The slim and light design of the MDA Mail makes it perfect for business executives looking for a pocket-sized email solution to help them make the most of their time away from their desks.
The compact QWERTY keyboard is easy to use whether writing an email or composing a text and the screen makes viewing webpages easy and effortless. The device also has a 1.3 mega-pixel camera.
Users can also purchase CoPilot Live 6 for the MDA Mail from T-Mobile stores – ensuring business professionals on the move can successfully navigate their way around
The MDA Mail also hosts a variety of multi-media features to keep you entertained on the move too. The built-in Windows Media Player and Stereo Bluetooth connection, allows users mobile access to store and listen to their music and favourite video clips.
America have had it for a while as the Dash, and Germany have had it in it’s European form for a few weeks. The MDA Mail starts life as the HTC Excalibur. but strangely enough doesn’t include WiFi.
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