Your odds of finding HKC's
Windows Mobile-powered Prado in the Western Hemisphere are slim to none -- at least, not in any official capacity -- but considering the sheer number of buttons, whirlygigs, and doodads around the phone's circumference, we'd be doing everyone a disservice by not throwing it in the spotlight for a moment or two. Our colleagues at Engadget Chinese
have put the Prado through its paces, using the HTC Touch HD
as a benchmark; you step down to a VGA display and a 2 megapixel cam, but on the upside, you get a faster processor and 4GB of storage on board. Of course, you can't put a price on your phone looking like a cheap MID when it's actually just a WinMo 6.1 smartphone, so that might be where the Prado really comes out on top.