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Motorola MILESTONE 2 – Simply Better

Motorola just hit another Milestone – literally. Creatively dubbed after its award-winning predecessor, MILESTONE 2 enhanced with MOTOBLUR has just been recently released by Motorola. This new Android 2.2 based Motorola smartphone promises faster speed, more messaging, more storage, better web experience with Adobe Flash Player 10.1, more multimedia and more personalization and connectivity options than its older sibling.

The Motorola MILESTONE 2 features a 1Ghz processor, letting users to go through their phone content swiftly even when running multiple applications at the same time or browsing several open web pages. It also lets users respond to e-mails or texts promptly with an enhanced and more spacious QWERTY keyboard which features larger keys and better tactility for easier typing. MILESTONE 2 can also act as a mobile hotspot for 3G and to connect up to five WiFi enabled devices – users can virtually turn themselves into a center of productivity. For storage, it has 8GB internal memory with 8GB microSD card inbox that can be further upgraded to 32GB for a total of 40GB of memory. MILESTONE 2 also features the newest version of Motorola’s exclusive solution, MOTOBLUR, which makes managing of entire emails, messages and social updates easier and simpler. Other MOTOBLUR features include filtering options, resizable widgets, new corporate security and a flexible battery manager.

Additional significant features of the Motorola MILESTONE 2 include 720p HD video capture and playback, Multi-touch screen, 5MP camera with dual LED flash and DLNA, Bluetooth 2.1 and WiFi connectivity with 802.11n support.

You can also check out its sibling Motorola MILESTONE here.

Cruz Tablets and eReaders: Style and Utility You Can Afford

Sure you like to browse your eBooks and videos with flare. Problem is, this often means a huge sum of money to be able to afford the newest eReaders and tablets in the market. But, now that the new Cruz line-up of tablets and eReaders is finally here, that’s bound to change.

The new Cruz Tablet and Cruz Reader bring utility and style within everybody’s reach. Priced at a little less than $300 and $200, respectively, these new devices feature the latest technologies. Both come with a 7-inch colored capacitive touch screen, USB connectivity, and a slot for SB card. What’s more is that they feature an 800 MHz processor, the Google Android 2.1 operating system, and Flash 10.1. How’s that for feature-packed and techie?

And when it comes to style, you’ll surely love the sleekness of these Cruz gadgets. The tablet comes with a docking station, enabling the device to double as a digital photo frame. It’s also equipped with a 2-megapixel webcam in front. There will also be a Cruz market app store available, from which you can download all your needed ebooks and other software.

Although not yet in the market, word has it that the Cruz tablets and eReaders will reach stores sometime in July. While waiting for their availability, you may want to take a look at other Velocity Micro devices: office and home work stations, notebooks, and even home theater entertainment systems. You can find a Velocity Micro desktop at Amazon, together with other products from the said company.

FusionGarage’s JooJoo Tablet Will Ship End of February

Been waiting for your gadget itching hands to lay its fingers on the iPad? Why not get the JooJoo tablet instead? A contender worthy enough of your hard earned $499.

The JooJoo tablet was announced last year bearing the CrunchPad name. However, due to some legal problems, it was renamed to JooJoo from the original African word joujou that means magical object. But what could be inside this magical object?

The JooJoo has a 12″1 screen that occupies the whole front of the gadget. It has a glass screen with capacitive multi-touch capability for accurate finger actions and gestures. The processor is a 1.6GHz Atom which is sufficient to run all the web applications and play 1080p quality videos. Unlike the iPad, JooJoo supports Flash 10.1 and Java which means you can experience the full rich multimedia content that the internet has - i.e. Mafia Wars, FarmVille, and Pet Society. This tablet computer doesn’t run Windows or a version of Android OS. It uses a WebKit based operating system that is similar to Safari and Chrome web browser; making operations fast and respond quickly.

JooJoo internet tablet only weighs 2.4lbs or 1.1kg. It can last 5 hours of internet surfing and has camera for video conferencing. Other handy components are the speakers, 3.5mm audio port, USB port, accelerometer and ambient light sensor.

The drawback? Its concept of pure internet tablet. Because of this, you cannot really store pictures or videos on the device for playback. This justifies the lack of need for a bigger drive space than the 4GB SSD drive. It is expected that by the end of February, FusionGarage will start fulfilling pre-orders.