Alcatel has finally released the One Touch COM in the UK. If you missed the hype, this product is a pocket-sized phone which integrates three services - GSM mobile, personal organiser and Internet Email access.
The company has aimed the product at mobile exexcutives saying that it enables the user to keep up with the demands of business life.
Other applications include a calender, notepad, address book, calculator and world clock.
The product has a touch screen display and a stylus pen that replaces the traditional telephone keys. Users can be updated remotely using SMS from another One Touch COM or via the Internet.
Designed as a PC companion, the One Touch COM provides synchronisation of data shared by smartphone and PC.
Using a docking station for desktops, or a wireless infrared port connection (IrDa compliant) for notebooks.
It costs #249 which includes your network connection.
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