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CU928 Pocket PC phone for China

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China Unicom mobile operator in China has released the CU928 Pocket PC phone. The matrix slide out style keypad is the first for any pocket PC, it will run on Windows Mobile 2003 Software for Pocket PC with an Intel PXA 263 400MHz CPU. Specifications OS – Windows Mobile 2003 Software for Pocket PC processors, PDA – Intel PXA 263 ...

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Love 1? Me too

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Frontier Labs has unveiled the L1 (Love One) 20GB 1.8-inch hard drive MP3 Player featuring WMA play back, FM radio, voice/direct line-in recording, as well as built-in games, clock, calender and memo function. All packed into a snazzy black and silver alloy metal player just 1.5cm thick. Not a bad price at $369.00 USD but a GMini 20GB will run ...

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NHJ 1.5-inch Wearable Wristwatch TV

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A new wristwatch TV with a 1.5-inch TFT LCD screen will be released in Japan by NHJ Corporation. The VTV-101 is a miniature TV with an internal PLL Synthesizer Tuner for VHF and UHF reception. The 280 x 220 pixel screen measures around 22.2 x 29.5 mm and will display remaining battery, channel number and volume level. The audio output ...

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The Quicklook digital magnifier

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Quicklook is a great idea for visually impaired users who just have trouble seeing the small-print on things in everyday life. The 4-inch TFT LCD can display images from the attached swivel camera module with a magnification of 2X to 5.5X. The device is small, only 10 ounces and will run for about 1.25 hours of constant use.

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Toshiba V401T Wireless Phone With TV

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Vodafone K.K. announced after late April it will offer the V401T by Toshiba, a new handset that features a built-in analog TV tuner. The V401T represents Vodafone K.K.’s second analog TV tuner handset after the V601N by NEC was launched in December 2003. With the V401T, customers can enjoy television broadcasts on a high-quality QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) screen. ...

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NEC Develops 30-Second Recharge Battery

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NEC has developed a battery that is capable of being fully recharged in only 30 seconds. The organic radical battery can be charged to a similar level of power as nickel-hydrogen cells for portable MD players, digital cameras and other electronic devices. The price will be around the same of nickel-hydrogen cell batteries, since it does not contain any expensive ...

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First Smartphone from Arima

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ASP805 is Arima’s first smart phone, a fruit of leveraging the nice experiences on system integration and utilizing mobile devices manufacturing capabilities. With a stylish appearance, ASP805 is an advanced and pen-based smart phone. It is positioned to deliver the ultimate mobile communication and multimedia experiences, and runs on the latest version of the open operating system, Symbian OS and ...

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Matsushita TH-LB10NT LCD projector supports 4 PCs via Wi-Fi

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Matsushita Electrical Industries has just announced the new TH-LB10NT LCD projector supporting up to four seperate PC connections via wireless LAN. Set to go on sale in Japan near the end of April, the 400,000 YEN device is only 2.2kg and has some amazing featres. The TH-LB10NT mobile projector is the first in the world to support wireless connections to ...

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Reciva allows internet radio without a PC

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Many thousands of radio stations worldwide broadcast on the Internet. Unlike traditional DAB and AM/FM radio stations the programmes are instantly accessible regardless of location, providing consumers with an unparalleled variety of digital listening material. The Reciva wireless Internet Radio has everything required to connect to and play radio broadcasts from the Internet, without the use of a Personal Computer. ...

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Sony Ericsson LH-Z200 for Lefties from Virgin Mobile

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Virgin Mobile today unveiled the left-handed Sony Ericsson LH-Z200 mobile phone. Designed with a reversed keypad layout, the buttons are switched from right to left instead of standard left to right. With about seven million lefties in Britain alone, this handset will definitely please these consumers. This simple but clever design makes dialling, texting and menu navigation quicker and easier ...

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Mogo Sim Backup

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The SIM Card Backup from Gadgetstuff.com is a tiny self-contained SIM card reader and writer. If you have ever lost your phone, or damanged your SIM, then this gadget is just what you need. With the Mogo SIM Card Backup you can store your phonebook entries with the press of a button. Insert the SIM into the slot, press the ...

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iRiver iMP-1100 first Disc-man style Multimedia Player

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iRiver has announced a new media player, the iMP-1100. With the shape of a disc-man the successor of the iMP-1000 adds a 2″ TFT Colour Display and DivX, MPEG4, MP3, WMA, ASF and CD-DA support. This is not a huge screen to watch movies on, but being able to play them from CD will be a first for portable media ...

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MSI unveils the Mega Player 515 and Cache 15

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MSI this week announced their new MEGA player series multi-function portable audio MP3 player and the 1.5GB mobile storage unit. These are the latest gadgets announced at CeBIT 2004 from Microstar International. The MSI Mega Player 515 provides up to 14 hours of battery life and comes in 128/256/512MB flash memory capacities. The integrated FM tuner provides memory for 10 ...

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Mini-ITX Introduces the Nanode

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Mini-ITX.com today announced the world’s first Nano-ITX based digital entertainment device – the “Nanode” – created by Hoojum Design. The Nanode is designed around VIA’s EPIA N-Series Nano-ITX Mainboard, and is constructed from high-grade precision cut aluminum, and sports an elegant ceramic matt finish that will complement any living or working environment. The Nanode’s charm and appeal are enhanced by ...

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Review: T-Mobile MDA II / XDA II

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The MDA2 or XDA2 Pocket PC phone (depending what region you are located) is one I have had my eye on for quite some time now. Sporting a very large 3.5 inch screen, camera, 400 Mhz processor, 128MB on-board RAM and SD expansion all wrapped in a GSM phone, well, it just makes my mouth water. The original MDA, although ...

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