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The Moto Q is a mobile phone built on the Razr design that features a QWERTY keyboard, e-mail and voice mail, running on the Windows Mobile 5.0 platform. It's 11.5 millimeters thick and has a five-way navigation button and thumb wheel, along with stereo speakers.
Motorola and Oakley have introduced eyewear that offers wireless, hands-free connections to Bluetooth-enabled devices. The gadgetry will be available in early August.
The Motorola Ojo is a personal video phone that allows video mail that offers high-quality video and synchronized audio. Users can record a video greeting for incoming calls, and callers can leave a video message.
Equipped with a sliding keyboard, the Motorola A732 enables users to write characters with their fingers and send the handwritten notes as text messages. The device also learns each user's writing style and supports basic gesture commands for editing and switching between languages. The A732 is expected to be available in the third quarter of 2005.
The Motorola A728 phone offers features such as intelligent handwriting, speech-recognition dialing, a "Power Word" dictionary and Yahoo Messenger. The phone should be available in the third quarter of 2005.
The A910 series offers Wi-Fi connectivity so that users can roam between GSM, GPRS and wireless local area networks. This device is expected to be available in early 2006.