Motorola's VA76r Tundra is a push-to-talk phone for AT&T's network that offers the convenience of walkie-talkie functions with the features of a regular flip phone.
It has a 2-megapixel camera that also captures video, a music player, a capable 3G Web browser, and Bluetooth, and it supports microSD cards for storing media.
Phone calls sounded great, and the Tundra was a champ at remaining connected to AT&T's 3G network all over the place.
All of that is ancillary to the fact that it's designed for the rough-and-tumble life in the field.
Here's a list of the abuses I put the Tundra through:
I kicked it. I threw it. I stood on it. I mashed it. I drove over it. I buried it in snow. I hit it with a hammer. I hit it with a wrench. I heated it with a blowtorch. I chilled it to 0 degrees F. I held it under running water.
Can your workforce do better?