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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

NOKIA N92


Introduction / Preview
Nokia N92, the world’s first integrated DVB-H mobile device in the Nokia Nseries range for watching broadcast TV programs. The Nokia N92 offers easy access to TV programs without having to sit in front of a television set. Users can set reminders to watch their favourite TV programs, create personal channel lists and subscribe to TV channel packages.

The outstanding new form factor offers a highly ergonomic user-experience. The usability is further enhanced by the large 2.8” anti-glare QVGA screen with 16 million colours and the dedicated media keys that deliver a rich viewing experience.

The Nokia N92 has four different modes for simple and easy usage. The new view mode is especially designed for watching TV and video. To start watching mobile TV, users simply need to open the Nokia N92 in view mode and press the Multimedia key. The Electronic Service Guide (ESG) contains information about the available TV channels, programs and services. Other mobile TV features include watching time of up to four hours, recording and 30 seconds replay.

The cellular connectivity means people can interact with the TV, through services such as voting, program feedback and additional web discovery. Further, the Nokia N92 supports the new Nokia Web Browser with Mini Map, which provides a semi-transparent zoomed-out view of a web page that enables users to quickly orient themselves on a small screen. With an overall view of the web page, users can intuitively navigate to all corners of it as well as see the web page as it was originally designed.

The Nokia N92 is also an XpressMusic device, with up to 2 GB memory card support, offering storage for up to 1500 songs delivered through the built-in stereo speakers or a stereo headset. The entertainment experience is further complimented by FM radio with Visual Radio support. Additional Nseries features include 2 megapixel camera for print-quality photos and email attachment support.

The Nokia N92 provides a rich range of connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, infrared, Bluetooth wireless technology as well as USB 2.0 (Mass Storage Class), which allows users to connect the Nokia N92 directly to a compatible PC for quick and convenient file transfers or downloads.

The Nokia N92, which is based on S60 3rd Edition and Symbian OS, is planned to be commercially available in mid 2006 in Europe, Africa and Asia, in countries where DVB-H services are available, with an estimated, unsubsidized sales price of approximately 600 Euros (2720MYR).

Specifications
Date Announced 2005, 4Q
Network Technology UMTS/ GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900
Dimensions (mm) 107.4 x 58.2 x 24.8
Weight (g) 191
Display
Screen Size : 240 x 320 (External: 36 x 128)
Screen Color : TFT 16M colors (External: 65K)
Design
Type : Flip
Navigation Key : 5 way Navigation Key
Soft Keys : 2
Other Keys : 4-in-1 Media Keys
Antenna : Fixed Internal
Memory
Phonebook : Advance
Internal(MB) : 90
Expansion : miniSD (up to 2GB), hotswap
Battery
Battery Type : Li Polymer 1500 mAh (BP-5L)
Stand-by (hrs) : 336
TalkTime(min) : 240
Entertainment
Ringtones
Polyphonic : 64-chord polyphonics
Customization : MP3, ARM-NB, ARM-WB, 64 polyphonic MIDI (support 3D audio)
MP3 Yes
FM Radio Yes
Video Record Yes
Video Support RealMedia, MPEG4, 3GPP (DVB-H TV broadcast receiver)
Audio Support MP3, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, WMA (Flight mode, Stereo Speaker)
Voice Support Command, Dial, Recording, Speaker
Messenging
SMS Yes
MMS Yes
EMS No
Email Yes, attachment support (jpeg, 3gpp, MP3, ppt, doc, xls, pdf)
Instant Messenging Yes
Push to Talk Yes
Connectivity
Bluetooth Yes
EDGE Class B, Multislot class 11, up to 236.8 kbps
Support 3G Yes
Data Types / GPRS Class 11
Infrared (IrDA) Yes
USB Port Yes
WIFI/WLAN 802.11g & UPnP (Universal Plug and Play)
Data Cable USB 2.0, RS-232
Software
Java (J2ME) Yes ,MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
WAP Yes Ver 2.0
Platform / OS Symbian 9.1 - Series 60, 3rd edition
Browser XHTML, XHTML MP, HTML 4.01, CSS, ECMAScript and JavaScript
Predictive Text Entry T9
PIM Application Calendar, contacts, task list, Nokia Series 60 PIM
Other Application Document viewers (Excel,Word,PowerPoint)
Personals
Themes Yes
Caller ID Photo ID
ProfileID Yes
Camera
Lens Type CMOS, 2.0 Megapixel
Digital zoom 4x (Secondary: 2x)
Max. Resolution 1600 x 1200 (Secondary: VGA)
Flash Yes
Night Mode Yes
Multi Shot Yes
Extra Features Self Portrait, Video Call, Self-timer
Photo Format JPEG (1600 x 1200, 1024 x 768, 640 x 480)
Video Yes
Video Format (352 x 288, 176 x 144, 128 x 96)


Introduction / Preview
The BlackBerry 8707v, a UMTS version of the BlackBerry 8700 series.

The device runs on a 312MHz Intel PXA901 processor with 16MB of SRAM and 64MB of Flash memory. It comes with a 320 x 240, 65,635-colour TFT LCD, quad-band (850/900/1800/1900MHz) GSM/GPRS and Bluetooth connectivity.

Additional hardware includes RIM's signature 35-key QWERTY thumb-keyboard, a QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) resolution display that supports over 65k colors. The BlackBerry 8707v incorporates intelligent light sensing technology that automatically adjusts both the LCD and keyboard lighting to provide an optimized view in outdoor, indoor and dark environments.


Specifications

Date Announced 2006, 1Q
Network Technology UMTS, GSM 850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900
Hardware/Processor Intel PXA901, 312Mhz
Dimensions (mm) 110 x 70 x 20
Weight (g) 139
Display
Screen Size : 320 x 240
Screen Color : TFT 65K colors
Design
Type : Blok
Other Keys : 35 key QWERTY keyboard
Antenna : Fixed Internal
Memory
Internal(MB) : 16MB SRAM, 64MB Flash memory
Battery
Stand-by (hrs) : 384
TalkTime(min) : 240
Entertainment
Ringtones
Polyphonic : 32 chords polyphonics
Customization : MIDI, MP3
MP3 No
FM Radio No
Voice Support Speaker (Bluetooth stereo headset), Recording
Messenging
SMS Yes
MMS Yes
EMS No
Email Yes, Push email
Connectivity
Bluetooth Yes
Support 3G Yes
Data Types / GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots)
Infrared (IrDA) No
USB Port Yes
Data Cable RS-232, mini USB
Software
Java (J2ME) No
WAP Yes Ver 2.0
Platform / OS Blackberry 4.1
Browser XHTML
PIM Application Calendar, Address book, Task list, MemoPad, Calculator
Other Application Document viewers (Excel,Word,PowerPoint)
Personals
Themes No Info.


new mobile phone


Introduction / Preview
DX8 features an Intel PXA272 416MHz CPU, 128MB Flash ROM, 64MB RAM, a 2.2" 262K-colour QVGA (240 x 320) transflective TFT-LCD, IrDA, IEEE 802.11b, Bluetooth 1.2, quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support, a miniSD slot, a 1.3-megapixel camera and Windows Mobile 5.0.



Specifications
Date Announced 2006, 1Q
Network Technology GSM 850/ 900 / 1800 / 1900
Hardware/Processor Intel PXA272 CPU, 416 Mhz
Dimensions (mm) 113 x 50 x 22
Weight (g) 128
Display
Screen Size : 2.2 inch, 320 x 240, Touchscreen
Screen Color : TFT 262K colors
Design
Type : Candybar
Antenna : Fixed Internal
Memory
Internal(MB) : 128 MB Flash + 64MB SDRAM
Expansion : miniSD
Battery
Battery Type : Li-Pol 1500mAh
Stand-by (hrs) : 120
TalkTime(min) : 240
Entertainment
Ringtones
Polyphonic : Yes
Customization : MP3, MIDI, WAV, WMA
MP3 Yes
FM Radio No
Video Record Yes
Video Support MPEG 4, WMV
Audio Support WAV, WMA, MP3 (Stereo, Flight Mode)
Voice Support Recording, Speaker
Games Solitaire, Bubble Breaker
Messenging
SMS Yes
MMS Yes
EMS No
Email Outlook Mobile
Instant Messenging MSN Messenger
Connectivity
Bluetooth Yes
EDGE Yes
Support 3G No
Data Types / GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots)
Infrared (IrDA) Yes
USB Port Yes
WIFI/WLAN 802.11b
Software
Java (J2ME) Yes ,MIDP 2.0
WAP Yes Ver 2.0
Platform / OS Windows Mobile 5.0
Browser Internet Explorer Mobile
Predictive Text Entry T9
PIM Application Calculator, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks
Other Application Media Player 10, Document Viewers, ActiveSync
Personals
Themes Yes
Caller ID Photo ID
ProfileID Yes
Camera
Lens Type CMOS, 1.3 Megapixel
Digital zoom 4x
Max. Resolution 1280 x 1024
Flash No
Night Mode Yes
Extra Features
Photo Format
Video Yes
Video Format

Alternative browsing


BY TAN KIT HOONG AND CHRIS CHONG

WHILE the best way to surf the Internet is through a web browser on a PC, there are times when it’s simply not an option.

For example, you might be away from home – on holiday and without an Internet connection. Or you might find yourself in a situation where it would be inconvenient to lug a bulky laptop to a WiFi hotspot.

But not to worry – there are an increasingly large number of devices that allow you to surf the Web without a PC and we’ve brought together four types to prove the point – a Pocket PC (HP iPaq Hx4700), a smartphone (Dopod 577W), mobile phones that support Java and a handheld videogame console (Sony PlayStation Portable).

While this is definitely not an exhaustive list of devices, we believe that they provide a general idea of the alternative web browsing methods available today.

Getting connected
Each of our test devices connects wirelessly to the Internet through one of two means: A WiFi connection or through a cellular service (such as GPRS or 3G).

The iPaq and PSP both use WiFi connections, which means they need to be within range of a WiFi access point – either a private wireless LAN router in your office/home or at a public WiFi hotspot.

The iPaq (which is functionally similar to other Pocket PCs) runs on the Windows Mobile 5 for Pocket PC operating system and has an easy-to-use dialogue box that scans for all WiFi access points in range and gets you connected immediately (prompting you for a WEP key if it’s a protected network). The PSP has a similarly simple setup interface.

Both devices also have advanced settings for security and manual network configurations, so they shouldn’t have any problems getting a connection.

And in the other corner, our plain-Jane mobile phone and the Dopod 577W smartphone are very different devices – the former is a no-frills device while the latter is a feature-packed handset with an advanced operating system (Windows Mobile 5 Mobile Edition).

Both use GPRS to connect to the Internet, which has superior range to WiFi. These are true on-the-go Internet solutions.

One word of warning for GPRS/EDGE/3G users out there though – you may get addicted to surfing the Net on your phone so much that you’ll end up incurring a major phone bill at the end of the month! Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

Coming back to the “getting connected” part, there was a time when configuring a regular phone or smartphone to connect to either GPRS, EDGE or 3G/UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) could only be done by tech-heads.

However, these days, most of these settings can be configured for you by simply making a call to your telco and have them send the settings to your phone via SMS (short message service).

For more advanced smarpthones, like the Dopod 577W or the O2 XDA Atom, there are utilities built-in to help you configure the myriad of settings.

One interesting thing about the Dopod 577W is that it’s also got a built-in WiFi adaptor, which means that it’ll connect to WiFi hotspots too.

If you’re wondering, it’s also possible to pair a PDA with a mobile phone via Bluetooth. While this allows the PDA to utilise the phone’s GPRS Internet connection, the setup process is extremely complicated and is best ignored unless you really want to use it.

With that out of the way, here’s a quick look at how these devices fare against each other.

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RAINBOW MAKER



Product Description
The heart shaped Swarovski crystal on this Rainbow Maker makes this an ideal gift for loved ones at any time of the year.

The Swarovski crystal rainbow maker was created by artist David Dear. It is a wonderfully imaginative work of art and guaranteed to appeal to those or you that like something a little bit different.

It is simple to use and guaranteed to add colour to your day. Using the suction pad, attach the Rainbow Maker to any window that receives direct sunlight. The solar powered mechanism will cause the crystal to rotate and reflect coloured light around the room. This fascinating gizmo creates beautiful swirls of rainbows that gently move about the room.

This clever gadget is also ideal for Feng Shui enthusiasts as the Rainbow Maker is meant to bring good Chi into your home, business or wherever it is located.
As it is solar-powered you needn’t worry about replacing batteries – but you just might wish for more hours of sunlight!

The rainbow maker is H 151mm; W 50mm; D 25mm.



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