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Meet the Hyundai’s W-100, a phonewatch with 1.3-megapixel camera, and 176 x 144 resolution touchscreen, bilingual support (English/Chinese) and an MP3 player. It has microSD slot and Bluetooth . Still, no info about pricing or availability, but we’ll be watching for that watch and you can find more photos below the cut.


The LG MSB-100 is a cool Bluetooth speaker. Looks pretty cool with its black finish and speakers that are highlighted in white. The speaker also is a speakerphone at conferences. This bears witness to its amazing (stereo) sound output. The MSB-100 is promises us good compatibility with the scores of LG (and other) handsets that offer stereo Bluetooth. and for sure it’s portability.

The LG MSB-100 Stereo Bluetooth Speaker should be available by May for $120.

moto-h680.jpgAnd the last jewel from Motorola’s — H680 Bluetooth headset, that made its debut at the CTIA. The feather-light 0.42 ounce headset comes with a charging case that is made from the same vacuum metal material and clear plastic, and can be plugged into either a wall or car charger. It has eight-hours of talk time and an eight days of standby time.

Let’s wait not for the miracle, but the third quarter of this year.

wep420.jpgSamsung Electronics showcased the high-class Bluetooth Headset ‘WEP 420’, designed by Bang & Olufsen, for the first time at CeBIT 2007 in Hanover, Germany. To offer simplistic design and usability, the Samsung WEP 420’s buttons are hidden behind a sliding cover. The special sliding cover blocks static to increase the overall sound quality. And WEP 420 comes packaged with a uniquely designed charger cradle that may be used as an interior decoration item. In addition, Samsung also showcased the newest Mini Bluetooth Headset, the WEP500. WEP 500 prides itself on an innovative design of round shapes and easy-to-use features.

The Samsung WEP 420 is available in March and WEP 500 will be launched within 2nd quarter 2007 in Europe and Asia.

Posted February 28th, 2007 in Mobile Phones

u900_g2.jpgThe U900 model is one of the upcoming Linux-phones line. This nice little baby has UMTS 3G support. The phone is supported with a 2″ QVGA (240×320 pixels), 262K color display screen and a 2MP CMOS camera (with flash). It supports most multimedia formats like MP3, AAC, JPEG, GIF, BMP, etc.

Plus video playback. There’s a whole 100MB of memory for users and a microSD expansion slot. Connectivity specs include Bluetooth and USB support. Other features - FM Radio, Front camera for video conferencing, WAP and HTML browsing and GPRS. The phone is powered by a Li-Ion 1000 mAh battery and provides with talk time of 2.5 hours.

It sounds really promising.

blu_sens_g14.jpg WiFi, the latest and greatest feature addition that seems to ensure heavy press if you integrate it, right or wrong doesn’t matter. Here we have the Blu:sens G14 that has integrated the WiFi in a way that makes you wonder what Microsoft was thinking. Blu:sens will allow users so share songs with others wirelessly, and the recipients will be able to keep the data for good. DRM is out the window in this situation.


Posted January 15th, 2007 in Miscellaneous

MoGo Dapter is finger-nail sized Bluetooth Adapter that plugs into any laptop or tablet USB port. The Dapter uses advanced technologies - Bluetooth standard v2.0 +EDR and USB 2.0 - to provide you with quicker connection times, enhanced voice and multimedia quality, greater Wi-Fi environments, and up to three-times-faster data-transfer speeds than v1.2 Adapters.

Sounds great, looks tiny, available in the second quarter for around $49.99.

Toshiba TS605Toshiba presented ‘TS605′, its 10.3-mm thick slim mobile phone. The TS605 features 1.9″ 176×220 pixel TFT display in 262,000 colours, a 1.3 megapixel digital camera, microSD expandable memory (up to 1Gb, but there’s only 5.5Mb on board), Bluetooth, an MP3/AAC and video clip player, FM radio, email client and WAP browser. All of that fits into a handset weighing only 79 grams. It will be available in pink and green color targeting young generation.


If you were looking for a simple and efficient way to print on the road, in a plane, a boat, or in the middle of the desert, a contract worth millions of something - you’ll be happy to know (at least I hope) that Brother offers a new compact A6 printer measuring 160×210×18.5mm and weighing 500g. It is PC, Pocket PC 2003/2003 SE and WM 5.0 compatible, has a 300×300dpi resolution, and prints at 20ppm. You can connect this printer via Bluetooth, IRDA or USB. I guess Brother knows best if there is really a market for such printers.

Posted December 22nd, 2006 in GPS and PDAs

iPAQ rx5000HP has unveiled a spanking new handheld GPS navigation unit that looks extremely good. The iPAQ rx5000 Travel Companion fits into your palm comfortable, boasting a 3.5″ anti-glare touchscreen LCD display and is powered by the SiRFStar III GPS chipset. Additional features include integrated WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.