Sony Ericsson T68
T68 can also connect via cable and infrared. Versatile calendar and contacts features make the T68 an effective organizer.
The T68 calendar has day, week and month views and reminds you when something is due.
You can store names, e-mail addresses and several phone numbers.
Calendar and contacts data can be synchronized with a PC making sure all things are up to date. T68 supports SyncML, a cross industry standard for synchronization between devices.
The T68 has built-in Bluetooth wireless technology that makes it possible to connect it to other devices without cables, for instance the Ericsson Bluetooth headset, a digital camera or a computer. It is the future standard for cablefree connectivity between devices and has been adopted by all the major computer and telecommunications companies.
The T68 supports General Packet Radio Services (GPRS), so users will enjoy 'always on' connectivity to the mobile Internet, with instant delivery of e-mail, high-speed Internet access and efficient mobile connections to corporate LANs.
1. temo (unregistered) posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55 0
the sony erricson T68 is one of the best phones i have owned-i used this phone for 4 years from 02 - 06-yeah it had its moments of crappness but overall-it kept me in touch which is what ya want-excellent phone-beautiful design-good features-BUT NO POLYPHONIC RINGTONES-the ones on offer bloody suck-they are the crappiest ringtones i have ever encountered!!-why with all the stuff they loaded into this phones capabilities did they leave out the sweet sound of the polyphonic ringtones-monotone crappy monophonic sounds everytime someone rings or msgs u-oh well,overall-a classic-phone-first colour screen/camera phone i have owned-and in a lot of ways the best-keep this phone in your hall of fame-its in mine and has my vote for MVP-take it easy-australia.