The Fujitsu Siemens Pocket LOOX N100 is cute; there's just no other way to describe it. The palm-size device boasts a nice, streamlined design with eye-pleasing curves and an attractive silver-and-white color scheme. Read full review
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The Pocket LOOX N100 keeps it simple with just a 3.5mm headset jack, two small LEDs, and a mini USB port on the left spine. Read full review
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You can switch between landscape and portrait mode, and you'll definitely want to use the included stylus to enter addresses since the onscreen keyboard is tiny. Read full review
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The N100's pocketable design makes it better for cyclists and walkers rather than for drivers. Read full review
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Its small size also means you can easily slip it into your bag when not in use. Read full review
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Fujitsu Siemens packages the Pocket LOOX N100 with a number of accessories, including exchangeable faceplates and a pair of earbuds. Read full review
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The Pocket LOOX N100 also comes with a vehicle mount, but with the smaller screen size, we don't think it's ideal for in-car use. Read full review
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