The Nokia N99, is it real. Pictures are floating around the net. Blogs are talking about it, bookmarks are getting interesting reviews. Social networks, are spreading the word. Faster then wild fire, spreads a fire. The speculation is end less. The true question is. Will, this phone be on the market anytime soon? That question, has been on every nokia fans mind. The answer, is still un answered. Though, some high profile blogs have reported, that the phone is still in its building stage.
Another odd thing about the Nokia N99, is the keyboard. They seem, to not care about the new futuristic designs. Touch screen, surface touch, or anything related to not clicking. Instead, the phone has a “qwerty” keyboard layout.
This phone has a sliding out QWERTY- Keyboard
Its salient features are:
Oh Yes! You read it absolutely correctly. 160GB. Its an external hard disk with a video screen.
Apple has come up with the 160GB iPod Classic.
This is an improvised form of the previous ipods.
The iPod classic features an updated design on the digital media player you already. Some of the new bits include a sleek all-metal enclosure, a massive increase in storage space, a thinner body, and a brand-new user interface featuring Cover Flow.
The iPod Classic is just like the fifth-generation iPod with video, only slimmer, tougher, and injected with a more visually rich graphical user interface.
Other tiny changes that distinguish it from the previous ones are:
Shuffle settings now appear if you press the center button three times while playing music.
Subtle font changes have modernized the look of the Now Playing screen .
Album art now appears with a slight 3D rotation and a mirrored effect underneath.
Hop out to the main menus, and you'll see more album art floating gracefully on the left side of the screen, which used to consist of simple white space.
Browsing through either albums or artists reveals more album art to the far left of the screen alongside each album listed.
Other Specifications are:
Connects to a PC or Mac through USB (using the dock connector)