i-mate Ultimate 9502
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i-mate Ultimate 9502 - GPS navigation
The i-mate Ultimate 9502 represents the flagship of the Ultimate range and delivers an all in one Windows Mobile device. Powered by 3.5G (HSDPA & HUSDPA), and WiFI and Bluetooth connectivity, the Ultimate 9502's VGA display is perfect for multimedia viewing, or checking through maps using the integrated GPS functionality for navigation. There are dedicated shortcut keys all around the i-mate 9502, allowing easy and fast access to often used applications. The i-mate Ultimate 9502 includes integrated support for Direct Video Out capabilities, providing you with the option to connect it to monitors or projectors and watch videos off it or even use Windows Mobile on a larger screen. This feature was especially included in a business sense so users can perform video conferencing or project slideshows and presentations from the phone itself, making it a viable alternative to a notebook.
i-mate 9502 - Design & Technology
"2008 sees i-mate continue to deliver on its iconic devices and sophisticated services," said Jim Morrison, CEO, i-mate. "The Ultimate range has already won plaudits on its design and strong specifications. The Ultimate 9502 will continue to build on i-mate's design and technology. Each of our devices is designed with different users in mind giving our customers real choice."
i-mate I-Q service
As part of i-mate's service proposition, Mobile World Congress will also mark the launch of i-mate's I-Q Services, a portfolio of services that ensure the best wireless experience out of the box. With I-Q, i-mate can immediately customise user devices, fully support devices on a 24/7 basis and fully protect and if necessary, remotely wipe devices that are lost of stolen. Little as 48 hours. Mobile Operators can use imate I-Q to improve their services to the enterprise segment and to accelerate their time-to-market with new mobile devices to address the rapidly expanding mobile workforce. IDC estimates that the worldwide mobile worker population will grow to 878.2 million in 2009 to account for 21.3 percent of the global work force.
i-Mate Ultimate 9502 smartphone
Morrison concludes, "The mobile industry is starting to develop an approach where a customer can select a device based on what they want and need, not because they are restricted by available options. With the i-mate Ultimate 9502 device, powered by Windows Mobile and customised for the enterprise, we believe we are delivering what our customers are asking for."
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