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  • Nokia Might Juuuuust Be Right?
    Posted on December 15, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    By Megan Fleet

    Nokia Might Juuuuust Be Right?

    Not to editorialize or personalize the matter too much, but this writer has to give points to Nokia’s Niels Munksgaard for his recent statement this Tuesday. As the company’s global director of portfolio, product marketing & sales stated, “What we see is that youth are pretty much fed up with iPhones. Everyone has the iPhone,” Munksgaard said. “Also, many are not happy with the complexity of Android and the lack of security. So we do increasing see that the youth that wants to be on the cutting edge and try something new are turning to the Windows phone platform.”  Leaving your valuable mobile devices unprotected is risky!  Protect your devices from scratches and blemishes with our stylish top brand bags, sleeves and cases accessories.

    With experience in the antivirus, security sector... where strangely company policy dictated a move from BlackBerry to either an Samsung or an iPhone device, and also as a professional woman who has little patience with overly complex technologies, this statement seriously resonates. It also is on par with my company’s global mobile security expert. Nokia is potentially the Goldilocks option.

    Any professional not immersed in creative fields with their attention buried in their Macbook, is familiar with Windows. Pair a familiar OS with a user firendly smartphone and there is a happy medium in a welcome user friendly interface, a warm familiarity, and - for the me-centric generation I belong to – a unique smartphone that I can further accessorize to let the world know what I stand for sans Facebook status update.  Enhance your mobility... turn your device into a power tool.  Discover select accessories, such as, stylus and pens, memory cards, data cables, chargersand other fun gadgets specifically designed to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.

    Nokia Might Juuuuust Be Right?

    Having been a user of BlackBerrry (RIM OS), an Android (don’t even ask me the device manufacturer), and now an iPhone, I have long wondered if there was something between the two extremes. According the Munksgaard, Nokia is taking a different path as its competitors essentially recycle one another’s products. “The marketplace is extremely crowded. I refer to it as the sea of sameness,” the Nokia executive said. “When you walk up to a retail shelf at Phones4U and see the number of black mono-blocks sitting on the shelf, it is very confusing to the consumer. We want to deliver services and phones that are different.”  Conversely, it is the fashion and personalization through protective accessories (and shared accounts with other Apple devices acquired post iPhone) that will make a transition challenging.

    To date, the Finnish mobile device manufacturer has released two Windows phones: unnder the the Nokia Lumia banner and all indicators point to another smartphone unveiling at the Consumer Electronics Show in the appropriately glitzy Las Vegas next month.

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  • Why Hello Beautiful: Droid XYBOARD
    Posted on December 13, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    By, Megan Fleet

    Why Hello Beautiful: Droid XYBOARDAny guy or gal on the dating scene will emphasize the importance of first impressions. Let's be honest, shopping around for our tech toys and gadgets is a lot like a first date. Good lines? Nice feel? Good fit? Dressed to impress with personality enhancing mobile accessories?

    So when checking out the latest Motorola tablets, the DROID XYBOARD 8.2  - it quickly caught our attention and is worth the classic “pros” and “cons” list. In tablet-speak, the physical dimensions are nearing ideal at 8.2 inches. What should have been a beautiful fit in portrait orientation, Motorola made the decision to push a landscape orientation. This strange preferential treatment of landscape is also clear in the Motorola XOOM as well. When hand held,it is a more uncomfortable silhouette to handle than the portrait.  Choice of protective case may make a difference in comfort level, but that is a matter of personal preference for consumers. Protect your tablets with the latest innovative fashion design protective bags, sleeves and cases collection.

    Why Hello Beautiful: Droid XYBOARDBut, when held in portrait the black bezel is almost too narrow for comfort. Where is the Goldilocks medium? Luckily, the svelte, light size of the tablet negates usage fatigue in the end-user. In fact, the tapered edges, thin body, and overall lightness really make this tablet incredibly attractive.  Enhance your mobility... turn your device into a power tool.  Discover select accessories specifically designed to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.

    As any fashionista, this writer will own up to wanting to see equally attractive protective covers, cases, and the like to dress up this tablet. For the home, would like to see other accessories, such as , stylus & pens, docks, chargers, data cables, earpieces & headsets that integrate this kind of purchase into day to day living.

    What’s more, the price point for this beauty is enticing at about $249). Agreements with Verizon are available for greater discounts on the device, but as always, look into carrier options and contracts as the long term cost seriously outweighs the upfront additional costs on the device.

    Worthy of a second date? Likely. Do your homework and be comforted in the fact that the tablet market is ever growing and not nearly as exclusive / tied to carriers, so your choices are varied!

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  • By Megan Fleet

    Nokia's latest product roadmap suggests that they are definitely on top of things! The Finnish company recently released their flagship Windows 7 smartphone, the Lumia 800 as part of the growing Nokia cell phone product line.  As good business practices dictate, they haven’t taken months to get a software update out to its customers to add “new sparkle dust” with some post-distribution improvements.

    In the next two weeks the update will be rolled out ushering innovative performance enhancing changes.  While, not the most glamorous of enhancements,  Nokia will dramatically improve battery charging time - something so important when your phone starts to sputter out of juice.  A great “just in case” option for high consumption users is to leverage premium electronic accessories, such as, batteries, memory cards, data cables, stylus & pens to enhance their devices.Nokia On the Upswing – Lumia800 Update

    Additional business oriented improvements were made to voicemail notifications and the email reply function for Microsoft Exchange 2003 - an business(imperative when working on the go.  Visually, Nokia has ameliorated the Lumia 800’s display allwing for improved viewing in bright lighting.  Your audio experience will also be positively tweaked with this update that brings higher quality sound through your headphones earpieces.

    For the eager Nokia customers who have already purchased the Lumia 800, look for this software update to be made available through Microsoft Zune. Be aware that it is slated as a phased rolled out, to minimize stress on the system from simultaneous downloads. And for those expecting to see a new Nokia under the tree, another update with more improvements and fixes will be in sometime within the first part of 2012.  In the interim, additional memory or mini SD cards as well as cases and skins and other accessories can supplement your storage needs and enable you to  customize your Lumia 800 addition.

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  • By: John Castel

    Asus has the tech world a buzz over its Asus Padfone, with an expected market release within the mid 2012 horizon. Asus has kept the peanut gallery on its toes not only about its Russian doll-like tablet dock but about the processor the Padfone would be powered by. This PC manufacturer debuted its smartphone May 2011 which was said to have a Tegra2 processor inside.  Discover how unlocked cell phones can save you money... by enpowering you to choose your preferred service provider and negotiate a service contract that best meets your lifestyle needs.

    Assus Announces Padfone - Ice Cream Sandwich

    Initially speculators were led to believe this device with incorporate Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor;  yet, according to And now that the reveal moment is near Asus fans will be pleased with recent interview, executive Nicole Scott wherein she disclosed that the Padfone will generate some impressive power with by Nvidia’s quad-core Tegra 3 under the hood. Even more exciting is the fast approaching unveiling date: February 27, 2012 at the Mobile World Congress.  Some critics say the quad-core processor is overkill for a smartphone, but with the ingenious tablet screen available for functions requiring more space the potential of using this device as a PC is great.  Enhance your mobility... turn your device into a power tool.  Discover,  how accessories such as, stylus & pens, memory cards, data cables, bluetooth keyboards and mini speakers can to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.

    With the ever diversifying mobile tablet and cell phone options in the global marketplace, the competition to earn the business of consumers and get industry props is fierce. But as with anything, innovation and trend setters make bold moves to forge the path – they don’t mimic their contemporaries.

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