Photo Comparison - Q9, Vox, Asus, and BlackJack

By Mike Temporale on Thursday, May 17, 2007

Earlier this year, I managed to take some pictures of a few of the hottest new devices. Unfortunately, these are not the best quality images around. And the devices, well they could use a good wipe down to remove some of those messy fingerprints. Regardless of all that, these pictures really show how these device measure-up when placed beside each other. Just remember when you view these, it's not about the quality of the image, it's all about the comparison. Wink


The new Moto Q9, BlackJack, and Vox lined up side by each. Click the image for a full size version.

That blurry device in my hand is the new Q9 sitting on top of my BlackJack. Click the image for a full size version.


Adding the Asus Smartphone to the top of the pile. Watch out, the Asus is really a lot thicker than it looks. The sides of the device slant in at the bottom. Click the image for a full size version.


Looking down from above, you can see that the Q9 isn't that much wider than the BlackJack. The two devices are pretty much the same when it comes to length. Click the image for a full size version.


The Asus doesn't look much thicker, but is sure feels like it when you hold it in your hand. Click the image for a full size version.


Everyone's favorite new phone - the HTC Vox sitting ontop of the BlackJack. It sure is small! Click the image for a full size version.


The reduced size comes with a price. That price is thickness. Click the image for a full size version.

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