Nokia N90 Review

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Arguably one of the most advanced phones on the market, the Nokia N90 has a feature list a mile long. For starters, it's a Series 60 smartphone running the Symbian operating system. It also features a rotating 2-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss autofocus lens, flash, and high-resolution video capture. Add that to an MMC memory card slot, support for EDGE high speed data, Bluetooth, a music player, and much more, and you've got some serious power in your pocket. This special bundle also comes with the Nokia HS-26W Bluetooth Headset, which provides clear and comfortable hands-free calling.


CNET Reviewed Nokia N90 :
It's a startling combination of image capture, music playback, and communications capabilities in a clever but bulky Transformers-like package. However, at more than $900 for an unlocked model, the Nokia N90 is not for the faint of wallet.

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Sony Ericsson W810i Review

Sony Ericsson W810i Review

Monday, August 14, 2006

Complete music kit. W810 Walkman is a stylish music player with everything you need for a mobile music lifestyle. An easy-to-use Walkman digital music player with folders for artists and customized playlists. A 512 MB Memory Stick PRO Duo with enough memory, for up to 20 full length audio CDs. And a stereo headset for quality listening. Enjoy hours of your favorite music wherever you go. And when you want quality entertainment around the clock, W810 has an FM radio with RDS.

Music to your phone. Disc2Phone music copying software is supplied in the W810 kit and its easy to copy songs from your favorite CDs, and PC music folders.


ZDNet Reviewed Sony Ericsson W810i :
The Sony Ericsson W810i is augmented by an attractive design; an improved keypad; great music quality; and a generous range of exceptional features, including Bluetooth, a 2-megapixel camera, an MP3 player, a memory card slot, and a speakerphone. Sony Ericsson succeeds again with its third Walkman phone for the U.S. market, but the W810i brings only minor improvements over earlier models.