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NTT DoCoMo FOMA HT1100 specification revealed

We recently mentioned the anticipated release of the NTT DoCoMo FOMA HT1100 (aka HTC Nike) the device that has been commonly called the Touch II.

DoCoMo FOMA HT1100

DoCoMo FOMA HT1100

The full, albeit unofficial, specification has just been published over at .

DoCoMo FOMA HT1100 Specification:

  • Windows Mobile 6 Professional AKU 0.4.2
  • 32bit Qualcomm MSM7200 400mHz CPU
  • 2.6″ 240 x 320 TFT Touch screen
  • 128MB ROM / 64MB RAM
  • GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS850, UMTS1900, UMTS2100
  • microSD card slot
  • WiFi 802.11b/g
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • FM radio reciever
  • 55 x 107 x 16.5mm
  • 2.0MP camera
  • Sliding ‘T9’ style keypad
  • 120 grams (inc battery?)
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    VITO Voice2Go updated

    VITO Technology have announced a new version of VITO Voice2Go – their voice control application that allows you to manage Pocket PC with voice commands! VITO Voice2Go understands any language and any pronunciation without the need to touch your Pocket PC again!

    VITO Voice2Go

    With VITO Voice2Go you can start other applications, access system settings, call contacts or set off a chain of stylus taps with voice command recorded by you. The so-called magic words (special voice commands) allow for completely hands-free control. So, starting say Calculator looks like this: you say a Magic Word and then a previously recorded command for calculator and it launches.

    You can also optionally accept or cancel the recognized command by saying special “yes” or “no” magic words. When the Magic Word mode is turned on Pocket PC is constantly listening to hear your Magic Word to start recognition process – this way you never need to touch your Pocket PC!

    This new version of VITO Voice2Go features the Today plug-in for toggling the Magic Word mode or starting recognition process right from Today. You can also initiate recognition with a hardware button: just press the assigned button and say your command. Another feature makes VITO Voice2Go listen more attentively to the Magic Word and ignore all other words that just sound like the Magic Word. Other goodies include ability to delete previously recorded macros (series of stylus taps performed with a single voice command).

    VITO Voice2Go is available at for $29.95 and as a trial. Updates are free for customers who purchased VITO Voice2Go within a year’s time.

    Posted by: Mark

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