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PDAs

Sidekick 3

The Sidekick 3 Blog has the first official Sidekick 3 marketing shot posted on the site.

This is the highest resolution picture yet of the Sidekick 3 or SK3 or Sidekick III or whatever you want to call it. Look closely, the picture shows the little details of the four navigation buttons on all corners of the Sidekick 3. It also shows the USB port and gives a better look at the finish and the keyboard. It’s getting close people.

It sure looks sweet. If the rumors are true, hold off getting a new phone for at least a few months longer.

Via Gizmodo.

TØRQ N100 GPS Navigation

by FreshEffect on April 27, 2006

TORQ N100 GPS Navigation

With a small and sleek frame, the TØRQ N100 from Sound Solutions has the features of a PDA, phone, and GPS device all in one. The N100 features a 2.8 inch touch screen that show you where your destination is, duration, and what roads to not to take. As well as traffic alerts via Traffic Messege Channel. Other features include a 1.3-megapixel camera and Pocket PC software. The phone is dropping in the U.S next month, but no word on pricing just yet. Via Sci Fi Tech.

02 XDA IQ Wi-Fi SmartPhone

by Alexander on April 18, 2006

02 XDA IQ Wi-Fi SmartPhone
We’ve shown you some great PDA/Phone combos, but 02’s may be the most versatile yet. This 02 XDA IQ Wi-Fi SmartPhone runs on the vry handy Windows Mobile 5.0 and comes equipped with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, infrared, a 1.3-megapixel camera, a mini SD slot, quad-band, GPRS, and EDGE. The “drawback” is that the screen only displays 64,000 colors, but will you really notice? No word on price and availability yet. Info via MobileWhack.

Review: Blackberry 8700g

by FreshEffect on April 17, 2006

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After being released overseas first, the Blackberry 8700g is now available in the U.S. With easy to set-up email system, Yahoo, ICQ, AOL, MSN and Google Talk who wouldn’t want this sleek looking phone? Other features include SMS and multimedia messaging. Get this Blackberry 8700g from T-Mobile, for $399—or $299 after a $50 instant rebate and $50 mail-in rebate. For full details visit T-Mobile. Via Gizmodo.

Mio A701 GPS PDA Phone

by Alexander on April 13, 2006

Mio A701 GPS PDA Phone
The Mio A701 Phone comes with GPS, a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, an SD slot, 128 MB ROM memory, 64 MB RAM memory, USB port, and handwriting recognition. This all the while being a PDA that runs on Windows Mobile 5.0. It’ll run you about £390 ($680 US). Info via Red Ferret.