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CES 2009: Live Report

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Motorola MOTOSURF A3100

Surf A3100
Surf A3100
Surf A3100
Surf A3100
Surf A3100
Surf A3100

Surf A3100


CES 2009: Live Report
Motorola MOTOSURF A3100 Hands-on:


MOTOJEWEL

CES 2009: Live Report
CES 2009: Live Report

MOTOJEWEL
MOTOJEWEL
MOTOJEWEL

MOTOJEWEL



W233 Renew

The first idea that comes to mind when you look at the Renew is that it is the most boring phone ever. This is just another ultra-budget low class phone, its features are identical to the low-class phones from last year but it packs Bluetooth. The color display is coyote ugly, the keypad is fine for a couple of text messages and that's all. Its key feature is the materials it is made out of - no, there's no carbon fiber, genuine leather or some fancy metal, but its plastic is from recycled bottles, so it is an eco-friendly piece of technology. In addition, Moto says they've optimized the size of the shipping box to further reduce the environmental damage.


W233 Renew
W233 Renew
W233 Renew
W233 Renew

W233 Renew



AURA

AURA
AURA
AURA
AURA
AURA
AURA
AURA
AURA
AURA

AURA



Tundra VA76r

The Tundra screams "Sprint!" but will spread rugged love to AT&T users. The PTT clamshell is designed to withstand rough treatment, and it does feel that it would. Its built is solid, the flip mechanism is smooth and the keys are comfortable to use. It cannot slim in the fish-globe as did the Boulder, but promises top-notch sound quality even in noisy environment, thanks to Motorola's Crystal Talk+ technology. Motorola rep demonstrated it going into a booth with loud music and it really worked. A unique feature that only the Tundra offers is that its ringing sound will increase if it's noisy around you, making sure you will not miss a call. We're anxious to test it out.

VA76r
VA76r
VA76r
VA76r
VA76r
VA76r

VA76r



Motorola Tundra VA76r Hands-on:


ROKR EM28

ROKR EM28
ROKR EM28
ROKR EM28

ROKR EM28



ROKR EM35

ROKR EM35
ROKR EM35
ROKR EM35

ROKR EM35



ROKR EM30

ROKR EM30
ROKR EM30
ROKR EM30
ROKR EM30
ROKR EM30
ROKR EM30

ROKR EM30



ROKR EM325

CES 2009: Live Report
CES 2009: Live Report
CES 2009: Live Report

ROKR EM325
ROKR EM325
ROKR EM325

ROKR EM325




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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42

1. darthvegas (Posts: 17; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)


I'll take one. And I guess I'll need one of those Touchstone wireless chargers as well.

posted on 21 May 2009, 13:13

2. zzyxer (Posts: 1; Member since: 21 May 2009)


this is a good article! im sorry, but it definitely needs to be cleaned up--serious grammatical errors and poor syntax plague the entire page.

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