Tablet PC from Freescale

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Freescale presents a series of future concepts for smart mobile devices based on Freescale technology. We hope these concepts provide a window into the range of possible devices that can be envisioned and delivered by consumer electronics manufacturers. Take 1 depicts a pre-teen consumer whose priorities are social networking, entertainment, light gaming and school work.









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Text messaging world record?

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Adapter for 2 SIM-cards for iPhone 4

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Most cases are designed for the sole purpose of protecting a smartphone from getting scratched. This latest case for the iPhone 4 has a second function. That is to provide an area to hold a pair of SIM cards allowing the iPhone 4 to be used with dual SIM cards rather than a single SIM card.

To get the dual SIM cards connected to the iPhone 4 a ribbon cable is provided that you insert in to the microSIM slot. This then folds around the back of the iPhone 4 to a place where the case holds them in to position.

The adapter provides a way to switch between SIM cards without switching the iPhone 4 off which is handy for times when you want to use more data for example, or switch to a SIM card that has more text messages available.





Prise wise, it costs $28.99 and is available from USB Fever.

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