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  1. #1
    michael turner
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    Been playing with(evaluating) a SE k700i, and what grabbed my attention
    the most is the included 'Super Real Tennis' Java game. All I can say is
    wow!!. It's quite impressive graphically, almost on a level with some
    3D Sony PSone console games.

    Now I always thought that midlet Java games had the capabilities
    and speed of something like a 1982 8bit Commodore C64 or Sinclair
    Spectrum, well that was the impression I got having seen a lot of these
    games on various handsets.

    I haven't seen the 'Super Real Tennis' game available for any other
    handset.

    So I'm guessing that the SE k700i has some sort of 3D rendering engine,
    sort of like the graphic cards on desktop PCs. Would this be correct ?

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  2. #2
    michael turner
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    Re: k700i Java speed.

    On Sun, 10 Oct 2004 20:49:30 +0100, michael turner wrote:

    > So I'm guessing that the SE k700i has some sort of 3D rendering engine,
    > sort of like the graphic cards on desktop PCs.


    .....and game consoles of course.

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  3. #3
    eggster2k
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    Re: k700i Java speed.

    >So I'm guessing that the SE k700i has some sort of 3D rendering engine,
    >sort of like the graphic cards on desktop PCs. Would this be correct ?


    correct, yes.


    From SE:

    How does the 3D Games technology work (K700 series)

    In Sony Ericsson K700i/K700c Java 3D gaming software, supporting
    cutting-edge 3D graphics, is supported. Other features, such as 40
    tones polyphonic sound and force feedback, provide a much richer
    gaming experience.

    The large 1.8" TFT screen adds to a lasting gaming experience.
    Downloading graphic intensive games, requiring up to 32 MB user
    memory, is also possible. With operator support, there is the
    possibility for multi player games against friends.


    I'm currently waiting for my new k700i, should be here tomorrow. Can't
    wait!







  4. #4
    michael turner
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    Re: k700i Java speed.

    On Sun, 10 Oct 2004 23:11:53 +0100, eggster2k wrote:

    >>So I'm guessing that the SE k700i has some sort of 3D rendering engine,
    >>sort of like the graphic cards on desktop PCs. Would this be correct ?

    >
    > correct, yes.
    >
    >
    > From SE:
    >
    > How does the 3D Games technology work (K700 series)
    >
    > In Sony Ericsson K700i/K700c Java 3D gaming software, supporting
    > cutting-edge 3D graphics, is supported. Other features, such as 40 tones
    > polyphonic sound and force feedback, provide a much richer gaming
    > experience.
    >
    > The large 1.8" TFT screen adds to a lasting gaming experience. Downloading
    > graphic intensive games, requiring up to 32 MB user memory, is also
    > possible. With operator support, there is the possibility for multi player
    > games against friends.
    >
    >
    > I'm currently waiting for my new k700i, should be here tomorrow. Can't
    > wait!


    I think you'll like it, I've got to admit I've enjoyed using the one I've
    been using here for the past couple of days, but it's not mine. May even
    got one next month. And I prefer it to the Nokia 6600 I borrowed last week.

    The k700i's camera is an improvement on the t630's POS, higher rez.
    However it still seems to suffer a very cheap lens, in that while the
    centre of the pictures is sharply focussed. On the outer areas
    especially at the corners, the focus is crap. Guess it don't matter too
    much for MMS usage. It's no replacement for my Canon Ixus 400 ;-)

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  5. #5
    eggster2k
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    Re: k700i Java speed.


    >> I'm currently waiting for my new k700i, should be here tomorrow. Can't
    >> wait!

    >
    >I think you'll like it,


    looking at what the k700i offers, i think i will.

    >I've got to admit I've enjoyed using the one I've
    >been using here for the past couple of days, but it's not mine. May even
    >got one next month. And I prefer it to the Nokia 6600 I borrowed last week.


    i'll see tomorrow what its like next to a 6600, should be interesting!

    >
    >The k700i's camera is an improvement on the t630's POS, higher rez.
    >However it still seems to suffer a very cheap lens, in that while the
    >centre of the pictures is sharply focussed. On the outer areas
    >especially at the corners, the focus is crap. Guess it don't matter too
    >much for MMS usage. It's no replacement for my Canon Ixus 400 ;-)


    true, phone cameras are really just for fun!




  6. #6
    Cason
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    Re: k700i Java speed.

    After play some java game then back to camera.. the phone will restart by it
    own .... bugs bugs bugsss


    "eggster2k" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > >So I'm guessing that the SE k700i has some sort of 3D rendering engine,
    >>sort of like the graphic cards on desktop PCs. Would this be correct ?

    >
    > correct, yes.
    >
    >
    > From SE:
    >
    > How does the 3D Games technology work (K700 series)
    >
    > In Sony Ericsson K700i/K700c Java 3D gaming software, supporting
    > cutting-edge 3D graphics, is supported. Other features, such as 40
    > tones polyphonic sound and force feedback, provide a much richer
    > gaming experience.
    >
    > The large 1.8" TFT screen adds to a lasting gaming experience.
    > Downloading graphic intensive games, requiring up to 32 MB user
    > memory, is also possible. With operator support, there is the
    > possibility for multi player games against friends.
    >
    >
    > I'm currently waiting for my new k700i, should be here tomorrow. Can't
    > wait!
    >
    >
    >
    >






  7. #7
    michael turner
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    Re: k700i Java speed.

    On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 11:36:05 +0800, Cason wrote:

    > After play some java game then back to camera.. the phone will restart by it
    > own


    Tried that, phone didn't reboot.

    > bugs bugs bugsss


    The one I was using seemed quite stable...R2L firmware. Didn't lockup,
    crash, reboot or anything. And I tested just about everything on it,
    Bluetooth(headset & PC), infrared, radio, camera, MP3, AAC, 3GP and MP4
    video, Java, WAP, GPRS, modem, etc.

    Oh, and I even made and received some *phone-calls* with it as well ;-)

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    Michael Turner
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  8. #8
    BS82
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    Re: k700i Java speed.


    "Cason" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio
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    > After play some java game then back to camera.. the phone will restart by
    > it own .... bugs bugs bugsss


    bugs are in java game.... ^__^





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