TORQ isn’t exactly the first name you would think of when it comes to a Windows Mobile device, but it is always nice to see other manufacturers entering the game just in case the big boys sit on their laurels. The TORQ P175 is powered by an Intel 520MHz Bulverde processor, 128MB ROM, 64MB RAM, a 2.7″ QVGA display, and a tri-band EDGE radio. It will run on Windows Mobile Pocket PC 5.0 and comes with the supposed price tag between $250 and $300, markedly lower that other comparable devices. For further information, head on here. Are you willing to give lesser known brands a chance over more established names? Are there any examples where you picked up a much cheaper alternative and came out happier?
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