Review: Motorola Q9M
The Q9M supports several Bluetooth profiles. We were able to seamlessly pair regular headsets as well as stereo headphones. We also paired it with our PC and were able to swap several different types of files, including pictures and music and a Word document. Everything worked flawlessly, though sound quality of the music could have been better.
Is has a nifty little app buried in the Accessories folder that lets you make a number of different unit conversions on the fly, such as currencies, weight, temperature, volume and several others.
Because the Q9M is a Windows Mobile Smartphone, it syncs all you calendar, contact and other Outlook information directly to the device and vice versa. Any calendar appointments you make on the Q9M or on your PC are automatically replicated on the other next time you sync. This can be done via USB cable or Bluetooth. It is a bit slow with Bluetooth, though. Adding appointments on the phone is simple and straightforward. The software walks you through it step by step. Each appointment can hold tons of information, including notes, locations, participants and so on.
The Q9M also comes with the full suite of mobile Office applications. From the phone, you can create Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents, as well as view and edit PDF documents. You can also use these programs to open up attachments in emails, make changes, save them, and then re-attach them and send them along their merry way. For those who need to create simple documents when on the go, this is a very powerful feature to have in your back pocket.