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Type away on the LG F9100
January 7, 2005; 5:15 p.m.
The F9100 uses GSM technology and offers support for GPRS data speeds. Its features include:
The overall design is a bit boxy, but the color screen is a nice touch. With such a limited feature set--it has no Bluetooth or speakerphone--the F9100 isn't very business-friendly, but it should be right for teens. The lack of a camera, however, may be a liability for the younger set.
By Kent German, associate editor, CNET Reviews
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