Review: Pantech Ease
Jul 8, 2010, 4:10 PM by Philip Berne
The Pantech Ease is a simple messaging device with an interface and features that are easier to use for an older audience.
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Is It Your Type?
While AT&T offers plenty of quick messaging phones - feature phones with full QWERTY keyboards - the Pantech Ease tries to make things even simpler. Aimed at both older and much younger audiences who aren't interested in complex features and interface design, the Ease gives users a touchscreen experience with a full range of features hidden under larger icon buttons and easy-to-read text.
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The concept is GENIUS
first thing the old fart is gonna say...
what the hell are all those little buttons?
Whoa! I'm not there, yet. Give me about 20 yrs.