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Posted on26. Jul, 2010 by Ann-Marie.
Microsoft has confirmed who’ll be taking Windows Phone 7 to the Christmas party.
Speaking exclusively to Pocket-lint, senior product manager for Microsoft, Greg Sullivan confirmed that ASUS, Dell, HTC, LG and Samsung will all be releasing handsets at the Windows phone 7 launch later in the year. Unfortunately, there was no indication of a confirmed go date but vaguely stated it should be “some time round the holidays”.
The line-up of manufacturers and the launch timing slots in nicely with the rumoured HTC HD3, the LG Panther and the Dell Lightning but what delights will ASUS and Samsung have in store for the big day?
Posted on07. Dec, 2009 by Derek.
Designed for mobile business applications, the Dell Axim X51 PDA delivers power and versatility on the move. Ideal for applications such as data collection and warehousing, the device features memory card input slots for both Compact Flash Type II and Secure Digital/SDIO Now/MMC card slots, allowing customisation of the device using a wide range of bar code scanners and communications peripherals. With dual memory card input, you can also store your multimedia, files and documents on external memory cards without worrying about memory contraints.
Featuring Windows Mobile 5.0, the Dell Axim X51 also makes the ideal office companion. Keep track of your schedule with Outlook Mobile, and with mobile versions of Microsoft Office, you can view, create and edit your important documents wherever you are. And with Windows Media Player 10 you can watch movies and listen to music when you need to be entertained.
Powerful and versatile, the Dell Axim X51 offers flexible tools for a variety of business applications, so you can streamline operations with a minimal outlay.
Posted on11. Sep, 2009 by Derek.
The Dell Axim X51 PDA is now in stock at TotalPDA at the outstanding price of £69.55. Powered by Windows mobile 5.0, the Dell Axim X51 lets you keep on top of your schedule with Outlook Mobile and Office functionality, plus with Windows Media Player 10 Mobile you can listen to your favourite tunes, or watch video clips after a hard day’s work.
The device also features dual memory card input with slots for both Compact Flash Type II and Secure Digital/SDIO Now/MMC card slots, which gives you the added flexibility of storing your multimedia, documents and files on external memory cards without worrying about memory contraints.
With SDIO, it is also possible to pair the Dell Axim X51 with additional devices such as barcode scanners, network cards or modems, making it an extremely versatile PDA. Ideal for intensive data collection tasks such as barcode scanning and warehousing admin, the Dell Axim X51 is equally at home in an office, warehouse, or out in the field.
For added versatility, the Dell X51 comes equipped with Bluetooth, allowing you to connect to a variety of compatible devices for extended functionality, without the need for messy wires. Combined with a Bluetooth GPS receiver and suitable navigation software, for example, the Dell Axim X51 can be used as an in-car satnav to guide you to any destination when out and about.
A powerful and flexible business tool, as well as a handy personal entertainment system, the Dell Axim X51 PDA is on sale now at TotalPDA.
Posted on08. May, 2006 by Joanna.
The smartphone market has increased yet another 66% in the first quarter of this year. Over 16.7m ‘smart’ mobile devices were shipped over the last four months, 55% more than the same time in 2005, and while that includes “handhelds, wireless handhelds and smartphones“, Nokia hold a comfortable lead in the ‘smart mobile device’ sector, showing that smartphones are still the devices of choice for consumers.
Posted on05. May, 2006 by Joanna.
According to Mr. Chris Leckness on a Dell Axim forum, aximsite.com, all the signs are currently pointing to Dell pulling their line of successful PDAs and focusing on their other product lines. Dell’s Axim range have been best sellers on a number of occassions, providing ‘end-user’ PDAs in a sector full of ‘business’ models, but as Leckness recognises, the Axim is probably only a “microscopic portion” of Dell’s income, and with HP and Palm still wiping the floor with them in terms of product range, he and his fellow Axim owners are starting to panic.