Saturday, April 19, 2008
Friday, April 11, 2008
LG VX8500 Cdma PhoneLG's Cdma Cell Phone (Digital Dual-Band) 1.9 GHz CDMA PCS, 800 MHz CDMA
Allow yourself to be seduced by the luxury and innovation of the Chocolate by LG – now available in black, white, red, and green. With its minimalist-inspired style and silky-smooth slide design. Cdma Chocolate Phone's Deluxe features include support for V Cast Music, glowing touch-sensitive navigation keys, a powerful integrated music/video player, a 1.3 megapixel camera/camcorder, stereo Bluetooth capabilities, and a microSD memory slot for extra storage. If you value extreme style mixed with powerful substance, this is the phone for you.
Monday, April 7, 2008
Umts, GSM and CDMA
UMTS stands for Universal Mobile Telecommunications System. UMTS is one of the emerging cell phone technologies known as third-generation, or 3G. Third-generation systems are designed to include such traditional phone tasks as calls, voice mail, and paging, but also new technology tasks such as Internet access, video, and SMS, or text messaging.
One of the main benefits of UMTS is its speed. Current rates of transfer for broadband information are 2 Megabites per second. This speed makes possible the kind of streaming video that can support movie downloads and video conferencing. In a sense, UMTS makes it possible for user to enjoy all of the functionality of their home computer while they are roaming the streets. By combining wireless and satellite cellular technologies, UMTS takes advantage of all existing options to result in the Holy Grail of 3G presentation: seamless transitions between WiFi and satellite.
UMTS went live as a network for the first time in Japan in 2001. Japan is the only country with no Gsm network. Austria came with its own network in 03. A handful of other European countries joined the UMTS bandwagon in the next few years, plus South Africa and a few other African countries soon following suit. The U.S. has employed UMTS networks in several large cities, and the number is steadily growing. CDMA which is used by verizon and sprint in the USwill be moving over into UMTS.
UMTS is based on the Global System for Mobile (GSM) standard, which is the gold standard in Europe and more than 120 countries worldwide. In fact, UMTS is sometimes referred to as 3GSM. The two systems are not compatible, however. UMTS is incompatible with GSM. a lot of new cell phones come with both 2G GSM/ and 3G UMTS. User Can purchase cell phones with both technologies built in and use them around the world. The only negative is that the phones with both 2G/3G are on the expensive side.
Thursday, April 3, 2008
PalmOne Treo 700w Verizon
The Palm® Treo™ 700w cdma smartphone delivers everything you need without compromise. It combines a smarter phone with broadband-like speeds2 and rich-media capabilities, all in one—bringing Palm's world-class ease of use to the Windows Mobile® platform. Connect with people in multiple ways—by voice, email, SMS, or MMS3. Your contacts are always reachable, from any application. Access email, the web, and corporate networks on one of the fastest networks available in the U.S.2, 3 Or relax and play your favorite music and videos right on your device. With this easy-to-use productivity device in hand, you can stay connected3 on your terms.
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
The BlackBerry 7250 cell phone from Verizon Wireless provides a superior wireless email and data experience. BlackBerry 7250 allows you to travel nationwide while still maintaining wireless connectivity to a full suite of applications including email, Internet, intranet access, wireless mobile phone, SMS and organizer.
BlackBerry 7250 Cdma Cell Phone
Final Price: $319.98 + Free Shipping + No Tax (Except NY)