I'm really not that picky

Naas, Richard
November 2004
Portable Design;Nov2004, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p6
This article presents features of a cellular phone that the author wanted to be integrated in one unit. These are the features he is looking for: a phone that is small enough to carry in the pocket, one that has good coverage areas, a mobile phone that supports Bluetooth technology, and a unit that works seamlessly anywhere in the world.


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