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Product: Motorola MPx200 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Motorola MPx200 Smartphone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Motorola Secret IPOD killer


Hi all,

I have had this phone for all most 15 months. I truly believe this phone is perhaps the best piece of technology made this decade. WHy?

1)Cell phone w/ no antenna yet decent reception
2) Comparable to a Palm if you down load from Handango-Clearvue Suit....word, excel, pp, adobe, image...
3)Ipod-you can buy a 1g card and transfer files via mpx crattle or pixar card connection (SD,MMC etc). The latter will be faster and transfer from anywhere not just itunes and napster...
4)Headphones for phone includes 2 stereo earplugs and phone ans and hang up button
5)compact
6)movies....do you hwk (tmd)
7)reduced price now....I paid 250 and 100 for 1g card
8) smartphone 02 and now smart cats use 03
9) games....
10)internet....MB per month cheap now (mmode)
12)****** sync with outlook-calen, contac, notes, & task!!!!
13)mpx200.org damn phone got fan base
14)better than 220 because motorola put energy in 1st generation
15) Much more but you must do your homework- amazing piece of equipment


Product features:
The Motorola MPx200 Smartphone does it all by combining all the functionality you need into a single, pocket-size package
Windows Mobile software brings the familiar Windows experience to the palm of your hand
You can synchronize everything with your desktop PC -- automatically -- with a USB connection, or over the air
Functionality allows you to download music, games, video clips, and ring tones
Watch videos, news clips, and film trailers anywhere you go




Product: T-Mobile Sidekick II Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 4/5
T-Mobile Sidekick II Phone (T-Mobile)
Stuff About the Sidekick II


This is as honest as it gets. The sidekick II is a fun device. it provides a whole bunch of features but also lacks a few that would be necessary to make it complete. it lacks a media player for the web browser which i feel is really necessary. its inability to work with java or java's unavalablity when browsing also poses some problems. it limits what can be browsed on the internet. it lacks the camcorder feature that most cellphones provide and also has a poor quality camera. For its status it should provide most of these features. Without mentioning names there are definitely other devices in its class that possess some of these features. However, I still think its a pretty descent device and have no regrets that i purchased it. So go out and get you a sidekick, its deffinately fun and remember get it from amazon cause they make it worth it!
Product features:
Real web browsing
Built-in camera with flash
Built-in organizer with PC synchronization
Photo caller ID
AOL Instant Messenger, text messaging, 6 MB email account




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Looks is its only good point.


I don't known if it is the T-mobile service or the phone. Half the time I can hear my echo better than the person I am talking to. I never had so many fuzzy calls from any other phone or carrier. I have 9 months to go and I am counting the days.
Product features:
Tri-band GSM capability
Large color display features 65,000 colors
Built-in VGA camera with zoom
Supports text messaging and wireless Internet (WAP 2.0)
Comes with 35 ringtones and supports MIDI and MP3 formats




Product: Jabra Earwrap™ Universal 2.5MM
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Jabra
Rating: 4/5
Jabra Earwrap™ Universal 2.5MM
Good alternative to the Earbud


I have the Jabra EarBud (in the ear mic/speaker) model and was happy at first. Now, after 3 months of owning it, I only "like" it at best. It's a marvel how well this unit works in such a compact design, but the earbud does get slightly uncomfortable for extended wear. Switching to a smaller bud was more comfortable, but had a habit of falling out.

Pleased with Jabra's superior technology, I opted for the EarWrap, hoping it would provide the same quality in a more comfortable design. Yes, problem solved! The Jabra Earwrap was easy to adjust and very comfortable for extended use. I found the reception and microphone of equal quality to the EarBud model. If you use the EarBud and it works for you, Great! Get it. But if you want a fool-proof easy to adjust handsfree device, I highly recommend this one.
Product features:
Jabra EarWrap™ Over the Ear Headsets with Changeable Faceplates
Over-the-ear, lightweight headset with 3-dimensional pivot for greater flexibility
Includes 3 color faceplates




Product: Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola RAZR V3 Phone (Cingular)
Form and Function - Motorola's Best


I have been a long time user of Motorola phones because I find that they often have the best signal strength. The RAZR is no exception: I have done side-by-side tests with phones from other manufacturers and was able to make calls on the V3 where other phones did not work.

Since previous reviewers have gone into the details of the phone's many features, I will stick to remarking on areas with which I am not in complete agreement.

1. Concerning the looks vs. feature debate, I would like to take issue with those who state this phone is not feature-rich. We all agree it is the sleekest phone available but it also has most of the features frequent travellers and business execs could want: an excellent calendar feature (that can be synchronized with Microsoft Outlook), an address book that works very well (after some serious tweaking of the default settings, granted), a great speaker phone function, support for Java apps and games, the ability to easily manage the phone from a computer (via Bluetooth or using a mini-USB) and a camera that was much more decent than I expected. All this in a beautiful, lightweight, nearly plastic-free package.

2. With the latest firmware (which can be found online if you feel comfortable with flashing), video recording with sound IS enabled and the quality of pictures taken with the phone's camera has been improved. Though this release is directly from Motorola, Cingular will most likely come out with its own version (building on Motorola's) and, when this happens, I highly recommend having a store flash the upgrade.

3. I have found battery life to be exceptional. On previous phones, I was lucky if the phone lasted more than 24-48 hours with light use. For me, the RAZR systematically lasts 4 DAYS with light use. To me, this is impressive. I should note I live in an area with excellent signal strength, so the battery does not get drained searching for a signal but the RAZR is still far superior to other phones I have used, especially considering its small, lightweight battery.

DRAWBACKS: No phone is perfect. What I see as this one's main drawbacks are that it does not support EDGE, the phone is a little wide (does not bother me at all but it might be an issue for those used to tiny phones), and the lack of accessories provided by Motorola. For me, the only really issue is that the phone is GPRS, not EDGE, but I decided to do without. As for the accessories, Cingular is really stingy (you get nothing but the phone, the battery, charging cord, manual and a 99? screen wiper), while the non-Cingular version of the phone comes with a leather case, PC synch software and a data cable. No big deal but a little surprising since the phone was quite expensive up until recently.

CONCLUSION: Of course, if you are looking for the best camera-phone out there, this isn't it. However, if want the slimmest phone on the market with an excellent set of core features and applications, this is your phone. The RAZR is skinny and eye-catching but it does not skimp on functionality. At Amazon's latest price for new customers (...), the phone is a real bargain on which I wouldn't pass.
Product features:
Razor-thin aircraft aluminum case
Bluetooth wireless technology
MPEG4 video playback
Built-in speakerphone
Digital camera with 4x digital zoom




Product: Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 4/5
Nokia 3650 Phone (T-Mobile)
Acceptable so far...


I did a lot of research on the phone before I bought it and my premonitions are realized. The phone, being packed with overwhelming function and gadgetry, is slow at times. In particular, from screen to screen when selecting a function. after playing with for a while you will feel like you're using a slow computer, where the programs takes a while to load up. I've only had for a couple days, so I havne't had a chance to try out all the functions yet. One concern I do have is how lint free the camera lense will remain. The phone can be taken apart easily for cleaning, but I think that'll only loosen the fitting and allow more dust and lint to get in. And yes - the dial pad WILL take some getting use to. If you just want a phone you can plug in, charge up, and be ready to go, this is probably not it. For its many functions will require a lot of setting up.
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: Kyocera Slider V5 MTV Edition Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Virgin Mobile
Rating: 3/5
Kyocera Slider V5 MTV Edition Phone (Virgin Mobile)
Thats What I Thought


This phone was great for me. Notice that I said "was." The reason for that is it recently broke. I called VM and they said that they could not do anything about that becasue the phone it self was not part of VM. It was a great phone. It broke for no reason. I never droped it left it in the son or anything of that sort. If your looking for a cell phone that has games this is not the one. Yeah it has its feauters, but there not so great. I recomend that you get the latest version of VM which is the Vox 6150.

Product features:
No prepaid minutes included. Comes with charger.
Unique sliding design - phone slides open with the push of a thumb
Full-color screen
Downloadable, polyphonic ringtones and vibrate alert
2-way text messaging, 1-touch and voice dialing




Product: Nokia 6230 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 3/5
Nokia 6230 Phone (Cingular)
Good Phone with Features for Borderline Nerd


I use the bluetooth feature to transfer music, images, videos between my phone and my laptop. If you have Windows XP SP 2 on your computer, you must disable its Bluetooth software and use the software for your bluetooth device. There's a guide that helps you on the net, just google it. The latest Nokia software suite will let you manage your memory card and application installation from your computer. I also use it to connect to the internet either through cable (133kbps bandwidth entire connection with Cingular MediaWorks) or bluetooth (54kbps bandwidth). Please note that this is not the rate that you are connected to internet, but the rate that you are connected to the phone, internet connection is more like 16-40k, close to 56k modem. Enough to browse emails. Ok, enough about this.

Pros:
1. Good features: bluetooth, memory card, music player, FM player
2. Small, Sturdy, buttons soft.
3. Signals are pretty good.
4. Camera takes good pictures.

Cons:
1. Speakerphone died within a month.
2. Screen too small.
3. Hard to open back plate, latch is not intuitive.
4. Battery life is fair.
Product features:
Supports streaming video and audio
Support for high speed EDGE data networks
Integrated VGA camera/camcorder
65,000-color TFT display
Bluetooth wireless technology




Product: Nokia N-Gage QD Gaming Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 4/5
Nokia N-Gage QD Gaming Phone (T-Mobile)
Don't Listen To The Negative Feedback


Whatever people say about this phone is wrong. People have told me that you shouldn't buy it cause the graphics suck... what do you expect from a phone? , for a cell phone the graphics are great. There is so much to do with the phone its ridiculous... definitely the best 200 bucks i ever spent.
Product features:
High-performance mobile 3D gaming
4096-color screen and backlight
Bluetooth wireless technology
Hot swap MMC-card slot for external memory
Supports text and instant messaging




Product: palmOne Treo 600 PDA Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Rating: 4/5
palmOne Treo 600 PDA Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Great phone -- if only they could make the software bug-free


I've been using my new Treo 600 from AT&T for about a week now. Here are the pros and cons.

PROS
- Very-high productivity when using this phone. When processing a ton of voicemails, emails, and tasks, it's great to be able to call someone just by clicking on their phone number.
- Hyperlinked phone numbers. Every number in email messages, the address book, and notes are "hyperlinks" that you can dial just by clicking.
- Keyboard works well. I can type about 80% as fast as the slightly wider Blackberry keyboard.
- Great phone app. Long call history. One-button mute.
- Nice choices of ring tones, including some that aren't obnoxious.
- "Silent" button at the top. Great for meetings.
- Clearer phone reception and fewer dead spots than my Nokia 6200.
- With GoodLink email (sold separately), I get real-time, bi-directional sync of everything in Outlook: emails, calendar, to-do list, and notes.
- Fast GPRS data connection. Pulls
- Web browser. I set Google News as my home page and turn images off. In 30 seconds, I can download a great collection of current news.
- World time app is great if you work with folks all over the world.
- Camera that syncs with your PC. I was kind of doubtful at first, but it's really cool having a camera with you at all times. It syncs with your PC, so you don't need to rack up phone charges to get your own photos.
- Less weight and accessories than a cell phone plus Blackberry.
- No Graffiti required. I've used Palms since 1996, and never got used to Graffiti. Plus the Digitizer would always go out. The Treo's 5 way control works great.

CONS
- Very unstable software. Treo reboots on its own a couple of times a day. Even so, the Treo's awesome functionality makes up for this.
- Unstable software means I don't load up with any of the great Palm apps out there, like AvantGo and Eudora and Intelligent Find, for fear of making the system even more unstable.
- Low battery life.
- No WiFi.
- No scroll wheel. I miss that Blackberry feature.
- SD card. These are too small to store more than a few songs (no substitute for an iPod), and too expensive compared to backing up data via a Hotsync. So why have them?
- Camera. I'd gladly trade this in for a tiny hard drive like what's in the Ipod mini.
Product features:
Treo 600 combines a full-featured mobile phone and Palm OS organizer with wireless applications like email, text messaging, web browsing and even a digital camera
QWERTY keyboard makes entering text and accessing information fast and familiar-perfect for messaging and a must have for email
Built-in color web browser, Blazer, gives you fast access to nearly all the sites on the web-not just the ones optimized for mobile devices
Take a picture or share images with others via email-you can even attach a photo to a phone number so you can see exactly who's calling with Picture Caller ID
Because Treo 600 runs the popular Palm OS, there are thousands of applications you can download and use-like MP3 players, etc.




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