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  1. #1
    Pierre-Philipp Braun
    Guest
    Hi,

    I'm looking for a cellular that permits me to:
    - listen MP3 (preferably with a normal walkman jack if available)
    - easyly add/remove MP3 using a windows PC (eventually also Linux &
    BSD), preferably with a cable connected to the PC or a plugable
    (MMC?) card
    - same thing but also for non MP3 files, .pdf, .doc, .odt, whatever,
    permitting me to use the phone as a kind of small usb-like card
    - take small photos and again, easyly read/remove (& add?) them
    using a windows PC
    - has a consistent/efficient interface and long battery life, hence
    preferably nokia
    - eventually compatible with some (nokia?) plugable keyboard

    Looks like nokia 6681 fits those needs. Can I stock non mp3 files on the MMC
    card ?

    Thanks

    Pierre-Philipp Braun
    Nethence solutions
    http://www.nethence.com



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  2. #2
    Pierre-Philipp Braun
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6681 ?

    I forgot,
    - sync addressbook on PC



    Pierre-Philipp Braun
    Nethence solutions
    http://www.nethence.com

    Quoting Pierre-Philipp Braun, 20:21 +0200 Sun 2nd Apr 2006,

    > Hi,
    >
    > I'm looking for a cellular that permits me to:
    > - listen MP3 (preferably with a normal walkman jack if available)
    > - easyly add/remove MP3 using a windows PC (eventually also Linux &
    > BSD), preferably with a cable connected to the PC or a plugable
    > (MMC?) card
    > - same thing but also for non MP3 files, .pdf, .doc, .odt, whatever,
    > permitting me to use the phone as a kind of small usb-like card
    > - take small photos and again, easyly read/remove (& add?) them
    > using a windows PC
    > - has a consistent/efficient interface and long battery life, hence
    > preferably nokia
    > - eventually compatible with some (nokia?) plugable keyboard
    >
    > Looks like nokia 6681 fits those needs. Can I stock non mp3 files on the MMC
    > card ?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Pierre-Philipp Braun
    > Nethence solutions
    > http://www.nethence.com
    >




  3. #3
    Me
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6681 ?

    "Pierre-Philipp Braun" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I forgot,
    > - sync addressbook on PC
    >
    >
    >
    > Pierre-Philipp Braun
    > Nethence solutions
    > http://www.nethence.com
    >
    > Quoting Pierre-Philipp Braun, 20:21 +0200 Sun 2nd Apr 2006,
    >
    >> Hi,
    >>
    >> I'm looking for a cellular that permits me to:
    >> - listen MP3 (preferably with a normal walkman jack if available)
    >> - easyly add/remove MP3 using a windows PC (eventually also Linux &
    >> BSD), preferably with a cable connected to the PC or a plugable
    >> (MMC?) card
    >> - same thing but also for non MP3 files, .pdf, .doc, .odt, whatever,
    >> permitting me to use the phone as a kind of small usb-like card
    >> - take small photos and again, easyly read/remove (& add?) them
    >> using a windows PC
    >> - has a consistent/efficient interface and long battery life, hence
    >> preferably nokia
    >> - eventually compatible with some (nokia?) plugable keyboard
    >>
    >> Looks like nokia 6681 fits those needs. Can I stock non mp3 files on the
    >> MMC card ?
    >>
    >> Thanks
    >>
    >> Pierre-Philipp Braun
    >> Nethence solutions
    >> http://www.nethence.com
    >>

    Hi, I guess any mid-range Nokia can do what asked for. Probably many other
    brands too.

    Nokia PC Suite makes address book and calendar sync easy, if you don't want
    to use network based services (I don't).
    You would need an adapter to hook walkman type standard headsets, the
    adapter is probably included in the sales package.
    You can use a memory card adapter and put any files to the card with your PC
    or you can directly exchange files from the phone through USB cable or BT
    (or IR if supported by the phone).
    Not all file types are supported by the phone but 6681 should support pdf
    and office files with quickoffice, or other applications.
    All this for the photos taken by the phone (it's got a 1.3Mpixel camera, I
    wouldn't call those just "small photos" even if not as good as with a modern
    digital camera).





  4. #4
    Pierre-Philipp Braun
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 6681 ?

    Quoting Me, 05:27 -0000 Mon 3rd Apr 2006,
    > You can use a memory card adapter and put any files to the card with your PC
    > or you can directly exchange files from the phone through USB cable or BT
    > (or IR if supported by the phone).


    thanks



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