Sony Ericsson Vivaz Review

February 25, 2010 on 3:41 pm | In Cell phones | No Comments

Sony has been really a laggard for a while now. Sony Ericsson, which was once known to be the brand which brought novelty to the market, has been launching some really ordinary phones lately. The only phone worth mention in recent times has been the Satio. However, Sony definitely seems to up the pace with the new Sony Ericsson Vivaz.
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The Sony Ericsson Vivaz runs on the S 60 v5 platform, similar to the Satio. The main aim behind this phone seems to be sharing of high quality images and video with friends and family. This is pretty evident from the stunning 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen with a 360 x 640 resolution, supporting 16 million colors. The camera is a beauty with 8 MP, auto focus, smile and face detection technology. A powerful LED flash enables users to take crisp pictures even in dim light.

The Sony Ericsson Vivaz is a masterpiece with HD video recording at 1280 x 720 resolutions. It supports internet connectivity with download speeds upto 10.2 Mbps. Connectivity is decent with standard Bluetooth 2.1 A2DP and a mini-USB slot for connecting to a computer. With social networking a rage today, applications like Twitter, Facebook and MySpace come built-in for easy access.
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Comparing Lucky Minutes and Golden Lotus Calling Cards

February 8, 2010 on 2:21 pm | In Calling cards | 4 Comments

Lucky Minutes phone card and Golden Lotus overseas calling card are two of the top rated calling cards. They offer great deals at competitive prices and bundle together a number of attractive features. This brings up an interesting question. What are the pros and cons of each card?
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When comparing these two cards, it should be noted that there are a number of similar features. They both offer the same rounding time, toll free access and unlimited validity period. So far neither seems to have the upper hand.

Both cards also cut costs in different ways. For instance, while Lucky Minutes has lower maintenance charges and more local access numbers than the other card, they do charge a connection fee. On the other hand, not only does the Golden Lotus do away with connection charges, they also charge less as surplus charges.

Lucky’s additional feature, a feature that is lacking from Golden Lotus, obviously targets the frequent flyer. This said feature is the permanent pin option which is most travelers’ fabvored means of calling home.

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