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Friday, September 21, 2007

Motorola RAZR 2 V8 – the magic is back again!

The new more sleek and with more stable design, the Motorola RAZR 2 brings back the magic we all experience when the edition1 was released. If you have owned a Motorola RAZR V3, the first thing that you will Motorola RAZR 2 is how shiny the new device is. The case of the handset is made of stainless steel, chemically hardened glass and chrome, though many feel like the outer casing is made of plastic. This also means that the new Motorola RAZR 2 feels a little less sturdy than the original.

In terms of design, the glossy finish also makes the phone in sync with the other shiny mobiles in the arena. And if you have been a good fan of the LG shine, the new Motorola RAZR 2 will sure enamour you. One of the most interesting enhancement in the handset is its whopping 31mm wide by 40mm tall external screen. The screen is much larger than the main screen of other phones and also is touch sensitive.

The Motorola RAZR 2 is pocket-friendly 12mm deep. It is much taller than the original and also much thinner. But the wideness of the handset is maintained to ensure that the grip remains firm. On openign the Motorola RAZR2, the flashes an impressive keypad. The keypad comes sans obstructive lip at the bottom that's common to many slider phones. The keypad is also flat and maintains the original appeal.

The Motorola RAZR 2 V8 comes with a good linux based interface. The icons are cute and well designed, and the overall layout is much appealing and easy to understand. The new structure also makes texting, taking photos and playing tunes more straightforward.

The touch sensitive screen is also user-friendly. It vibrates a little to know that a button is pressed. It works well and gives a same tactile feedback when used a mechanical key.

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Sony Ericsson K810i – Are you ready to shoot?

The evolving saga of camera phones have indeed raised the market dynamics of the mobile market. At the same time, it has also affected the market of stand alone cameras. But one brand with the most compelling presence is the K series of Sony Ericsson. Be it K750i's auto focus, or K800i's flash, there is always something worth noticing to be found in these camera of 'K' series. The Sony Ericsson K810i is one such impressive camera phone from the house of Sony Ericsson, which strikes a good balance between form and functionalities.

The Sony Ericsson K810i is primarily an enhanced version of its predecessor. The main difference between these two models is the way they are designed. Much in sync with the vogue, the Sony Ericsson K810i copies the latest fashion mobiles and comes wrapped with a glossy front section. Further, the handset comes with an innovative keypad that features small circular silver keys.

In terms of ergonomics, the Sony Ericsson k810i remains much the same. The camera software is resembles what we have seen earlier, save that the new handset now features something called as Phot Fix. Here, the camera automatically adjusts the light balance, the brightness and the contrast. Like its siblings, the Sony Ericsson K810i features a 3.2 MP camera, with auto focus and xenon flash. The camera also allows you to make good videos and thus prove to be quite close to a standalone digital camera. For sending and sharing pictures, the Sony Ericsson K810i uses the advantage of MMS, email or blogs. Not to forget, there remains a VGA camera that helps in video calling.

More on entertainment is the music player. The player is compatible with all popular formats, which means listening to tracks on Mp3, AAC, AAC+ etc are all easy. There is also provision to pile up extra memory. Other highlights of the Sony Ericsson K810i are very conventional. There is a Bluetooth and a support for A2DP, 3G and infrared, support for IMAP4 email accounts and POP3, an RSS feed reader, an FM radio and a Web browser.

Sony Ericsson k810i

Thursday, September 06, 2007

i-mate JAMA: home, work or anywhere in between.

The i-mate JAMA is one of the 'basic' Window mobile device aimed at users wanting a slim and lightweight way of keeping in touch and organized. The device looks extremely sleek in its dark silver casing. The i-mate JAMA measures 106 x 52.5 x 15.6 mm and weighs just 110 grams which is extremely less for any Window Mobile device. For data input, one has to use a stylus on its 65k coloured TFT touchscreen. Presence of a pair of soft keys, dedicated call keys and a 4-way navigation button makes it easy to use the i-mate JAMA while attending calls and other such basic functions.

This smart phone uses Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC as its operating system. This means an i-mate JAMA user gets a full Pocket Office functionality that includes Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. A Samsung SC32442X 300MHz processor makes sure that mobile computing with the i-mate JAMA remains fast and effective, without any lag time as seen in some other Window Mobile devices. The hand held can boast of 64 Mb RAM and 128 Mb ROM memory, with provision for further expansion using microSD (TransFlash) memory cards. All these powerful features are backed up by a rechargeable Li-Ion 1000 mAh battery that can give you up to 4 hour of talk time and up to 150 hours of standby time.

The i-mate JAMA supports dual band GSM mobile network and exhibits high network reception quality. Embedded class 10 GPRS technology can give you a decent data connectivity speed. Web surfing with its Internet Explorer (Pocket IE) is easy even for first time users to search, find and even download desired contents from the web. The device features a 2.0 megapixel camera with video recording capabilities. This is a great way to share unusual incidents and pleasant moments in pictures with your near and dear ones via MMS, email or even by uploading them to the Internet.

I mate jama