T-Mobile launches a stripped down Sidekick messaging phone dubbed Sidekick iD.
The Sidekick iD does not feature MP3 playback, a digital camera, Bluetooth, or an expansion card slot. With a 2 year contract the Sidekick iD sells for $99.
Laptop Mag already gave the new Sidekick a spin and published a review.
Quote from the review:
" At $99, the Sidekick iD does seem worth it for cash-strapped heavy messengers. The features T-Mobile did manage to cram in work adequately, but the lack of multimedia perks and EDGE data will probably turn off a lot of prospective buyers. If you really need the street-cred, though, we'd advise saving up for the Sidekick 3. "
Read the full review on Laptop Mag.
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