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TyTN Smartphone Reviewed: verdict “Expensigreat”

TyTN Smartphone Reviewed: verdict “Expensigreat”

The gilted Matthew Miller over at ZDNet has got his hands on a rather swanky HTC TyTN and is kind enough to write us jealous peons a review.  Running Windows Mobile Phone Edition (the TyTN, that is, not Matthew) with a slide-out keyboard and 3G network support, it's a business-oriented powerhouse squeezed into a compact chassis.

Rather than me paraphrasing Matthew's whole article, you should probably go over there and read it yourself.  He has pretty photos and words and everything.

TyTN: Smartphone of your dreams? [The Mobile Gadgeteer]

HTC Artemis PDA Phone With Integrated GPS

HTC Artemis PDA Phone With Integrated GPS

Mucking around with a phone, PDA or GPS is dangerous while driving. If you’re going to use a device similar to the HTC Artemis, please be familiar with the device enough so that it doesn’t consume a lot of your time while operating your car. This PDA phone is HTC’s first handset with integrated GPS. It doesn’t have a QWERTY keyboard, but does feature a 2-megapixel camera, microSD, WiFi, TI OMAP 850 200MHz CPU, Bluetooth, FM Radio, and 64MB of onboard memory. Set to hit stores in Q3 2006. No announcement of price.

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Mobile Compia PDA for Day Traders

Mobile Compia PDA for Day Traders

Day traders don’t get your hopes up just yet because the MC-700 is probably not going to be available state side. This PDA is designed and built for folks with the need to stay on top of stock tickers. The 3.5-inch touch screen LCD is optimized for displaying stock market information. It’s likely made for the Korean market running on their CDMA network. Other features include 64MB SDRAM, 128MB FlashROM and a miniSD slot for memory expansion. The MC-700 sports a 312 MHz Xscale PXA270 chip set running on Windows CE 5.0 (yuck!).

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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.
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