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Pantech Laser

No, the Pantech Laser does not shoot light beams, but it is AT&T's thinnest slider messaging phone.
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Touch screen

The Pantech Laser has a very nice 3.1-inch OLED display. It's colorful, crisp, and bright.
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Back plate

The Pantech Laser has a textured back surface that results in a nice grip in the hand.
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Slim

The Pantech Laser is indeed a very skinny phone at only 0.39 inch thick.
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Camera

The Pantech Laser has a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back.
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Keyboard

The Pantech Laser has a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
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Feel of the keys

While the Pantech Laser's keyboard may be a bit flat, the keys are raised and separated enough that we found it easy to use.
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Fits in the hand

The Pantech Laser fits nicely in the palm of the hand.
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