"In many ways, the Samsung Epix improves on the BlackJack II. This new device adds Wi-Fi (a feature the Motorola Q 9h global lacks), Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional with a unique optical mouse and touchscreen, and a faster processor. And we still like the keyboard. However, the Epix doesn't last very long a charge, and it's bigger and heavier than its predecessor. At $199, the Epix is an affordable alternative to the $299 BlackBerry Bold, but we would wait for the price to come down even more (the BlackJack II and BlackBerry Curve both currently sell for $79.99 with a rebate) before investing in this smart phone."