Pardon me, have I seen you somewhere before?
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Though it's smaller and more clunky than the iPhone, the Duet W002 takes many cues from Apple's device--even down to the menu icons.
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On the upside--it's really the only upside--the Duet W002 has two SIM card slots.
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The Duet W002's virtual keyboard is way too small.
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The Duet W002's volume rocker sits on its left spine.
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From behind you might think that the Duet W002 is a camera.
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The Duet W002 has a 2.5mm headset jack and a proprietary charger port on its top end.
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The Duet W002 has a long extendable antenna for its analog TV feature.
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The Duet's camera offers a flash, but picture quality is poor.
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The compact Duet W002 travels well.
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