Kamis, 14 Agustus 2008

Toshiba Portege M700

12.1” Diagonal Widescreen LED-Backlit LCD Display

Use it any way you want (with a keyboard or digital pen, or available touch screen capability) and virtually anywhere you want. Enjoy antiglare indoor/outdoor viewing, and stunning 1280 x 800 (WXGA) resolution too.

Powerful Performance

Built around Intel® Centrino® with vPro technology, the Portégé® M700 is one of the most powerful Tablet PCs you can buy. Now you can use the latest business applications to get more done. Work on a proposal while you’re answering e-mail and downloading updates. Crunch numbers in complex spreadsheets. And do it all with smarter power usage.

Integrated EasyGuard® Technology
Hit the streets or charge down corridors all day long. You’re covered. Offering 3rd-Generation refinements, Toshiba’s suite of EasyGuard® technologies give your Portégé® M700* the extra protection, durability and security you need.

Innovative Design
The latchless display lid action (with a unique hinge and guide-peg mechanism) simplifies converting the M700 to a Tablet PC by easily snapping and locking the display in place.

Innovative Design
The latchless display lid action (with a unique hinge and guide-peg mechanism) simplifies converting the M700 to a Tablet PC by easily snapping and locking the display in place.

Accessory Compatibility
If you own a Portégé® M400 and want to move up to the M700 you’re in luck - because you can probably use your same accessories. That saves you money, and makes this machine an even better return on investment.


Rabu, 13 Agustus 2008

Sony Ericsson K850

Network :- HSDPA / GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900

Dimensions :- 102 x 48 x 17 mm
Weight :- 118 g

Type :- TFT, 256K colors
Size :- 240 x 320 pixels, 2.2 inches
- Wallpapers, screensavers

Type :- Polyphonic (72 channels), MP3
Customization :- Composer, download
Vibration :- Yes

Phonebook :- 1000 x 20 fields, Photo call
Call records :- 30 received, dialed and missed calls
Card slot :- Memory Stick Micro (M2)/microSD , 512 MB card included
- 40 MB internal memory

GPRS :- Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
EDGE :- Yes
3G :- HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps (K850i only)
WLAN :- No
Bluetooth :- Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
Infrared port :- No
USB :- Yes, v2.0

Messaging :- SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
Browser :- WAP 2.0/HTML (NetFront), RSS reader
Games :- Yes + downloadable
Colors :- Luminous Green, Velvet Blue
Camera :- 5 MP, 2592х1944 pixels, autofocus, video, xenon flash and 3LED video light; auto lens cover, secondary videocall camera
- Java MIDP 2.0
- FM radio with RDS
- MP3/AAC/MPEG4 player
- Motion sensor (with UI auto-rotate)
- TrackID music recognition
- T9
- Image viewer
- Picture editor/blogging
- Organiser
- Built-in handsfree
- Voice memo/dial

Standard battery, Li-Po 930 mAh (BST-38)
Stand-by :- Up to 400 h
Talk time :- Up to 9 h

Warranty : One Year.


Nokia N82w

Nokia's N82 is an N-series phone with a five megapixel camera and a chassis full of features that will compete with the big boys. But is it too ugly to love?

Although the five megapixel camera phone club is more crowded than it once was, we still get excited when a sharp shooting new handset joins the party.

The Nokia N82 is the latest member, however, in addition to its bumper resolution, it also comes with some bumper dimensions to boot.

While it's relatively lightweight, when measured against the five megapixel competition, the N82's footprint (length x width) is larger than either the Nokia N95, the Sony Ericsson K850i or Samsung G800.

Nokia N82 build and design
And, while none of the above handsets could ever be described as svelte, the N95 and G800 have a better finish and, we believe, a more appealing design.

Of course, with the N82's extra portions you do get a very tasty camera, complete with Carl Zeiss lens and Xenon flash, and it produces great results. But there's no doubt that the Nokia N82 will struggle to win any beauty competitions.

And we're not being size-ist. You only have to look at the Apple iPhone or, another five megapixel phone, the LG KU 990 Viewty, to see that a phone can be both big and beautiful.

However, alongside these shiny lookers, the N82 just looks a little tacky and toylike.

The phone is finished with a shiny silver plastic front and a matt plastic back, adorned with a faint herringbone like design. The sharp little keys are meanly proportioned and the function and menu markings are faint. We also had an issue with the joypad, in that the direction control area is too narrow, making it to easy to select an option when you really want to be moving up and down, or right and left through the menu icons.

The problem is that the Nokia N-series are premium phones which don't come cheap, and while the functionality of the N82 is at the premium end, the finish is distinctly mid to low tier.

Nokia N82 camera
Still, design is very subjective and there will probably be plenty of folk that find the N82 a work of inspired design genius. Indeed, if you're one of these, this phone is almost certainly for you. Because, as you'd expect from an N-series device, it has a heck of a lot going on beneath the bonnet.

The star attraction is the N82's five megapixel camera, which specialises in both still images and video. And while it can't boast an optical zoom like the Samsung G800, it does carry a Carl Zeiss lens and a Xenon flash.

The Samsung G800 broke the mould with its optical zoom, so it would be churlish to criticise the N82 for lacking this bonus feature. Besides, the Carl Zeiss Optics: Tessar lens is excellent and the Xenon flash is capable of blasting gloomy scenes with light.

It's also an easy camera to use.

The lens cover can be opened and closed using a little plastic switch to the right of the lens. It's not as satisfying as the full sliding lens cover on the Samsung G800, but it does the job.

Holding the phone in camera mode, from right to left, you'll find a shutter key, a video playback key and the digital zoom/volume keys.

Photo quality is excellent, and we actually fancy that photos enhanced with the Xenon flash produced more satisfying results than those produced by the Samsung G800, which provided a 'rabbit in the headlights' effect.

The camera control centre of the Nokia N82 is the joypad, which lets you access scene modes, flash, self timer, sequence, colour, exposure, light sensitivity and access to the video camera.

Other great features on the handset include macro mode for close-ups, auto focus, and on-device photo editing, so you can airbrush out those unwanted pimples and nose hairs.

Making movies with the Nokia N82
The great thing about the Nokia N82 is that the video is as strong as the camera, which is just as well because many experts believe that video sharing both on device and over the web will see a huge boom in 2008. The Nokia N82 lets you shoot video at 30fps and offers up to 10x digital zoom (4x in VGA mode). The N82 shoots supports the mp4 and 3gp video file formats and boasts features such as digital video stabilisation and settings for white balance, scene and colour tone setting.

The other great video feature on the N82 is the on-device video editing, which lets you polish up your clips like a Coppola mini movie. You can also upload your new photos and videos online with one-click.

Obviously if mobile users are to get as involved with sites like You Tube and My Space as the PC generation, the uploading process has to be quick and easy, as is the case with the Nokia N82.

If you want to look at your photos or watch your videos on your home TV, the Nokia N82 offers TV-out functionality, and you can also print photos via USB (Pictbridge), Bluetooth, Wi-fi, or online printing.

GPS and other features
In addition to the main five megapixel camera, there's a secondary VGA camera on the front N82's fascia for video calling. When you dial a number or access a contact, the phone lets you choose whether you wish to make a voice call or a video call. Video calls have never really taken off, but they are getting more popular amongst home laptop and PC users with webcams at home, so this may trigger a belated boom amongst mobile users.

Needless to say, aside from video calls, the phone's HSDPA data speeds are also a boon for uploading and downloading music and videos and, of course, for browsing the internet. Overall, the internet browsing experience is pretty good on the N82, but the larger screen of the Nokia N95 8GB offers a better one.

One premium feature that the N95 and N82 share in common is built-in GPS for sat nav.

GPS-enabled mobiles will be far more visible next year and it's a real bonus feature for two reasons. As well as being able to use the device for sat-nav, users can also take advantage of location based services.

In addition to GPS, the N82 features the nifty Nokia Maps application, which lets you plan routes using sat nav and enables rapid access to the phone's location-based services.

Once you have picked up a satellite fix on your handset's GPS, you'll see your current location in map form. From here, you can navigate locally or anywhere in the UK, zoom in on the map to get your bearings, and search nearby for points of interest. These are categorised under simple headings like automotive, transport, eat drink, shopping, leisure, sights, and services.

As with other GPS enabled Nokias, like the 6110 Navigator and N95, you can also buy city guides and download them to the device. It's like having Time Out on your phone, but not quite so easy to read.

N-Gage gaming
The other major talking point about the N82 and other N-series phones is the recent inclusion of the N-Gage gaming platform. The debate has raged for years as to whether gaming will ever really take off on a mobile device and there is one school of though that believes that simple, one thumb control games are the way forward.

However, one look at the N-Gage games and your view may be swayed. The graphics are almost as rich and impressive as a Pixar movie and it's hard not to get sucked into the action.

At the moment, all games are still in demo stage, but it's a real watch-this-space area, and because you'll be able to connect and play with other connected N-Gage gamers all over the world, it could really help drive social networking on mobiles. Our device featured demos of FIFA 07 and Asphalt Street Rules 3. Both are impressive but deserve to be played by more competent gamers than Yours Truly.

N82 verdict
As with the N81 before it, there's a lot going for the N82 because Nokia masterfully crams its N-series phones with top end features. However, the major flaw in this handset is its finish. The keypad is uncomfortable, the markings are faint, and the materials used feel a little creaky. You can argue that it's still relatively light for such a capable phone, because it's 15g lighter than the N95 8GB and 20g lighter than the Samsung G800. However, we'd happily put up with a bit more lead in our pocket if the phone had a brushed metal rather than a plastic finish.


Nokia N95

Powerful new Nokia Nseries device offers high-speed access to a wide range of Internet content

Las Vegas, USA - With consumer demand for the most advanced wireless devices continuing to rise, Nokia (NYSE:NOK) announced today that it is optimizing the Nokia N95 8GB for networks using 850/1900 MHz HSDPA (high speed data packet access) in the Americas. Combining speed, technology and content - the new Nokia N95 8GB bridges the gap between traditional fixed entertainment centers and portable wireless devices with its stunning 2.8 inch QVGA screen with support for up to 16 million colors, eight gigabytes of built-in memory, A-GPS positioning for improved location access and enhanced battery life.

A recent global study commissioned by Nokia, entitled 'A Glimpse of the Next Episode', predicts that by 2012, up to 25 percent of all entertainment will be created and consumed within peer communities as opposed to traditional media groups. With this trend dubbed by Nokia as 'Circular Entertainment', devices such as the Nokia N95 8GB, which allow the consumer to create, edit and upload content directly to the Internet, will be more important than ever as consumers personalize content and make it their own.

"Today's savvy consumer wants an all in one device that enables them to customize and share content immediately with their social communities. The Nokia N95 8GB fills this void as one of the most advanced wireless devices currently on the market in North America," said Bill Plummer, Vice President, Go-to-Market, Nokia Americas. "With the addition of HSDPA for ultra-fast connectivity, the Nokia N95 8GB delivers on the promise of a multimedia computer in one surprisingly small package."

The Nokia N95 8GB comes with the advanced feature set expected from a state-of-the-art Nokia Nseries multimedia computer. The new Nokia N95 8GB offers a class-leading five megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and autofocus, WLAN, and a full eight gigabytes of internal memory, allowing for storage of up to 20 hours of video* or up to 6000 songs**. Complete with captivating 3D graphics, the Nokia N95 8GB will also offer compatibility with the upcoming N-Gage games service. It is also a full-featured GPS device with assisted GPS (A-GPS) and a large map database covering more than 100 countries, including a number of US state maps preloaded. The Nokia N95 8GB will also support Nokia Share Online 3.0, which will be made available via Nokia Download! and will enable consumers to upload photos and videos with one click to Flickr or Vox, allowing them to quickly share content with their social communities.

Based on powerful Symbian S60 3rd Edition software, consumers can personalize their Nokia N95 8GB by choosing from a wide selection of advanced mobile applications, including games, navigation, entertainment, productivity and creativity. The Nokia N95 8GB comes out of the box ready to create, connect, consume and interact with some of the Internet's most popular services including Yahoo! Search, Amazon's MobiPocket Reader or Flickr. The device also features widget support which enables users to customize the online content they can receive quickly on their Nokia N95 8GB.

The N95 8GB multimedia computer has an estimated retail price of $749 and will start shipping to Nokia Nseries retailers across the United States, the Nokia flagship stores in New York and Chicago as well as online e-tailers during the first quarter of 2008.

* Capacity based on H.264 750-Kbps video at 320-by-240 resolution, combined with 128-Kbps audio. Capacity is half of this with H.264 1.5 Mbps video at 640-by-480 resolution, combined with 128-Kbps audio (near-DVD quality).
** Capacity based on 3 minutes, 45 seconds per song with 48 Kbps eAAC+ (M4A) encoding on the Nokia Music Manager.

Notes to editors
For full technical specifications, visit www.nseries.com/N958GB
For high res images, visit www.nokia.com/press/photos and select the product model from the devices list.
More details on the study 'A Glimpse of the Next Episode' are available on request.

About Nokia Nseries
Nokia Nseries is a range of high performance multimedia computers that delivers unparalleled mobile multimedia experiences by combining the latest technologies with stylish design and ease of use. With Nokia Nseries products, consumers can use a single device to enjoy entertainment, access information and to capture and share pictures and videos, on the go. www.nseries.com

About Nokia
Nokia is the world leader in mobility, driving the transformation and growth of the converging Internet and communications industries. Nokia makes a wide range of mobile devices and provides people with experiences in music, navigation, video, television, imaging, games and business mobility through these devices. Nokia also provides equipment, solutions and services for communications networks.


Nokia E51

The Nokia E51 is a GSM/WCDMA dual mode hand portable phone supporting EGSM 850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA 850/2100, HSDPA, WLAN, and VoIP. Nokia E51 features include a 2’’ QVGA (240 x 320 pixels) 16M color display and an integrated 2 Megapixel camera with digital zoom, MMS 1.2, web browsing and A2DP support for Bluetooth 2.0 stereo headsets.


Senin, 11 Agustus 2008

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