Sunday, March 1, 2009

ASUS P835: Mobile Web Surfing and Multimedia PDA Phone

ASUS has just launched its new PDA phone, the ASUS P835, that able to deliver an Internet browsing and multimedia viewing experience without equal. A week ago, I saw of this thing, it was also being called the Galaxy 7. However, all of the specifications were already in place.

The ASUS P835 is equipped with a large 3.5-inch touchscreen that runs at WVGA resolution, which can offer five times the number of pixels of most smartphones and delivering the best document, snapshot, movie and website viewing experience possible. Apart from being able to display more of a webpage onscreen, the ASUS P835 boasts features that greatly enrich users’ online experience, including blazing fast HSPA 7.2Mbps download speeds, a user-friendly and full-featured web browser, Opera Mobile. All of these things are wrapped in an elegant touch-optimized interface that is interactive, attractive and intuitive.

With the ASUS P835, you can able to perform the full breadth of online tasks, from hopping onto your social networking sites and updating your own blogs, to viewing streaming video and checking email. Moreover, The ASUS P835 also enables users to switch between 12-key, half-QWERTY and full-QWERTY virtual keyboard modes, which allowing them to choose an input method that best suits their current task. The ASUS P835 also equipped with a responsive tracking ball that significantly improves scrolling.

The ASUS P835 also features an updated, enhanced and streamlined iteration of ASUS’ exclusive Glide, which is the most intuitive, innovative and interactive mobile user-interface available nowadays. New Glide has been given a significant facelift over its predecessor, boasting new icons that take the interactivity and beauty of the interface up a notch, which making the best even better. Subtle, modern, bold, swanky or sweet, the ASUS P835 has a theme that will appeal to everyone.

The ASUS P835 also has the additional ability to function as a Wi-Fi Access Point, which can make this stuff to share its high-speed HSPA internet connectivity or cellular data over Wi-Fi with up to 10 devices, such as notebooks or other PDA phones. Connecting devices is a simple affair thanks to the ASUS P835’s user-friendly interface, and dropped connections are automatically restored.

ASUS P835’s specifications:

• Networks: HSPA (DL: 7.5Mbps, UL: 2Mbps), UMTS 900/1900/2100, EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900, Class 12
• Processor: Qualcomm 7210A 528Mhz
• OS: Microsoft Windows® Mobile 6.1™ Professional
• Dimensions: 115mm x 59mm x 13.8mm
• Form Factor: Bar Type
• Weight: 148g (with battery)
• Display: 3.5-inch TFT, 65K-color touchscreen, WVGA (800 x 480pixels)
• Memory: 4GB Internal Storage + 288MB SDRAM + 256MB ROM
• Expansion Slot: MicroSD with SDHC support
• Connectivity: WLAN 802.11b+g, Bluetooth 2.0 + USB v2.0 + EDR
• WAP Browser: HTTP/WAP 1.2.1/2.0
• Messaging: SMS/MMS/MSN/Email/Push Email
• Camera: 5MP Autofocus
• Video: Records (MPEG4/H.263), Playback (MPEG4/H.264/H.263/WMV) Video Call, Audio/Video Streaming
• Picture Format: JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG
• Audio Format: MP3, WAV, WMA, AMR, AAC and AAC+
• Ringtone: Polyphonic (MIDI, 128CH), WMA, MP3 and WAV
• JAVA: J2ME (CLDC 1.1 + MIDP2.0)
• Color: Black
• GPS: Yes (AGPS supported)
• Battery: 1100mAh Lithium
• Standby Time: 350hours with 3G and 300hours with 2G*
• Talk Time: 6hours with 3G and 7hours with 2G*
• Business Applications: Word (editor), Excel (editor), PowerPoint (viewer), Adobe Reader, Windows® Live, MSN, Voice Commander** and Push Mail (Exchange Server)
• Other Features: Opera Browser, YouTube, Wi-Fi Access Point, Anytime Launcher, Flickr, ASUS Virtual Keyboard, ASUS Today, EzyMusic, EziPhoto, Google search and RSS Reader

* Standby and talk time are depend on the network environment and on phone usage
** Subject to region availability

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