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'your phone might seem geeky, but we can't deny the ease and convenience of calling up tasks by barking out a quick command, rather than going through several layers of menus.'
'Speakerphone performance is below par.'
'it can fit comfortably in the hand'
'voice quality poor'
'The P3470 has very clean lines'
'ample 2.8" 65k-color touchscreen display'
'There is not TouchFLO interface though, which is just as well since the design of the LCD is the traditional kind with a raised bezel around it, which makes finger swiping a little difficult.'
'it lacks 3G support.'
'The phone is too frustrating to use.'
'it does have a lot of nice design features.'
'The P527's battery also seems up to the task, managing a solid 7.5 hours of talk time, and surviving pretty well for a device that sports energy draining features like GPS.'
'The keys are so crowded and close together that it's easy to press the wrong button when typing with your thumbs.'
'There's nothing outrageously new about the Treo 750's features'
'the other keys can be very difficult to read.'
'the numbers on the button were too small and wore off.'
'the new tilting display does, perhaps, make it easier to read data from the screen while the unit sits on a desk, and certainly should help when it comes to watching videos on the device.'
'QVGA resolution which is now not enough for a high-end phone.'
'The keyboard has white backlighting, which looks somewhat uneven.'
'This is attractive and comfortable to hold, but there is concern that it will discolor, or worse, degenerate from heat or over time.'
'The HP ipaq hw 6510 sports plenty of features such as: Bluetooth connectivity, a full keyboard, a built-in speakerphone and EDGE high speed wireless data'
'Pros Your pockets will still look sleek and slim as this acts as a phone and a PDA.'
'The long delay between pressing the shutter button and actually taking the picture was especially annoying.'
'By adding support for CDMA/EV-DO Motorola should greatly increase the market for the MC70.'
'Listening to music through the Q's speakers was pretty much atrocious.'
'I have to apologize for the image quality of these photos since they were shot in very poor lighting in my hotel room.'
'As the slimmest QWERTY handset ever made, the Motorola Q offers a familiar
ultra-thin design popularized by the iconic RAZR.'
'poor battery life'
'This is both good and bad.'
'newly designed QWERTY Keypad'
'Motorola has wisely kept the scroll wheel on the right-hand side, too.'
'Eten has used a standard miniUSB slot for connecting to a computer and charging'
'This, we feel, is more attractive than the X500's silver front and black shades.'
'the lack of numberpad does mean that making calls to new numbers is more hassle than with a normal phone'
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