The Sanyo Zio isn't the fanciest Android phone, but it's an ideal beginner smartphone for Cricket customers. It's easy to use and its feature set offers the essentials, though we don't like that it runs Android OS 1.6.
The New Trent Chargepak offers some of my favorite features, including a built-in Micro-USB cord and dual USB outputs.
As Kyocera's first Android handset, and as the manufacturer's first smartphone in six years, the Zio makes the operating system affordable and approachable. Check it out at CTIA 2010 with Kent German.
AMD hopes to be the high-end laptop GPU maker of choice with its new Radeon HD 6000M, AMD's second generation of Microsoft DirectX 11-capable mobile graphics.
A full-featured digital entertainment center, the Fujitsu LifeBook N6210 can handle TV, DVDs, CDs, and virtually any computing task except gaming.
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A fast, long-running road machine with top-notch security, the nc6000 is a good choice for the mobile professional.
Four months after its unveiling at CTIA, Cricket launches a teaser page for the upcoming Zio M6000, Kyocera's first Android phone.
The Kyocera Rio offers Cricket Wireless customers a candy bar design with a touch screen and midrange features.
Cricket's first Android phone, the Sanyo Zio, will go on sale later this month for $229.
CNET editors bring you a closer look at the hottest handsets from CTIA 2010 with hands-on videos. Check out the collection of videos here.