Digit-Life reviews the i-Mate Smartphone 2002.
"Smartphones based on the Symbian (Nokia 7650/3650/9210/9210i, SonyEricsson P800), PalmOS (Handspring PDAs, e.g. Treo 600) and WindowsCE (e.g. O2-Smartphone or Qtek 1010) are pretty widespread, but devices working under the real pocket-type OS from Microsoft are not that popular yet and there are not many reviews of them even on the Net (as you know, the WindowsCE was originally written for a usual PDA and only after that was optimized for PCs with integrated GSM/CDMA modules). Today we've got the i-Mate, the first device in the form-factor of an ordinary cell phone that works under the Windows."
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