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The Samsung Droid Charge for Verizon offers a nice AMOLED display and fast LTE downloads, but you'll have to deal with iffy battery life, a cluttered UI, and a clunky design.
The Commando brings Android to the outdoors in a sleek, yet rugged phone, but its unresponsive touchscreen makes it frustrating to use.
Casio's Tryx camera has a unique, shape-shifting body that and can be twisted into a number of shapes to aid with different shooting situations. The edges of the camera turn into a 360-degree rotating frame that can support the camera like a kickstand or be used as a grip for both left-handed and right-handed shooters.
The LTE speeds dazzle, the AMOLED display shines, and you get a free mobile hotspot at least for a little while. What’s not to like? Well, the battery life disappoints, but that may not be enough to spoil the fun.
This Android 3.0 tablet’s versatility and multimedia power are strengths; however, its display is foremost among the issues that hold it back.
Get a peek at the fresh-looking interface of RIM's highly anticipated first tablet, the BlackBerry PlayBook.
The Echo attempts a bold design innovation, unfortunately the phone’s two screens don’t work together well enough to create something greater than the sum of the parts.