August 24, 2006

Review: LG AX490 Fastap clamshell

As published on infoSync World:
"We'll certainly give LG and partner Digit Wireless points for trying something different with the AX490's first-in-the-U.S. Fastap keypad. While we're impressed with the dual-level design, those who pride themselves in their lightening-fast texting might find the Fastap keypad a bit slower than a 10-button keypad."
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August 18, 2006

Review: Cingular 8125 business phone

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"With its roomy, slide-out keypad, full suite of mobile Office apps, push e-mail capabilities and built-in Wi-Fi, Cingular's 8125 makes for a formidable smartphone, even compared to the latest EV-DO-enabled competitors."
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August 11, 2006

Review: RIM BlackBerry 7130e business phone

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"The BlackBerry 7130e makes for a compact and speedy messaging companion, and you can't beat the handset's push e-mail and PIM synching abilities. Unfortunately, it's hobbled by its tricky SureType keypad, which can't quite measure up to a true QWERTY thumbboard, and we wish voice commands were included in the feature set."
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August 10, 2006

Review: Sanyo Katana slim clamshell

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"While it's lacking in the high-speed data department and it's saddled with a relatively low-resolution VGA camera, the thin, colorful Sanyo Katana makes for an impressive calling and messaging phone, and it's large, vivid screen is a delight for the eyes."
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August 04, 2006

Review: LG VX8500 Chocolate music phone

As published on infoSync World:
"With its groovy Flash interface and revamped music player, LG's new VX8500 Chocolate phone makes for one of the most satisfying V Cast music handsets we've seen to date; unfortunately, it's hobbled by its lack of dedicated music controls, earbuds and USB cables, while its touch-sensitive inputs are way too sensitive for our taste."
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