The HTC Touch Pro 2 is now available from T-Mobile. We played with the original HTC device in February at Mobile World Congress and we expect this Touch Pro to be very similar. Overall, HTC has improved on their user interface quite a bit, and they also made the keyboard better, when compared to the original Touch Pro (it was too flat then). As usual, the display is great but the pricing seems a bit out of whack. $350 with a two year contract is hardly consumer friendly – but of course, you should take a look at the total cost of ownership, which includes 24 months of contract + taxes + activation fees.
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