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Motorola ROKR E2

Motorola ROKR E2

With its new ROKR music phone, Motorola is ditching iTunes in favor of its new iRadio service, which offers hundreds of commercial-free stations for $7 a month. We're kind of happy about iTunes being dropped — the first ROKR wasn't exactly the greatest phone/MP3 player hybrid around. In addition to being the first phone to support iRadio, the ROKR E2 ($230) features Bluetooth, USB 2.0, dedicated music controls, a standard 3.5mm stereo headset jack and up to 2GB of storage on an SD card. The E2 also sports a 1.3 megapixel camera, video capture and playback, and a built in FM radio.

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