Event Coverage

IT Show 2010 Coverage - Part 2

By Team HardwareZone - 12 Mar 2010

Sony Ericsson's Booth

Sony Ericsson's Booth

If you're in the market for a new phone and want something chic to go along with your fashion sense, Sony Ericsson has some pretty phones waiting for you.

The Sony Ericsson Vivaz looks both good and performs just as splendidly with its 720p video recording capability. Pay $798 for this sleek phone, and you get an 8GB microSD card plus a 7" digital photo frame worth $168.

Entertainment on the go, with the Sony Ericsson Walkman W595, is pretty affordable at $268. The W595 also comes with a 2GB Memory Stick Micro to load all your songs for your daily commute.

Hook up the Sony Ericsson Aino to your DLNA enabled devices, and you can watch all your movie contents from the Aino onto the big screen. Of course, you'll have to fork out $638 first to own not only the Aino, but also an 8GB microSD card.

Symantec's Booth

 Anti-virus is serious business, so hop on over to level 6 and check out Symantec's booth for its full range of Norton Anti-virus programs.

Getting an all-round protection from Norton 360 would cost you $59 for 1 user, and $99 for 3 users.

Want peace of mind when you're surfing the internet? Buy the Norton Internet Security 2010 at $39 for 1 user, or $69 for 3 users, and your PC will be protected from malware and identity theft.

If all you need is a basic package, the Norton Antivirus 2010 should be sufficient, and costs you only a mere $29 for a single user.

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