Archive for November 23rd, 2006

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Eten Glofiish M700 pre-order

EDIT: You can now purchase the ETEN M700 from clove and with our offer you can save £25 on the purchase price! See this post for more info.

The ETEN Glofiish M700 is now available for pre-order on the Clove website.

The Eten M700 is the first PocketPC phone device to have both a sliding keyboard AND built in GPS!

The price of the M700 has been set at an extremely reasonable £359, quite probably the cheapeat price for the Eten M700 in the UK!!. Go check out the product page now!

Eten Glofiish M700

Compose and send e-mails, SMS message or create and edit documents on the move with the Eten Glofiish M700. The Glofiish M700 is a compact Windows Mobile 5 device featuring an integrated sliding keyboard, Quad-band GSM/GPRS with support for EDGE, SiRFStar III GPS Receiver, Bluetooth 2.0, WiFi 802.11b/g and 2.0 mega pixels camera. With all these features you only ever need to carry one device, to stay in contact by phone, accessing the Internet, managing documents, appointments and contacts, and taking quality pictures.

GPS navigation is also possible with the Eten Glofiish M700, due to the integrated SiRFStar III GPS receiver, ensuring that this is truly an all in one device.


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What is USB On-The-Go?

With USB On-The-Go starting to appear on a number of mobile devices now, specifically the O2 XDA Flame, I thought it was time for a quick lesson. 🙂

USB on-the-go is a technology that most PocketPC and Smartphone users have been crying out for. In simple terms USB OTG will allow you to connect a variety of other peripherals to your device. This will include USB memory sticks and USB Hard Drives.

USB on the go

In the past devices such as hand-helds, cell phones and digital cameras were classed as USB peripherals and in order to transfer data via USB you would have to connect that peripheral to another device, such as a PC, that could function as a USB host. USB OTG capable devices will benefit from having additional capability to connect to other USB devices.

USB OTG defines a dual-role device, which can act as either a host or peripheral, and can connect to either a PC or other portable devices through the same connector. It will even allow you to connect two USB OTG devices together to transfer data.

Imagine being able to connect a 500gb external USB hard drive to your PocketPC. Great for PocketPC powered jukeboxes!

For more information about USB on-the-go visit the USB Org website.


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