"Very very compatible"4.5 starson by depauvillekid
Pros: Any standard USB cable will work for pc connection. Use Windows Media Player 10 to add music. Excellent Reception!!!
Cons: Have to go through menus to get to features that should be hot keyed.
Summary: I like that I can use any old USB cable I had laying around for the house for pc connection, NO NEED TO BUY A SPECIAL CABLE! I also use Windows Media Player 10 to add music to the V3m, NO EXTRA SOFTWARE TO BUY! The only two extra items I had to purchase was a USB stereo headset and the micro sd card which I purchased on ebay for $50 for the both of them. I have a 1gb mp3 player for $50. Only downside is the features I use most are not Hot Keyed on the pad. The biggest feature for me personally is the size and finally, no more ridiculous antenna sticking out the top of the phone. It also gets the best reception of any phone I have owned over the past 5 years. I live in a valley and have had no signal at my home EVER!!! With this phone I atleast get 1 bar which is enough to text message and get voice mail, not enough to talk but it's better than what I had before. The phone feels pretty sturdy to me, the keys actually have a good click feel to them, I was nervous about the keypad but I actaully like it. I don't get where people say it feels fragile, like I said, feels sturdy to me, especially since its all metal and not plastic like most phones. And if it does break, well that's what the insurance is for. I've had Samsungs, Nokia's, LG's, an audiovox, and older motorola, this feels just as strong as any of them with the exception of the Nokia, those phones can really handle a drop to the pavement.