T-Mobile Dash phone

T-Mobile Dash phone

This is an impressive little package. Compared to my beloved treo 650, it trades the 650's touch screen for wifi. I'm convinced that any navigation that involves the treo's touch screen is about five times slower than using the ubiquitous rocker button interface, so that doesn't seem like much of a loss. And the wifi is a huge gain! It's much smaller than the treo. The screen is lower resolution, but the quality seemed on par with the treo 650. Of course it does run Windows Mobile rather than PalmOS. The main reasons I'm afraid of Windows Mobile are: I would have to re-purchase all the apps I already own on PalmOS; I'd have to migrate all my calendar, contact, etc data from the treo; I don't know how well Windows Mobile syncs with linux. I haven't heard great things about Windows Mobile in general, but then PalmOS is nothing to write home about either. It's benefited from nothing but the most cosmetic updates over the past 10 years. They seem to be in the same position Apple was in 2000. If they can successfully make the leap to Access Linux Platform (analogous to Apple's OSX), they might stay ahead of Microsoft. But it looks to me like Palm is currently focusing on new hardware rather than overhauling their aging OS.

  • One more serious good smarphone after iPhone, the first real try of Motorola. Touchscreen plus mechanical keyboard plus impressive hi-res screen plus of course the Android OS. Nice.

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  • While I won't be picking up the newest Motorola phones this year(still in love with my Tmobile Wing) It is definately time for a new earpiece. My last earpiece was a headache because I could barely hear out of it, and it weighed w... While I won't be picking up the newest Motorola phones this year(still in love with my Tmobile Wing) It is definately time for a new earpiece. My last earpiece was a headache because I could barely hear out of it, and it weighed way too much to be hanging on my ear. This one looks very light, and oh so stylish. At $119.99, it's a bit expensive for a headset, but like they say, you get what you pay for. The MOTOPURE™ H12 excels in both precision sound and pure design. See, feel and hear the difference. Design perfection - the ultimate in style, comfort and convenience. Hear the Difference The first headset to feature CrystalTalk™, the new MOTOPURE™ H12 is the future of audio technology, delivering maximum audio performance in even the noisiest of environments. CrystalTalk™ with dual microphones has been designed to cancel background noise, enhance your voice and channel pure, clear audio directly into your ear. Silence the noise and let your voice be heard. Ergonomics Diamond cut metal, high gloss black top, spun metal accents, plus a soft touch back help deliver a discreet yet stunning headset. MOTOPURE™ H12 comes with matching desktop charger, charging case and carrying solution. A complete solution for you to carry, protect, and charge in style. Easy to Set up and Keep Talking Motorola EasyPair technology simplifies the initial connection to the phone. Dedicated power button means being certain when the headset is on. LED shines green, yellow, or red in a quick battery check, letting you know how much talk time remains. What you get in the box: MOTOPURE™ H12 Universal Bluetooth Headset Travel Charger Charging Case Deskstand Ear Cushions Shirt Clip Quick Start Guide

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  • I use this cell phone for texting, camera, and talking. I would love to have the newer model too.

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  • It's an Iphone.. need I say more :)

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  • Motorola's RAZR V3 has been very dependable for me. Using T-Mobile service, I rarely get dropped calls here in Los Angeles. The phone itself fits easily and comfortably either in my pants pocket or jacket pocket. The camera takes ... Motorola's RAZR V3 has been very dependable for me. Using T-Mobile service, I rarely get dropped calls here in Los Angeles. The phone itself fits easily and comfortably either in my pants pocket or jacket pocket. The camera takes decent pix, but not stellar. Not the latest and greatest tech anymore, but reliable and still sleek. I recommend it - especially if you can get it free, which many cell companies offer if you sign up for new service or extend your contract.

  • I bought this last year. My only extravagant purchase for myself last year. Bought it when it was a heck of a lot more than $200.00. I loved this phone at the beginning. It was sleek, stylish, the features are cool. It's a Mo... I bought this last year. My only extravagant purchase for myself last year. Bought it when it was a heck of a lot more than $200.00. I loved this phone at the beginning. It was sleek, stylish, the features are cool. It's a Motorola Ming A1200, Cingular/AT&T phone. It has an MP3 player, video cam features, camera features, AM/FM radio feature, and all the standard stuff. The thing that reeled me in was the touchscreen and the stylus made it look like a PDA. Far from it by the way. As with all other things, you get over it. Now the touchscreen feature that reeled me in, irritates me. Not a good phone to text with. Final verdict: If you're accustomed to the touchscreen feature, this phone is for you. I have to admit, it turns heads. Lots of people have commented that it's a hella hot phone. But if you just want a phone that you can make calls on and text people with? You should pass on this.

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  • i had heard a lot of mixed reviews about the razr, but i love mine. i left it outside in the rain in kauai and came out the next day and even tho it had been soaked, it still worked and was all good. and despite its size i get way... i had heard a lot of mixed reviews about the razr, but i love mine. i left it outside in the rain in kauai and came out the next day and even tho it had been soaked, it still worked and was all good. and despite its size i get way better service and clarity than i have ever had with any phone. i'm def going to keep it as my "bat phone" aka VIP line when i get a bb.

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  • I don't like phones that flip...they break. And considering how often I drop my phone, I need a sturdy phone. The Motorola SLVR is such a phone. It's skinny, without being too thin to fit in my hand and have a nice sized displa... I don't like phones that flip...they break. And considering how often I drop my phone, I need a sturdy phone. The Motorola SLVR is such a phone. It's skinny, without being too thin to fit in my hand and have a nice sized display screen. The only thing I'm not crazy about would be the camera...it takes fine pictures for being in a phone, but not great pictures for sharing. That's fine though, I carry a camera in my purse.

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  • The Krzr in design is very similar to the very popular Razr phone. The main differences between both phones are size. The Krzr has a much thinner width than the Razr. Feature wise the Krzr has a 1.3 mega pixel camera, bluetooth,... The Krzr in design is very similar to the very popular Razr phone. The main differences between both phones are size. The Krzr has a much thinner width than the Razr. Feature wise the Krzr has a 1.3 mega pixel camera, bluetooth, offers Micro SD memory expansion, and all the usual standards found on cell phones. The one thing I really liked about the phone were the outer music keys. These are found on the outer flip cover and can be accessed while the phone is closed. This came in handy a lot during my work outs whenever I had forgotten my ipod and had to use the Krzr as my music player. Battery life though was a bit lacking with this phone. I noted how by late evening the Krzr was down to 1 or 2 bars of life even though I had not used the phone much.

  • Accessorize, accessorize is my mantra!! Fabulous looking phone!!

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  • Crafted from polished aluminum and cocobolo wood, this cell is a superfine version of the Nokia 6230 with a high-res color screen, Bluetooth and FM radio.

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  • The new sidekick!!!

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  • Going to be the must have phone for next year. Super simple, super cheap, super cool. You can see all the photos and listen to all the designers talk about how it was designed here. http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/motofo... Going to be the must have phone for next year. Super simple, super cheap, super cool. You can see all the photos and listen to all the designers talk about how it was designed here. http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/motofone/experience/

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