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v600

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Epson Perfection V600 Photo

For a photographer looking to transfer their analog films and slides to digital format, the V600 provides an affordable and versatile solution.

By 16 November 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating 16 November 2009

Typical price: $549.00

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Sony Ericsson V600i

The v600i is a good jumping in point for 3G telephony, although there are flashier models out there.

By 23 May 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating 23 May 2006

Typical price: $399.00

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Motorola V600 (AT&T)

The Motorola V600 has enough business-centric features and style options to satisfy the needs of most pros on the road.

By 17 March 2004

3.5 stars Editors' rating 17 March 2004

Pricing not available

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'We need a tough solar-powered watch' and more of the best CNET comments

Each week, we round up some of the most thoughtful comments from the CNET community.

By 24 July 2013

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On Call: Mourning Motorola (again)

Many people are upset about HP ditching WebOS, but CNET's Kent German is more distressed that a company like Motorola is bidding farewell to the cell phone.

By 24 August 2011

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Canon updates flatbed photo scanner lineup

Canon updates its CanoScan photo line with a resolution boost and some power-consumption tweaks.

By 5 May 2010

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Utilities Updates: Gimp-Print 5.0.0-beta2; TechTool Pro 4.0.3; Disk Velox 0.3.1; more

Utilities Updates: Gimp-Print 5.0.0-beta2; TechTool Pro 4.0.3; Disk Velox 0.3.1; more

By 27 August 2004

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Motorola banks on new gadgets, features

Following a disappointing holiday season, the communications giant is trying to get back on track with new products and with enhancements to old ones.

By 8 January 2004

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New cell phones aim to entertain

Throughout the year, the world's two leading handset makers, Nokia and Motorola, will be giving wireless phones some specialties like gaming or messaging.

By 9 January 2003

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Motorola phones make surprise debut

The handset maker's crop of phones for 2003 will come in a broad range of colors and technologies, but they share one feature: their public debut was out of the tech giant's control.

By 19 September 2002