If you’re all about productivity, but you just won’t say “no” to teenage devices meant for texting, then Sidekick LX 2009 plus its new Exchange feature is the thing to choose. The tweens’ perfect phone now comes with Sidekick Sync, an app that’ll hit the handset’s Download Catalog soon, providing all the Exchange features you need.


The app will have you paying $4.99 a month and it’ll enable push email, attachment viewing, contact and calendar synchronization plus a couple of other Exchange features. Anything to avoid a BlackBerry, right?

[via Engadget Mobile]

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