Yes, it's hard to believe, but CES has brought out the second incarnation of the Motorola ROKR phone, the ROKR E2. It's based on a Linux OS and of course comes loaded with a MP3 player that's compatible with a bunch of different audio formats. A USB 2.0 connection gives you fast transfer rates and you'll be able to drag-and-drop your music from your PC directly to the phone. Has up to 2GB of optional removable SD mass memory, a built-in FM radio, dedicated music keys on the handset s side and front, as well as play/pause, skip backward/forward, and hold. Oh, and don't forget the "airplane" mode which lets you listen to your tunes while in the air. Other features include a 1.3 megapixel camera for pictures, video capture and playback and SCREEN3 technology for zero-click access to news, sports and entertainment content. The best we can do for availability is sometime in the first half of next year. No price set as of now.
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