Audiovox PPC4100 Video
Audiovox's 8910 is a functional and basic camera phone.
The Audiovox D8000XP is unable to distinguish itself from competing bargain portable DVD players because of some annoying design and feature shortfalls.
Though it's missing some connectivity features, the EV-DO-equipped Audiovox CDM-8940 packs a solid multimedia punch.
Aside from the tiny buttons and some e-mail issues, Audiovox's SMT5600 is a fantastic smart phone. Call quality is good, it's well constructed, and its display is magnificent.
The Sprint PM-8920 by Audiovox is the first to boast an integrated camera with 1.3-megapixel resolution, yet doesn't skimp on its primary phone duties.
Get a first look at Audiovox's new portable DVD player in action.
The Virgin Mobile TNT is a solid choice for a basic, communication-focused phone. It's a bargain, too.
At CES 2011, Audiovox embeds Android OS into a headrest monitor, enabling backseat web browsing and media streaming.
Snapping up the Huawei Ascend was a good move for Cricket Wireless. The Android 2.1 phone is a solid entry-level phone for a great price.
Sony's midlevel KDL-46W4100 gets you solid de-judder video processing, but otherwise its picture quality falls short of the top tier.