Wanted: Philantrophists & Gadget Geeks

Sony has consistently been on the forefront of cutting-edge technology eversince, keeping its loyal market satisfied and everyone else salivating at every gadget that the company releases. From the first Walkman in 1979, Hi-Fi’s, Playstations, HandyCams, Wegas, Bravias, and Vaios have graced our homes and shaped our lives, successfully earning a reputation for topnotch quality.

Sony DSC-T2Just few months ago, a newborn was the 8.1-megapixel Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T2 digital camera with 4 gigabytes of internal memory; touch-sensitive widescreen LCD; scrapbook, retouching and photo album functions; full HD capability and the impressive Smile Shutter feature. Smile Shutter allows the camera to automatically capture photographs when it “sees” a smiling human face. This Cyber-Shot rocks!

But how can I get more tempted when I came across the Sony Ericsson K850i Cyber-Shot phone in the pages of the Philippine Star? It boasts of a 5-megapixel camera, a second camera for video calling, and a large (2.4 inches) screen in an amazingly small body.

Sony Ericsson K850i

Add to that its image stabilizer for shaky hands, timer function when no one wants to be a photographer, and the BestPic feature that renders nine different pictures in one capture. More adventurous shots are possible with the Xenon Flash and the Landscape Twilight, Sepia, and Black & White modes.

To justify it overload of talents, the K850i is dressed up in designer coat. It is not your ordinary LCD, number keypad and joystick but a fresh new experience for textaholic fingers as its rectangular cursor key is embedded within the number keypad layout enclosing the digits “2” and “5.” Neatness!

It’s getting more confusing to choose a mobile phone, though, as aesthetics, ease-of-use, and technology get into the equation (think W960i vs. K850i). But with all the sensible innovations that Sony Ericsson phones are now offering, we are finally coming to convergence nirvana. As with me, I need a philantrophist to satiate my craving for the K850i. Anybody?


One thought on “Wanted: Philantrophists & Gadget Geeks

  1. This is an awesom writting for Sony Technology, an edge to the next and a higher level of technology. Ferdinand Ocsit writtings blow people’s mind in putting technology as a daily grant of life.
    Sony realy Rocks.
    Ferdinand Ocsit “A Genius Writter”

    ADOBE Specialist


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