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The Android operating system is one of the most popular and up-to-date OS used today. It's most popular among mobile manufacturers and the software can be found in phones made many of the big players including LG, Motorola and Sony. Android is used in other devices like tablets, netbooks and smartwatches, just to name a few. However, despite its growing popularity, the overall use of the Android OS still pales in comparison to Apple's iOS.

Like most of the other motorola dp4800 software models these days, the V360 has Bluetooth compatibility (so you can connect things like a wireless headset or even a wireless printer).

And here's the point: what happened to Kodak, motorola two way radio, and Blockbuster? Accelerating linear change happened: digital cameras, digital cell phones, streaming online video. They treated them as soft trends and paid the price of the mistake. Who saw those changes as the hard trends they were? Canon, Apple, and Netflix.

I personally own a smart phone and I'm not saying they're no good. The truth is there are many good reasons to own one of these phones. I like to stay connected and a smart phone is one of the best ways to do it. I use my phone constantly, checking emails between meetings, surfing the web while waiting to be seated at my favorite restaurant, and even using my phone's GPS function to get to the restaurant. However, I didn't get a smart phone until recently, I really didn't think I needed a smart phone until I started my company, my internet store for cell phone accessories. A smart phone became a necessity so I could stay connected online to make sure my motorola solutions customers received prompt responses.

Thanks to its price, the Transformer is the cheapest tablet available with Honeycomb on it and it's also cheaper by $100 than Apple's iPad 2. Thanks to the keyboard dock which costs an extra you can turn this motorola mobility tablet into a laptop which you can attach a mouse to as well. The combination of the cheap price, the keyboard dock and the very good screen makes the Eee Pad Transformer a great choice for anyone looking for a tablet these days.

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