Heard on Grey's Anatomy: "Scpl please"

Summary:What has four letters than end in "r," is thinner than a Slvr (or a Razr), and can be used for a frontal lobotomy by Dr. McDreamy on Grey's Anatomy?

What has four letters than end in "r," is thinner than a Slvr (or a Razr), and can be used for a frontal lobotomy by Dr. McDreamy on Grey's Anatomy?

A Scpl.

Pronounced "scalpel," Scpl is the name of a handset that Motorola plans to launch in 2007 that's thinner than the Slvr (pronounced "sliver", pictured below left)  -- Motorola's thinnest handset to date.  Also in the  four letter line of phones is the Pebl (pictured below right).   Any guesses as to what comes next?  Spk (pronounced "spek")?  Mcle? ("Molecule"). 

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Photos courtesy of CNET Asia and CNET UK. 

Topics: Mobility

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