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Product: Krusell Elastic Multidapt Case for Motorola RAZR V3
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Krusell
Rating: 5/5
Krusell Elastic Multidapt Case for Motorola RAZR V3
Slim close fitting case perfect for Razr

Perfect slim close fitting case and is well worth the money. The razr remains very thin since this case is wellcrafted. No bulk here and extremely stylish. Krusell makes the best cell phone cases in the world.
Product features:
Includes slide swivel clip
Made from high quality Nappa Leather
Soft leather lining
Cut outs to access all of your phones functions while still in its protective case
Retractable elastic design

Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Great but not a Class act

I have been using this phone for over a year. I handled it very badly,
1. Dropped it at least a dozen times on surfaces ranging from Parking lot cement surface to Tennis hard courts. Didn't harm much to the phone except for the scratches on the surface.
2. It's a flip phone and I have opened the phone in the "Cowboy style" (opening/closing it with jerk of wrist) all the time. As a result of those actions for about a year, sometimes the calls would disconnect as soon as I flip the phone open.

What I loved about the phone
The looks (one of the best looking flip phones in the market), the camera (it doesn't have a great resolution but you can zoom in or brighten the view) the grip (blue surface of the phone helps you get a good grip), the buttons (they are very well placed and are easy to press), display is very good (pretty big and good color resolution), connect to internet and download tunes and wallpapers, and you can even compose ring tones.

What I didn't like about the phone
No IR port how do I download the pics I take on my phone???? I am not sure if a data cable is available to this phone even if it's available it doesn't come default with the phone.
The quality of ring tones is not that great.
Sometimes there is a lag time in accessing the menu.

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: Plantronics Universal 2.5mm Headset - MX-150
Productgroup: CE
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Rating: 4/5
Plantronics Universal 2.5mm Headset - MX-150
Light, comfortable, great for eyeglass wearers, good sound..

Pros: Light and comfortable, very good microphone clarity, good earpiece sound.
Con: Somewhat difficult to wear; no earpiece volume amplification and microphone mute button.I purchased a Plantronics MX153-M1 (for $22 at an family-run electronics store a few blocks away from J&R Music and Computer World), the version of the MX150 made specifically for Motorola phones - v60, v70, v120, T720 and later phones. The MX153-M1 adds a push-button towards the upper-middle of its cord that enables the headset wearer to dial the last-dialed number, use voice-activated dialing, answer calls, and end calls without touching the phone. The MX153-N1 and MX153-N3 are push-button versions of the MX150 for Nokia phones. The base MX150 itself does not have the push-button and associated functionality.The MX150's earbud is anchored to the wearer's ear by a soft rubber grip that wraps under and essentially clips the earlobe (pinna). It takes several seconds to fit the earbud and pivot the microphone boom to their proper angles; this must be done each time the wearer puts on the headset. The disadvantage of this fitting requirement is that if you are not already wearing the headset when your phone starts ringing, you are better off answering your phone the old-fashion way. Once fitted however, the MX150 is light and comfortable to point of being unnoticeable. The MX150's FlexGrip design (shared by the Plantronics MX100 family) is better than ear-loop designs that can get in the way of eyeglasses and sunglasses; headband designs that can pull on the wearer's hair; and classic earbud designs that can easily fall off. People with earrings may not be comfortable with the MX150 because of its grip on the ear's pinna.In contrast to generic headset microphones that often make the wearer sound distant, the MX150's microphone performance is very good and makes the wearer sound clear and close to the phone. The noice-cancelling microphone does a good job of eliminating ambient noise - even inside a moving New York City subway car. The MX150 family does not have microphone volume control and microphone mute functions.Earpiece performance is good. The MX150 lacks earpiece volume control, relying instead on the phone's volume control functions. As with any headset design lacking self-powered earpiece volume amplification, ambient noise may be an issue in open or noisy environments, e.g. a busy New York City street or subway car. The MX150's price competition is with the Jabra ProBoom. The latter has battery-powered earpiece volume amplification, but consumers should carefully weigh this great advantage against the MX150's fit and weight benefits. The two competitors also differ in push-button support. The MX150 family has push-button models for Motorola and Nokia phones, while the ProBoom family has push-button models for Nokia and Samsung phones.Of the three Plantronics headsets that I have purchased (the other two being the M175 and M100), the MX153-M1 is the best one that I have yet used.
Product features:
FlexGrip earbud design for stability and comfort
Pivoting, bendable boom with noise-canceling microphone for reduced background noise
Headset is easily placed on ear with one hand
Standard 2.5mm plug
Compatible with most headset-ready mobile phones

Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 2/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Works great at first

- Good quality speaker phone. The other side hear it clearly and this side also hear it clearly. Had it on while driving and my wife on the other side could hear the tire noise.
- Has many good options to play around with. Txt messaging, camara, etc.
- Sounds clear but a little low on max vol.
- Good resolution screen (for a cell phone)
- Data cable from Moto works perfectly with the phone. Easy to maneuver and download/upload from/to the phone.
- Can call T-mobile within 3 months of Activation to unlock the phone to work with other non T-mobile Sim card.
- T-mobile customer care is easy to deal with and sending me a new replacement phone.

- Weird buttons. The number keypad has small circle and long ones. They're a little too small for normal fingers.
- Can't vibrate + Ring at the same time. One or the other.
- Can't pick up the phone using the speaker phone. Have to pick up the phone first, then turn on the speaker phone. (B/c mine is busted, my reason is below)

I was playing around with the network settings and now my phone is screwed (Not sure if b/c I was playing around with it or what). Even when I put it back to the original settings. My phone now has signal, but a lot lower then before. I was @ T-mobile store and I had no signal while the sample phones signal were full (was a working sample phone b/c I tested by dialing a number and it was accually calling). At some spot that I used to have full signal, now I has little to no signal.

Reason for me giving this phone 2 stars is b/c so many ppl has similar problems to mine. I still think Motorola is good to deal with but this 1 in particular isn't good.
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: Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola A630 Phone (T-Mobile)
really good

Really good bluetooth implementation. Has the dial up networking profile, the OBEX file transfer for pictures and ringtones, OBEX business card push and receive (no need for data kit unless you want to transfer a whole adress book at once or sync a calender), and obviously the headset profile. The speaker phone volume is kind of weak, but the mic seems good. It doesn't look like you need T-Zones if you're willing to punch in the WAP sites manually, but it does make it easier to bookmark sites if you have it and it has a good directory of sites. The only thing I haven't figured out is if the java runtime can use the bluetooth radio. I haven't seen anything to indicate that it does, and I don't see a way to add a java file to the phone other than downloading it from t-mobile. The sony erricson phones seem to be able to do that. Those might be the phones to go with if you really want to make use of the bluetooth. But, the pop up screen and keyboard is just a world of difference. Camera is actually pretty good in well lit areas, but it does take pictures in low light really well as long as you can hold it steady enough. But, a baby in dim light is definitely going to move to fast for it. It must do something analagous to decreasing the shutter speed on a traditional camera, but since there is no shutter or light meter I assume it does it in some other way.
Product features:
Tri-band GSM capability
Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology
Supports MMS, SMS, e-mail (POP3, SMTP, IMAP4), and instant messaging
Integrated VGA digital camera
Full QWERTY keyboard with 5-way navigation

Product: Sharp TM150 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 3/5
Sharp TM150 Phone (T-Mobile)
Its better than nothing...... I guess!

This is the complicated subject, because on one side you have a cool camera phone... yet on the otherside you have a not-so-cool phone.

We all know the features of this phone,but the things they dont tell you is that the ringtones are poor, the volume of the phone is horrible, the fact that the TM150 is the only Sharp phone in the US, so you can not find extras anywhere, doesn't help.

Plus, the battery life is bad, the inter-workings are frustrating, and the video clips are just sad.

........ but other than that its and OK phone!
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: Motorola i860 Phone (Nextel)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola i860 Phone (Nextel)

This phone is great. I must agree that it is the best thing Nextel has ever had. However, I must disagree with the previous review which compared Nextel to Sprint. Sprint may have the most technological phones but what good is a pretty phone that has horrible service? I had a Sprint for about 6 months and I was always in trouble with my mom b/c I never answered my phone which was b/c it never had service. I've never had this problem w/Nextel. Of course every phone loses service at some point but not every 10min. Everything about the i860 is hot and well worth buying it.
Product features:
Built-in VGA (640x480) camera with 4x digital zoom and video recording
Supports MMS (multimedia messaging service)
High-quality speakerphone with voice dialing
Extra large internal display and large external display
Includes phone and travel charger

Product: Motorola V600 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: T-Mobile
Rating: 1/5
Motorola V600 Phone (T-Mobile)

This phone has several problems including: 1. will not download properly 2. will not give indication of voice mail recieved 3. recieves random text messages that no one knows where they are coming from, including t-mobile and motorola. These messages are usually an @ symbol or an antenna symbol with no return number. very annoying!

I have called t-mobile and motorola technical support. Motorola tech. support is EXTREMELY pathetic. The techs. are cluless and put you on hold for hours on end.

I finally had to mail the phone in because I couldnt take it anymore. I got all the information from motorola website(dont even think about trying to get someone on the phone) to send the phone to their factory service in Texas. These people are pathetic as well. Thier service is poor, they dont let you know when they recieved your phone like they are supposed to, and to top it all off, they sent the phone back saying it was "damaged beyond repair" and wasnt under warrenty because it had "water damage" and "the seal was broken" implying that the user had tampered with the phone and took it apart.
None of this was true. The phone was in perfect conditon, not once even dropped or gotten wet.

I disputed these claims by writing a letter to motorola customer service, as they suggest you do, and have never recieved a reply!

After all this, and deciding maybe I just got a bad phone that was damaged in the warehouse or something, I ordered the exact same phone online from another vendor. This is not a cheap phone, but I figured I could use my non functioning phone for spare parts, extra battery, etc..and buying the same model would have those advantages.

Guess what? The new one had the EXACT SAME PROBLEMS! I sent it back for a refund minus a 15% restocking fee.

I now have $285 dollars invested in a phone that is a piece of crap.

I had to resort to putting my old samsung model back into service, which still works perfectly after 2 years of being dropped and abused.

DO NOT EVER BUY A MOTOROLA PRODUCT!! Even if you get a good phone, if you ever need service or support, they are liars and will screw you over. Dont get screwed like I did.

Also, this phone is not metal, as some ignorant people claim in thier reviews. It is plastic with a cheap aluminum cover that slides on, covering 85% of the plastic, but it is indeed a plastic phone.

This phone also had a few additional problems, but to keep this review shorter, I wont go into them. I think I made my point with what I included.
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: Motorola V60iC Prepaid Phone (TracFone)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: TracFone
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V60iC Prepaid Phone (TracFone)

I have a Nokia 1100 Tracfone that saves me quite a bit of money from the monthly contracts i used to have with Cingular cellphone service. Tracfones are ideal for people with light or medium cellphone usage, so it works out well for me. The tracfone website is user friendly and makes it easy to perform functions such as activation, information gathering, or additional purchases. I got a referral from a friend before i activated, which got me 100 free minutes. Since then i have referred a neighbor's tracfone. I paid an extra $10. and got the car charger that just plugs into the cigarette lighter if the tracfone battery gets low when i'm driving.
I was pleasantly surprised to find some extras included free of charge on my tracfone- 2 games, a good selection of ringtones, a calculator, and voice mail. The main downside that i've seen is that you have to be disciplined in your tracfone usage unless you're prepared to buy more airtime/minutes cards. These range in price from $20. to $130. Overall, i'm quite happy with the tracfone.

Product features:
Voice-activated dialing
4-way joystick for easy navigation to a variety of handy features
Data transmission capabilities, 2-way text messaging, and access to wireless Internet
Organizer includes calendar, calculator, alarm clock, voice memo, and more
PC synchronization with TrueSync software

Product: Nokia 6820 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Rating: 3/5
Nokia 6820 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Dell Axim X30 users MUST read

this phone is small, and has qwerty keyboard
I have this phone unlocked to use with T-Mobile
however, this phone has severe problem connecting with Dell Axim X30
that is...the bluetooth don't like each other, causing freeze all the time, even upgrade ROM to A05 on Dell; no problem on ipaq
Product features:
Flip open phone for full QWERTY keyboard
Use Bluetooth to connect with other wireless devices
Camera built in with 2x digital zoom and video capabilty
Send text messages with MMS & SMS or email using POP3 & IMAP4
Includes the Nokia 6820 phone, 850mAh Li-Ion Battery, Rapid Travel Charger, Headset, AWS SIM Card¿

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