Motorola MPx220

Motorola's MPx220, which runs Microsoft's Windows Mobile Smartphone 2003 Second Edition, has the basic functionality of a Pocket PC in a typical cell phone form factor.

For companies looking to outfit their mobile workers with do-it-all (or mostly all) devices, there are several solid new systems from which to choose.

eWEEK Labs tested three devices that merge wireless phone and handheld computer functionality: Motorola Inc.s MPx220, PalmOne Inc.s Treo 650 and Research In Motion Ltd.s BlackBerry 7100t.

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