Due to be released this summer is the Blackberry Bold. The smartphone features a 624MHz Intel PXA270 processor, a fully redesigned QWERTY keyboard, 3G HSDPA connectivity, and a HVGA 480 x 320 pixels TFT LCD with 65,000 colors. As with previous Blackberrys, the Bold has cam and video recording, social networking, GPS with maps and turn-by-turn directions, Wifi and Bluetooth capability, IM, e-mail, and BlackBerry Media Sync to transfer desktop iTunes music files.
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Wear your cell phone on your sleeve with this EP 2502. The watch is shock and waterproof and features a 1.3-inch OLED screen with a 128 x 160px resolution touch panel, Bluetooth connectivity, and a 2.0 mp camera. It has 64 polyphonic ringtones and plays MP3s and MP4s on its tiny screen. The phone/watch comes with a 512 MB SDcard but will support up to 2GB of memory and should be available this week with a MSRP of $299.99.
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Mobiado has released the Camo, a top of the line cellie for the outdoorsy type. The cami design is hand-painted, so you know that its Limited Edition of 200 isn’t made for the masses. The phone is made of an anodized aluminum shell with stainless steel buttons and a 65k display with a 208 x 208 pixel res. It also features tri-band GSM, Bluetooth support, video streaming, music player and FM, and a 1.3 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash. Contact Mobiado for price and availability details. We just want to know, if a Camo gets lost in the woods and rings, does it still make a sound?
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We keep waiting for the price of GPS receivers to get down to a decent price so that we can stop getting lost. The Refurbished TomTom GO 510 might be the answer. It has a 4-inch screen, a built-in light sensor, hands free usage with Bluetooth, iPod control, and a home dock. It speaks in 36 languages even if you only need one and you can get a one month free trial for traffic reports and road conditions. The Go 510 can be yours for the incredibly low price of $149.00. Not a bad deal for a device that retails new around $400.00. By the way, it comes with a year warranty if you have misgivings about investing in a device that isn’t new.
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Obviously, this is an oversight on someone’s part, but hey, you’d be disappointed in us if we didn’t point these things out, right?
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Where else but on the Internet can you discover other countries’ electronics? Germany’s Cizmo’s new notebook is for work or play. The CX15 features a 15.4-inch HD display, an Intel 45nm Penryn processor,an 8 x dual layer DVD burner, a 2 megapixel webcam, a fingerprint reader, and holds from 2 to 4GB memory. Optional are Wi-Fi, OS, and Bluetooth capabilities. The Cizmo CX15 starts at €1,259.66 (~$2,400.00) and will be available this June.
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E-Ten has two new Windows Mobile Professional Smartphones to tempt you with, the Glofiish M810 and the M750. Both of them have 64MB RAM, 256MB ROM, quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support, a Samsung S3C2442 500 MHz processor, and are Bluetooth 2.0 capable. In addition, each features GPS, a 2.0 megapixel cam with auto-focus, a sliding QWERTY keyboard, a microSD slot, and a 2.8-inch QVGA touchscreen. The M810 has support for tri-band UMTS/HSDPA connectivity. Look for them to be making their retail debut in the next couple of weeks.
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This concept could be the answer to our complaining about cell phone users in cars. Tame syncs your phone, IM, text messaging, Facebook application, etc. to auto-respond when you cannot. You store a message on each face and rotate it for the appropriate response with no button pushing needed. There is also a color coding system (green, yellow, and red) for contact information. With online software, you can customize the messages anywhere there is Internet access with Bluetooth updates. We like the prototype but once again figure the best way to curb cell phone usage while driving is to simply turn it off.
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Samsung has released a Bluetooth 2.0 headset as part of its Slim Series. Making its debut at the CTIA Wireless 2008, the headset allows up to 5 hours talk time with 100 hours of standby. The WEP350 weighs only 7.1 grams, comes in red, black, or silver, and includes a charging cradle, detachable earhook, and travel adapter. Good with Samsung phones or most others that are Bluetooth enabled, it carries a price of $39.99.
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Did you know that Bluetooth technology has now been around for a decade? The Bluetooth Special Interest Group wants to make sure you are aware, as they have thrown up a page that highlights the history of the wireless technology that we know and love. On the page you can check out the different milestones for Bluetooth, starting back in 1998, grab a few free ringtones, and even enter to win a Samsung YP-P2 widescreen digital media player. Heck, even if you don’t care about all that Bluetooth does for us in the world of gadgetry, free stuff is always cool, right? All you have to do in order to enter is vote for your favorite stereo Bluetooth product. The contest closes in a few days, so make haste and head on over.
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