While Mac users were paying attention to Macworld Expo, the rest of the tech world was drawn to the Consumer Electronics Show. Some major announcements were made at CES, including Palm’s introduction of the Pre mobile phone.
Macworld's sister publication, PC World, took a look at the Pre smart phone. PC World also looks at a couple of other interesting mobile phones, including a Dick Tracy-esque wristphone from LG, and Motorola’s entry into the touchscreen smart phone arena.
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For more information about the Pre, visit the Pro product page on Palm’s Web site. You can also check out the following links:
- CES: New Palm Pre smart phone features touch screen, physical keyboard
- Palm Pre vs. Apple iPhone: How they stack up
- Palm Pre browser based on WebKit
We’ll have an in-depth review of the Pre once it is available.
It looks like LG’s LG-GD910 mobile wrist phone isn’t on LG’s Web site yet. Here’s a LG press release with specifications about the LG-GD910.
Visit Motorola’s Motosurf A3100 product page for more information about Motorola’s first touchscreen phone.
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This story, "Palm’s Pre and other CES mobile phones" was originally published by PCWorld.