Krusell: Sony Ericsson W810i finally number one!

After three consecutive months on top of this list, Motorola RaZr V3/V3i/V3c has to leave its top position to our new number one, Sony Ericsson W810i. – We are not surprised that the black twin of the W800 is finally taking over this list, says Ulf Sandberg, Managing Director at Krusell International AB. – The upgraded version of the W800 is one of the most versatile phones on the market, a must have for both music lovers and shutterbugs.1. (4) Sony Ericsson W810i2. (1) Motorola RaZr V3/ V3i /V3c3. (2) Sony Ericsson K750i/D750i/W800i4. (3) Nokia 6230/6230i5. (6) Nokia N706. (5) Nokia 6280/62827. (-) PalmOne Treo 600/650/7008. (7) Qtek 9100/ I-mate K-Jam9. (-) Motorola V1150/Razr V3X10. (10) Qtek S200/I-mate Jamin( ) = last month’s position.The Swedish manufacturer of carrying cases for portable electronics, Krusell, has released their “Top 10”-list for June 2006. The list is based upon the number of pieces of model specific mobile and smart phone cases that have been ordered from Krusell during June 2006. Krusell’s list is unique due to the fact that it reflects the sales of phones on six continents and in more than 50 countries around the globe.

Pavion KCN9000 Portable Navigator

kcn-9000-323.jpg“Pavion launched their newest portable navigation to the market, the KCN 9000 sports a 3.5-inch QVGA Samsung TFT touch screen LCD with resolutions of 320 x 240 pixels, brightness of 200 cd/m2, and a SD memory card slot. KCN 9000 uses the new GPS SiRF Star III module. The whole system is powered by ATLAS2 with 300Mhz processor, 32MB ROM, 64MB RAM running on Microsoft Windows CE.NET 4.2 (core version). On the surface, it has a built-in RS-232 port, USB port, Stereo output port and AV In port. The things that were included in the package are a cradle, SD memory card, cigar jack, USB cable and AC power adaptor. No words on the pricing yet.” via

dMedia System Co. launches G4 navigation device

“If you cruise around your home town quite often, you really shouldn’t get lost finding your way to any major attraction, but when you find yourself in foreign territory, it’s easy to take a wrong turn and end up in a not so nice neighbourhood. Prices for GPS handheld devices are getting cheaper and cheaper, and it seems to best compete in the market, you need a large-ish screen, in a small-ish form factor, with loads of extra functionality. The G4 GPS navigation device for d-Media System Company is the latest addition to this craze of electronic map-reading and way-finding. With a wide 4-inch display and a number of additional features, the G4 is quite the sight to behold. The e-compass and G sensor ensure that you are still heading in the right direction when you drive through tunnels or over bridges, and the built-in Bluetooth support is a definite bonus.Already know the route? Then shut off the GPS side of things and play some MPEG4 videos to entertain the kiddies on the long drive to grandma’s house. No word on pricing, but you can probably figure out the North American availability thing.” via

Tri mode AMPS / CDMA / PCS CDMA cellphone Pantech TX215A

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“The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved the TX-215A cellphone made by the South Korean company Pantech. This phone is packed in a clamshell form and supports CDMA 2000 1x networking in addition to ordinary AMPS / CDMA and PCS CDMA.The short specs:
Graphical menu
Internet surfing, downloading of pictures, melodies and so on
Main LCD: TFT, 262K colors
External LCD: CSTN, 65536 colors
Speaker phone and voice recognition
1.3-megapixel camera
SMS, MMS, E-Mail messages
Other functions: calendar, alarm clock, world time, notes, calculator, stopwatch” via