Comments: 0Wednesday, June 1st 2011 - 17:40 CEST
Garmin International announces the new Garmin Montana handheld GPS device, the most advanced Garmin handheld featuring a ruggedized design with multiple mounting and battery options, dual-orientation and screen layout options and support for a wide range of Garmin cartography. The Garmin Montana has a barometric altimeter for elevation profiling and ability to profile the route ahead using included worldwide elevation model. The included 3-axis compass gives it a heading while standing still or not held level. Garmin Montana’s responsive touchscreen is a sprawling 4-inches and the photos taken by its 5-megapixel autofocus camera are displayed in sunlight-readable brilliant color. It's versatile. It's tough. It earned the name Montana.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, June 1st 2011 - 13:30 CEST
Garmin International announces the redesigned and upgraded eTrex handheld GPS device, evolving from one of the world’s most reliable and popular handhelds, with millions sold. This entry level option has been given enhanced ergonomics, an improved interface, paperless geocaching and in certain models, a 65k color screen with expanded mapping capabilities. The new additions to the Garmin eTrex GPS line-up, along with up to 25 hours of battery life, make the new Garmin eTrex handheld devices more versatile and user-friendly, while maintaining its storied toughness and durability. The Garmin eTrex GPS receiver was announced in preparation for the Teva Mountain Games in Vail, CO, where it will be prominently displayed at the Garmin booth, June
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Comments: 0Tuesday, September 8th 2009 - 01:30 CEST
GPS handheld devices provide the rambler with a lot of useful information. Also in the field of geo-caching, a number of interesting developments have taken place over the last few years. One of the applications of such devices is auto navigation. When I was asked to review the Garmin Nüvi 1240, one of the easiest car navigation models available, I expected to be done fairly quickly. However, this seemingly simple navigation system proves to have a lot more to offer, in order to make traveling to unknown destinations a lot easier.• Read our full Garmin car navigation review.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, March 17th 2009 - 00:40 CET
Nintendo pioneered hand-held entertainment in the ’80s and made it fully mobile with the Game Boy video game system. Now, Nintendo is transforming the way people access, experience, create and share content with the new Nintendo DSi system, the third iteration of the world’s best-selling portable video game system. Nintendo DSi launches in the United States on April 5, 2009, at an MSRP of $169.99. The colors available at Nintendo DSi launch will be Blue and Black. Additional features and news of Nintendo DSi will be revealed as April 5 approaches.
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Comments: 1Thursday, October 18th 2007 - 11:45 CEST
Nokia intros the Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, opening new doors and opportunities in wireless portable internet communication. The pocket-sized Nokia N810 Internet Tablet can be connected to an Wi-Fi hotspot or over your Bluetooth mobile phone. The Nokia N810 Internet Tablet let you to make internet calls; check your e-mail or facebook account; watch the latest funny videos on YouTube or update your blog website using the device's slide-out keyboard along with its big LCD touch screen. Its built-in GPS and satellite navigation maps helps you to find your way to your destiny. The Nokia internet tablet is expected to start shipping around November 15th with an estimated retail price of 337 Euro / 479 US$ / 234 GBP excluding local taxes.
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Comments: 0Friday, March 9th 2007 - 16:26 CET
Socket Communications, an innovative provider of mobile productivity products, today unveiled its new handheld mobile computer specifically designed to make essential business mobile productivity solutions possible and affordable. The company's extensive line of mobile data collection and networking connectivity peripherals combined with the new handheld make Socket a one-stop supplier of mobile computing hardware systems.
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Comments: 0Thursday, January 11th 2007 - 02:07 CET
SingTel, Palm, Inc. and Research In Motion (RIM) today announced the first availability of BlackBerry Connect for the Palm Treo 650 smartphone. With BlackBerry Connect, SingTel customers now have a wider choice of devices that support the robust and secure BlackBerry services and a wider choice of wireless email solutions that support the feature-rich Treo 650. Vicki Brady, SingTel's vice president of Consumer Marketing, said, "SingTel is proud to be the first operator in the world to bring the Palm Treo 650 smartphone with BlackBerry Connect to its customers.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 5th 2007 - 03:40 CET
Motorola Inc, a global leader in wireless communications and in mobile entertainment and productivity, announced the launch of its new flagship entertainment PDA – MotoRokr E6. A complete re-visioning of traditional music and PDA devices, the E6 is an elegantly designed entertainment handset that is a productivity enhancer as well – a device created to enhance the lifestyles of professionals on the go.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 3rd 2007 - 01:43 CET
High Tech Computer Corp. provider of Microsoft Windows Mobile-based devices, today launched in the US the company's first full-QWERTY Smartphone: the powerful, sleek T-Mobile Dash. Announced today at the fall Digital Life conference, the Dash Smartphone from HTC features a unique soft-touch exterior, packed with the latest Windows Mobile 5.0 technology; enabling people to work, play and stay connected easily, efficiently and effectively. T-Mobile Dash allows you to stay in touch with loved ones via a unique calling plan, connect to data networks via Wi-Fi, experience music and video on the go, access all Mobile Office applications, send and receive push e-mail, and browse the Internet - all on a device that's sleek, smart and complete.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, January 3rd 2007 - 00:52 CET
The Smartphone, which has been named the "SoftBank X01HT," features HSDPA technology that will deliver a faster mobile broadband experience to Japanese customers (data transfer rates of up to 1.8 Mbps on downlink and 384 Kbps on uplink). This technology enables mobile phone users to rapidly download video clips, music tracks, images etc. The "SoftBank XO1HT" is also equipped with wireless LAN functionality, allowing users to connect to the Internet at high speeds in wireless LAN environments at home, at work, and in public.
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