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Comex 2007: The Full Monty!

HTC and Jabra Booths

HTC's Booth

 HTC showing up for the very first time following the acquisition of the Dopod brand and setting up a care centre in Singapore.

 Exclusively for COMEX 2007 is the wasabi green HTC Touch. Everything about it is exactly the same as the black version except that it costs $40 more to own at $838. 1GB microSD card is standard though.

 Making a splash at COMEX 2007 is the new HTC _3600i. This device packs in HSDPA (3.5G) support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP & AVRCP, and a built-in GPS antenna for navigation. It's currently selling at $1,228.

 The usage proposition of the Dopod U1000 remains very niche, appealing mostly to gadget lovers who really want an all-in-one device. If $1,688 is a price that's comfortably within your means, then this mini notebook will be an excellent mobile companion for you and your Internet lifestyle. The promotional bundle ocmes with a Canon Pixma MP145 photo printer that's worth $179.

 Smartphone lovers who prefer one handed operation over stylus input will love the Dopod C730 that comes with 3.5G HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Push Mail and editable Microsoft Excel and Word for genuine mobile office productivity. $798 will get you a 4GB flash memory thumbdrive worth $79 free.

Jabra's Booth

 Be truly handsfree with the Jabra range of Bluetooth headsets, which not only makes you look professional, but also hip, with its interchangeable cover designs from the Jabra BT3010. From left: Jabra BT 5020 ($148), Jabra BT250v ($98) and the Jabra BT3010 ($78)


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