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    Sony Ericsson T300
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: February 19th, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 9/10
    Bottom Line: The Sony Ericsson T300 Cell Phone is inexpensive, its small, has lots of features including color screen, GPRS and plays polyphonic ringtones. Is it a bargain? Read on to find out in our official review....

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    As I said before, the keys on the phone are very hard to press, and require a lot of force. On top of that, they are fairly small. Since I have small hands that is not a issue for me, but for people with big hands, this may be a serious problem.

    Audio quality was excellent from both sides. I could hear my party well, and they could hear me just fine, even in loud-noise situations, such as a mall. My only concern is that, like the T68, the maximum volume on the phone is just not loud enough, so it may be difficult for some people to hear.

    Battery time was fairly good on this phone, and excellent for any color phone, due to the digital clock screensaver. I got about 5 hours of talk time, and around 6 days of standby time, and that is with a lot of playing games and surfing the internet, about an hourís worth.

    As I said earlier, the phone features an infrared connection to connect to your PC to install new things on your phone, as well as to use as a modem for your laptop/PocketPC. Despite my attempts to connect my phone to my laptop to add a wallpaper, I failed. My computer would not recognize the T300. I did not test the phone for use as a modem, but if you are planning to use this feature often, I recommend going with the T68/T68i with Bluetooth connectivity.

    Sony Ericsson throws in a free hands-free set, but Iím not sure if this is only through T-Mobile, since the higher T68 model did not have one included. Nevertheless, the hands free set performed very well, and I could hear the party, and they could hear me. It also had a convenient button on it to end calls.

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