Panasonic X70

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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The Panasonic X70 looks and feels much like its precursor, the GD87, but there are a few notable distinctions. One is the X70's brilliant 65,000-color TFT display, perfect for taking crisp, colorful snapshots. Second is the X70's improved Java support, which makes using applications and playing wireless games more convenient than ever before.

But the Panasonic X70 also offers several key data-management and other performance upgrades as well. An increased memory pool gives you more room to store digital photographs, text messages, and e-mails, while better Bluetooth technology keeps you wired into your other devices such as your PDA and laptop. Meanwhile the X70's five hours of talking time is a huge step forward when it comes to battery life.

More Business Applications of the Panasonic X70

With a phonebook that holds over 200 entries, your X70 gives you a lot of latitude when traveling on the road. Each entry provides space for up to three numbers and two different e-mail addresses, so you can find your business contacts on their office and mobile numbers alike, as well as their work and private e-mail. You can also store up to 100 events in your daily planner as well as keep a log of your outgoing, incoming, and missed calls.

As an unlocked GSM phone, the X70 can travel with you domestically or abroad with no interruption to your service. One of the miracles of triband phones is their ability to cross borders and adapt to new frequencies with little or no effort. With the third generation of GSM phones on the way, these features will only continue to improve until the whole world is united on one common communications network. At least, that's where we're headed.

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