The Good Slim and lightweight; fast performance.
The Bad Bare-bones software bundle; narrow vertical viewing angles; cramped cradle.
The Bottom Line The Razor Zayo A600 is a fast and slim Pocket PC, but a couple of small issues keep it from being ideal.
Razor Zayo A600 Pocket PC
Remember those Razor scooters that took the country by storm a couple of years back? Well, after dabbling in Big Wheels and pogo sticks, the scooter manufacturer has teamed up with Asus and Zayo Technologies to develop a slick and zippy Pocket PC, the $550 (list) Razor Zayo A600. With a 65,000-color screen, 64MB of RAM, and a 400MHz XScale processor, the slim, lightweight Zayo gives the competition a run for its money, but it does have a few drawbacks. Once the Zayo A600 is out of the box, the first thing that you'll notice about it is the compact, silvery styling and nice, slim design. The unit measures 4.9 by 2.9 by 0.5 inches and weighs only 4.9 ounces, which puts it in the same weight class as the Toshiba e310. Even though the Zayo A600 is a bit smaller than the Toshiba, it still has room for a 3.5-inch, color display and a Secure Digital (SD) slot on top of the unit.