Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Nokia E51 Dual Mode Business Phone (with VoIP)

The E51 is a dual-mode model, working with GSM networks and Wi-Fi hotspots for businesses eyeing or already using so-called "converged" services -- VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) technology alongside traditional phone networks. Slim and elegant, Nokia has taken time to make sure the Nokia E51 looks good yet has all the business features you need for working on the go.
Nokia is hoping to spur businesses to adopt its E-series phones by convincing IT managers they'll save money over the long term by using the mobiles in combination with VOIP software. The unsubsidized price of the E51 will be ,350 (US$485) and should be available in the last three months of the year.
The E51, which runs the S60 series operating system, may be built for business, but it's shiny, slim and attractive, forgoing a fattening QWERTY keypad to keep its figure. It is only 12mm thick with its other dimensions 114mm x 46mm and a nice light weight at 100 grams. Nokia has packed enough business smarts into the phone to make it acorporate buy, but have a few features to make this phone your own. It has an FM radio and of course music and multimedia players, a 2 megapixel camera with 4x zoom and among its business features like Outlook and Lotus Notes integration, the phone will let you runYahoo Go! WidSets, and a number of travel, personal productivity and entertainment applications.

Connecting via 3G, HSDPA, or WLAN connection you can quickly get access to Windows Live services including Hotmail, Messenger and Spaces. The phone integrates with a wide range of business email solutions, including Nokia Intellisync Wireless Email and Mail for Exchange to communicate with Microsoft Exchange Server, but you can also use consumer mail solutions as well.


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