Enjoy Ultimate Connectivity with the D810
- 16 January, 2007 12:30
<p>The PDA Phone with GSM Quad-band and Tri-band WCDMA</p>
<p>SYDNEY, Australia 16 January 2007 - Dopod International (Australia and New Zealand) Pty Ltd, ABN 48 119 011 639 (hereinafter called “Dopod International”), Asia’s leading PDA phone and Smartphone provider, today announced the launch of the powerful D810. The Dopod D810 boasts high functionality, powerful applications and a glossy attractive exterior all in one portable package that fits snugly in the palm of your hand.</p>
<p>This latest offering from Dopod International comes with a full suite of the latest mobile technology including WiFi 802.11g, Quadband GSM, Triband WCDMA and HSDPA. It also boasts a 360-degree scroll wheel that makes navigation a breeze and its 2.0 megapixel dual camera and 2.8 inch QVGA display screen ensures good quality pictures and video calls every time.</p>
<p>Like all other phones from Dopod International, the D810 runs on the Windows Mobile 5.0 platform. It is powered by the Samsung 400 MHz processor and has a built-in ROM of 128MB and 64MB RAM memory with persistent storage. It also has Microsoft Office programs like Outlook Mobile, Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile, IE Mobile and Windows Media Player 10 Mobile. In addition, users can also have access to Adobe Reader (PDF), Cyberon Voice Commander, RSS News Reader, Activesync, Comm Manager, Internet sharing, Network Wizard and Streaming Media Player. They can also communicate with their business peers through Pocket MSN.</p>
<p>“Being a leading PDA and Smartphone provider, we are proud to be the first to offer consumers a compact 3.5G PDA phone. The D810 is the perfect antidote for the busy lifestyles of Australians and their need to stay connected all the time. Dopod International is always at the top of the game when it comes to producing intelligent devices and the D810 is no exception,” says Jack Tong, CEO of Dopod International Corp.</p>
<p>This unique device is also push mail1 ready and allows quick access to the contact list. Other features include video telephony and video streaming via the telecommunications operators. Busy professionals using the D810 also have the option of easy news access with the RSS News Reader2 and manage their time and contacts better with Outlook Mobile. The hot swappable MiniSD slot also allows users to switch their MiniSD cards easily.</p>
<p>This high-powered, high-connectivity PDA phone also offers total entertainment at a click. Users can now chill out to music wirelessly and enjoy unlimited access to mobile TV3.</p>
<p>Pricing & Availability
D810 from Dopod International is available from January 2007 from Optus at a suggested retail price (inclusive of GST) of $1349.</p>
<p>All prices are subject to pricing policies of individual operators.
1 Push Mail is only available when partnered with servers running Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 updated to SP2.
2Downloadable from the website at www.dopodasia.com
3 Available only with the appropriate mobile plan. Please check with your mobile operator for plan details.</p>
<p>About Dopod International Corporation
Dopod International Corporation is a leading mobile communications company that integrates mobile communication with information system technologies. Dopod International Corporation products are catered to the modern, ‘connected-everywhere’ lifestyle user. The company combines outstanding product design and excellent functional qualities that promote convenient access to up-to-the-minute information. Founded in 2002, Dopod International Corporation has established a presence as a premier communications company throughout Asia.
For more information, please contact Rebecca Blasina from Max Australia on (02) 9954 3492. email@example.com</p>
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