T-Mobile SDA (HTC Tornado) review
The SDA comes with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi (802.11b), IR and GPRS/EDGE connectivity. Given that T-Mobile has more then 7,000 HotSpot (Wi-Fi) locations in the US located at most Starbucks, Border Books & Music stores, FedEx Kinko's, Hyatt Hotels, and many airprts, fast Internet browsing and e-mailing is just a little bit easier. Of course, you are not restricted to only those the phone can connect to public hotspots or your own networkt. If you are not in the vicinity of any of those, the SDA features EDGE high speed data, which allowed in our tests download speeds in excess of 100 kbps (about 10kb per second) when the phone was used as a PC modem over USB. Of course, you need to have the appropriate data plan, which right now costs 29.95 for unlimited Wi-Fi and EDGE usage.
On the top of those the SDA is a quad-band GSM and it is usable anywhere in the world as long as there is a GSM network available.
Browse the Internet, transfer files to another device, get your e-mails using any one of the above technologies, it is all easily accomplished with style.