We like ’em smart, rugged, and beefy…

… mobile phones, that is.  This phone is the highest rated for drops, of both the gravity and water categories.  It runs Microsoft Windows Mobile, and has a large LCD, good camera, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.  Good gripping edges, and there may be good wheelchair options via its car mounting kit and desktop cradle.  “It’d be perfect for users with impaired dexterity, if only the keys were bigger!” you say?  Quit whining and go ahead and pair it with a Bluetooth keyboard.  There’s supposed to be an optional QWERTY keyboard, but no info on that so far.

Engadget: The Nautiz X5 is the smartphone for your rough and tumble user on the go

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