Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Palm Treo 755p
Palm Treo 755p is the latest Palm OS Treo, available through Sprint in the U.S. The CDMA Treo 755p is the first Treo device to offer a series of software features, plus the built-in antenna design brought by Palm with Palm Treo 750.
The device comes with 128MB memory being 60MB available for the user and support for Mini-SD memory cards up to 4GB. Part of the multimedia functionality is the 1.3-megapixel digital camera and video recorder, and application to organize and share photos. Treo 755p has DataViz Documents To Go Version 8.0 software , which offers support for native Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents as well as full PDF support.
One new feature to the Treo 755p is the integration of Google Maps service for mobile. With Google Maps built-in, Treo 755p users can get directions, perform local searches, and view moveable/scalable maps, satellite imagery, and traffic updates while on the go.
Treo 755p features and benefits include the ability to watch mobile video directly on the Treo 755p with Sprint TV, which has more than 50 channels of live and on-demand content.
The Treo 755p is available starting mid-May 2007, in two colours, midnight blue and burgundy and runs on the Sprint Mobile Broadband Network, based on the CDMA EVDO standard for fast 3G networks.
Monday, October 16, 2006
Palm's Treo 680
Treo 680 is the smallest of Palm OS based device. Its GSM/GPRS/EDGE quad-band world phone. Palm OS features hundreds of downloadable apps, easy synching with your desktop contacts and email, games, a still-and-video camera, and user-friendly multimedia, text messaging, Yahoo! Music Unlimited built-in and Google Maps. One thing lacking is the missing GPS.
Should be available in US by the mid of 2007.
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
BlackBerry Pearl 8100
BlackBerry Pearl 8100, the consumer cellphone was launched on 12th September. It has a 1.3 MP camera, music and video player, bluetooth. It uses T-Mobile's EDGE network and also supports quad-band GSM/GPRS networks. It has 240x240 pixel crisp screen.Problem is that it does not have Wi-Fi or 3G.
Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Moto Q (World's thinnest PDA)
Only 11.5 mm thick, the Motorola Q gives you access to your e-mail in a compact, slim package. A Windows Mobile 5.0 Smart Phone featuring Pocket Outlook E-mail, a QWERTY keypad with thumb wheel, voice recognition software, 128 MB of memory, a speakerphone and more, it's the perfect device for conducting business on the move.
It has Dual Band 800 MHz CDMA/1900 MHz PCS. 1.3 MegaPixel camera, 2.4 inch screen, Intel 312 MHz CPU, 128 MB ROM and 64 MB ram and accepts Mini SD Expansion Slot.
Moto Q is being offered by Telus Mobility in Canada.
Saturday, April 22, 2006
Palm TX with video
The Palm TX puts together the tools a mobile professional would want: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, 128MB of nonvolatile flash memory, plus an expansion slot, and a gorgeous screen. It also has MP3 and video playback. Palm Tungsten E2 with video
With Palm Tungsten E2, Palm comes back to life. It comes with integrated Bluetooth, sharp color and bright screen, 32MB of nonvolatile memory, faster processor, Palm OS 5.4 and extralong battery life. Also has Documents To Go 7.0. HP iPaq rx3715 Mobile Media Companion
HP iPaq rx3715 has impressive performance, integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, built-in 1.2-megapixel camera and Extra-long battery life. The PDA comes equipped with a 1.2-megapixel camera, and can capture video clips, and comes with HP's Image Zone software to edit images on the spot. In addition, iPaq Mobile Media software allows you to control music, photos, and video stored on PCs in your home via a Wi-Fi network.