The Motorola Mpx is built on the MOTOPro™ Innovation Platform and supports a multitude of business applications including Microsoft Outlook e-mail and PIM, Microsoft Word®, Excel® and more. This dual-hinge device opens both lengthways and in landscape mode with a wide screen, full QWERTY keyboard and touch sensitive screen which make sending and receiving movie or video clips via e-mail, MMS, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth® effortless and quick. It has a 2.8-inch, 16-bit color display to provide an impressive 320 x 240 pixels along with 1.3 mega-pixel camera and flash embedded. To leverage the device's ability to download Microsoft Pocket PC® and Java™ applications, games, photos and more, the model MPx comes with a SD/MMC slot supporting up to 1 GB of memory.
Tom Lynch, executive vice president and chief executive officer, Personal Communications Sector, Motorola, Inc says, “The MPx expands the MOTOPro™ portfolio, enabling businesses and mobile professionals to leverage the power of mobility and convergence.”
I can see where was loads of touchscreen phones back in 2004 but only for business people and in very limited edition expensive packages, impressive, to bad didn't become popular :(
nice phone..... how much now?