When we first saw the "IsatPhone" it seemed that, unlike most gigantic predecessors, it might actually be of a manageable size. Though not the smallest satellite phone around, it's certainly more compact than a lot of earlier versions we've seen.
But like all sat-phones, the telltale oversized antenna will make sure it never gets confused with a Razr or Chocolate. Even more distinguishing is its price of $775--which the company claims is one of the world's cheapest, according to Red Ferret. And that's for a whole 2 hours and 40 minutes of talk … Read more