The enV3 not your style? That's fine -- maybe you want to step up to the VX11000 enV Touch, then, which should be launching just a few days after its lightweight sibling to replace the aging Voyager on June 5 for $219.99 on contract with a $70 rebate. The lack of VCAST TV is a bummer, but on the flipside, you've got a 3.2 megapixel autofocus cam, 3-inch external touchscreen with a matching 3-incher on the inside, HTML browsing, and the... uh, envy of every enV owner.

[Thanks, anonymous tipster]

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