New Cowon D2 Video Review!

“Here is a cool Video Review of the Cowon D2. As you can see from the video, the reviewer is pretty impressed by the fast interface of the D2 and the comprehensive feature set. Navigation looks like a breeze.The Cowon D2 is a portable PMP with full DMB capabilities and is also equipped with a 2.5″ TFT LCD screen. It has a memory capacity of 2GB and one can also store voice memos using the integrated voice recorder or songs from the FM stereo receiver. You can also expand the memory using an SD/MMC memory card.” via

Xda Zinc communicator at O2 Asia site

Hand“The Xda Zinc will soon be released by O2 Asia operator. We’ve published preliminary info in the news block earlier, now we have official info from the operator’s page.The Xda Zinc resembles HTC Hermes (TyTN), however it is somewhat different. It is equipped with an Intel PXA270 520 MHz processor instead of Samsung 400 MHz. The communicator works in tri-band networks, instead of quad-band GSM, it doesn’t support EDGE, but GPRS. There is the support of UMTS.The specs of O2 Xda Zinc: WCDMA, GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz), GPRS Display – 2.8” 320×240 pixels, 65K colors 2-megapixel camera and VGA-camera for video telephony CPU – Intel PXA270 520 MHz 64 MB RAM and 128 MB flash ROM Slot for miniSD Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), Bluetooth, IrDA, miniUSB Talk time – up to 5 hours Standby time – up to 220 hours Dimensions – 109x58x22.6 mm Weight – 175 g” via

Thin, Smart, and Stylish imate SPL review!

“The SPL is a very solid feeling device, and apart from the cover for the miniUSB port, it is very well designed. The miniUSB port is the sole port on the handset, handling both charging and connectivity – this is great for business users, allowing them to charge the handset with, for example, a laptop computer (which I did on several occasions). The cover for this port is frustratingly hard to get out of the way when you are trying to plug the handset in though; the small rubber link between cover and handset needs to be about twice its current length to be usable.Measuring up at 115mm x 49mm x 12mm (4.5″ x 1.9″ x 0.5″), the i-mate SPL is one of the smallest Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphones around. You can barely feel the device when it’s in your pocket. Slim handsets are all the rage these days, but most are not smartphones, so the SPL comes to us as a pleasant surprise in this regard. A weight of just 102g (3.6oz) also puts it in a very exclusive class of lightweight smartphones.” Read this nice review here: