PDAs

Palm Treo 650 uses BlackBerry connect

Palm Treo 650 uses BlackBerry connect

Optus, Palm and Research In Motion (RIM) today announced the availability of BlackBerry Connect for the Palm Treo 650 smartphone on the Optus network in Australia. BlackBerry Connect enables new and existing Treo 650 users to benefit from many popular features of the “push”-based BlackBerry architecture via BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

With BlackBerry Connect, Optus customers have a greater choice of mobile devices that are supported by the robust and secure capabilities of BlackBerry services and a wider choice ofwireless email solutions on the feature-rich Palm Treo 650 smartphone.

Virtual Assistant from NEC

Virtual Assistant from NEC

Nec introduces a virtual assistant that -they think- will revolutionize how humans interact with electronic devices. The assistant looks like a virtual version of NEC's PaReRo friendly robot. Nec's goal is to use the assistant as the interface for all kinds of devices like PDA, Phone, GPS, you name it. The idea is simple: Nec thinks that it can simplify many tasks by letting the user interact with the assistant, rather than learning from scratch how to use a new device. Users will also be able to transport the assistant's memory from one device to the other to avoid re-teaching each new device.

Palm Treo 700p

Palm Treo 700p

Palm today announced the Palm Treo 700p smartphone, which includes hardware and software innovations centered on usability, connectivity, multimedia and compatibility. As the first Palm OS CDMA-based Treo smartphone to offer the broadband speeds of the EvDO (Evolution Data Optimized) network, the Treo 700p smartphone helps customers better balance their personal and professional lives by combining an easy-to-use mobile phone with high-speed wireless data access to web, email, business and multimedia applications.

Pricing and availability for the Palm Treo 700p smartphone will be announced later by Sprint and Verizon Wireless.

Blackberry 7130c approved by FCC

Blackberry 7130c approved by FCC

The FCC has approved the new Blackberry 7130c, 7130g and 7130v. One of these three will be determined by the FCC as the model to be released for consumers. The logo on the 7130c, however, shows pretty clearly that it will be available for Cingular users.

Shinco GM400 Voyager GPS system

Shinco GM400 Voyager GPS system

The Shinco GM400 Voyager comes with 2D/3D maps with over 2 million points of interest. The 4” LCD touchscreen displays data in a crisp manner, with day/brightness mode for greater energy efficiency. It comes preloaded with UK maps, and you have the option to purchase U.S., Asia, and Europe maps as well.

TORQ N100 PDA with GPS

TORQ N100 PDA with GPS
The TORQ N100 is a PDA phone with an onboard receiver that supports Traffic Message Channel (TMC). The N100 comes with a 2.8" touchscreen display, location SMS, Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity, a 1.3-megapixel camera, hands-free dialing capability, and a GPRS Wizard for easy configuration of data services like GPRS, MMS, and WAP.  The TORQ N100 will be on sale soon in U.S. and Canada.

O2 Xda Atom Pure

O2 Xda Atom Pure

O2 announced the launch of the Xda Atom Pure, a white limited edition version of the popular Xda Atom. Sporting the same sleek profile, the Xda Atom Pure is just as smart, just as sexy, and just as mighty. It contains all of the powerful features you’ve come to know and love from the original. Like its predecessor, the Xda Atom Pure measures only 58(W)* 102(L)* 18.5(T) mm, and weighs just 140g.

Dell plan’s to close down its Axim department

Dell plan’s to close down its Axim department

Dell plans to close down its PDA R&D department to concentrate on convergence devices like a PDA with phone functions, something like the Treo. Well, if that happens, expect a huge price drop on the Axim, since its going to lack technical support.

Palm and Verizon gives Treo 700w a 1.10 update

Palm and Verizon gives Treo 700w a 1.10 update

Palm and Verizon have released the 1.10 update for the Treo 700w, including push email capability to increase the smartphone's wide array of functionality. It used to lack email, but now, you can reconsider buying it.

Motorola Q soon

Motorola Q soon

The Motorola Q featured on Verizon's site, comes with a brilliant 65k color QVGA TFT display with 320 x 240 resolution in landscape more, a fully QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth, IrDA, and miniUSB connectivity, a 1.3-megapixel camera with flash and video capture, EV-DO high-speed data, a miniSD slot for memory expansion options, and runs on Windows Mobile 5.0 platform.

TORQ P120 smartphone

TORQ P120 smartphone

TORQ P120 is a Windows Mobile 5.0 OS based smartphone with Quad Band GSM and  full functionalities of a PDA. TORQ comes in two cover either silver or black. It provides you with color display of 65,536 colors on screen of 240x 320 pixels. This phone includes Samsung 400 Mhz processor, 128 MB of ROM , 64 MB of RAM, SD / MMC card slot,1.3 Megapixel Camera with LED Flash, WiFi 802.11b and Bluetooth connectivity. The TORQ P120 comes with a  rechargable 1440 mAh Lithium Ion battery This phone will definitely give you a nice look of old-time Palm V.  

Nokia E61: Blackberry Killer

Nokia E61: Blackberry Killer

This month along with Nokia N91, Nokia E61: Blackberry Killer is also making its appearance. Nokia E61 (more affectionately called as ) "The Nokiaberry"    is first smartphone in competence with RIM's BlackBerry line and the Motorola Q. This smartphone is 117 x 70 x 14 mm in dimension and weigh only 144 grams. It sports a QVGA screen with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and 16M colour depth adding more dimension to vision. It supports for basic email via POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP. With its broad range of connectivity, the Nokia E61 feature screen is fitted with tri-band GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz and WCDMA 2100 Mhz, supporting Wi-Fi 802.11b, Bluetooth 1.2 with support for up to 6 concurrent connections, Infrared and USB 2.0. A 75MB of internal memory is provided with miniSD card slot for expanding its non-volatile memory.E61 is all equipped with light sensors and not to forget, the QWERTY thumbboard. The estimated price for the device is $499.99. 

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