February 17, 2006

Wireless review: T-Mobile MDA

As published on CNET.com:
"Armed with built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, EDGE support, and Windows Mobile 5, the nondescript T-Mobile MDA--a rebranded version of the HTC Wizard--makes for an enticing addition to T-Mobile's staid lineup of long-in-the-tooth handhelds. As one of CNET's editors put it, it's like a Sidekick for grown-ups. Indeed, this unassuming-looking phone makes it easy to jump on to available hot spots, manage your messages, open and edit Office documents, and crank your tunes. Unfortunately, the MDA ($399) is without any new tricks or spectacular performance, and since it's hobbled by a subpar keypad and an iffy camera, it will have to fight against heavyweights such as the Palm Treo 700w, the Sprint PPC-6700, and the Cingular 8125 for attention."
Used with permission from CNET Networks, Inc. Copyright 2006.

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