All posts tagged "Cell Phone"

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    HP iPaq 510 Voice Messenger Cell Phone Review

    Here it is: The first Windows Mobile 6 smart phone, and it comes from none other than HP. It’s a good choice for mobile professionals who want to keep on top of their e-mail and occasionally work on documents while on the road. The HP iPaq 510 Voice Messenger is a departure...

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    HP iPAQ 910c Business Messenger Cell Phone Review

    Though more well-known for its laptops and desktop PCs, HP is no stranger to smartphones. The company has released several models in the past, including the HP iPaq hw6945 Mobile Messenger and the HP iPaq 510 Voice Messenger, both of which have garnered some good user reviews, and now its hoping the...

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    HP iPaq Glisten Cell Phone Review

    It’s been a while since we’ve seen a smartphone from HP here in the United States, but the company’s hoping to shine with its new messaging device for AT&T, called the HP iPaq Glisten. The Windows Mobile 6.5 handset looks decent on paper, offering all the essential features a mobile professional would...

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    Just5 J509 Cell Phone Review

    When the Jitterbug first debuted several years ago, there weren’t that many senior-friendly phones around to compete with it. Now it seems there is more than just a handful; we’ve seen the Doro PhoneEasy devices, the Clarity ClarityLife, and a couple of Pantech phones like the Breeze II and the Ease. As...

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    Casio G'zOne Ravine Cell Phone Review

    Casio continues to expand its rugged phone line with the G’zOne Ravine, a follow-up to other Casio handsets like the G’zOne Brigade and the G’zOne Rock. Like them, the Ravine is resistant to dust, water, shock, and a variety of environmental hazards. Casio is billing it as a phone for the outdoor...

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    Verizon G'zOne Boulder Cell Phone Review

    Skinny, touch-screen phones may be the flavor du jour of the cell phone world, but there are still those of us who want a handset that can take a beating. Ruggedized phones are nothing new, of course, but few are attractive or designed with the everyday consumer in mind. The Casio G’zOne...

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    Casio Exilim C721 Cell Phone Review

    Casio may be better known for its slim Exilim cameras than its mobile handsets in the U.S. The only Casio phones available in the U.S. have been the G’zOne series of handsets, all of which are ruggedized and built to withstand the elements. The G’zOne Type-V was the first, followed by the...

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    Casio G'zOne Rock Cell Phone Review

    The Casio G’zOne series of ruggedized phones have made fans over the years, ever since the Type-V model that was released in 2006. They are made not just for those with hard-hat jobs, but also for those of us who simply want durable phones that will survive a dunk in the tub....

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    Casio G'zOne Brigade Cell Phone Review

    Casio has made a name for itself in the ruggedized handset market with the G’zOne series of phones. From the Type-V to the more recent G’zOne Rock, these phones are military-certified to take a beating and keep on ticking. Now Casio has finally released its first-ever ruggedized messaging phone–probably the first of...

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    Pharos Traveler GPS 127 Cell Phone Review

    The smartphone space has become really competitive, especially in the past year, and it’s packed with a wide variety of great devices. However, as far as GPS-enabled smartphones go, Pharos is trying to outdo the competition by including navigation software on the handset, so you’re not required to sign up for a...

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    Pharos Traveler GPS 137 Cell Phone Reveiw

    Earlier this month, we looked at the Pharos Traveler 127. The GPS-enabled smartphone offered the advantage of coming with its own navigation software and maps, which eliminated the need for fee-based location services and a cellular connection. Unfortunately, the benefit of this was lost on the clunky software and the device’s sluggish...

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    Peek Emailing Device Review

    Here’s the Peek pitch: there are those of us who are dependent on e-mail, but don’t want to get a smartphone–maybe because of pricing, or because smartphones can be pretty complicated for first-time users. So forget the BlackBerry, the Treo, and the iPhone; the people behind Peek wanted to introduce a mobile...