Friday, September 21, 2007

Sony Ericsson K810i – Capturing Lives !

In the last few years, where camera phones have risen to newer heights in popularity graphs (and biting on the market share digital cameras) Sony Ericsson K810i establishes its makers motive to progress to farther ascents in the market and depths of the pocket of a mobile buyer.

And why not? When a discerning soul, in least cases, would lest buy a stand-alone device while a portable mobile phone is capable of delivering the same quality. Sony Ericsson K810i, along with its camera special features packs a punch with certain music special features too.

This slim and compact phone boasts of a 3.2 mega-pixel camera with auto-focus, Xenon flash and photo-fix. Now, capture the world and share pictures with friends. The device offers different image sharing options such as MMS, email and online blogging.
In addition to these Sony Ericsson K810i comes with A2DP enabled Bluetooth, FM Radio with RDS, and media player with TrackID music recognition program as well as supports for a plethora of file formats. The handset also supports Memory Stick Micro – an expandable memory card for more music space. With GPRS, HSCSD, Infrared and USB support, his 3G phone offers abundant options to download and share music or data files from internet to PCs and Laptops and vice versa.

Now, enjoy high speed mobility with this high-performer. Life is going to be never same when this all rounder comes before you with WAP 2.0, HTML (Netfront) browser and RSS feed, enabling you get access to all your necessary information. Add to that there are picture editor program, JAVA MIDP 2.0 support and built-in hands-free control.

Sony Ericsson K810i is no less than an all-rounder. What do you say? A fist full of this sleek and svelte beauty would lend reasons to all your voice.

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Apple iPhone: Rocking world

Everywhere it is Apple iPhone. Yes, the Apple iPhone is catapulting leaps and bounds getting the cult status in the domain of mobile users; of course, of its feature rich functionalities and high-defining features.

No doubt, the Apple iPhone has everything for everyone. Specially for globe-trotting executives, it is very much helpful and comes handy. Users will remain in contact with his friend, peers and colleagues, distance not at all matter with an array of high-end configurations. It comes with rich HTML email client and Safari. Safari comes as the most advanced and the latest web browser ever on a portable device, users of the phone can facilitate syncing the bookmarks from your PC or Mac. Moreover, the Safari browsers also include built-in Google and Yahoo! search. So, you can imagine the efficiency and flexibility the user of the phone would be enjoying.

It is worth to mention that the Apple iPhone is fully enabled to do multi-tasking, so users can read their favorite web pages of their choice, while at the same time download the received emails in the background over Wi-Fi or EDGE.

What is EDGE? EDGE, acronym of Enhanced Data GSM Environment is a faster and the latest version of the Global System for Mobile (GSM) wireless service. The best point of the technology is that it has been designed to deliver data at rates up to 384 Kbps, which enables the delivery of multimedia and other broadband applications to mobile phone like Apple iPhone.

What is Wi-Fi? Any products in our case the Apple iPhone it means the product is interoperable with other products, even if they are from different manufacturers. Thus, it gives up the independence of compatibility with to other resource products and maximizes its potential.

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Nintendo Wii: a new game plan.

Like any other game console manufacturers, the Japanese multinational corporation – Nintendo was happy to slog it out with its competitors like Sony and Microsoft over the tiny market of virtual gamers – a group comprising mainly of youngsters in their teen age to mid twenties. Till their earlier gaming console Nintendo GameCube, the company's strategy was no different from its competitors, with their gaming consoles needed furious key pressing by the gamer. However, with their latest offering – the Nintendo Wii now aims to take the surreal world of video gaming to people previously untouched by this revolution. The Nintendo Wii is not just aimed to compete against Microsoft's X-Box and Sony's PlayStation 3, but also open up new areas of opportunity for the video gaming industry as a whole.

The most fascinating aspect of the Nintendo Wii is its wireless controller with three dimensional motion detection capabilities. There were instances when wireless gaming controllers were experimented with earlier, however, it is for the first time that any gaming consoles are produced in a commercial basis. Thereby, video gaming is no longer about feverishly pressing 'control' and 'action' keys. The Nintendo Wii controller acts as a pointing device that can detect motion and rotation in three dimension. Next time when you play a game that involves high speed car chase, you simply turn the wireless control left or right instead of pressing left or right, so that you get the perfect drift to slip through a sharp cut.

This level of involvement of gamers and the feel of the game have done wonders. The intensity of the Nintendo Wii's popularity can be gauged by the simple fact that the Nintendo Wii has already outpaced one of the gaming giants in terms of number of units sold world wide. This seventh generation gaming console have brought in people across a wider demography – from children to parents and grandparents into the realms of video gaming.