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The Sony Ericsson W200a has a simple design. Read full review
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The W200a has a Walkman button and a memory card slot on its left spine. Read full review
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The W200's rear face has a camera lens and a speaker. Read full review
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The W200a feels comfortable in the hand, even if the plastic rear face felt somewhat cheap. Read full review
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The W200a's controls are well-designed. Read full review
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The W200a slips into a pocket or bag with ease. Read full review
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The W200a's camera lacks a flash and a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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