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PDAs

LG MFFM20 Mp3 Player

by FreshEffect on July 23, 2006

LG MFFM20 Mp3 Player

LG’s MFFM20 is a flash-based Mp3 player which features 512MB or 1GB of memory. The MFFM20 also features an OLED display, PlayForSure compatibility, and a 20-hour battery life. No word on price or availablitly.

Via Engadget.

Fujitsu N100 And N110 PDAs

by Johan on July 20, 2006

Fujitsu N100 And N110 PDAs

Fujitsu Siemens launched its Pocket Loox PDAs, Fujitsu N100 and N110. Both models are powered by a Samsung 300MHz processor with 64Mb of RAM running on Windows Mobile 5. these PDAs support a large 2.8 Inch 65K TFT LCD screen with resolutions of 240 x 320 pixels. They are also feature the GPS SiRF Star III chipset for smooth and fast navigation and preinstalled Navigon Mobile navigator 6 software and maps. In addition, N100 comes with 1GB of miniSD memory cards while the N110 has 2GB of on-board flash memory. Each weighs 110 grams and measures of 8.9 cm x 6.2 cm x 1.6 cm. These Pocket Loox PDAs are on the market with the price of £206.

Via RegHardware.

Motorola Holux - New PDA With Special GPS Chip

The Motorola Holux is now equipped with an integrated GPS location software. Holux uses a special GPS chip which is extremely efficient. Based on a Linux platform, the device features the special MotoMap software which allows the user to view the surrounding area in 2D / 3D, a bird’s eye point of view and even an option of viewing it in day time or night time.

Via Phoney World.

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HTC Hermes

by Johnick on June 12, 2006

HTC Hermes

HTC Hermes is the first Windows Mobile phone in the world. With a fast 400MHz processor, 128 MB of RAM and 128mb of fixed memory, the unit can greatly help those on the move. The phone comes with Bluetooth capabilities, a 2.0 MP camera and a small standard keyboard. UberGizmo via Cellphones@TechFresh.

Nokia E61 First Look

by Johan on June 9, 2006

Nokia E61 First Look

Nokia E61 has a built-in light meter that will adjust the brightness of the screen to be optimal for any conditions. You can also use this feature to increase the battery life. The resolution is only 320×240 but text and images look crisp and the screen really is nice to look at and use. It supports the most common features of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel (Microsoft Office 97, 2000, XP and 2003) and compatible with Zip Manager and Adobe Reader. Using this Nokia E61, you can edit or create slides, spreadsheets and documents with supported programs. This cellphone works well at GSM bands (850/900/1800/1900) and WCDMA 2100. Read more specs at Nokia. Via Cellphones @ TechFresh / OhGizmo!

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