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Motorola ROKR E1 107g Silver

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Included since: 08 Nov 2005
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Long product name Motorola ROKR E1 107g Silver :
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Motorola ROKR E1
Short summary description Motorola ROKR E1 107g Silver:
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Motorola ROKR E1, 176 x 220 pixels, Bluetooth, Silver
Long summary description Motorola ROKR E1 107g Silver :

Motorola ROKR E1. Display resolution: 176 x 220 pixels. Bluetooth. Battery technology: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), Standby time (2G): 210 h. Weight: 107 g. Colour of product: Silver

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Testseek has collected 31 expert reviews for Motorola ROKR E1 and the average expert rating is 55 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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After all the virtual drum-rolling beforehand, with internet speculation and mock-ups of what it might look like, the eventual unveiling of the iTunes phone turned out to be less of a sensation than some had expected. There was much shrugging of shou...
Good First iTunes-branded phone * Links effortlessly with iTunes * Good onboard sound quality...
Bad Slow to copy tracks No over the air downloads from iTunes 100-track limit...
Bottom line In the end, it doesnt quite live up to the considerable hype, but future iTunes phones could be worth waiting for...
Since its unveiling, the Rokr has been criticised for being a 107g slab of disappointment. A resprayed Motorola E398 with iTunes wasn’t exactly what the iPhone fantasists had in mind, and everyone (including Steve Jobs) found solace in the iPod Nano...
Good Speakers are loud enough for hotel room listening. Less chunky and more attractive in the flesh than you’d expect. Good commuting buddy. Twelve hours music-listening from the Li-Ion battery.
Bad iTunes implementation is not done well. Chief annoyance is the 100-song cap (to prevent cannibalising iPod sales), closely followed by the USB 1.1 connection and sluggish movement between menus.
Bottom line Somewhere inside the Rokr, a processor groans as you attempt an iPod-quick flick through the menus...
Much of the apparent disappointment with the long-awaited Motorola ROKR E1 stems from the fact that many consumers were expecting a true iPod Phone. While we feel Motorola have produced a worthwhile standalone phone, this attempted fusion of mobile a...
Does the first mobile phone with iTunes signal the end of traditional MP3 players?more...
Bottom line Its difficult not to be disappointed with the ROKR, which promised so much but delivers relatively little. While the integration with iTunes is an attractive feature, the limited storage space and unavailability of over-the-air downloads makes it litt...
The first phone with iTunes onboard, but its no iPod With rumours of an iPod phone doing the rounds as long as we can remember, it was no surprise when the ROKR finally appeared. But the underwhelming response cant be blamed entirely on hype fatig...
Mobile phones that can play music files have been around for at least three years, but most phones require a third-party application or have very primitive music and playlist support. Motorolas E1 is the first handset to come with a pre-installed v...
What do you get if you cross an iPod with a phone? Weve been waiting excitedly to find out since first hearing about the iPhone, and now we have the answer in this Motorola handset. Unfortunately, the union of the first-class design teams at Motorol...
Good Plays music from iTunes music store...
Bad Horribly slow music transfers, Sluggish menus, Rubbish headphones, 100-song limit...
Bottom line After all the hype, this turned out to be very weak. Not the worst phone ever, but its not worthy of the Apple association either...
If you’ve picked up any technology journal in the last three years that features the word Convergence splashed across the cover, you know that the hunt is on for the do-it-all gadget – a device that makes and takes calls, surfs the web, manage...
Good Decent range; sound quality equal to an iPod; support for multiple playlists.
Bad Dead-slow syncing; poky interface; artificial track limit; reversed stereo channels.
Bottom line As should be apparent, I’m not wowed by the ROKR. It’s not a terrible phone or music player, but it’s not the kind of impressive first effort you expect from a product associated with Apple. With its slow syncing and response, artificial...
Overview IntroductionWhen I say ?Apple?, what do you think of? The fruit? iPod? iBook? iTunes? It?s most probably one of the latter terms in this day and age. Apple have become a household name thanks to the iPod MP3 player. The company is becoming la...
iTunes phone with PDA functions: Apple certainly knows how to do music players, and Motorola has had its moments with handsets. But can the two come together in a music playing handset that cuts the mustard? The two companies clearly think...
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