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Ruggedized PTT-capable handsets that have QWERTY keyboards are few and far between. It's because of their scarcity that Motorola cooked up the i886, a new sideways slider that offers protection against daily abuse and a full physical keyboard for easier messaging tasks. Does this combination really make for the killer device some users want? Phone Scoop finds out.
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