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O2’s longstanding Xda line includes a range of Windows Mobile-based devices. But the Xda Venn adds something new, as it's the first 'dual slider' Xda smartphone.
The Xda Zest is O2's first Windows Mobile smartphone to be offered on Pay & Go as well as Pay Monthly.
The Xda Orbit 2 combines a strong set of features with good battery life. The HTC TouchFLO system may not suit everyone, but if you disapprove, you can simply ignore it.
O2's Argon has definite appeal as an upgrade to the Xda IIi , but more up-to-date features like Windows Mobile 6, 3G and perhaps even GPS would have been nice.
T-Mobile's latest connected handheld is the first from a UK network operator with a built-in GPS receiver. The lack of Wi-Fi is a major drawback, however; we'd also like to see the wide-area connectivity upgraded from GPRS to 3G.
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An incremental upgrade to the Atom, the Atom Exec is an incredibly feature-rich, well-designed smartphone.
O2's Xda IQ is a generally straightforward Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphone with one outstanding feature -- integrated Wi-Fi connectivity.
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It has Wi-Fi, a 2-megapixel camera and runs on Windows Mobile 5.0, yet shares the same dimensions as the Xda II Mini. Find out what the hype on the Xda Atom is all about.
Another HTC Universal-based Pocket PC/phone with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G support, i-mate's JASJAR is available without an operator contract and could appeal to users with existing GPRS or 3G SIMs who are attracted by its flexible clamshell design.
Like O2's very similar Xda Exec, the Orange SPV M5000 combines 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a swivelling landscape/portrait VGA screen and a QWERTY keyboard in one device.
If the PDA is dead, does that make the O2 Xda Exec a zombie?
The Xda Exec is large for a handheld, but it delivers the latest in mobile voice and data functionality, including Windows Mobile 5.0 and 3G, in a flexible hardware design.
Although its battery life could be better, i-mate's PDA2 is a well-specified SIM-free Pocket PC/phone that's VoIP-ready out of the box.
We like O2's upgraded xda IIi handheld/phone combo as much as we liked the xda II -- which is to say, a lot.
The MDA III is a well-featured GPRS handheld, with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi built in, and a slide-out thumb keyboard. The extras offered by T-Mobile have some appeal to business users.
Following the recent launch of the Xda IIs and Xphone II and a lot of speculative buzz over the II mini, O2 today finally unveiled its latest and smallest PDA-phone to date.
O2's latest PDA/phone-hybrid, the Xda IIs, adds a slide keyboard, Wi-Fi, a quad-band antenna and improved battery life to its predecessor.
O2 has unveiled two new devices that aim to build on the success of the popular xda II handheld/mobile phone.
This compact Pocket PC/mobile phone combo features a Sony Ericsson P900-style removable number pad, is available SIM-free, and delivers outstanding battery life. Shame it's so expensive.
The xda II features a tri-band GSM/GPRS phone, a VGA-resolution digital camera and Bluetooth built in, along with 128MB of RAM, an SDIO-compatible card slot and an improved screen. This makes it one of the best handheld/mobile phone combos around.
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