Just when you think you've got a phone that does everything, someone comes along and adds a feature you never even knew you needed. Anyone playing games on an S60 phone is no doubt crying out for a Wii Remote connection, while DoCoMo is adding a heart rate monitor and breath analyser to its latest handset, Reuters reports. The …
...it make more sense when you consider that the latest N-series devices have a "TV-out" connection. Aaaahh......
Can get baseball on it as well
With no need for a wii remote. Place phone in one hand, hold baseball bat in other, throw phone upwards then grab the bat with the hand that was holding the phone. Now quickly swing the bat while trying to hit the phone
Best played outside and not on a crowded train
That is the best use for a N series, I've ever heard.
... they should have made a phone that would double as a wiimote. I mean, most already have a speaker, vibrator, bluetooth and a crapload of buttons. Have a charger that doubles as a nunchuck and you're in business.
So! Thats! Where! The! Missing! Exclaimation! Marks! From! Recent! Yahoo! Headlines! Have! Gone!
The've been inverted and stuck in Wiiiiii headlines...
I won't buy
one of these types of phones till the pain induction ray becomes standard.
...have they still not come up with a phone with inbuilt taser?
I'd pay good money for that.
@I won't buy
one of these until they have a qwerty keyboard, 8-band UMTS/GSM radio, and GPS.
Fitness Analysis Device on Mobiles
Most already have one of these devices fitted, it's the small mirror alongside the camera lens used for 'self-portraits'. Just take a look at yourself....
Re: I won't buy
>> one of these types of phones till the pain induction ray becomes standard.
You clearly haven't used an S60 device - though I admit the pain induction ray is currently limited to the person trying to use the damn thing.
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