HP iPAQ 310 Travel Companion debuted

“HP has reported the release of its compact navigator iPAQ 310 Travel Companion. The device was announced early in September. Being the travel companion it has the functions useful while traveling. In particular, in addition to navigation it supports images, video, music and games. HP iPAQ 310 Travel Companion is powered by Windows CE 5.0 with HP dedicated interface. The navigator also features a widescreen 4.3” 800×480 touch sensitive display, Centrality Titan (600 MHz) processor, 128 MB RAM, 2 GB ROM (plus microSDHC slot), Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, miniUSB jack.HP iPAQ 310 Travel Companion is already commercially available in the US. The company says it meant the navigator and some other devices for the Christmas season. The price tag makes up $449.” via mobile-review.com

Nokia N81 8GB review: N series N gaged

“As you all know, there are two versions of the handset – standard and 8GB. The standard version features a memory card slot, the other has none but offers the exciting 8GB of onboard memory. We are looking at the Nokia N81 8GB but all of it holds true for the standard Nokia N81 as well. Therefore, from now on we are going to simply call it Nokia N81.Both versions of Nokia N81 have been in the spotlight ever since their official announcement at the Nokia Go Play Event in London back than in August. The air is getting thick with anticipation, as N81 seems to have earned quite a lot of fans. No wonder with a specs sheet like this, though we know better than taking anything for granted. After all, the question is whether performance cashes the checks written by the specs. Besides, we just couldn’t wait to play a few games and see if those dedicated keys are worth the fuss.” Read more here: Also a review from mobile-review is here:

RIM Blackberry 8820 Review at brighthand!

BlackBerry 8820“The BlackBerry 8820 is the new replacement for the slightly older BlackBerry 8800. This smartphonephone has bumped the 8800 off the for-sale list on AT&T’s web site, but is selling at the same price.Few features have been added to the device, but for some people they will really make an impact depending on where they do business. The most notable new feature in the 8820 is Wi-Fi wireless networking, as well as the capability to make calls over any active Wi-Fi connection in place of strong cell tower reception. Just like the T-Mobile HotSpot@Home service, this can help out those who lack proper coverage in a given area, but still have a perfectly good Wi-Fi network up and running.Since some of you are probably more than willing to go out and buy this phone right now to use the new Wi-Fi capabilities I just mentioned, know that AT&T has not fully supported this feature just yet. While the phone can pull data off your home or office network, it can’t make phone calls over it at this time. ” Read more here: