For a photographer looking to transfer their analog films and slides to digital format, the V600 provides an affordable and versatile solution.
Typical price: $549.00
The v600i is a good jumping in point for 3G telephony, although there are flashier models out there.
Typical price: $399.00
The Motorola V600 has enough business-centric features and style options to satisfy the needs of most pros on the road.
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