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MOBILE DEVICES

Sony Ericsson W200i Review
By: Barzan "Tony" Antal
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    2007-11-06

    Table of Contents:
  • Sony Ericsson W200i Review
  • Cosmetics
  • Specifications
  • Performance
  • Concluding Thoughts

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    Sony Ericsson W200i Review - Cosmetics


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    Cosmetics


    Sony Ericsson has done a great job hooking up the package with the most
    required components. Let's see what the sales package should contain:

    • Sony Ericsson W200i mobile phone per se;
    • Stereo earphones/headset/hands-free kit (HPM-64) w/ 35mm jack;
    • 780mAh Lithium-ion battery;
    • Travel AC Charger (100-240V);
    • USB data cable;
    • 128MB Memory Stick Micro (M2) card (already in the memory slot);
    • User Guide;
    • Quick Start Guide;
    • Features Guide;
    • PC Software Package CD.

    I am sure that its stylish design has caught your glance. There are two possible color variations: Rhythm Black and Pulse White. I have the black one.

    The interface of this phone is similar to the trendy Sony Ericsson style (Walkman series and especially the W810i.) The placement of the buttons, keypad as well as the joystick positioning is de facto standard for Sony Ericsson phones. Additionally the orange glow can easily turn the handling of the phone into an aesthetic enjoyment.

    Check out the following photos of the handset from different angles, along with the package with the previously mentioned components.

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