Review: HP Veer 4G
HP's Veer 4G for AT&T attempts to set the bar for how small and feature-rich a smartphone can be. It sets bars, all right, but are they the right ones?
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The HP Veer 4G is a new webOS device for AT&T that attempts to redefine just how small phones can be. If tiny is your priority, then perhaps the Veer is for you. The real question is, should power users steer clear, or should they veer in the Veer's direction?
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HP Veer Landing On AT&T
AT&T today announced that it will offer the HP Veer 4G starting on May 15. The Veer is the smallest webOS smartphone from HP (Palm) to date, touted as being the size of a credit card and no thicker than a deck of cards.
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I was told I can drive to a conference about 2 hours away from where I live and get this phone for free ... I decided not to.
Seriously, it's a cute idea of a phone for the Smaller-is-better crowd (aka 13 year old girls) ... but it's not worth the extra 25 bucks minimum 2GB data. To put it a different way, I would have trouble selling this as a quick messaging or prepaid phone for $99.