Intressanta Nyheter om Prylar hittade med sökmotorn 03/16/2008

Japan's iPhone look alike has a sliding keypad  Annotated

tags: gadgets, iphone, mobile, phone, prylar, smartphone

the Softbank 921SH also known as FullFace2. It looks like an iPhone, but it has a standard 9 button keypad

    Fujifilm Finepix s8100fd Review and User Opinions. 10 Megapixels Reviews by Digital Trends.  Annotated

    tags: camera, fujifilm, gadgets, kamera, prylar

    the S8100fd, an 18x mega zoom camera with an attractive focal length of 27-486mm.
      the new S8100fd costs less than $400 USD and it just might be a perfect camera to take on your next vacation.

        Updated images of the LG VX9100 enV2 (Phone Arena)  Annotated

        tags: gadgets, lg, pics, prylar, smartphone

        The VX9100 is an upgrade to the enV, with a more streamlined appearance; featuring a QVGA internal display, stereo speakers, 2MP camera, microUSB port, and a microSDHC memory card slot. Unfortunately, only a WAP browser will be included on the device.

          Första intrycket av Ipaq 614  Annotated

          tags: hp, ipaq, mobiltelefon, prylar, smartphone

          Vid första anblicken kan Ipaq 614 nästan ge intryck av att vara en vanlig mobil, om än av det lite större slaget. Men skärmen är tryckkänslig och operativsystemet är den avancerade varianten av Windows Mobile.

            Fujifilm digitalkameror Digital Kamera Test  Annotated

            tags: digitalkameror, fujifilm, kamera, prylar

            Nu kommer vårens första modeller från Fujifilm. Bland dem hittar vi världens minsta 12x zoomkamera, en ultraglamorös bloggkamera och en helt ny serie familjekameror. Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd är världens minsta kamera med 12x optisk zoom.

              LG enV2, Motorola W755 in glorious detail - Engadget Mobile  Annotated

              tags: gadgets, lg, prylar, smartphone

              super-simple candybar appearance when the QWERTY clamshell is in its upright and locked position. Looks like it'll come in at least two colors to start -- black and maroon -- and we're also hearing that the name "enV2" is being tossed around

                Asus M536 3G PDA Phone with QWERTY | iTech News Net - Latest Gadget News and Reviews  Annotated

                tags: asus, gadgets, prylar, qwerty, smartphone

                Asus presents the M536 3G PDA phone

                  ASUS announces two new Windows Mobile Professional Smartphones « What A Smart Idea  Annotated

                  tags: asus, gadgets, mobile, phones, prylar, smartphones

                  ASUS announced the latest range of Windows Mobile Professional smartphones, the ASUS-Lamborghini ZX1 and ASUS P320
                    Release dates and availability are not known yet.

                      DivX certifies six more Blu-ray players - Gadgetell  Annotated

                      tags: blu-ray, divx, gadgets, hardware, players, prylar

                      Six additional Blu-ray players have just been certified by DivX
                        25 hours of DVD-quality video can now be saved on a single Blu-ray disc
                          DivX certified players from Philips, Denon, and Panasonic can enjoy Blu-ray disc burning as their DivX certification becomes official. The latest players that received their certification included the Panasonic DMP-BD30EE, Philips BDP7200 and the Denon DVD-2500BTC1B, DVD-3800BDC1B, DVD-3800BDSP and DVD-2500BTSP.

                            The new kind of HTC Slider » Unwired View  Annotated

                            tags: design, future, gadgets, htc, prylar, smartphone

                            based on a recent patent filing by HTC, called “Handheld electronic device” , describing just such a handset.

                              Htc: HTC's Patent Shows New Type of QWERTY Slider  Annotated

                              tags: gadgets, htc, patent, prylar, qwerty, smartphone

                              Their latest patent shows a device that combines the texting convenience of a QWERTY keyboard but keeps a dialpad in as well
                                having the phone slide diagonally into the QWERTY position, then diagonally back into the dialing position