Top six multimedia phones from CES

You won't find the iPhone on display at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but that doesn't mean there's a lack of multimedia devices to gawk at.

Motorola Rokr E8
2. Motorola Rokr E8
This phone's dynamic keypad takes a lot of getting used to, but its functionality is, well, rather illuminating. The music buttons light up when the phone is used as a media player, while the dialpad is illuminated when users switch to call mode.
Last updated January 08 2008: 11:12 AM ET

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Motorola Rokr E8

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