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The NEC N908 may look like an MP3 player or a PDA from the front, but it's really a cell phone. No keypad means all input has to be done via the large touch-screen.
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The NEC N908 is a really thin phone.
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The NEC N908 is so small and compact that it fits nicely in the hand.
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Using a stylus takes a little getting used to, especially when typing out text messages.
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The NEC N908 is so compact, it will fit in the smallest of purses.
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Due to the lack of a keypad, you have to dial numbers via the touch-screen.
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The NEC N908 has a 1.3-megapixel camera lens located on the back.
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