ASUS P525 Pocket PC phone gets reviewed at!

“The P525 runs the Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system, and is thus packed with office productivity features such as push e-mail, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the ability to synchronise calendars, phone books and e-mail with a desktop PC and/or corporate Exchange server. Skype-in and Skype-out are also present, helping you to avoid eating into your regular phone credit while you’re in range of a wireless hotspot.Speaking of wireless, the P525 is an extremely well-connected device, albeit no better than what we’ve come to expect from a modern day smartphone. Wi-Fi (802.11b), GPRS, Bluetooth, Infrared and quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900) are all supported, but one notable omission is 3G connectivity. Synchronisation with a PC is accomplished using either Bluetooth or USB 1.1 connections.”ASUS Status” comes preinstalled by default, which in addition to numerous hardware monitoring features (e.g. memory and battery capacity displays) offers up three different power modes — turbo, standard and power saving. Depending on your selection, the application will automatically throttle CPU speeds and screen brightness settings accordingly.” Read this review here:

Windows Live – for mobile devices now

“Microsoft has been actively developing package of projects called Windows Live. It contains useful Internet applications and resources – email, blogs, search engine, antivirus and so on.Now these resources are available to mobile users – you have to enter address in Internet Explorer Mobile or follow the existing link in MSN Mobile. The users can access the following services: Mail, Spaces (earlier only beta-versions were available), Local, MSNBC News, Fox Sports, Weather, Money, Entertainment – plus beta-versions of Search, and” via