LG eXpo GW820, a touchscreen 3G phone from AT&T was launched in the US today. LG has not announced whether it will come to other countries including India, but here, we have all the technical specifications and features for you. The LG eXpo will be on sale from December 7 to AT&T's enterprise customers for $200 after mail-in rebate with new contract.
BenQ has launched their first every digital camcorder - and its a full HD 1080p. We have a little problem with the name though - they call it the Benq Camcorder M1. That just does not sound right, does it?
Spice Mobile has launched the Spice M-6060 dual-sim GSM mobile in India.
Asus has launched the Asus Eee PC 1201HA netbook in the US market.
Airfone Mobile has launched another dual sim phone in the Indian market, the Airfone AF11, after the launch of the Flip 29i, AF 26 and AF 31 dual sim phones.
We have been hearing about this GPS kit from Magellan for a couple of weeks and now it is finally here. If you already have an iPhone or an iPod Touch, just get this and you don't need to spend on a standalone GPS device for your car.
Asus has launched the first ever multi-touch netbook, the T91MT. That MT stands for Multi Touch, as you know. Interesting that Asus has done this, when most computers or laptops in the market currently do not feature multi-touch in any form.
Motorola has announced an ultra basic flip phone for the masses who do not care about apps, operating systems or 12 megapixel cameras - the i410 which will be available towards the end of 2009 on Boost Mobile.