Huwebes, Setyembre 11, 2008

HTC Touch Pro

The past few weeks have been really busy for all the YouGotTech contributors and I'm glad to share that we've been getting invitations to tech events! We are THE tech blog for non-techies! Woohoo!

One of the things I've been looking into lately are the hi-tech phones. I've been thinking about upgrading my phone with a unit that would make my mobile internet experience enjoyable. I don't bother using my phones to go online now coz the browsing experience is just really useless. 

And if ever I do decide (give it about a year more!) to change or upgrade my phone I'd want it to have the following useful features: (1) great internet browsing experience; (2) can take photos that would be usable for my blogs; (3) also videos; but I guess the most important feature for me would be #1 because without it I think I'd stick to what I have now till it conks out.

I had the chance to see the new HTC Touch Pro during its launch at the Renaissance Hotel and I thought it was an interesting phone coz of its snazzy features and here are just some that I managed to jot down during the event:

  • the keypad is a QWERTY keyboard
  • it's got a 2.8 inch touch screen
  • the touch screen is great for web browsing
  • 3.2 megapixel camera
  • it's got a video out which you can connect to the TV or LCD projector (good for presentations!)
  • internal 512 MB memory and you can put in a micro SD card up to 16GB
Come to think of it it's like a pocket laptop which can also use to do calls and SMS. The HTC Touch Pro will be available in the Philippines by mid-September 2008 and SRP is at PhP50,800 (uhoh!). For more information about the phone please visit HTC.

And you be the judge coz methinks I'll be sticking to my current phones for at least a year more :D

2 komento:

  1. PHP50,800?! No way! It's enough for 3 PalmOne Centro's and burger for the entire gang for a week ;)

  2. interesting features !
    kinda pricey though considering laptops are in the 20-40k range. but i guess it's the price for having everything packed into a little gadget.

    I think the TV out is a great feature especially if you have more than 1 person you need to show something to. At least the people don't need to squeeze and bunch up together just to see your phone's screen.