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MWC10 LIVE: Acer unveils Acer neoTouch P400 Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 15.02.10 - 20:08:00 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6620x
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And the last smartphone Acer unveiled at today's Mobile World Congress is super-slim Acer neoTouch P400 with its stylishly & smooth chrome finish and featuring Acer's all-new signature design home ring combines class, style and sophistication with instant functionality. The neoTouch P400 brings style and simplicity to the smartphone world and bridges the gap between work and play with the latest release of Windows Mobile 6.5.3 with optimized touch controls to assure a completely new web experience. The neoTouch 400 uses the powerful yet extremely efficient Qualcomm 7227 processor running at 600 MHz and comes with Internet Explorer 6 Mobile with Flash support.

The neoTouch P400 puts in your hands a complete set of productivity applications including Mail, Microsoft Exchange Server Support and Microsoft Office Mobile applications so you can control your entire office and much, much more with a single finger, no matter where you are.

With Internet Explorer 6 Mobile you can switch between column and full screen formats, log in to secure sites, make purchases, fill out and submit forms online as effortlessly as you would on your PC. Also features Bing, the revolutionary new search engine from Microsoft, a fresh new approach to search, to help you make better decisions while on the move by focusing initially on four key user tasks and related areas: making a purchase, planning a trip, researching a health condition or finding a local business.

The black and chrome finish of the neoTouch P400 makes the perfect companion to the most stylish and trendy users and it is also available with two exchangeable battery covers in fingerprint-proof soft touch black and high-gloss silver that wrap around the sides and give the neoTouch P400 its distinctively sophisticated look.

Your life isn't all work, it's also a mix of images, video and music and the neoTouch P400 is a great place to store them and enjoy them. Simply fire up Windows Media Player 10 and your music, video clips and pictures are instantly ready to captivate you. It comes with a dedicated YouTubeTM application built right in, so you can search for more than just text and images on the move. And thanks to the combination of a high-definition screen and 3G+ and WiFi connectivity, you can now find and stream high-definition videos in seconds. The big 3.2" high-definition (HVGA) touch screen offers rich, vibrant colors and ultra-sensitive precision.

The neoTouch P400 installs a 3.2 megapixel autofocus digital camera mounted on the rear complete with autofocus and geo-tagging capabilities capable of taking crystal clear pictures thanks to filters and anti-shake option, which can then be sent directly to your contacts or shared on social networking sites. Perfect for turning unexpected moments into unforgettable ones.

The neoTouch P400 offers easy back-up & automatic wireless and web-based synchronization with your netbook or notebook, allowing you to easily manage your Contacts & Calendar and documents across all your Acer devices.

In addition to the exceptional standard applications, the neoTouch P400 also provides instant access to the Microsoft Marketplace, so you whenever you need a new application, game or just a software update, you're just a tap or two away.

The Acer neoTouch is planned to be available from May 2010. It's most likely not upgradeable to Windows Phone 7!

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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