Gigabyte Communications today announced the launch of GSmart brand in Russia. During the GSmart Launch Event in Moscow, Russia, Mr. Tony Mestres, Senior Director of Microsoft WW Field & Sales/Mobile & Embedded Devices Marketing, has briefed the general situation in the world of Windows Mobile devices and has emphasized the important contribution that Gigabyte Communications has advanced in this field. Gigabyte has launched GSmart brand with GSmart i128 as the first TV-enabled mobile PDA phone in the World.
Gigabyte's Windows Mobile based GSmart i128 delivers entertainment values with
analog TV. In fact, GSmart i128 offers real-time TV broadcasting on one's
favorite game or news. Users may watch terrestrial TV for free. By presetting
terrestrial TV channels to 39 countries worldwide, GSmart i128 offers TV roaming
for travelers on-the-go. For instance, travelers may watch World Cup or Olympic
Games on-the-go during the trip to Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore,
Japan, China, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Russia, Australia, India,
(Just in case you wonder - the TV antenna can be removed)
In addition to its
entertainment value, Gigabyte GSmart i128 may assist business travelers to
efficiently manage their time working from anywhere. In fact, GSmart i128 offers
efficient and speedy mobile internet access via WI-FI or GPRS. Powered by
Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone Edition and AKU2.3 Push E-Mail
technology, GSmart i128 allows real time E-Mail, schedule, and tasks. At the
same time, business travelers may stay productive using Mobile Office programs,
such as Word Mobile, PowerPoint Mobile, and Excel Mobile.
Gigabyte GSmart i128 wants to keep business executives connected via voice,
data, mobile business application and mobile entertainment. Leading the future
with wireless technology, Gigabyte Communications will continue to serve the
global market with innovation and creativity.
Please note, that the GSmart
i128 supports analogue TV only which is switched off in more and more countries
around the globe. For instance, in Germany terrestrial-based TV is available in
metropolitan areas via the digital DVB-T standard only; analogue terrestrial TV
is switched of in most of the metropolitan areas already.
Cheers ~ Arne