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Sony Ericsson W810i

>> Tuesday, October 7, 2008

The Sony Ericsson W800 was a big hit. Now, here comes the sequel, the W810. All the same great Walkman features are here, along with robust phone functions, but now you get quad band GSM, a larger and brighter display, and perhaps most importantly, support for EDGE high speed data. In addition to a powerful and easy to use Walkman music player, the W810 boasts a 2 megapixel auto focus camera with flash, a Memory Stick Duo card slot, Bluetooth, and a speaker phone. Simply put, this baby's loaded.

The W810 follows a long tradition of beautifully designed and crafted phones from Sony Ericsson. The same candy bar style that graced the W800 is here, as is the horizontally oriented camera unit on the back of the phone, allowing you to hold the phone just as you would a camera when you're taking pictures. The W810's screen sports 176 x 220 pixel resolution with support for 262,000 colors.

Quick access buttons below the screen make it easy to control the phone's Walkman music features, while a five ways center button controls most of the phone's menus and features.

The W810 contains 20 MB of embedded memory, but as mentioned, a Memory Stick Duo slot is provided, and it also supports Pro Duo cards, giving you storage capacities of 2 GB and beyond. Of course, there's also a port for the phone's included stereo headset.

USB and infrared data ports are provided, as well, and the phone supports USB mass storage so you can simply plug the phone into your computer and drag and drop files into the phone's memory using the included Disc2Phone PC application. To top it all off, the W810's camera flash can double as a flashlight.

Product Features
  • Unlocked quad band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies and EDGE/GPRS data capabilities
  • Walkman music player and styling supports MP3 and AAC digital audio files and includes FM radio
  • 2 megapixel camera with video capture, Memory Stick Duo expansion, USB connectivity
  • Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity for handsfree communication speaker phone
  • Up to 8 hours of talk time, up to 350 hours of standby time


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