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04. 10. 2006

Bluetooth Enabled Text


Have you settled for the sleek sexiness of a tiny phone for everyday, like the Blade or the RAZR, but miss the full QWERTY keyboard for those occasional text-heavy days? Your wish is Motorola's command. Coming soon... The Motorola TXTR D7. It's an add-on for your Bluetooth enabled phone that lets your fingers fly during those SMS-heavy moments. Motorola gets an A+ in my book for this one!

Posted by Brian    Category: devices
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Sigh... I first got excited about this after hearing about it in late 2005 - but 5 months later, it still doesn't seem to be any closer to becoming a real product that you can actually buy (the link points to Motorola in Norway, but the Textr isn't listed in the USA or Australia).

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