i-mate Ultimate 8150 Review

The models from i-mate’s Ultimate series fall in the group of the old devices, targeting the prosumers. In this review we will discuss 8150, which is a brother of 6150 with the main difference being the presence of a hardware keyboard in the first one. The key feature of these two phones is to enable you to connect to a monitor/projector and have PowerPoint presentations without the need of a laptop or a PC. This is made possible by the VGA cable slot ...
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I bought the IMate for a ton of money and sold it for nothing within because a few months because this is a total failure. The middle esatern owners will be sorely disappointed by what they have created. The phone is unstable, very slow, if you drop it, it is done, has poor reception, etc. Together with its heavy weight and ugly looks, there are NO redeeming qualities. Do not buy this piece of junk.
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