Review: Palm Pixi
The Palm Pixi swoops into stores just in time for the holidays. Was Palm able to give the Pixi a magic touch, or does it need another dose of pixie dust to really take off?
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Did you love the Centro, Palm's other teensie-weensie messaging phone? If so, you're exactly the type of person Palm and Sprint hope will decide to pick up the Pixi. Why? Because it's petite, powerful, and a pretty good looking phone. This dainty gadget is Palm's leap into the mid-market.
Hands On: Palm Pixi
Phone Scoop takes Palm's new Pixi webOS phone for a whirl. The Pixi earns high marks for its small footprint and usable operating system, but Palm had to make too many compromises on certain features.
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I've used this.. nice phone!