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Gigabyte Communications unveils GSmart i120 PDA phone
Press release, November 23; Eric Mah, DIGITIMES [Thursday 23 November 2006]

Gigabyte Communications on November 22 unveiled its GSmart i120, a PDA phone featuring Windows Mobile 5.0 AKU 3.0. In terms of product design, the GSmart i120 highlights a modern retro accent with a metallic silver frame, introducing a modern art deco accent to the luxury design concept of a PDA mobile phone, according to Gigabyte.

Powered by Windows Mobile 5.0 AKU 3.0 push email technology, the GSmart i120 keeps mobile users connected with real time email while traveling worldwide. The GSmart i120 supports mobile Internet access via Wi-Fi or GPRS and has mobile TV and TV recording functions, supporting NTSC/PAL/SECAM TV standards.

The GSmart i120 has Wise Talk, an exclusive feature, which allows users to simulate background noise when answering a phone call. The GSmart i120 Wise Talk, can camouflage a user's location by providing a selection of pre-set special background effects. The GSmart i120 Wise Talk, for instance, can create a virtual scenario with sounds at a concert, in a meeting room, or at an airport, according to Gigabyte.

The GSmart i120 has a recommended retail price of US$650 and is currently available in Southeast Asia and will be launched in other regions worldwide, including Europe and the Middle East, according to Gigabyte.

Gigabyte Communications' GSmart i120

Gigabyte Communications' GSmart i120 PDA phone
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