Monday, September 18, 2006

G'z One by Casio


My cell phone

Basic Features

Phone
*Calling ID
*Call Waiting
*Voice messaging service (bilingual)

*International call(s) feature activated
*Text messaging aka C-mail.
*Real HTML email with AU fonts and graphix.
*Email attachments 3X.

Infrared wireless messaging and data transfer.

MP3 Player.

SD Card 256 MB.

2.1 Megapixel digital camera.

Bar-code reader & vending machine activator (yes I can use my cell phone to get a Coca-cola out of any vending machine in Japan).

Personal information bar code reader i.e. buisiness cards, building history, etc.

Voice recognition/dialing feature.

3/D video graphics support.

Clock, calculator, calendar, alarm, vibration, LED color ringer with various (customizable) ring tones.


My cell phone #2

Special Features to the G'Z One Phone

Shock resistant.

Water proof.

Trilungual Language setting: Japanese/English/Chinese

FM tuner/digital compass

EZ NAVI GPS navigation tracking.

PC viewer to upload realtime webpages including GOOGLE and YAHOO!

Mobile Dictionary, including: Japanese to Japanese, Japanese to English, English to Japanese, Japanese slang, and a Katakana look up. Easy jump to feature from email to dictionary.

Movie factory/ Wallpaper editor

IC recorder for digital confrence recording or personal notes with up to 1 hour in stereo (3 hours regular).


My cell phone #3

The list goes on, but I'll save you the trouble and just say that this phone is darn cool!

2 comments:

Mark Gaved said...

too cool! how much do these phones cost? I'd really love one!

charlie said...

as a north american, all i can ever do is use a w42ca for its all-but-a-phone functions, but if you ever have a desire to sell it, please do let me know:

jaromir_jr
at
go.com