Oh well, again very minimal problem.5. Camera: Fine for fun pictures just to send to another phone or email to a friend, but if there is ANY movement at all, you can count on a blurry picture. Flash is not what it is cracked up to be. It is more of a light that comes on for a slow second or two, rather than a quick, brilliant flash that we are used to. All in all, who cares. Extra feature that is there for fun, so I don't get too hung up about it. Would be nice to be able to turn just the flash on for a light at night. You can add fun frames around your pictures, like footprints, balloons, etc... which are fun.6. Build quality: Just great!6a. Battery life: Good so far. But if you put animated screen savers and browse the web much, your battery life goes way down.7. Games: I don't think it comes with any preloaded, and not even sure how to play them. The manual that comes with the phone is extremely basic, and doesn't cover most of the things, such as setting up your security password when you turn on the phone so that if someone steals it, they can't use it.8. Problems: Just one. As another user mentioned below, if someone messages you, the phone will think that it is still in send/receive mode or something, b/c if you go to make a call, you will get some error that says "you must end your session first..." and even if you press 'end' it still won't work. Sometimes you need to turn the phone off and on again. I thought it was just me until I read the other review. 9. Overall: Highly recommend, especially for the price. I skipped buying this phone on Amazon and went directly into the Sprint store. I told them about this price on Amazon, and that I only wanted a 1 year contract, not 2. They gave me (2) VGA1000 phones for free, waived the activation, and I only had to sign a 1 year term! (2) phones w/ 1000 minutes for $65.00 Best of all, I didn't have to deal with all the rebate forms, etc... that is a real pain! When you go into a sprint store, make sure you haggle. They can do anything if you speak with the right person!
Product features:
This tri-mode CDMA phone comes with a large color display that supports 65,000 colors
Comes with integrated camera with flash
Equipped with voice activated dailing
Supports wireless Internet (WAP 2.0) and text messaging
Phone book can carry up to 250 contacts




Product: NEC 525 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 5/5
NEC 525 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
one cool phone


i got this phone last Jan. and besides its really cool looks its the best phone!! First, I havent seen anyone else with it, the front screen, not the inside screen is colorful and pretty, i just love the phone, and it is lour i always hear my calls and i can hear people on the other end perfectly its a great phone and plus i got a killer deal ($50) its worth every penny i love my NEC 525!! and plus the pictures it comes with are cool too
Product features:
NEC 525 comes with a secondary color display and camera
Large main color display with 162x216 pixels (65,536 colors)
Phone supports WML, cHTML (i-Mode), and xHTML (WAP 2.0) wireless Internet
Quad-band GSM world phone is one of the first capable of roaming on virtually all GSM networks in the US and abroad
Comes with polyphonic ringers and other customizable features




Product: Sony Ericsson HBH-300 Akono Headset
Productgroup: Wireless Phone Accessory
Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson
Rating: 5/5
Sony Ericsson HBH-300 Akono Headset
The best Bluetooth headset I've found!


I've owned this headset for a few months now and I have to say this is the best one of all the ones I've tried so far (I use the HBH-300 with a Sony Ericsson T616 which, by the way, is an excellent phone -- I have had my T616 about a year and a half now).

Let me tell you about my experiences with 2 other headsets I've tried (hopefully this will help you and save you a lot of time and lot of returns -- it was a headache and somewhat discouraging, as it seemed I would never find a Bluetooth headset that I deemed excellent):

1. Sony Ericsson HBH-60: When I bought my T616 phone, I bought the HBH-60 Bluetooth headset to use with it. I was impressed with the headset itself, as it was easy to put on my ear and not too uncomfortable. But I ended up selling it on Amazon a few months ago because I could not get it to work with the voice recognition on my T616, even after reading through the instruction manual and going to Sony Ericsson's web site for technical support (no matter what I tried, I couldn't get the voice dialing to work, and that's important to me -- I mean, what good is the headset if I can't use voice dialing with it? Sure, I could still use it, but I paid about $150.00 for that headset a year and half ago when it was the coolest looking Bluetooth headset I found and there weren't many other headsets to compare it to -- so for me, to spend $150.00 on a headset (a lot of money) and not be able to use voice dialing (a key feature of the phone), it just wasn't worth it -- unfortunately, I only got about $60.00 for it when I sold it on Amazon).

2. Jabra BT-250: Although the sound quality was excellent, the headset was comfortable on my ear, and people told me they could hear me extremely well, I could not put the headset on my ear with one hand, and to me that's important, because if I'm driving and a call comes in, I need one hand on the steering wheel while I put the headset on my ear with my other hand.

Bluespoon Chameleon: When I heard about Bluespoon's Bluetooth headset and its different way of attaching to your ear, I was quite interested. However, before the Chameleon model came out, there was only the Digital model, and that thing cost like $300.00, and I'm sorry, but I'm not going to spend $300.00 on a headset -- my phone didn't even cost that much! Later on, Bluespoon came out with the Chameleon model at a more reasonable $150.00 or so. So I tried the Chameleon and not only was it extremely uncomfortable on my ear (it hurt and my ear turned red in color), but it was so incredibly hard just to get it on my ear -- despite all of the web sites I went to for picture diagrams showing how to put it on, this thing proved to be extremely difficult to put on. I never tested the voice quality of it though, and so I can't tell you how good or bad the voice quality was. So, as with the Jabra BT-250, I returned it because of the difficulty in placing it on my ear and also because of the pain with using it (at least I could get the Jabra on my ear pretty easily, with two hands of course).

Now for my final review of the HBH-300:
- What an excellent headset! I've mastered the ability of placing it on my ear with one hand. It is reasonably comfortable on my ear and you never forget it's there, but it does become uncomfortable after a while (not too uncomfortable, but you do get used to it).
- The battery life is awesome! I believe it when Sony Ericsson says on the box that it has a talk time of up to 10 hours, as I hardly ever have to recharge it (of course, since I don't use my cell phone as often as other people do, I can't absolutely say the talk time is 10 hours, but based on my experiences with it so far, I believe the 10 hour talk time is probably true).
- The sound quality is excellent on both my end and the other person's end -- it isn't perfect, as my girlfriend told me a couple of times that she couldn't hear me well, but I would say it is more often good than bad, and I'm happy with the sound quality overall.
- On the negative side, I have to agree with the other reviewers about that loud, piercing beep when you use it to place a call, for example. Like other reviewers have said, I wish you could lower the volume on that beep, but I haven't found a way to do that, and I may never will.
- The other thing I found useless was the desk stand, as I had a hard time getting the wire for the charger to stay tucked into the loop design for charging purposes, and so I never use it (when I want to recharge it, I just connect it to the headset).

Overall, I have to say again that this is the best Bluetooth headset I've tried thus far and I am planning on keeping it, as overall I am very pleased with it, especially because of its reasonably good comfort and excellent battery life. Plus, I do like the idea of using a Sony Ericsson headset with a Sony Ericsson phone (in my mind, using the same brand for the headset and phone makes the most sense, especially in terms of equipment compatibility). Although I had planned on trying the Plantronics M3500 Bluetooth headset before I bought the HBH-300, I never did, mainly because I heard about some software (?) problems with the Plantronics headset, and the reviews I read about it were not that great.

In closing, I wish you the best in your search for a Bluetooth headset -- although you may not agree with me, I think this is the best Bluetooth headset and the best value on the market.
Product features:
Bluetooth Technology with up to 30 foot range
Light Weight and Comfortable design
Up to 5 hours of talk time and 2 days standby
Noise reducing Mic and High Quality speaker
Includes charger and cradle




Product: Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Jabra
Rating: 3/5
Jabra FreeSpeak BT250 Bluetooth Headset
Doesn't fit securely


I like the operation, but not the fit. The eargel falls below my ear canal, and therefore falls off too easily - it would be better if it were adjustable to different size ears.
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: Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 5/5
Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
One of the best phones currently available!!!


i really like all the stuff that tmobile lets you do for a low cost, my only gripe is with the service, it gets no signal at all when i go to nw ohio, i'm in the process of trying to figure this out. the phone is great though, especially since its free, i highly reccomend it
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 HS810 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola HS810 Bluetooth Headset
This is the worst wireless purchase I've ever made


I generally give good reviews for electronics that I buy (mainly because I'm such a tech geek). In this case, however, I am forced to write a negative review.

I purchased the Motorola HS810 bluetooth headset from my local Cingular shop for use on my LG PM327 phone by Sprint. The first thing I noticed was a huge delay in sound. There is a three second delay for me in what I say going to the phone. The second (and most annoying) issue was that of echo. The other caller complained about echo sounds even when I had the speaker turned down so low I could barely hear the caller and needed to ask them to repeat every other sentence.

I owned this device for three days and gave up. My local shop will exchange it for a Jabra bluetooth device. I'll be sure to review it, also. Hopefully that review will be positive.

I'll reserve a review of my bluetooth phone until I find a headset that works well with it.

The Bottomline: Do not buy the Motorola HS810 Headset. It is poorly designed crap; Motorola should pull it from the market if they haven't already (I noticed it was so cheap they pulled it from their website).
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 5 hours and standby time of up to 100 hours.




Product: Sharp TM150 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 1/5
Sharp TM150 Phone (T-Mobile)
Ok but not great


I like this phone a lot but there is lots of negative things about it
1. VOLUME I miss almost every single phone call I get because if you have the phone in your pocket you wont hear it even on the laudest setting I dont even bother turning it on silent when Im in school because If I cant here it my teachers cant eather

2. The Camera picture quality is amazing but the refresh rate on the screen is way to slow to make it usable for any good pictures

3. Battery life when you only receive one call a day the battery will last a week if you use it a lot you have to recharge once or twice a day I actually carry my phone charger around with me everywhere I go.

4. The antenna is horrible the old nokias with the internal antenna get two bars in my living room where this phone gets none

5. if you hit buttons to quick the phone shuts of and turns itself back on I have this happen atleast three times a day when Im writting text messages.

I have had this phone since october and I wish I had not spent the $100 on it that it cost me after the rebate I would never ever advise anyone to buy this phone in my opinion it is best used as a paper weight.
Product features:
Buit-in 1.1 megapixel camera
Downloadable wallpapers and ring-tones and games
Send and receive e-mail, pictures, text messages, and video clips
SD memory card slot and 32MB removeable SD card
Internet access




Product: NEC 525 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 1/5
NEC 525 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
MK


I did a lot research with phones, I was very exciting to get this one cause it seem very high-tech and it has things that I want. But once I receive I wasn't too impress with that. The phone has two LCD and it is qual-band which is nice. But I found it is easy add things such as phone number and picture but once you added then I had a hard time to find ways to delete the data that you put in. it is not as easist like adding. I wonder why? It only has one game that come with phone, there is one other game but that is just a demo. It will stop after you play for it while. Which it suck. The battley life did not last as long as I think. It is very hard to hear like you have to put it perfect position to your ear other wise it is very hard to hear. Don't even think you can hear while you are at shopping or at the gym. Cause I had a hard time. Sending text message it hard because there is not find function to help you search for the person that you want to send message from your phone book. You always has to be prepare with the phone number before you send a message. I found this very user-unfriendly and I have to return it within two days. My old phones seems much more easier to access that the new one.
Product features:
NEC 525 comes with a secondary color display and camera
Large main color display with 162x216 pixels (65,536 colors)
Phone supports WML, cHTML (i-Mode), and xHTML (WAP 2.0) wireless Internet
Quad-band GSM world phone is one of the first capable of roaming on virtually all GSM networks in the US and abroad
Comes with polyphonic ringers and other customizable features




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