Sony Cyber-shot T2

November 2, 2007


The new Cyber-shot T2 is snazzy, small and boxy. The generous 4GB internal memory turns the Cyber-shot T2 into a digital photo album, allowing you to store and share your pictures on the go. To help you organise these photos, it comes with a state-of-the-art Automatic Images Management System.

Comes in black, white and 3 acidic colours… An attractive block…

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The new players come in 2, 4 and 8GB. The white version here is 8GB  with large 1.8 inch colour LCD that can be used horizontally & vertically. The NWZ-S618F supports Windows Media Player and uses the Drag and Drop function to easily transfer files from your PC to your WALKMAN Video MP3 Player. This the a softer version compared to the Sony NW-A808.

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Vertu Ascent Ti

November 2, 2007


The Ascent Ti uses a specially made version of the third generation of the popular Symbian S40 Operating System. The phone features a large number of themes all of which are automobile related. One innovative feature of the Ascent Ti is the Vertu Fortress application that backs up all data to Vertu’s servers housed in an underground bunker.
Another application included on the Ascent Ti is the WorldMate program also included on the Constellation that converts currency, monitors weather, tracks flights and displays time zones. It is also the first Vertu to include games with Golf and Backgammon games on the phone.
It’s the first time the Vertu seems useful and it even comes with a 3 megapixel camera and 4Gb memory.

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