Saturday, May 31, 2008

Nokia 6210 Navigator

Check out the video reviews of the Nokia 6210 Navigator, below. All fairly normal for a GPS phone when you first look at it, but just check out the satellite photo view - simply unbelievable for a mobile phone (and a mid-range one at that!). The 6210 also comes with a plethora of other goodies, too. How does the following sound.

Now bear in mind that this isn't a top-end N-Series phone - nope, it's just a mid-range phone with high end features! The expected retail price of the Nokia 6210 is just 300 Euros, which makes it extremely affordable.
If Nokia can cram all of this into a device fro just 300 Euros, what on earth will they manage to crowbar into their N-Series phones late rin the year?

* 2.4" display with 16 million colors

* quad-band GSM

* dual-band UMTS

* dual-band HSDPA

* geotagging

* Media player

* FM radio

* Bluetooth 2.0

* 3.2 Megapixel camera with auto focus, flash and video

* USB 2.0

* internal memory of 120MB

* microSD card support up to 8GB

* weight: 117 grams

* size: 103 x 49 x 14.9 millimeters.

Monday, May 26, 2008

Sony Ericsson W760 "Walkman Meets GPS"

Sony Ericsson W760 made a name for being the first Sony Ericson phone to offer an integrated GPS receiver. With a large QVGA display, stereo speakers, Media Center and the 3 megapixel camera on top, the W760 packs a nice punch. It's an exciting slider that may look no-thrills on the outside, but has all the prospects of becoming a bestseller.

Sony Ericsson W760 will be available in three different color versions: Rocky Silver, Fancy Red, and Intense Black. We had the grey/silver one for a review. A definite thumbs-up for the 1GB memory card in the retail
package, though we've seen Walkmans ship with 2-gig cards.

Key features:

* Quad-band GSM support

* Tri-band HSDPA

* Built-in GPS receiver

* 3 megapixel camera with geotagging

* Walkman player with Shake control and SensMe

* Media center

* Stereo speakers

* FM radio with RDS

* YouTube integration

* 2.2" QVGA TFT display

* M2 memory card slot (1GB card included)

* Stereo Bluetooth

* Built-in motion sensor

Sunday, May 18, 2008

PC Comort

A personal computer (PC) is a computer whose original sales price, size, and capabilities make it useful for individuals, and intended to be operated directly by an end user, with no intervening computer operator.

Today a PC may be a desktop computer, a laptop computer or a tablet computer. The most common operating systems are Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Linux, while the most common microprocessors are the x86 and PowerPC CPUs. Software applications for personal computers include word processing, spreadsheets, games, and a myriad of personal productivity and special-purpose software. Modern personal computers often have high-speed or dial-up connections to the Internet, allowing access to the World Wide Web and a wide range of other resources.

A PC may be a home computer, or may be found in an office, often connected to a local area network. The distinguishing characteristics are that the computer is primarily used, interactively, by one person at a time. This is in contrast to the batch processing or time-sharing models which allowed large expensive systems to be used by many people, usually at the same time, or large data processing systems which required a full-time staff to operate efficiently.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Meridian Mobile launches Hummer in India

Meridian Mobile, a 100 per cent subsidiary of the UK-based handset maker Meridian, is expanding rapidly in India by developing a large offering under the Fly brand.The company has tied up with General Motor’s Hummer as a part of associational branding. French handset maker ModeLabs has carried over General Motor’s Hummer licence to mobile phones. Meridian is launching the HT1, a slider mobile phone model in the country. The phone like the Hummer vehicle is differentiated in style. Fly is the brand under which Meridian sells its mobile handsets.

Hummer by Fly will be marketed as an aspirational brand and is targeted at youngsters. Speaking about the tie-up Mr Rajiv Khanna, CEO, Meridian Mobile Pvt Ltd, said: “Hummer is an aspirational brand. This tie-up also indicates the highest level of workmanship in the brand. Fly began pan India distribution one year back. In the first year 2007, we will do 200,000 phones.”

Hummer, maker of big and tough super-SUVs, has lent its name to a somewhat smaller product with the announcement of the Hummer HT1 mobile phone. Crafted by first-time handset designers ModeLabs and modeled off the wheels and grille of Hummer vehicles, the HT1 slider handset features styling similar to the Motorola MOTORIZR line and is available in three Hummer-style colors. Specifications for a handset bearing the Hummer name could never be lightweight, with some solid features backing up the robust design. A 2.0MP camera features on the back of the device, partnered with a microSD memory expansion slot for storage of photos and MP3 music for the built in media player. USB and Bluetooth provide connectivity options for the Hummer HT1, with the device also capable of managing PIM data and email.

Pre-installed on the Hummer HT1 are 10 Hummer-themed wallpapers and two videos, and each handset will be bundled with two camouflage battery covers, insuring you can stay inconspicuous when trekking over enemy lines with the device. No details on pricing or regional availability are available at this time.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Asus Aura Mobile Phone by Bogar Bence

Asus Aura, produced by Hungarian design company Egy Studio for Taiwanese vendor. It was clearly inspired by iPhone, although it has some interesting innovations addressing commonly mentioned shortcomings of Apple’s cellphone. Features of Asus Aura include - a sliding QWERTY keyboard that should make text entry much easier, 3,9 touchscreen covering the whole surface of the phone, 2 megapixel camera, microSD memory card slot, GSM, UMTS, HSDPA, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. All of this in a 6mm thick package.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

Chinese Miracle Marlboro Phone

It's hardly surprising that the Chinese would create a mobile phone in the shape of a cigarette packet. They've even left enough room for your cigarettes. The phone has a 1.5 inch 260k color 178×220 display, a 1.3 mega pixel camera, microSD support and stereo speakers.

Well not exactly Marlboro it's Marlbara but close enough. By using this Chinese-made device you can fool people into thinking you’ve totally gone bananas and started talking on your cigarette pack. Although I’m sure it doesn’t have all the features of the latest mobile phones, but I know I’d love to have one,especially because it comes in a luxurious box, with a gold lighter and complementary cigarettes.Here are Marlbara’s specs.

* 900/1800 GSM/GPRS

* 1.5 inch 260k color 178×220 display

* 1.3 mega pixel camera

* MicroSD support

* Stereo speakers

* Measures 92×50.5×13 mm

* Weighs 98 grams


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