Cingular 8125 ($300) for the last month or so and have been surprisingly happy with it. After our fallout with the Treo 650, we didn’t think we’d ever care for another all-in-one device, but the 8125 made us wish we could keep the loaner unit a little longer. After accessing the web with a real browser, managing calendars with ease, using the 1.3 megapixel camera, and taking advantage of built-in Wi-Fi and the sliding keyboard, our Moto RAZR just seemed so boring.
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