Saturday, February 24, 2007
Moto Q q9

Phone type : Quadband
Networks : GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900
Connectivity options : 3G, EDGE, GPRS, HSDPA, Bluetooth, USB
Weight w/battery : 134 g
Battery type(s) supported : Rechargeable, removable 1,170mAh Lithium-ion battery
Max. talktime (in hours) : 6.5 hours
Max. standby time (in hours) : 480 hours
Additional functions : Windows Mobile 6 Standard Edition; Opera browser; attachment viewer or editor; VPN access;

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Pentax Optio A30

Dimensions : 89 x 58 x 23 mm
Weight : 150 g
Sensor Resolution (effective) : 10 megapixels
Optical zoom : 3x
LCD size : 2.5-inch
Storage type(s) Secure Digital, Secure Digital HC, Internal memory
Still image format : JPEG
Max. image resolution : 3648 x 2736
Max. video resolution : 640 x 480

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Nokia 6110 navigator

According to Nokia, the company is in talks with local telcos, which means we might see AGPS (Assisted Global Positioning System) with an always-on mobile connection to be available in the near future.The Nokia 6110 Navigator comes in either black or white.
Connectivity-wise, this quadband Navigator ships with 3G and HSDPA (High-speed Downlink Packet Access) capable of reaching speeds of up to 3.6Mbps. What's missing are wireless LAN and infrared. Fortunately, there's Bluetooth and push email, in addition to a Message reader function that reads emails or text messages aloud.

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Friday, February 23, 2007
ASUS Lamborghini VX2

It may not have Fernando Alonso behind the wheel, but the latest version of the Lamborghini laptop looks like it has the pure muscle to snap most benchmarks in two and still have time to grab a beer and pizza. Based on the Core 2 Duo platform, it boasts a high-end video card as well as the next-generation draft-N wireless service. Combined with its sleek profile, those willing to pay a premium for looks and performance will certainly be enticed by the ASUS Lamborghini VX2.

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Cowon iAudio D2 (4GB)

The good: Good touchscreen implementation; long battery life; fast transfer speed; expansion card slot; supports up to 4GB SD card.
The bad: Scratchy radio reception on certain stations; slight lag during picture viewing.
The bottom line: The D2 is a great portable video player for those looking for a PDA-like interface. It's a brilliant performer and should satisfy most users.

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Thursday, February 22, 2007
Sharp Aquos LC-46G7M

The good: Film-like picture quality; good audio reproduction; renowned Aquos styling; true full-HD compatibility; dual HDMI and DVI.
The bad: Poor TV controls positioning; fixed pedestal stand; soft TV broadcast image.
The bottom line: The Sharp Aquos LC-46G7M not only dishes out stunning film-like pictures, it also offers 1080p-connectivity beyond the usual HDMI terminals.

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Canon PowerShot TX1

Dimensions : 89 x 60 x 29 mm
Weight : 220 g
Sensor Resolution (effective) : 7.1 megapixels
Optical zoom : 10x
Digital zoom : 4x
LCD size : 1.8-inch
Storage type(s): Secure Digital, Secure Digital HC, MultiMediaCard
Still image format : JPEG
Max. image resolution : 3072 x 2304
Max. video resolution : 1280 x 720 (30fps)

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Monday, February 19, 2007
Nokia E65 - upcoming

Phone type : Quadband
Networks : GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900
Connectivity options : 3G, EDGE, GPRS, Bluetooth, Infrared, USB, WLAN
Weight w/battery : 115 g
Max. talktime (in hours) : 6 hours
Max. standby time (in hours): 264 hour

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Sunday, February 18, 2007
Motorola RAZR MAXX V6

The good: Large and bright screen; slim design; good build quality; support for super-fast 3G; crisp and sharp audio quality.
The bad: Non-standard predictive text; unintuitive menu system; touch buttons a bit slow to respond.
The bottom line: The Motorola RAZR MAXX V6 is a stylish handset that lets you access the Internet at speeds comparable to many people's home broadband connections. It also feels well built and has good music features. We just wish the menu system was easier to get your head around and that it used standard T9 predictive text instead of its own iTap system.

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