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Sony launches wireless walkman for Rs 4990 in India

Posted by mohan desai on જુલાઇ 15, 2009

Sony India on Tuesday said it planned to become the biggest player in the Indian MP3 market by capturing 30 per cent market share by 2010.
The company also launched innovative wireless MP3 player, NWZ-W202, mainly targeted at the young generation.
“We aim to achieve a market share of 30 per cent in the estimated 9-lakh units in the Indian MP3 market. To achieve this, we will keep launching more innovative products and expand our sales network. We are also planning an aggressive strategy for the purpose,” Sony India Managing Director Masaru Tamagawa said at a press conference here.
Sony India plans to sell 1.8 lakh MP3 units by year 2010, while its sales last year stood at around 85,000 units. It now enjoys 20 per cent share in the Indian MP3 market.
Stating that the company would be increasing its retail presence to 3,000 outlets, including company-owned centres, multi-brand stores and modern retail chains, Mr. Tamagawa said: “Our products are present in around 1,000 outlets across the country which include Sony centres, multi-brand stores and other modern retail”.
He also said that Sony India had increased its marketing expenditure to Rs. 10 crore for 2009 for executing promotional initiatives, including print and TV commercials and other online and outdoor activities


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Sony 32Gb Memory Stick Review & Photos

Posted by mohan desai on જુલાઇ 15, 2009

Sony has launched the highest capacity Memory Stick – Sony 32Gb Memory Stick Pro HG Duo which can help you in storing the maximum amount of data possible currently. Though the digital cameras support higher capacity disks but there are no sticks available which is the reason this product can be the next purchase of Professional Photographers who are looking for higher storage options. The drive allows you to transfer data in Super fast mode ie upto 20Mb/second and can help you to store very high definition videos which have a resolution of 1920×1080 for upto 225 minutes in one go.

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Sony Ericsson T715

Posted by mohan desai on જુલાઇ 5, 2009

Sony-Ericsson has introduced a new Slider phone. The Sony Ericsson T715 mobile phone allows consumers to stay connected without any compromise on communication features or design. An ultra compact slider mobile phone, the Sony-Ericsson T715 still offers a large keypad and font size allowing you to get the most out of your SMS, MMS or email management. Keep yourself organised in an intuitive way with the Sony Ericsson T715 smart desktop feature, direct reminders of appointments, notes and special animation to remind you of birthdays and global events. Messaging and Social networking is quick and easy with the ability to review the history of your conversation as you go along Features include a 3.2-megapixel camera with video recording, stereo Bluetooth, a personal organizer, a speakerphone, messaging, USB transfer and mass storage, PC syncing, and a music player. And in a new (and welcome) move, Sony Ericsson ditches its proprietary Memory Stick format and opts instead for a microSD card slot.
The new Sony-Ericsson T715 cell phone is a sophisticated slider phone that fits a busy lifestyle and is perfect for those who are looking for a cell phone with practical and up-to-date features” said Quentin Cordier, Marketing Business Manager at Sony Ericsson. “Building on our current 3G handset portfolio, the T715 from Sony-Ericsson allows us to bring 3G mobile phones to even more markets giving them high speed internet access wherever they are. With a premium brushed aluminium cover and glossy front, this new mobile phone demonstrates the sophisticated design language consumers have come to expect from Sony Ericsson.”

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Review of Sony Ericsson K810i

Posted by mohan desai on મે 6, 2009

There’s no doubt that Sony Ericsson phones are the new in-thing. From being just another mobile manufacturer, it has risen to be a formidable competitor to Nokia and others. Perhaps the only problem with SE phones is that you can’t always trust them to be consistent
Take the K810i for instance. As an upgrade for the K800i, it’s a sorry attempt. But as a standalone device it’s brilliant, at least in certain aspects. Before anything else, let’s talk about the form factor.
Speaking of the design of the K810i, SE has taken big strides in making its phones look like no other. In many instances, they managed this by compromising on ergonomics. The K810i, for one, has tiny rounded keys that look uncomfortable. (I, however, liked them.) They are evenly spaced and are big enough to hit accurately with only one eye open. Having said that, I won’t deny the keys look rather ugly.
At 106 x 48 x 17 mm, the phone is quite bulky and causes a rather alarming looking bulge in your pocket. I feel the 3.2 MP camera is one of the reasons for this excess flab. So you need to decide what is it you really need before you pick up this handset.
If you look closely, you will see two keys just above the 2-inch TFT screen on either side of the earpiece. These are camera shortcuts that enable direct access to the pictures clicked. For navigation the phone is equipped with a five-way joystick, which is quite responsive.
My fat fingers had a bit of a problem using the two open keys (Call and Menu) and the Back and Cancel buttons. On several occasions I ended up hitting the Shortcut key. The screen supports 240 x 320 pixels with up to 256k colors and is adequate to the task.

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