Nokia 6100

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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The Nokia 6100 is designed to fit snugly in the palm of your hand. Its sleek curves and keypad configuration are designed for ease of use, but that doesn't mean your 6100 won't look great as well. Have you ever seen someone whip out an unwieldy all-in-one PDA that's bigger than the laptop that he or she is carrying? The sight can border on the absurd.

The Nokia 6100 is styled for users on the go. Its lightweight design and compact build make it easy to store in a coat or shirt pocket without compromising your otherwise fantastic fashion sense, while its four-way scroller makes navigating your 6100 a breeze. When you're flying from one appointment to the next, the last thing you need is to be slowed down by clumsy or overly complex design.

The Tech Features of Your Nokia 6100

The 6100 is ideal for--to put it politely--the scatterbrained user. Schedules and calendar functions are simple to use, while the "content copier" lets you back up your critical contacts and other files. You can also take advantage of Nokia's "PC sync" feature, which coordinated your desktop or laptop's files with those on your mobile phone.

And like most GSM phones on the market, the 6100 exploits the latest triband technology to offer you clearer sound and less line noise. If you're going to invest in a GSM cell phone, it's worth spending a little extra to become a part of an unlocked network, which ultimately lowers your bills thanks to universally low rates. And that, of course, frees you up to buy even better games for those down moments when you're left alone with nothing but your Nokia and a lot of spare time.


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