The new Mitsubishi Colt CZC packs a punch to its similar rivals, such as the Peugeot 206 and Mercedes Benz SLK. It comes with the following specs:
The Nokia 5500 Sport, is a phone that you could use to stay in touch. The Nokia 5500 Sport also offers "text-to-speech" technology. Don't take your eyes off the track or that magazine, just tap the Nokia 5500 Sport and the message is read out to you. In sports mode, the Nokia 5500 Sport reads the status of your workout, allowing you to stay focused on the task, or the excercise, at hand.
When music is on your mind, the Nokia 5500 Sport gives you a jump start. Supporting a multitude of different digital music formats and memory cards of up to 1GB (microSD), the Nokia 5500 Sport can hold approximately 750 songs. With your music collection in hand, every activity has its own soundtrack!
Switched into sports mode, the Nokia 5500 Sport helps you keep track of work or your work-out. The integrated pedometer feature serves to monitor distance walked or calories burnt -during a busy day in the city or that breathtaking cardio session. For extra durability, the Nokia 5500 Sport features an ergonomic stainless steel casing, complemented by a splash and dust resistant shell and rubber grips.The sleek Nokia 5500 Sport is engineered with materials used in the latest high performance running shoes which make it look good on and off the court.
The triband Nokia 5500 Sport (GSM 900/1800/1900) is scheduled to sprint into stores during the summer (3rd quarter) of 2006 and is expected to retail for around 300 EUR before taxes and subsidies.
PlayStation 3 (PS3) will be available in Japan on 11 November followed by an European and American launch in less than a week later. Sony has taken a leaf out of Microsoft's book by offering 2 versions - a low-end $499 version and the more expensive $599 version. The $499 version comes with a 20GB hard drive with no HDMI support, making it useless to watch HDCP-protected films. The astronomically expensive $599 version comes with a 60GB hard drive.
There's no mistaking what this Mercedes A-Class is all about, because Merc has handily named it the A-Class Special Edition.
It's based on the Classic SE model in three- and five-door shapes, and comes with 16in alloy wheels and a choice of two metallic paint finishes.
Inside the Special Edition there are cloth seats and an aluminium trim pack, as well as cruise control.
The latest car to be blessed by Prodrive's brilliance is the Mazda RX-8, which becomes the limited edition RX-8 PZ.
Only 800 PZs will be built and all benefit from bespoke Prodrive suspension modifications that lower the ride height by 15mm and are honed specifically for UK roads.
There are unique 18in alloy wheels for the PZ and a rear spoiler, and there's also custom-made rear exhaust section.
Performance is unchanged from the standard 228bhp RX-8, the PZ concentrating on handling.
Pantech has announced that it plans to showcase the brand new PG-2800 GSM ‘finger writing recognition phone,’ along with 31 of its other most technologically advanced and stylish handsets at the SVIAZ Expo Comm trade show in Moscow, Russia, this week.
The PG-2800 model’s keypad recognizes and processes the individual user’s writing of text messages. Consumers can either push individual keys or write letters with their fingers on the keypad when looking up words in the electronic dictionary or sending text messages.
The unique ‘finger writing recognition’ function allows users to avail of faster, more convenient communication and is especially useful for inputting text in Russian characters, as well as in the Chinese language.
For Knight Rider fans out there, here’s some good news. Knight Rider is going to be resurrected in big screen format. A Knight Rider movie is in the works and production will start next year. Of course, Michael Knight will be played by someone else and not the original actor David Hasselhoff, but William Daniels, the original voice actor for KITT could make a comeback. Though I wonder if they will still use the old Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. There has been several updates to the Firebird, and here’s one of the newer models shown above.
The Toshiba GigaBeat S30 is the first player from the Toshiba line that is powered by Windows Portable Media Center. That translates to clear menus and easy navigation between pictures, videos, TV shows, and MP3's. The cross-shaped pad makes navigation a cinch when compared with Apple's iPods, although fanboys are sure to cry foul.