T-Mobile PocketPC Phone Plays Flash

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Date: Friday, August 2nd, 2002, 13:00
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 WIDTH=Check out my new phone – the Pocket PC Phone Edition from T-Mobile. With apps like PocketMac and using Compact Flash (CF), USB>CF adapter, PC cards it works great with my iMac.

Go to the VoiceStream/ T-Mobile store and try it out, really. Okay, here’s what I like about it–I guess read this and then just go look at the pics. It’s tiny, as in my jeans pocket / shirt pocket skinny. I can lock the buttons, it can be loud or it can vibrate. It’s a high speed wireless device (GPRS) it’s also a GSM phone. I use MSN Messenger, get mail, SMS, browse any site I want to, I play Macromedia Flash, I watch high quality movies on my phone, that’s right, my p-h-o-n-e. The battery life rocks, rocks like 150 hours standby and 4+ hours of talk (so far). I’ve got a 128 MB SD card to play all the cool films from bmwfilms.com. I’ve also got tons of ebooks (reading some physics stuff right now) I’ve got loads of mp3s (listening to some hip hop right now, aw yeah) and more stuff like photos and games. I can use any (sound) .wav file as ring tone. It’s a great speakerphone, and the headset it comes with is sweet. Let’s see, what else? Well, there are tons–check out the pics, nuff’ said.

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