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Product: Kyocera KX2 Koi Phone (Verizon Wireless)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Verizon Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Kyocera KX2 Koi Phone (Verizon Wireless)
great new phone


I got this phone as soon as it came out in the Cellular South store. It swivels open--which makes it stand out against all those flip phones. It has a lot of battery life, great voice activated programs, and amazing graphics. Not to mention that it's a camera and a video recorder. (You can even take photos when the camera is swiveled shut!) Everyone loves my phone, and so do I!
Product features:
Buit-in 1.2 megapixel camera with flash and digital zoom
MPEG-4 video record and playback
16 MB memory stores up to 40 full resolution pictures
Large, 2-inch 262k color screen
Personal organizer




Product: Plantronics M2500 Bluetooth Headset
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Rating: 1/5
Plantronics M2500 Bluetooth Headset
People can't hear you clearly.


I was really excited getting a bluetooth headset. But it turned out to be a bad experience with this one. You can hear other people clearly, but when you talk they can barely hear you, the people on the other end said, that they felt like i was talking on a speakerphone probably 50 feet away.
I used it with the Nokia 7610.
Pros - Price
Cons - Bad sound quality, the headset can be broken easily if stretched too much while putting it on.
Product features:
Bluetooth wireless freedom
Up to 5 hours of talk time, 120 hours standby
Easy to use controls for volume, mute and call answer/end
SoundGuide™ earpiece for comfort and performance
Compatible with Bluetooth devices supporting the headset or hands-free profile




Product: LG L1200 Phone (Cingular)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: LG
Rating: 1/5
LG L1200 Phone (Cingular)
Horrible


I take great care of my phone, yet this phone has a camaera that no longer takes pictures, it constantly drops calls (for whatever reason), it has horrible ringtones (unless you like really bad elevator music or the sound of very light bells). It's slow to respond to dialing too.

I have had this phone for one year.
Product features:
Integrated VGA Camera w/65k Color TFT Display, Zoom and Brightness Control
Mobile Instant Messaging using AOL Instant Messenger
Downloadable Polyphonic/Super Tone/Full-Audio Ringtones, Graphics & Games
Calendar with monthly/daily views, calculator, alarm clock and note pad
Includes phone, charger and user documentation




Product: Samsung 426 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 4/5
Samsung 426 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
not perfect, but pretty darn good for a cheap phone


Just a comment to Mike. According my AT&T store, there was a shipment of these phones that was put out, which had a defect in the mic. It caused people to sound distorted digitally and often too loud to the people on the other line. I had the same problem, the phone was exchanged and the problem disappeared. The phone does have its negatives: lack of caller ID on the outside (which they have on the T-Mobile model) and horrible ringtones will probably the first features most users will notice. I do think it is easy to use and, although it lacks the greatness of Nokia phones, is still a great little phone. Ultra light and very comfortable, large display and buttons, good menu structure, easier to find many of the options within the menus and good connection/battery life. If you're getting it on Amazon, the value is unbeatable! Just don't expect to get a 300 dollar phone for free (or even money back).
Product features:
Samsung 426 is notable for its thin profile, light weight, and large, bright color display
Includes GPRS high-speed data and Java downloadable applications
Features 40-chord polyphonic ringtones
Holds 7 hours of talk time and 216 hours of standby time
Supports wireless Internet and text messaging




Product: Plantronics Headset M145 for Mobile & Cordless Phones
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Plantronics
Rating: 4/5
Plantronics Headset M145 for Mobile & Cordless Phones
Very good, but not the best.


Ever since using a Plantronics headset at work (one of the old school ones) when I did inside sales years ago, I knew that I was using one of the best headsets out there. About a year ago, I was delighted to discover that Plantronics made cell phone headsets for a much more reasonable price than what the 'landline' headset cost way back when. For cell phones, I have used many headsets - earbud, over the head, over the ear, Britney-in-concert-in-front-of-the-mouth style, etc. But this particular one, the Plantronics M145, is very comfortable and has the unbeatable clarity that I've come to expect from Plantronics. I always sound clear to the people that I'm talking to - but at times, I feel that the incoming sound can be on the soft side - even with both my phone volume and the headset volume maxed out. Also, whenever I'm fishing my headset out of my purse, it is always, without fail, switched to the mute setting, which makes it really awkward when I'm gabbing away (unheard by whomever I'm speaking with) until they say 'Hello? Hello???' and then I realized I've unwittingly muted my phone. This makes me believe that perhaps the switch could be made a little tighter by the manufacturer, or made so that it's more difficult to mute it than to unmute it (most users probably would have it more often unmuted than on the mute setting, by default, right?) My final complaint is that the volume control mechanism makes the entire headset unit feel a bit top-heavy. Unless I clip the top part of the headset to my shirt, it feels like the volume mechanism weighs it down, sometimes causing the headset to come off, especially if I opt not to use the over-the-ear attachment (the product comes with 3 available attachments - one is the over-the-ear piece, and then there is foam to cover the ear part, and the other is a rubbery thing to go over the ear part - I've yet to discover how to use this perplexing attachment). It isn't always necessary to use the over-the-ear part, and in fact it's quite comfortable to use without it - it just makes the headset a little easier to fall off your ear. The volume mechanism makes it almost a guarantee that it will fall off if you don't clip it from above the mechanism onto your shirt collar (again, without the over-the-ear attachment on).That said, this is my favorite among all headsets I've ever owned in terms of comfort and clarity. There can be improvements, but I will stick with this headset for a good while down the road until the wireless bluetooth ones come down significantly in price.
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: Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Ericsson
Rating: 5/5
Sony Ericsson T610 Phone (T-Mobile)
Solid phone


I've had it for 9 months and still love it. It's solid, gorgeous, and very user friendly. Reception is great when I have a signal. On T-Mobile I get fewer dead zones than I did with AT&T (in Washington, DC.) The Bluetooth feature is killer. I use it to synchronize my contacts and to control iTunes on my computer while I'm playing poker in the next room. The camera pretty much sucks but it's a cute novelty. I didn't buy the phone to take photos, I bought it for the compact size, beauty, and user friendliness. I get about 3 days of battery life on mine, which is better than I ever got with my Nokia 8260. The email and web access work fine, albeit extremely slowly. Sure, there are a couple mildly annoying things here and there but every other phone I tried last year had a bunch of extremely annoying problems; by comparison, this phone is a dream.
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




Product: PCS Phone palmOne Treo 600 (Sprint)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Rating: 5/5
PCS Phone palmOne Treo 600 (Sprint)
Great Unit, still working out some bugs


I was really excited to upgrade from my Samsung i330 Palm phone to this one because I was drawn to the seamless connectivity of shortmail, e-mail and new brower features. It's been a rocky start.
For openers, the phone did not "provision" (configure for web) correctly, and I spent 3 hours on the phone with Sprint Tech while they took stabs in the dark trying to help me. I talked to three people and each of them told me that they didn't know much about the new phone. The next day, I drove (40 infuriated minutes!) to the Sprint Store and the guy behind the counter asked me how to access the phone features. Not a good start. Eventually, despite their clumslyness, the phone did go online.
That's when I learned that the SMS text messaging features I was so excited to use ("hard button on front of device for instant access to Text Messaging") -- HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED BY SPRINT YET. Repeat: the phone's text message button will not work until Sprint does more work to their network! (At which point, I will get a text message and have to call Sprint to tell them that I want to use the new feature). In the meantime, they advised me to use the vision website to send and receive. *grumble* Oh, and for email, count on downloading Eudora - that's the only way to send and receive mail!
This new phone has another serious drawback - the keylock comes on automatically (this can be changed) but when I hit the correct button to turn OFF keylock, the device shuts down! This handset may not be long for this world.
Other, minor complaints are that the hard buttons on the front (phone, calendar, 5 way directional, text messaging and key lock) do not jibe with lots of games. I don't know how to tell Root Beer Tapper that the 'right' button is "text message" - but I don't have an alternative!
So why give such a flawed phone a 5? It has great promise. When I get this auto-shutdown thing sorted out and Sprint gets their text messaging act together, I will be the proudest cell phone owner I know.
Oh - and in case you are wondering - you'll have no trouble dealing with the little keyboard. I typed out a War-and-Peace-length email on day #3 and didn't feel hampered at all.
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.




Product: Sony Ericsson T616 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: AT&T Wireless
Rating: 5/5
Sony Ericsson T616 Phone - Next Generation (AT&T)
Tiny package packed with goodies


My seventh mobile phone and easily one of the best. The reasonable price combined w/ the small size make this the best featured phone on the market. Sony spared no expense in giving the the T616 both bluetooth and infrared, a camera, email client, 65k colors screen. One of the neatest and rarely mentioned features is an alarm/calendar system which can be programed to alert even when the phone is turned off. Save your juice and still get. Of course it has all the too fancy ring tones and games which only take up memory and might be better in a teen flip phone.The design - modern, sleek and simple. I'm not a clamshell fan, so a small, solid, one-piece unit with a large color screen is right up my alley.On the down side, AT&T's service does not allow for one-touch voicemail pick up. You must enter your password w/ evey call. A security feature, I guess, but annoying. Additionally, the screen is difficult to read in bright sunlight. My only other gripe is that there's no speaker phone. Sony was clearly going for sleek and small and for the money and size, how much more can one expect?As for AT&T's service, keep in mind quality of service depends on the region you live in and where in the region you live. Every company has cities where their service is great and where it is lowsy. So these sweeping generalizations about AT&T's service should be taken with a grain of salt. Additionally, this phone operates on a GSM network which isn't yet as all-encompassing as TDMA/CDMA... but unlike the 'DMA's allows for international use. So, whether T-Mobile or AT&T, GSM service is GSM service. On that note, only AT&T offers both GSM and DMA, though the Ericsson is designed only for GSM.Be ye warned, although this is a tri-band phone, it is not a world phone. World phones include 900/1800/1900 mhz frequencies. The T616 carries 850 in place of 900. 850 is a second N. American frequency at the expense of the standard 900mhz which covers Australia and New Zealand. If you're jonesing for this unit, the T610 substitutes 850 w/ the standard 900mhz.I highly recommend this phone for style, quality and features. As for AT&T's service, it's as good as any other similar system depending on where you are.
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: Motorola V60i Phone (AT&T)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 5/5
Motorola V60i Phone (AT&T)
Excellent phone, never had a problem


I've owned this phone for over a year and never had any problems with it. Good reception too. If you have bad reception then its the provider not the phone. And if you wanted all the bells and whistles (mp3, color etc.) then you shouldn't have bought this phone in the first place.
Product features:
External display allows you to view text without opening the phone
Voice-activated dialing lets you dial a number without touching the keypad
Interchangeable metal housings
Up to 4 hours' digital talk time and 6 days' digital standby time
Includes battery, charger, and headset




Product: Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Productgroup: Wireless
Manufacturer: Motorola
Rating: 4/5
Motorola V300 Phone (T-Mobile)
Goodby Samsung... Hello Moto


I have had this phone for 48 hours and my wife and kids and I have used it non-stop, The kids love it for the games and AIM. My wife has a motorola v66 and thinks this v300 is what she wants for her next phone. My unit was made in China, not from CZ. Reception in Savvis Center during Blues game was crystal clear! AIM and WAP has been a lot of fun. Camera is fun and I must dis-agree about what I read concerning the quality of the pix -- they are 640x480 and great flesh tones ;-) the brightness settings and zoom are fast and easy to manipulate. The phone has a good weight to it, a nice texture to the feel, the outside blue glow LCD is a classy understatement. The internal color display is bright and allows for contrast control. I really feel T-Mobile has made the phone affordable and their coverage in my area is complete. By the way, Motorola phones have a line of accessories which can be used on a variety of phones. If you buy a smasung, there is less availabilty since each phone has it special accessory group. Yes, moto has had some dog color phones in the past, but the v300 is a value leader (thou in short supply) and a lot of fun inside a cellphone.
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




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