DXG USA, one of the fastest growing digital camera manufacturers, announced today the new DXG-Roadster all-in-one Personal Media Center that lets you take your entertainment on the road wherever you go. The DXG-Roadster (Model DXG-521) is the only device you’ll ever need to capture precious memories and keep you entertained while traveling. The Roadster is a combination 5 Megapixel digital and video camera, video game and music player with FM radio, voice recorder and storage device, with 32MB of internal storage and an SD slot for additional memory. The DXG-Roadster has a suggested retail price of $199 and is available immediately through leading retailers and the DXG internet website.
LetsGoMobile published the Motorola K1 review. The Motorola K1 mobile cell phone is a rather striking blue colour and it shines and glistens. You can flip open the Motorola KRZR K1. When the phone is closed, the time, date, status indicators and announcements about incoming calls and other matters are given on the external screen. On the one hand, the Motorola KRZR K1 looks professional, but on the other, its shiny appearance makes a rather kitsch impression.
Perfect for travelers, avid photographers or just a quick road trip to visit family and friends, the Smartparts Portable Video & Picture Player provides a clear crisp display of digital video and pictures on its 7-inch viewable hi-definition LCD screen. This Portable Video & Picture Player allows users to view their video and photos directly from a camera or camcorder's memory card as well as play their music anytime allowing them to bring their digital media anywhere. This versatile new player features convenient AA Battery or AC adapter power options, built-in speakers, a headphone jack, MP3 player capability, remote control, USB Flash drive and AV output for easy TV viewing.
Smart phones have been taking the wireless market by storm. Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung) recognizes this growing trend with a focus to continue to provide consumers with slim. "The pressure on mobile professionals and business consumers to stay wired into their e-mail and Internet while away from the office continues to grow by leaps and bounds," said Dale Sohn, President, Samsung Telecommunications America. "To meet that need, Samsung has several quality messaging and smart phones that provide e-mail, voice and Internet services while remaining slim and sleek. We look forward to bringing consumers more devices, such as the Samsung SCH-i760, a CES Innovations Award Honoree."
Sprint and Sanyo today announced the full channel availability of the M1 by Sanyo, a Sprint Power Vision enabled wireless phone that offers an unprecedented combination of features and capabilities aimed at today’s mobile music and entertainment users. As Sprint’s first phone with 1GB of internal memory, the M1 By Sanyo features storage for up to 16 hours of music and other multimedia files including pictures, video clips and voice recording. The M1 by Sanyo’s advanced power management offers up to 18 hours of continuous music playing time to support extended use of the multimedia capabilities. Additional key features include stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, a 2.0 megapixel camera with auto focus, nine equalizer settings for fine tuning the listening experience, and background music mode for listening to music while checking e-mail, surfing the Web or sending text messages. The M1 by Sanyo also has external controls and large external LCD for optimal usability.
Sony Ericsson announces a the W610 Walkman phone. Build on the success of hit-models such as the W810 and to broaden the appeal of the Walkman phone. 20 million Walkman phones have been sold to date. Sony Ericsson also announces a suite of music accessories designed to enhance the Walkman phone listening experience. The W610 Walkman phone is all about the detail, whether this is detail in design that builds on the look of earlier Walkman phones or the detailed combination of mobile music with a credible digital camera. The Sony Ericsson W610 stores up to 470 full-length music tracks on the 512MB Memory Stick Micro (M2) provided, and offers the inventive TrackID music recognition application.
Sony Ericsson announces a Walkman phone; the W880/W888 build on the success of models such as the W810 and to broaden the appeal of the Walkman phone. 20 million Walkman phones have been sold to date. Sony Ericsson also announces music accessories designed to enhance the Walkman phone listening experience. At just 9.4mm thin, the W880 is the slimmest Sony Ericsson phone yet and combines the Walkman phone experience with a device that fits easily into your pocket. The 1GB Memory Stick Micro provided in-box gives you room to store up to 900 tracks, whilst the host of innovative music applications make it easy to get music onto your phone in the first place & search through play lists once its there.
Sony Ericsson introduces the K550 / K550im to the Cyber-shot phone family. Intended to deliver Cyber-shot phones to a broader audience, this new phone helps make sure you never miss a shot. The Sony Ericsson K550 Cyber-shot phone delivers the benefits of the Cyber-shot phone in a compact (14mm thin) form factor that places ease-of-use at its heart. Equipped with a 2.0 megapixel camera with auto focus plus LED photo light and active lens cover, the K550 helps ensure that you’re always ready to shoot and share the best possible images. Add to this Bluetooth technology and Picture blogging and you have a camera phone that takes the complexity out of sharing quality images with friends and family.