Sony is releasing its Vaio C Series of 13.3 inch Notebooks.
The Sony Vaio C Series is targeting the fashion-conscious. In fact, the key selling point is that it is available in five different colours- seashell white, urban gray, espresso black, spring green, and blush pink. The Vaio C Series have a 13.3 inch XBRITE-ECO widescreen display, 120 gb of hard drive, up to 2 gb of RAM, a dual layer DVD burner, WiFi, Bluetooth, ExpressCard, 256 mb nVidia GeForce Go 7400 Graphics, and Firewire and USB ports. Sony’s Vaio C Series will be sold this October, for a starting price of $1,350.
Sony is preparing to launch a new series of mp3 players, the “e-series”.
The Sony E-Series will come in memory capacities of 512 mb, 1gb, and 2 gb, with a price tage of up to $180 (which is fairly reasonable.) The E-Series will also have a one line screen display.
It has a 3 mp camera, 3x optical zoom, 3 G support, Carl Zeiss Lens, and runs on Symbian OS system support. It also might have mobile television capabilities, with a huge (for a cell phone!) 2.8″ screen. This is all speculation, however, and no announcement has been made about the release of this phone.
The Nokia 8208 is a dual-slider phone with a 3.0 megapixel camera, a 2.2 inch QVGA display, Series 40 specs, dedicated music playing keys, FM radio, a digital music player, Bluetooth, USB connectivity, and GPS. The GPS works as hybrid GPS receiver with China’s Unicom and as a stand alone in other nations. Unsurprisingly, the 8208 also features a dictionary for use on Unicom. Read more here!
Nokia has just launched Medeo- an ad supported entertainment portal that hopes to keep Nokia users entertained and happy. Nokia users can access Medeo at www.nokia.mobi. Medeo will feature “everything from red carpet news, interviews with your favorite TV and movie stars, [to] film trailers, fashion and music.” The best part of all of this? Medeo is absolutely free for its users; it’s paid for by ads. And good news: Medo is available immediately for all Nokia Nseries and Eseries devices. There’s not much content up yet on the Medeo site, but Nokia will surely increase the amount of offerings over time.