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UNVEILED: HTC announced the HTC Advantage X7501
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 26.03.07 - 17:37:26 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 14382x
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Following HTC's earlier HTC Advantage X7500 announcement, HTC today announced the HTC Advantage X7501; a powerful mobile office device that lets you work wherever and whenever you want. Powered by Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 with Direct Push Technology, you have the office tools you need while on the road. Attach the QWERTY keyboard and easily type up documents, E-Mails and messages. The huge 5-inch VGA display provides you more than enough room for surfing the Web and viewing documents. The X7501 is sporting HSDPA/UMTS (2100 MHz for Europe, 850/1900 MHz for USA) as well as quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE for all regions. In addition, the X7501 includes WiFi b/g and Bluetooth.

The built-in 8 GB hard drive gives you plenty of room to store your work and media files on the phone, and if that’s not enough, insert a miniSD card to add even more storage space. Use the TV Out feature to output contents on the screen onto an external display such as a Projector or TV when doing presentations or sharing photos. You can also print out documents by connecting to a Bluetooth or network printer. Have your office with you wherever you are with the HTC Advantage X7501.

The HTC Advantage X7501 will become available in summer this year from selected retailers as well as A price wasn't given today.

Cheers ~ Arne

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