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5.7 out of 10

Sanyo PRO-700

Rugged Design - Adheres to Military Standard 810F for dust, sh Read more

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Overall 7

Sanyo Pro-700 (Sprint)

18 June 2008
  • Summary: The Sanyo Pro-700 is a good push-to-talk phone with a ruggedized exterior.
  • Pros: The Sanyo Pro-700 has a rugged military-spec exterior and works with Nextel's Direct Connect push-to-talk network. It also has built-in GPS, Bluetooth, and great performance.
  • Cons: The Sanyo Pro-700 is rather bulky with a lackluster display.
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Overall 8

Sanyo PRO-700 Review

Phone Arena
17 June 2008
  • Conclusion: The Sanyo PRO-700 does what it sets out to do, and does it well. Some Nextel customers will opt for the prettier LX400, but for those users accustomed to beating up their phones we think the 700 will be the device of choice. It strikes a great balance between form and function, offering a much better in-hand feel than any iDEN phone yet still being reassuringly rugged.
  • Pros: Good PTT performance, High-quality, comfortable design, Rev. A data, Lots of customization
  • Cons: Battery fell short of advertised, but is still good enough, Small display
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Overall 8

Sanyo PRO 700

PC Magazine
17 June 2008
  • Conclusion: The Sanyo PRO 700 is the first of a new generation of rugged push-to-talk phones for former Nextel devotees, or anyone else who enjoys that oh-so-familiar chirp.
  • Pros: Rugged. Great speakerphone. Works like a Nextel handset.
  • Cons: Poor voice dialing.
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Overall 4

Sanyo PRO-700

19 June 2008
  • Excerpt: The Sanyo Pro 700 is a rugged flip phone that merges a military-spec exterior (able to withstand dust, shock and vibration), with useful technology, including a built-in GPS transceiver, Bluetooth and excellent call clarity. People who work in the field will appreciate the durable, raised, rubberized alphanumeric buttons, the large, external time display, and the easy-grip feel resulting from the quality build materials used to create what is largely a Sanyo Pro 200 on...
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