T-Mobile Sidekick I / Danger Hiptop 1

T-Mobile Sidekick I / Danger Hiptop 1
The Hiptop / Sidekick is a gray, slightly rounded rectangle just small enough to fit in the palm of an average-sized hand. On the front of the device is an LCD screen that rotates 180 degrees to reveal a full QWERTY keyboard underneath. On the left side of the front are two large rectangular buttons (“menu” and “jump”); between these is the microphone, which is used when the Hiptop is acting as a telephone. On the right is the ear piece for the telephone, a transparent scroll wheel with multicolored LEDs behind it that light up to signify certain events, such as an incoming phone call or the arrival of a new email message, and another rectangular button (“back”).

There is another speaker on the back of the device on the left side, which is used for ringtones and all application and OS-related sounds. A panel on the left edge of the phone snaps off to reveal a SIM card slot. Along the top edge of the phone is an infrared port (unused) a power jack, and a mini USB port. The right edge of the phone contains a jack that can be used either by the hands-free headset or the camera attachment.

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