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1. BlackBerry 8100 Pearl Phone (T-Mobile)
$49.99
2. T-Mobile MDA Smartphone (T-Mobile)
$0.01
3. BlackBerry 8700c Phone (Cingular)
$49.99
4. BlackBerry 8700g Phone (T-Mobile)
$244.99
5. palm Treo 700p Smartphone (Verizon
$99.99
6. Motorola Q Phone (Verizon Wireless)
$44.99
7. palmOne Treo 650 PDA Phone (Cingular)
$149.99
8. Cingular 8125 PDA Phone (Cingular)
$279.99
9. palm Treo 700w Smartphone (Verizon
$0.01
10. BlackBerry 7130c Phone (Cingular)
$394.99
11. palm Treo 700p Smartphone (Sprint)
$49.99
12. Cingular 2125 Smartphone (Cingular)
$99.99
13. Cingular 3125 Smartphone (Cingular)
$0.01
14. BlackBerry 7105t Phone (T-Mobile)
$49.99
15. T-Mobile SDA Smartphone (T-Mobile)
$394.99
16. palm Treo 700wx Smartphone (Sprint)
$0.01
17. BlackBerry 7290 Phone (T-Mobile)
$0.01
18. BlackBerry 7100g Phone (Cingular)
$299.99
19. Samsung i730 PDA Phone (Verizon
$99.99
20. Nokia E62 Smartphone (Cingular)

1. BlackBerry 8100 Pearl Phone (T-Mobile)
by BlackBerry
Wireless Phone
list price: $399.99 -- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B000ID10JE
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This major update to the popular 7105t brings the BlackBerry experience to a whole new level. The BlackBerry 8100 Pearl is not only thinner and lighter, it also sports a memory card slot, a music player, and voice dialing. Other features, such as Bluetooth 2.0, EDGE high-speed data, and the popular SureType keypad make this a complete mobile office solution. And of course, legendary BlackBerry push email is fully supported on the BlackBerry 8100 Pearl.Read more

Features

  • 1.3 mega pixel camera to capture those special moments
  • MP3 player lets you listen to your favorite music on the go
  • Menu and escape keys on the front of the device for easier access
  • Bluetooth technology lets you experience hands free and wire free features
  • Four way trackball for easy navigation

Reviews (23)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent phone with a few minuses
Been using this for about a week now, here's what I came up with.
5-0 out of 5 stars Finally! A Blackberry for Me!
I have always been inticed by the blackberry line of phones. How they could do everything, browse the web, IM, Email and so on. But none have ever worked for me because they were huge. I tried a 8700c, but that wasnt the phone. I liked the keyboard, but it was huge. I also tried the 7130c, which was better, but was still to thick and felt weird to use next to my Razr. I waited and waited and almost gave up, but RIM finally came through on this phenominal device.
5-0 out of 5 stars A Blackberry for Everyone
I have now owned this phone for three days, coming off a one-year relationship with a Cingular Blackberry 8700c. The 8700c is more of your traditional Blackberry; when it was released, the folks at RIM gave it a more hip appearance while maintaining the business as usual status quo of all Blackberries. With the Blackberry 8100 "Pearl," RIM has taken another huge step towards making hip phones for the masses, and especially younger people.
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2. T-Mobile MDA Smartphone (T-Mobile)
by T-Mobile
Wireless Phone
list price: $424.99 -- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B000EM8REU
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

If you're looking for one compact device that can do it all, here's the answer. The T-Mobile MDA combines a quad-band phone with a Windows Mobile 5.0 PDA with all the bells and whistles: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a miniSD card slot, support for EDGE high speed data, and more. And don't forget the unique slide-out QWERTY keyboard that makes messaging, note-taking, and other writing tasks a breeze.Read more

Features

  • Unique slide-out QWERTY keyboard
  • Instant messaging, email and web browsing
  • Built-in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 1.3 megapixel camera with video
  • Easily synch w/ Microsoft Outlook
  • Expandable mini SD memory slot

Reviews (90)

3-0 out of 5 stars Touch Screen develops dead spots...
I bought my MDA 8 months ago and immediately used protector sheets on the screen, bought the nice holder for it...in short took care of it.It recently started acting up and developing a dead spot right in the middle of the touch screen (you can see, but you can't select things in the dead spot).The biggest thing is not being able to change the times for appointments, since you can only do it in its small window that sits under the same blind spot.Luckily, I'm using the one year warranty and returning it to T-mobile in exchange for another one.
2-0 out of 5 stars Amazon policy misleading
This phone will not reliably connect to any Wi-Fi hotspots, and the ActiveSynch program renders my computer unusable. Beware of the Amazon "return" policy. It is return only, and if you get a family plan, it is return both phones only, you cannot exchange, and their customer service is very poor.

3-0 out of 5 stars Warning
I bought the MDA to replace my aging and worn Sidekick II about 2 months ago.
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3. BlackBerry 8700c Phone (Cingular)
by BlackBerry
Wireless Phone
list price: $499.99 -- our price: $0.01
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Asin: B000C1DOU0
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The latest BlackBerry handheld is better than ever with a thinner profile, a huge screen, a more powerful processor, EDGE data support, and more. The BlackBerry 8700c, an integrated phone, e-mail client (with support for corporate email servers), organizer, and Web browser is the ultimate weapon for mobile professionals.Read more

Features

  • Bright, high-res screen provides large viewable workspace and includes intelligent light sensing technology to automatically optimize screen lighting levels for ideal indoor and outdoor viewing
  • Lightweight handheld with a full QWERTY keyboard
  • Access up to 10 supported business and/or personal email accounts
  • Integrated attachment viewing for popular file formats
  • Bluetooth hands-free headset and car kit support

Reviews (51)

5-0 out of 5 stars 8700c
Pros: I have had this phone for 4 months and it works great.
4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad... but one REALLY annoying design glitch
I changed jobs, and the corporate standard is the Blackberry, so I had to give up my much-loved Treo 650. At least I was able to keep my number and swap the old SIM into the new phone.
5-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone!!!!
First I would like to say that i also had the treo 650 and it was a great phone!! But I was sold on the blackberry by a coworker. The Blackberry is everything you need. Email accounts are cool you can link your personal and companies accounts to your phone and blackberry give you a personal email too.Texting and instant messaging are just amazing on this phone, just plain faster.The one thing I would say is buy the phone that fits your needs!!! ... Read more


4. BlackBerry 8700g Phone (T-Mobile)
by BlackBerry
Wireless Phone
list price: $399.99 -- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B000FEHG76
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The latest BlackBerry handheld is better than ever with a thinner profile, a huge screen, a more powerful processor, EDGE data support, and more. The BlackBerry 8700g, an integrated phone, email client (with support for corporate email servers), organizer, and web browser is the ultimate weapon for mobile professionals.Read more

Features

  • Bright, high-res screen provides large viewable workspace and includes intelligent light sensing technology to automatically optimize screen lighting levels for ideal indoor and outdoor viewing
  • Lightweight handheld with a full QWERTY keyboard
  • Access up to 10 supported business and/or personal email accounts
  • Integrated attachment viewing for popular file formats
  • Bluetooth hands-free headset and car kit support

Reviews (27)

1-0 out of 5 stars MSN Support
When I purchased my Blackberry 8700G, I was told that I could receive my email from MSN. It worked a couple of months, and then all of a sudden I couldn't receive emails. I spent 10 hours on the phone trying to get this resolved, and was finally told that T-Mobile didn't support receiving emails from MSN...even though that is what the saleslady told me. I asked to have the device replaced with one that I could receive emails and was told by T-Mobile that they couldn't do that. So now, I'm stuck with a $300 device that won't perform as it was sold to me. Be aware... I've been a customer since 2000 and they won't even try to accommodate me, even though they weren't truthful when they sold me the product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Indispensably Intuitive
The Blackberry 8700g is a dream come true.Lightweight, incredibly intuitive, this phone has lightening fast email (even from the subway system in NY), the organizer linked right up with Microsoft Outlook, and the screen is easy to read even in the brightest sun.The keyboard is perfectly sized and the bluetooth and speakerphone round out the experience.As a performer, I'm constantly away from my home and office...this little puppy keeps me connected and organized during the day, so I don't have so much catching up to do when I get home.And the quad band phone will keep me connected when touring overseas. T-Mobile customer service the best I've encountered.

3-0 out of 5 stars Could be better
It's very handy for email.
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5. palm Treo 700p Smartphone (Verizon Wireless)
Wireless Phone
list price: $599.99 -- our price: $244.99
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Asin: B000G2R0EQ
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • Integrated thumbable QWERTY keyboard with LED backlight makes sending email3 and editing documents fast and familiar
  • Send and receive email from multiple corporate and personal email accounts, with built-in support for Microsoft® Outlook®, Hotmail, Yahoo!, AOL, and other POP3 and IMAP accounts
  • Uses EvDO network with average download speeds of 400-600 kbps
  • 1.3 megapixel camera to shoots crisp, clear digital images
  • Play your favorite MP3 files and other PlaysForSure audio content using Windows Media Player Mobile

Reviews (24)

1-0 out of 5 stars Phone Keeps Freezing!
I am on my second Treo 700p from Verizon.I would love to love this phone - but it keeps freezing!As others have posted, I have the same problems - random freezing only cured by battery removal.

1-0 out of 5 stars Unusable for business
I almost never write a review like this, but the 700P is a device that never should have been released.I am on my 4th phone in 2 months; and have spent hours/days fighting with Sprint about this device.
1-0 out of 5 stars Profoundly disappointing and aggravating
I had a Palm way back when, and reverted to the old diary after it went down en route to a critical meeting.Four years later finds me in the same boat, again, with more expensive, more cumbersome, but still non-functional equipment.Every criticism you see below is true.This is simply not a successful product.If you are a computer geek who enjoys the journey more than the result, doubtless there's something to be gotten from re-working the same piece of information twenty times because the software has failed in one way or another.For those of us who want a tool that works, i.e., as a pencil works (you write it once, and it's there) this is a morass of annoyance.I don't know if they will ever figure out the bugs, but this is nowhere close.
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6. Motorola Q Phone (Verizon Wireless)
by Verizon Wireless
Wireless Phone
list price: $399.99 -- our price: $99.99
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Asin: B000FYU4SO
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • At only 0.45 inches thin, you’ll be amazed at how much is in your Motorola Q
  • Listen to music, stream videos, surf the web, play games all rich in color and stereo sound
  • View documents, spreadsheets, presentations and PDFs while mobile
  • A full QWERTY keyboard makes emailing a breeze
  • Use Bluetooth®-enabled wireless head phones, stereo headphones, car kits and even eyewear

Reviews (67)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent consumer smartphone
I replaced a phone and a PDA with the Q and have been pretty happy since. The display is sharp, so I'm not finding the smaller size a problem, and the qwerty keyboard is a whole different world from on-screen keyboards and a stylus. It is a little sluggish compared to my iPAQ, but still very useable.
2-0 out of 5 stars Previous owner of an SMT-5600, really didn't like the "Q"
I've had a Smartphone for about two years, so I'm not one of those people who didn't like the "Q" because I expected PocketPC features on it.I switched from Cingular to Verizon for service reasons, and the Q seemed like the closest phone to the Audiovox SMT-5600 that I had and liked.It was definitely wider, but thinner, which seemed like a reasonable tradeoff.
4-0 out of 5 stars Some simple points
-- The screen clarity is exceptional, much better than a PDA I own.
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7. palmOne Treo 650 PDA Phone (Cingular)
Wireless Phone
list price: $599.99 -- our price: $44.99
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Asin: B0007NP8PW
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • Fully integrated phone and PDA with digital video and camera capabilities
  • Integrated Bluetooth technology
  • Vibrant 320 x 320 touchscreen display
  • Backlit QWERTY keyboard
  • Email access to Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 using VersaMail

Reviews (138)

4-0 out of 5 stars A very good PDA/phone with some minor annoying defects
I love that phone. This is a highly customize and flexible device, I totally recommend it to anyone who has a busy schedule and doesn't mind a big phone.Phone function works great, although it takes some time to adjust to it's big size. I was using small flip phones prior getting Treo 650.Battery life is great, it can go easy 2-3 days without charging. Bluetooth surprisingly doesn't eat up battery. Earpiece works really well, I don't like that earpiece jack isn't standard. The display is very bright, and sharp. The camera pictures quality sucks, but who really uses phone-camera to take photos?:)Users should install the latest Palm os patch to fix up resetting, battery life, and other problems. I find it annoying that thequick-shortcut buttons are not protected by keylock.Also, there is no multilingual support available unless third-party application is installed. The PDA reset a few times on me, but have installed quite a few third party applications on it.

1-0 out of 5 stars bad on all counts
The email doesn't work. Especially ridiculous with Gmail. The device crashes a lot and resets. The people at Cingular don't know how to fix it (although someone in the data support department admitted aloud that the 650 is NOT compatible with Gmail -- no one in the customer service or warranties department will admit it), and Cingular is perfectly willing to send you new devices to replace the "faulty" device under the manufacturer's warranty -- and with each replacement device that works as poorly as the previous one, Cingular is still unwilling to admit that the device is a problem. Unwilling to simply get you onto another device. Unwilling to admit that the phone is incapable of actually doing what it is supposed to do. As frustrated as I've ever been with a cell phone company -- I have never been as infuriated with both a provider and a manufacturer.

1-0 out of 5 stars RUN AWAY - this product defines caveat emptor!
I do not review things, and I have an extremely high level of tolerance for product functioning.Nevertheless, I am so fed up with my palmOne Treo 650 (which I have owned for a year), that I have called Verizon today, complained to Palm, joined a class action, and reactiviated my several year-old flip phone that has water damage.Yes - my water damaged, cheap LG phone functions better than my palm treo.
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8. Cingular 8125 PDA Phone (Cingular)
by Cingular
Wireless Phone
list price: $599.99 -- our price: $149.99
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Asin: B000FENIIW
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

If you're looking for one compact device that can do it all, here's the answer. The Cingular 8125 combines a quad-band phone with a Windows Mobile 5.0 PDA with all the bells and whistles: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a miniSD card slot, support for EDGE high speed data, and more. And don't forget the unique slide-out QWERTY keyboard that makes messaging, note-taking, and other writing tasks a breeze.Read more

Features

  • 1.3 mega-pixel camera, camcorder and flash
  • Microsoft® Windows MobileTM 5.0 Smartphone Edition
  • PocketPC with sliding QWERTY keyboard
  • High speed EDGE data connectivity and Bluetooth® Wireless synchronization
  • Windows Media®Player and MP3 support

Reviews (29)

5-0 out of 5 stars The perfect PDA!
Lawdy lawdy - this is the best PDA I have ever had....I used to like Palm more than Windows-based PCs but this one is finally made the correct way....
3-0 out of 5 stars Never received it !!!
I am giving it 3 stars because I am unable to rate the phone yet. I ordered it about a week back and was supposed to get it in 2 days. Amazon website kept saying that there is a delay in your order. I called them up and they said that they have not received an approval from Cingular. They were nice enough to upgrade the shipping to next day delivery upon receipt of approval. But apparently they never heard from Cingular and automatically cancelled the order.
4-0 out of 5 stars Best yet but not perfect
I am upgrading from an audiovox smt5600 with the Windows mobile 3.0 operating system.I really like that it syncs with the outlook contacts and calendar.The windows mobile 5.0 OS is a real improvement. The keyboard works great and rotates the screen to landscape but I find that I rarely use it and input using the touchpad keyboard - so the extra weight and size are not necessary for me.The speaker phone is annoying to my callers so I stopped using it.I can cruise the internet using wireless but not too much fun on a 4" screen.Ditto working with word and excel files.Camera is disappointing.
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9. palm Treo 700w Smartphone (Verizon Wireless)
Wireless Phone
list price: $699.99 -- our price: $279.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000E6MFXA
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • Integrated thumbable QWERTY keyboard makes sending email3 and editing documents fast and familiar
  • Send and receive email from multiple corporate and personal email accounts, with built-in support for Microsoft® Outlook®, Hotmail, Yahoo!, AOL, and other POP3 and IMAP accounts
  • Uses EvDO network with average download speeds of 400-600 kbps
  • 1.3 megapixel camera to shoots crisp, clear digital images
  • Play your favorite MP3 files and other PlaysForSure audio content using Windows Media Player Mobile

Reviews (45)

1-0 out of 5 stars Think twice about using Amazon
It would take too long to describe how bad my customer service experience has been with Amazon.Suffice to say if you have ANY problems with your order or service - count on it being YOUR problem and NOT Amazon's.There is no accountability for any problems you may have, but if you can accept that, the Treo 700w is a nice phone (with some limitations as described by the more tech savvy) - however, in my opinion NO PHONE is worth the amount of time and aggravation I have spent dealing with [...].Go directly to the wireless provider and ditch the middle man.com.

1-0 out of 5 stars A major disappointment..clumsy, clumsy, clumsy
If you're a former Blackberry user, like me, you'll likely hate this phone.If you're a former Palm PDA user, you'll hate this as a PDA (and probably as a phone as well).My company recently switched from the Blackberry platform to Windows Mobile.For secrity reasons, the only device initially approved for use on the WM platform is the Treo 700W, so I had no choice but to go with this dog.It tries to do everything but ends up doing nothing well.My review will focus on a comparison with the Blackberry platform (I was using a 7290).
1-0 out of 5 stars Pure Garbage!
I am a big fan of the concept of the PDA and rely heavily on technology in my business to stay in touch with the office. I had the Treo 650 and had issues with software bugs that tended to lock it up regularly (even after several replacement phones). With the release of the 700w, I thought surely the manufacturer has perfected the phone, and with a Windows platform, I can't go wrong.I WAS WRONG! In a nutshell (even after several replacement phones, hours talking to tech support, and a move to an enterprise server): Constant lock-ups, faulty syncs, and just bad-overpriced technology. Palm preys on the "techy" that wants the newest thing.10 of my colleagues are having the same experience. Verizon is not to blame - when I get a connection, the clarity is excellent. I do not ever write these reviews, but anything I can do to dissuade someone from buying this PDA is my good deed for the day. ... Read more


10. BlackBerry 7130c Phone (Cingular)
by BlackBerry
Wireless Phone
list price: $499.99 -- our price: $0.01
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Asin: B000GAAP9U
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

An upgrade to the popular BlackBerry 7100g, the BlackBerry 7130c adds a slew of enhancements that make this the best 7100-series handheld yet. The BlackBerry 7130c sports a stylish and sleek new design, as well as support for high-speed EDGE data, Bluetooth 2.0 (which supports faster device connect times and improved data rates), twice the memory capacity (64 MB), and a new and faster Intel XScale processor. Of course, the BlackBerry 7130c is still loaded with all of the cool features that made the BlackBerry 7100g a success, like a speakerphone, downloadable ringtones, quad-band GSM, and the unique SureType text keypad. The BlackBerry 7130c also allows you to surf the Web the way it was meant to be surfed with an ultra-large, high-resolution color screen.Read more

Features

  • SureType keyboard technology with QWERTY -style layout makes data entry a breeze.
  • Bluetooth® capability for hands-free dialogue via headsets and car kits.
  • Polyphonic ring tones for personalizing your device (MIDI and MP3 formats).
  • Compatibility with popular Personal Information Management (PIM) software.
  • Dedicated Send and End keys for ease of use.

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone
I've had the 7130c for almost a week now, hands down it is a great phone! Now this is not a predominately PDA that just happens to be a phone.This is a phone with a great organization and email package implemented in it. I mention that because this should not be compared to a Palm Treo or even the Cingulr 8125. This phone is what I would say the bridge between the regular cell phones and perhaps the more PDA-centric phones out on the market.
5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent all around phone
For three months, i researched and researched and researched tons of phones looking for the perfect one.The one thing that i was looking for was a phone that had a loud volume and excellent call quality.I was so frustrated with other phones (razr, treo, nokia) that threw in a crappy camera and mp3 player at the expense of sound quality and volume, which is what a phone is supposed to be for in the first place.The 7130c has the best sound quality that i have ever heard, it has barely ever dropped a call and i can hear everything in crystal clear detail.The menus and interent browsing are extremely organised, fast, and uncluttered, another thing that frsutrated be immensly with other phones.The internet is very fast, the ringtones sound great, and basically the whole phone is flawless.The only minor things that can be frustrating is sometimes the phone feels somewhat cheaply made, creaks a little bit, but not too much, and only sometimes.Another thing is that you cant do to much with attachments in media sources, such as video.To get pictures on your device, you must email them in the correct pixel format which can be a pain.Also, the backlight has three stages or automatic which adjusts to the light, but it can only default to the 2nd stage and i wish it could go to 3rd because it looks better.you have to press the backlight button to go to third stage.Besides those minor flaws, this phone is the best phone you will ever purchase and i highly recommend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars WARNING
Amazon told me I could transfer my number, you canbut you have to pay $250 to do this.The amazon representative failed to mention this of course. ... Read more


11. palm Treo 700p Smartphone (Sprint)
Wireless Phone
list price: $649.99 -- our price: $394.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000GJOUGK
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

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Features

  • Integrated thumbable QWERTY keyboard with LED backlight makes sending email3 and editing documents fast and familiar
  • Send and receive email from multiple corporate and personal email accounts, with built-in support for Microsoft® Outlook®, Hotmail, Yahoo!, AOL, and other POP3 and IMAP accounts
  • Uses EvDO network with average download speeds of 400-600 kbps
  • 1.3 megapixel camera to shoots crisp, clear digital images
  • Play your favorite MP3 files and other PlaysForSure audio content using Windows Media Player Mobile

Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice Phone but don't expect the rebate!
Pros:
4-0 out of 5 stars My first month
I have used PalmOS before, so this phone does not feel too new. The phone works pretty well. The PDA is good. I'd give the phone 4 stars. The PDA part a bit less say 3.5 stars since the stuff is a bit dated (PALM OS).
5-0 out of 5 stars Make this excellent device even better
The Treo 700 is a great device. It combines cellular phone, PDA, and wireless functionality, allowing you to check e-mail, surf the web, make phone calls, and keep your contacts and calendar.
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12. Cingular 2125 Smartphone (Cingular)
by Cingular
Wireless Phone
list price: $399.99 -- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B000FELLXG
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Put unprecedented power in the palm of your hand with the impressive Cingular 2125 Smartphone. It's amazingly small, it runs Windows Mobile 5.0, it's got Bluetooth, it supports EDGE high speed data, and it's a quad-band phone. In a word, this thing is loaded. With all the tools you need to stay connected and organized -- plus a few things to help you have fun -- the 2125 is the perfect choice.Read more

Features

  • 1.3 megapixel camera and video recorder
  • Microsoft® Windows MobileTM 5.0 Smartphone Edition
  • Multimedia messaging - send text, pictures and sound
  • High speed EDGE data connectivity and Bluetooth® Wireless synchronization
  • Windows Media®Player 10 for playing music and video

Reviews (27)

1-0 out of 5 stars BUYER BEWARE - Be Very Aware!
I will keep this review brief because every other review points out all of the very good, and very valid features of the 2125. In fact, I agree with just about every positive comment ever made - this is the best phone I have ever owned. EXCEPT FOR ONE VERY MAJOR DESIGN FLAW: When the keys are locked, two buttons remain active on the phone: The ANSWER key and the IGNORE key. These are the two soft buttons just under the screen. The problem is that these are the two highest buttons on the phone. So when a call comes in and the phone is in your pocket or in the included case, you inevitably end up pushing one of these two buttons in the process of trying to get it out of your pocket or out of the case. That means that the phone is not really locked at all! In fact, you almost always end up answering a call before you can even see who is calling. I have even unknowingly answered calls while the phone was still in its case! This translates into people hearing your private conversations without you even knowing that they are on the line.
5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone with great media features!
The Cingular 2125 is a Windows Mobile 2005 (WM5) Smartphone with Windows Media Player 10 and an excellent QVGA (240x320) screen.If you have Windows Media Player you can easily sync music and videos to the phone, if you have a Windows Media Center then you can sync television and movies which is handy for long flights.The phone supports "Flight Mode" which turns off the phone portion making it okay to use on a plane.This has been one of teh best phones I've owned, the email push works great if your company uses an Microsoft Exchange server, not as good but works very well is any POP3/SMTP server.
5-0 out of 5 stars Power button problem is now fixed.
I purchased this phone on July 1st. I was afraid the power button be hard to press, push, pull down or whatever, since I read many reviews complaining about it. When I checked with a store, it was really hard to. Despite that fact, I decided to purchase it and found it the power button is now changed!!!!
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13. Cingular 3125 Smartphone (Cingular)
by Cingular
Wireless Phone
list price: $399.99 -- our price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000J0X7BU
Sales Rank: 297
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Features

  • Slim Windows® Mobile(TM) 5.0 Smartphone
  • 1.3 MP camera and video recorder to capture unexpected moments
  • Bluetooth® wireless capable for a true hands and wire free experience
  • Direct Push email, calendar, contacts and tasks make it easy to access the information you want
  • Stereo audio jack for listening to your favorite music

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14. BlackBerry 7105t Phone (T-Mobile)
by BlackBerry
Wireless Phone
list price: $299.99 -- our price: $0.01
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000BNQNDY
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

An update to the BlackBerry 7100t, the BlackBerry 7105t features minor but useful enhancements to help you communicate on the go more effectively. Improvements include enhanced screen visibility in all lighting situations, larger send and end keys, and more contoured keys for easier text and number entry. The BlackBerry 7105t is a fully-featured mobile phone that delivers the power of BlackBerry e-mail. It's also loaded with all of the cool features you want, like integrated Bluetooth connectivity, speakerphone, and downloadable ringtones. Plus, surf the Web the way it was meant to be surfed with an ultra-large, high-resolution color screen.Read more

Features

  • Integration of email accounts - Manage up to 10 (supported) business and/or personal email accounts from a single device
  • Large, bright, high-resolution color LCD screen provides ample workspace for composing email and viewing Internet content and pictures, whether you're inside or outdoors
  • SureType technology allows you to type easily, quickly and accurately
  • Bluetooth-enabled allowing for hands-free dialog via headsets or car kits
  • Speakerphone to conduct hands-free dialog and convenient conference calls

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect to a "T"-Blackberry 7105T Tops!
I have written many reviews on cell phones here on Amazon. I used to be a Nextel subscriber, but have been with Tmobile about six months.
2-0 out of 5 stars So - so phone, pretty good PDA
I've had the BB 7105 about 5 months now and am looking for a replacement already. I primarily got it for business purposes...ie syncing contacts and calender. Besides some error message issues that still haven't been resolved the microphone on this unit absolutely sucks. If you have ANY ambient background noise people on the other end have a really hard time understanding you. Not good for a business traveller.

2-0 out of 5 stars Yawn
I've had more cellphones than I have fingers.Yes I'm technologically literate and in my twenties.I bought this phone back in march/april.. loved it back then.Hate it now.
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15. T-Mobile SDA Smartphone (T-Mobile)
by T-Mobile
Wireless Phone
list price: $299.99 -- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B000EM6MQ0
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Put unprecedented power in the palm of your hand with the impressive T-Mobile SDA smartphone. It's amazingly small, it runs Windows Mobile 5.0, it's got Bluetooth Read more

Features

  • Easily synch w/ Microsoft Outlook
  • Bluetooth and Wi-Fi built-in
  • Instant messaging, email and web browsing
  • 1.3 megapixel camera, Video camera and Windows Media Player
  • Expandable mini SD memory slot

Reviews (64)

5-0 out of 5 stars One phone has it all!
This is truly one phone in the market which has almost everything you could want in terms of features and new technology. It is a mini pda with bluetooth, Wi-fi, mp3 player and camera and they all work perfectly. You can use Wi-fi anywhere without subscribing to any additional services. You can sync your contacts, calender etc. using activesync which just takes seconds to install. I've also tried the Mp3 player by putting a 1 GB mini sd card in the phone and using the latest Windows media player and the activesync, downloading songs on the phone was a breeze and the quality is great. The battery life is very good considering all that this phone does. It is also fairly light and small with a very sharp display. The only con for me were the small buttons, but, I didn't want to take away a star for that because of the overall value of this phone. If you don't require afull fledged pda phone, you cannot go wrong with this one so give it a shot!

4-0 out of 5 stars takes a bit of getting used to, but overall a great phone
I was looking for a candybar phone only, and researched a great deal over this phone and compared it with the MDA.This phone takes a bit of time to get used to, especially with the keys, the keys are indeed quite very small but if you can get over that, you would really like this phone.
5-0 out of 5 stars WPA works (and WEP for that matter)
To the author of the review under mine, you're mistaken.First of all, do your research before you post false information.Second, here's how to get WPA to work:
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16. palm Treo 700wx Smartphone (Sprint)
Wireless Phone
list price: $649.99 -- our price: $394.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000IIFRUW
Sales Rank: 415
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Features

  • Easy-to-use, all-in-one smart device with email, organizer, and web browser
  • 128MB memory, 60MB available to user
  • 1.3megapixel camera to capture all those unexpected moments
  • Built in Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Windows Media Player 10 Mobile for music and video

17. BlackBerry 7290 Phone (T-Mobile)
by BlackBerry
Wireless Phone
list price: $299.99 -- our price: $0.01
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0009OIJDC
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This update to the tried and true BlackBerry 7200 Series adds support for Bluetooth, a brighter display, quad-band GSM, and 32 MB of internal memory. This integrated phone, e-mail client (with support for corporate e-mail servers), organizer, and Web browser is the ultimate weapon for mobile professionals.Read more

Features

  • Full-color screen with easy-to-use icons
  • International GSM service compatibility (quad-band: 850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
  • Organizer with PC synchronization with Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Attachment viewing for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, WordPerfect, and Adobe PDF
  • Supports Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino

Reviews (12)

1-0 out of 5 stars Help
If you bay any Blackbery device you also buy a problem. This is good if you make no change and only use to send mails. They do not provide online help or a mail account to make questions. The Desktop software has pour logic and usually makes what is not expected. The help always referrer to the Administrator or to the manual! So, what happen if you would like to do something by your self? Probably you have to spend lot of time reading the whole book. What happen if you do not have an administrator? This shows you the lake of respect for the costumers. This is definitely not a company oriented to final customers, their target is B2B, and so you have to be careful.

1-0 out of 5 stars And these guys set the standard?!?!
Rather than write a typical review, I'll simply print my letter to RIM, the makers of Blackberry:
1-0 out of 5 stars Worst customer services
T-mobile has the worst customer services. Sometimes, It is the company's mistake and they still blame it on the customer. Since I started my plan, I had a problem reciving my bill on time. So, the company start charging me $5 late fee for four consecutive months. Also, when I tried adding additional features such as their text-message-bundle, the change on the account did not take effect till two days later, and I was charged for 10 cents for each message I used in these two days,and It costed me an additional $4. Every time I tried complaining to their customer services, they just wouldn't listen. I am starting to get the feeling that they are just trying to maximize their profit. More than once, if I stay long-enough on the line, they put me on mute so they don't have to listen to my complaining. I feeling that I am being treated like dirt not like a customer. I had the worst customer-services experience with t-mobile. Also, the reception is not the best in the country. I had friends who were using the same phone as the one I have but different network, and they were getting services in places where I don't have it, and they pay about the same amount of money. ... Read more


18. BlackBerry 7100g Phone (Cingular)
by BlackBerry
Wireless Phone
list price: $399.99 -- our price: $0.01
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Asin: B000816Z50
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The BlackBerry 7100g is the first of its kind-- a fully-featured mobile phone that delivers the power of BlackBerry e-mail. This is one sweet little handset, loaded with all of the cool features you want, like integrated Bluetooth connectivity, speakerphone, and downloadable ringtones. Plus, surf the Web the way it was meant to be surfed with an ultra-large, high-resolution color screen.Read more

Features

  • Large, high-resolution portrait LCD color screen (240 x 260 pixels)
  • Supports Internet e-mail (POP3/IMAP4) with BlackBerry Web client, plus legendary BlackBerry mail system
  • SureType QWERTY keyboard and built-in speakerphone
  • Bluetooth capable; also includes BlackBerry handheld software
  • Quad-band world phone operates on 850/1900 and 900/1800 MHz GSM/GPRS networks

Reviews (25)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Edition
I've used, and enjoyed, the normal form-factor BBs, and at upgrade time I was torn between the 8700 and the 7100g.While the email capabililty is a must, I'd grown tired of talking into what appeared to be a calculator.Besides the bulky ergonomics, I couldn't get past the idea that my voice just couldn't reach the microphone with the older form-factor (7290, etc...).
1-0 out of 5 stars Blackberry 7100
Reception is horrible... Very hard to hear a conversation unless you have the bluetooth...
1-0 out of 5 stars Frustratingly subpar device
Consistently dropped called, extermely poor reception (in areas where other blackberries work perfectly fine), horrendous ear-and-mouth-piece for both listening and speaking into, flawed flawed flawed performance...I mean I can't even use call waiting without dropping both lines. The half-QWERTY keypad is alright but you might want to go for the full keypad...otherwise it beats the purpose of having a blackberry. Address book maintence is poorer than a standard cell phone. I can't short-cut add a number into my addressbook without copying/pasting the number into my address book explictly. Overall...stay away from this piece of junk, wait a couple of months and shell some money for the Motorola Q (the RazorBerry). ... Read more


19. Samsung i730 PDA Phone (Verizon Wireless)
by Verizon Wireless
Wireless Phone
list price: $799.99 -- our price: $299.99
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Asin: B000A6TRRG
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

For people who need power and performance wherever they roam, the Samsung SCH-i730 offers the answer. It's the ultimate business-class device for mobile professionals, plus it has a few groundbreaking entertainment features. A full color display slides down to reveal an integrated QWERTY keypad, while integrated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and EV-DO wireless broadband keep you on the cutting edge of connectivity. Powered by the Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC Phone 2nd Edition operating system and with support for corporate e-mail accounts, this device is designed for maximum efficiency, wherever you are.

Features

  • Choose between your stylus or the handy full QWERTY keyboard
  • Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket PC software works with Pocket Word, Excel, and sends e-mails via Outlook
  • Access the Internet wireless virtually anywhere there's Wi-Fi service
  • Enjoy EVDO with wireless data transfers up to 10 times faster than dial-up
  • Connect your Bluetooth enabled computer, PDA, and headset to exchange information wirelessly

Reviews (26)

5-0 out of 5 stars increadible device
I'll make this real quick.I travel a ton with my laptop glued to me, and this phone (thanks to EVO) is my modem.I'll use it all day as a modem and never get disconnected.The speed is almost as good as DSL, and I'll frequently download 100MB+ files from the internet using the PHONE!It's just increabile as bascially a constant broadband connection to the web.Also great for reading/replying to mail on the fly.Synch is super fast.Not a bad phone either.Sound is excellent and rarely get dropped calls.In fact I did a 4 hour conference call from Oxford Wisconsin (middle of nowhere) recently.Couldn't believe it actually worked there, let alone stayed connected for 4 hours.Speaker phone is great. Downsides are the keys are a little small, speed dial could be a little easier, and the bluetooth has given me some problems (but I never looked into it).Regardless, this is the best device/gadget/whatever I've ever bought -- hands down!My wife absolutely hates it because its now glued to my hand.

3-0 out of 5 stars Has Bluetooth Issues out of the box that can be solved
I am a big fan of the voice dialing software that's on the higher-end Samsungs. I was eligible for an upgrade from my A610 and was looking to get a PDA phone to kill two birds with one stone (my Palm died a few months ago). Because of my work it's inconvenient to have a phone with a camera so the i730 seemed a logical combination of PDA and phone features. It is a Windows machine so I did expect some difficulties (Mac person's perspective). However, my most precious feature, the voice dial, had problems. VoiceSignal software that is used on the i730 was supposed to work like the one on my old A610 by allowing voice dial to be initiated when pushing the button on the headset. With the A610, it was a corded headset, but the i730 with a Bluetooth headset didn't function right (Jabra BT500). Couldn't initiate voice dial with the headset button or do any other functions with it. Couldn't even get sound through the headset! Verizon folks just don't sell enough of these things to have 'experts', even on the phone. Samsung wasn't much better, saying that I should try another bluetooth headset (already tried that). Jabra said it was a problem with the phone and to ignore their own website that said none of the Jabras were compatible with the i730. AARRRGGHHH!!!
2-0 out of 5 stars Great PDA, but a bad phone!!!
I couldn't wait for this phone to come out and then to actually get it after seeing it reviewed at CES last year.I was hoping that it was the answer to the ultimate coverged device.Well it only lives up to it half way.As a PDA, it's hard to beat.It does everything you'd expect of a PDA and the interface is great.Also, you can install lots of helpful software on it to make you more productive.Now the bad part, the phone flat out stinks.I had a Samsung all digital phone on the Verizon service before this one and it was much better.The i730 phone cannot hold a signal for very long.On my hour commute I drop the call on average about 10 times, when before I knew there were one or two spots that I might drop the call due to a weak area.It's not just this physical phone because I had it replaced with a brand new one from Verizon.Same thing, crappy reception and constantly drops calls.To make it worse the phone (or software) turns itself off periodically.You think the phone is on, but when you go to use it you find out it's not working and requires a soft reset.Also, when in this state people are calling and it's going right to v-mail.I asked Verizon about this and no good answers.Finally, after 8 months of frustration I switched to the new Blackberry 8700 on Cingular.WOW!!!The phone is so much better - crystal clear, hardly ever drops a call and I haven't had to reset it once in about 2 months.The interface takes some getting used to but I will never go back to the Samsung i730. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Sam Sung   


20. Nokia E62 Smartphone (Cingular)
by Cingular
Wireless Phone
list price: $599.99 -- our price: $99.99
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Asin: B000JCT8WU
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

BlackBerry lovers, there's a new device on the block, and it packs all the functionality of a quad-band Nokia smartphone into a design that business users have grown to love. The device packs EDGE data capabilities, Bluetooth, a miniSD memory card slot, and support for just about every email protocol you can think of -- including BlackBerry Connect and Goodlink. All this and much more is packed into a thin, sleek, and stylish exterior that's perfect for the discerning professional. The Nokia E62 is the perfect way to take advantage of all that Cingular service has to offer.Read more

Features

  • Attachments viewers and editors support the most common features of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel (Microsoft Office 97, 2000, XP and 2003)
  • Connect to your personal and business email accounts (Supports POP, IMAP(with idle) and SMTP protocols
  • Uncompromising voice quality for crystal clear sound
  • Global coverage supporting four GSM bands
  • One touch access to email for fast and easy access when you need it

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Phone Yes, Data NO!
The E62 is a great phone with many good features such as MP3 ring tones, very detailed phone book...
3-0 out of 5 stars Smart Phone/PDA - not so smart Service provider
[Since I really scoured the web researching the E62 before I got one from Cingular... I owe it to the web/usenet community to post my experiences!] Read more

Subjects:  1. Nakia Nokea   


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