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My mobile phone Phone description and details My mobile phone is called the Sony Ericsson K700i. It is silver, and it can be bought in several different colours. The phone has a numeric keyboard that lights up when the buttons are pressed. It has GPRS internet connection and is WAP compatible. It can play polyphonic ring tones and MP3 format songs. It can also play MP4 and has a camera for capturing pictures and videos. The phone has a FM Radio that operates through a small satellite through headphones and is a tri-band phone (it can be used in 5 continents). It has a facility to SMS (Short message service) and MMS (multi-media message service). It also has SMS predictive text. It has Bluetooth and infrared technology. It weighs 96g and has a 65,000-colour screen. The phone has voice-dialling, can download games, music or video and has a vibration alert. It has a USB port and can synchronise contacts and calendar with a computer. Its talk-time lasts up to 240 minutes. The Main Menu Pressing the middle, round button once, accesses the main menu. It consists of 12 options; media album, orange live, orange downloads, camera, messages, radio, connectivity, address book, entertainment, settings, organizer and media player. To select an option you pushed the round button in the direction of the option required then press it down when you want to open that option. Media Album is basically a collection of all your media. All your; pictures, ring-tones, mp3 songs, videos, games and recordings are kept there. ...read more.

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Whereas nowadays if I am out and need a lift all I have to do is reach into my pocket and ring my parents. If I do not have my MP3 player with me and I want to listen to my music then all I have to do is reach into my pocket and listen to it via my phone. This is a recent addition to my phone technology, if a year or two ago I had gone out and not brought my MP3 player with me, there would not be a personal choice of music available for me. Me And My DVD Player My DVD Player's features My DVD Player's official name is "Wharfedale WMTS-6801 DVD 5.1 Micro System". DVD stands for Digital Versatile Disk. It is a 35 watt system and is PAL and NTSC compatible. Another feature is its DVD/CD/JPEG File/ CD-R/ CD-RW/ MP3 with Progressive scan. It has Search, memory, pause, skip and repeat functions. It also has a 5.1 channel output with Dolby Digital and base, treble and balance control. The Output sockets include S-Video, Coaxial Digital, AV out/in and SCART. IT has buttons on the actual central console for controlling The DVD Player has a headphone socket and coloured co-ordinated leads for easy connection. It comes with a remote control that requires AA batteries which are supplied anyway. Its dimensions are; size main unit (H)14.8, (W)18.5, (D)28cm, size speakers (H)21.2, (W)15.5, (D)17.5cm, size rear speakers (H)8.7, (W)8.7, (D)8.7cm, size centre speakers (H)8.7, (W)8.7, (D)8.7cm, size subwoofer (H)21.2, (W)15.5, (D)24cm. ...read more.

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The whole package is extremely easy to use and as I use them all a lot this comes in handy. The auto-spell correct feature on Microsoft Word is brilliant and is something I use all the time, it saves me from looking up words in the dictionary all of the time. I use the Outlook Express programme (email) to send work home or receive work from home. Whereas before, I would have to pop home and save my work to a floppy disk (unreliable) and take it in to school. Another good point is the broadband connection to the internet. I also use this, a lot. There are two internet browsers on the computer (Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox). I use Mozilla Firefox rather than Microsoft Internet Explorer. I find it easier to use and as it has site tabs at the top of the screen I can use it more efficiently. The internet has its problems though, as it takes a long time to load up some internet pages. I use the internet to do research on things when I am doing my work, before the internet I would have had to go to the school library and spend several tedious hours looking up information in big books and encyclopaedia. A major disadvantage the computer has is its speed in opening and closing programmes. Sometimes It can take up to five minutes to open a programme where as it should just open straight away. This is pretty useless as it delays me doing my work or it sometimes even crashes and loses my work. Overall the computer is extremely straightforward to use and easy to save and find my work with. ...read more.

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