Camera Phone Alternative Camera For Your Handheld
Posted 30 March 2003 - 06:38 AM
VEO has an alternative, the Veo Photo Traveler.
Plug the Photo Traveler into your PocketPC's CF memory card slot and you're ready to
take photos with your handheld.
Full color preview lets you frame the photo and instantly see the result. The swivel
lens allows you to easily capture both self-portrait and traditional forward-facing photos.
An adjustable focus lens is also featured. Takes photos with a resolution of 640x480 and 24-bit color.
iPAQ 36xx, 38xx, 39xx
Toshiba e570, e740
Dell Axim X5
Credit: I4U Technology News
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Posted 30 March 2003 - 05:36 PM
yeah while searching google i noticed that you would receive the camera free after
very interesting...i was wondering how these would turn out... luckily the camera wasnt the driving force for buying this phone...it was free bonus.
your mail in your rebate.... or at lese that what they made it seem like.
How much was your fone stank if you don't mind. They where saying it was around 300 bucks.
Looking into your fone i seen why you choose that fone....... for everyone that wants to know
just look at some of the features the t7201i has...
GSM 1900 MHz GPRS
Motorola Original Digital Camera -
requires a mail-in rebate to fulfill distribution to customers
and does NOT come with the phone.
Two Line External Display (when flip is closed) –
Displays time/date, incoming caller ID, messages,
missed calls, event reminders, signal strength, in use,
messages and battery meter.
Picture Messages* (MMS – Multi-Media Messaging) –
send color photos or images, color graphics such as maps
and logos, voice and music audio files along with text.
Full color display –
wallpapers, screen savers and color palettes.
Iconic Main Menu –
just like a PDA.
16 Polyphonic ring tones and polyphonic speaker.
32 Embedded Ring Tones/32 Downloadable Ring Tones.
4-Way Navigation Key
Voice Activated Dialing
Can access POP 3 (Yahoo, MindSpring and others but not Hotmail).
Corporate Email: Lotus or Exchange**
Lithium Ion Battery - up to 168-240 min talk / 165-190 standby time
Size: 3.5 x 1.9 x 1 inches Weight = 3.9 oz.
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Posted 02 April 2003 - 10:16 AM
Just thought I would share . Also if anyone thinks I should get a different phone suggest away. All I know is that I'm tired of my shitty old Nokia.
Posted 03 April 2003 - 04:33 PM
They hve some really nice and clear screened ones at several of the local cell places, and the local sprint store seems to love carrying the expensive and tent-in-my-pants sexy phones.. they even had one that was a MP3 player a bit back... its torture I tell you!
Posted 04 April 2003 - 10:32 AM
I only see them want a deposit if you have bad (or no) credit.
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