Sony Ericsson W810i: the Complete Music Kit

By: caitlin

Each member of the Walkman family lives up to the spotless reputation of amazing sound quality and a host of interactive media functions. Walkman phones have, more or less, singlehandedly created an entire class of mobile phones - music phones. The same music phones that are now rapidly eating into traditional Mp3 player or iPod's territory. The Sony Ericsson W810i is one of the oldest member of the Walkman family. The main reason for its unabated popularity is its all round performance and not only superior music playing skills.

The Sony Ericsson W810i is a simple candy-bar handset available in all black casing with a hint of orange - a treadmark hue for the Walkman. The handset is fitted with a 176x220 pixel, 262k colour deliverable TFT based screen. Being a Walkman phone, it is but obvious for Sony Ericsson W810i to wield unparalleled music prowess. The handset's Walkman media player is compatible with multiple file formats that it plays on the handset's integrated speakers or headphones. Intuitive media interface with playlist support, graphic equalizer and added goodies typical of a Walkman player like Bass Boost makes for a great mobile music experience.

Phone's internal memory of 20 Mb is supplemented by a 512 Mb external M2 memory card which is shipped with a standard pack. It may further be expanded up to 2GB creating enough space for all your favourite tracks. The Sony Ericsson W810i is also endowed a 2.0 mega pixel camera with autofocus, digital zoom and camera light for a perfect picture every time you hit the camera button. Capturing live action in high quality footage is also a possibility with the Sony Ericsson W810i. Next time you head for a gig, just take out the Sony Ericsson W810i to shoot your favourite artist in action and relive the moments forever.

By: caitlin

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