Hiptop II Approved by FCC
Jun 24, 2004, 10:58 AM by (staff)
The successor to the popular Hiptop device by Danger recently received FCC approval, resulting in the public disclosure of previously-elusive photos of the device. The company first revealed the new device at 3GSM in February, but witheld photos pending announcement of a new manufacturing partner. The current Hiptop is marketed by T-Mobile USA as the Sidekick. The new version is significantly thinner, and sports a VGA camera with flash, and improved navigation controls.
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one word: FUGLY
retro is in...
any ideas on release dates?
One thing I will say though is their marketing deserve top marks. The managed to get the Hip-Hop stars to start using it in their videos which caused a ton of ppl to buy it (I almost always asked why the customer purchased the device and 1 out of 3 ppl said it was because it was cool and they...
Flush Folding Screen?
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Check out my hands-on report from 3GSM back in February. Just click the "More info..." link.