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Virgin Mobile launches Kyocera MARBL

While we live in a world where our cellphone packs more processing power than what a computer back in the early 90s did, there are still some handsets that stubbornly refuse to budge from their pre-MP3 ringtone days. One good example would be the Kyocera MARBL handset that does not support any audio file playback, has no camera (no sir, not even a VGA camera), and lacks the all-important Bluetooth connection. I suppose you get what you pay for, considering this broken piece of MARBL costs $30.

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