Motorola PEBL Review

Posted: Mar 12 2006, 3:17am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:18pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

Motorola PEBL Review
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Our partners at Designtechnica review for you a pebble – oh, sorry the PEBL from Motorola.

"For a product as utilitarian as a cell phone, care should always be taken when inserting a gimmick that could limit functionality. To be sure, the smooth rubberized PEBL feels like no other handset -- the TV commercial in which the phone is meta-morphed from meteorite to river-worn rock, captures the feel of the phone. And once mastered the PEBL's geek-cool sliding cover that pops up when slid down and disengaged from its magnetic hold is kind of addictive.
But all this cell style belies the bland cell phone underneath -- plain old GPRS, not EDGE, network compatibility; VGA instead of mega pixel digital camera with no flash; a narrow monochrome instead of square color exterior display. The PEBL performed well, but so do many other far less expensive, admittedly less attractive T-Mobile models. "
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