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Friday, August 24th 2012 - 11:30 CEST
Philips has created a range of Portable Wireless Speakers that is setting a new standard for mobile devices. Powerful yet portable, the Philips ShoqBox speaker is your personal music companion. The range lets you share music anywhere and select a style and specification that suits the listening experience you want. These Bluetooth-enabled universal speakers give stylish wireless sound anywhere, instantly. Small enough to fit into your shoulder bag, the Philips Shoqbox Portable Wireless Speakers are the perfect accessory on the move. With a li-ion battery for when you are out and about, you get long-lasting performance everywhere. Meanwhile a gesture sensor lets you change a track with a flick of your wrist.
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Thursday, December 31st 2009 - 21:15 CET
Although Philips is a big electronics manufacturer, a large market share of the telecom market does not seem to be in the cards for this giant. Locally, different mobile phones appear here and there, often with little information about the phone specifications. Such as we came across the Philips Xenium X605 cell phone. And that is about all there can be said about it. Except that the Philips X605 touch-screen mobile phone is equipped with a 3.2 Megapixel digital camera, there is not much else worth mentioning. Where, when and if we will come across the Philips Xenium X605 cell phone in real life, is uncertain.
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Thursday, December 31st 2009 - 21:15 CET
China is preparing for a new Smartphone, the Philips D908 Smartphone. Although few to no Philips cell phones appear outside of the Asian market, China seems to be the appointed country to build up a market share. Philips Mobile closed down its cell phone division in 2007, and it is now run by the China Electronics Corporation. The new Philips Smartphone uses Windows Mobile 6.5 and is a fairly powerful smartphone, in terms of technical specifications. The Philips Windows Smartphone has a 3.2-inch color TFT display with a 260,000 colors in a resolution of 480x800 pixels. It also has a digital camera with a 5 Megapixel CMOS image sensor.
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Sunday, September 28th 2008 - 20:35 CEST
With its latest range of GoGear audio and video players Philips sets a new standard in sound quality on the go. The Philips-patented FullSound technology puts the liveliness and natural dynamics back to MP3 music. Consumers experience the same sound quality as in their living room. The stylish premium model of the range, the GoGear SA52 also comes with high-end in ear headphones which support the great sound experience of these portable audio and video players.
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Wednesday, September 24th 2008 - 17:30 CEST
Philips announced the release of the new TransDock family of FM transmitters for the iPod. Originally launched in the U.S. in April 2008, the TransDock, TransDock micro, and TransCast FM are now available from iPod retailers worldwide. Through the 2007 acquisition of Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO), a pioneer in the development of FM transmitters for the iPod, Philips Consumer Lifestyle now features a complete range of MP3 accessories and offers everything users need to optimize their portable music player on the go to best fit their lifestyle.
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Wednesday, April 9th 2008 - 13:00 CEST
Philips, officially 'Royal Philips Electronics NV', is a Dutch electronics company, founded in 1891. Philips manufactures consumer electronics, mobile phones, light bulbs, semi-conductors and medical equipment among other things. One of the latest Philips consumer electronics product is the Philips GoGear SA6185 multimedia player. This media player is capable of playing videos, music, radio and voice-recording. Also pictures can be viewed on it. The version we tested has been equipped with an 8GB internal memory, has a weight of 153 grams and is black.

• Read our full Philips GoGear review.
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Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 16:15 CEST
Philips announced a range of additions to its Made for Nokia XpressMusic products, designed to work with Nokia’s XpressMusic phones for an improved mobile music experience. The new product family consists of four headphone models in a variety of styles complementing Nokia’s new black XpressMusic handsets. The range also includes the Philips Made for Nokia XpressMusic music stand, available in both white and black, which transforms a Nokia XpressMusic phone into a portable stereo set. New in this range of accessories are two cases that are designed for the Nokia XpressMusic phones. The new Philips Made for Nokia XpressMusic accessories will be available in selected countries from September 2007.
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Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 16:08 CEST
Philips announced a range of additions to its Made for Nokia XpressMusic products, designed to work with Nokia’s XpressMusic phones for an improved mobile music experience. The new product family consists of four headphone models in a variety of styles complementing Nokia’s new black XpressMusic handsets. The range also includes the Philips Made for Nokia XpressMusic music stand, available in both white and black, which transforms a Nokia XpressMusic phone into a portable stereo set. New in this range of accessories are two cases that are designed for the Nokia XpressMusic phones. The new Philips Made for Nokia XpressMusic accessories will be available in selected countries from September 2007.
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Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 16:05 CEST
Philips announced a range of additions to its Made for Nokia XpressMusic products, designed to work with Nokia’s XpressMusic phones for an improved mobile music experience. The new product family consists of four headphone models in a variety of styles complementing Nokia’s new black XpressMusic handsets. The range also includes the Philips Made for Nokia XpressMusic music stand, available in both white and black, which transforms a Nokia XpressMusic phone into a portable stereo set. New in this range of accessories are two cases that are designed for the Nokia XpressMusic phones. The new Philips Made for Nokia XpressMusic accessories will be available in selected countries from September 2007.
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Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 16:00 CEST
Philips announced a range of additions to its Made for Nokia XpressMusic products, designed to work with Nokia’s XpressMusic phones for an improved mobile music experience. The new product family consists of four headphone models in a variety of styles complementing Nokia’s new black XpressMusic handsets. The range also includes the Philips Made for Nokia XpressMusic music stand, available in both white and black, which transforms a Nokia XpressMusic phone into a portable stereo set. New in this range of accessories are two cases that are designed for the Nokia XpressMusic phones. The new Philips Made for Nokia XpressMusic accessories will be available in selected countries from September 2007.




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