Nokia 3250

Put perfection to your ear… Nokia’s latest phone-cum-multimedia invention is pretty funky. The keypad swivels around on a hinge, and on the other face is the MP3 player controls, so you can control the music playing easily rather than use the soft controls often found on most phones today. And if you turn it halfway, 

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O2 XDA IIs Black

Excellent connectivity, roomy memory and features galore! Sometimes you have to wait a year to see if some new toy is actually worth it. O2’s latest PDA/phone-hybrid, the Xda IIs, has proven it’s mettle, with a slide keyboard, Wi-Fi, a quad-band antenna and better battery life than its predecessor. A true jack-of-all-trades, the O2 XDA 

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Nokia 3210

When I worked in LA a few years ago I was V.P. of a Wilshire Boulevard public relations and marketing firm. Along with the position came the hardware so others could remain in touch with me. Regrettably I had a text capable pager and mobile phone. I absolutely hated being accessible at all times and 

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Motorola Razr Z

Read and weep. Or rather, look and weep, especially all you fans of the sliding mobile phone, first made popular by Siemens and LG. Motorola has, in line with its existing aim of taking back the thinnest phone fight from NEC, created the world’s thinnest slider phone, at only 14.8mm thick. It’s the Motorola Razr 

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Charge2Go

How many times have you found yourself with a dying cell phone and no power outlet in sight? Never again with Charge2Go!, an ingenious invention that allows you to charge your phone anywhere with a standard AA battery. The $25 Charge2Go comes in a variety of colors and arrives packaged with enough conversion cables to 

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