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  1. #1
    triprince
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    Minuet is a full HTML browser for all mobile devices, smartphones and
    PDAs that support Java ME applications. This is the ONLY standalone
    HTML browser for mobile phones (no middle-man server required!)

    Key features include:

    * Direct Web Site Connections - no middle-man servers, no
    unwanted subscriptions, bottlenecks and security holes.
    * Java-based Internet Security - robust server authentication and
    data protection.
    * Background Loading - read while loading other web pages.
    * Web Caching - switch quickly between pages without reloading.
    * Programmable Shortcuts - easy access to main control functions.
    * Dynamic Memory Management - delete least recently viewed pages
    for you when needed.
    * Scrolling Bar - highlight and "click" items without a
    mouse!
    * Image Resizing - view big images in their original sizes (with
    scrolling) or fit them to the display automatically.
    * Smart Image Screening - block out unnecessary images to save
    time and traffic.
    * Multi-language Support - view sites in all languages, and
    controls and menus in English,Chinese Simplified and
    Chinese Traditional (device dependent).

    Check out full product details at http://www.triprince.com and take
    advantage of additional discounts when buying directly from
    TriPrince.com!




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  2. #2
    Dave Lambert
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    Re: Minuet Browser - the ONLY standalone HTML browser - NOT!

    On 23 Jun 2006 09:36:18 -0700, "triprince" <[email protected]> wrote:
    <snip>
    >Minuet is a full HTML browser for all mobile devices, smartphones and
    >PDAs that support Java ME applications. This is the ONLY standalone
    >HTML browser for mobile phones (no middle-man server required!)

    <snip>

    Here's another one [This info from PC Magazine online]

    Opera has Opera Mini 2.0, a Java-based mobile Web browser. According
    to Opera, you can use it on just about any phone that has been made in
    the past five years, provided you have an appropriate data plan.
    There are two ways to get Opera Mini 2.0: Either go to
    http://mini.opera.com from your phone's WAP browser, where you can
    click a link to download it, or send an SMS message to 96077.
    In the latter case you'll receive a text message back with the tiny
    applet attached.
    Once you download and install Opera Mini 2.0 and place a check mark in
    the end-user license agreement box, you're all set to go.

    Haven't tried the links myself...
    R. Dave Lambert
    49.08N -123.08W



  3. #3
    Robert
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    Re: Minuet Browser - the ONLY standalone HTML browser

    "TriPrince" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >Opera Mini is NOT a standalone browser. It requires a "middle-man"
    >server to work. Check their fine prints.


    Pretty true, Opera server acts as a proxy - only a problem if you're
    paranoid though.





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