18 posts • joined Tuesday 30th September 2008 22:12 GMT
What about the batteries, where do they come from? They have lots of nastybits inside, from all round thr world.
There was a study done to work out which cars have best green credientials over the period of their whole life, from manufacturing to disposal. The best car? Toyota Landcruiser, mostly becuase it goes on FOREVER.
"Working it out over 18 months...
By Tony Chandler Posted Tuesday 24th March 2009 15:39 GMT
...this would cost you £31 a month. Makes the £3.50 extra you'd pay for 600 minutes, 500 texts and unlimited* data on O2 sound not too shabby. Unless of course you were already in a contract etc.
*yeah, yeah, I know"
I'm under the impression it is actually unlimited on iphones now. it was a fairuse policy of up to 250mb per month (more than enough for most people) but it is now only limited by the hours you can stay awake
open memory cards
"a strong supporter of open operating systems?
Anonymous Coward • Wednesday 10th December 2008 17:04 GMT
But not a strong supporter of open memory cards."
Perhaps not the strongest, but the k850i took both M2 and microSD, and not the X1 takes microSD too.
Yes, these were all recalled back to the main warehouse last month. Now they come with the windows version. We've also started doing Asus EeePC 701s, but the XP version. Not great on a 7" screen.
I think we should have kept Hardy versions, along with XP versions, people like XP for good reason. Personally i like my Hardy Heron version just fine.
Secondly, at least with a StarTAC there's a chance of it having "retro charm", as perhaps a pacman would?....maybe. There is however NO chance of a blackberry Storm having any lasting charm.
What a looser.
I fancy a new Aston Martin.... off to the Tat studio.
Re: Re: Re: Green?
I could be massively more interested in my longer lasting battery.
I'd like to know how much power it would save, and how many more polar bears will have homes thanks to this "green" invention.
I'm fairly certain that the c905 is a better phone. Most people dont use their mobile for making skype calls or for playing old console games. So for usual use, the c905 is better, as far as i am concerned. Most people will use their phone for making calls, sending texts, taking pics/vids, and for sometimes playing games. C905 will do all those things, very well, in the most simple way.
Of course the magic of S60 will definitely win over the "nerds", and i can totally understand why. If i wanted s60 though, i'd go for the Nokia N95-2 (black 8gb model).
I guess it just depends what you are looking for.
BTW i mean "nerds" as a totally endearing term.
"clearance" are returned handsets, either people didn't like them, or they were faulty, now fixed. Should be ok, just cant be sold as "new".
I would choose the C905 though, Similar prices, and i think much better.
Samsung (hearts) LG
want to know what samsung is about to release, just look at what LG is about to release, and the otherway round
This new samsung will be just like the LG KC910 Renoir, but probably much better.
....mine's the Samsung Staff lab jacket with a bunch of tech info from LG's R&D dept in the inside pocket.
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