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January 7, 2009 By Bartosz Grzybiński   
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The Name is Solid-Samsung Solid
Samsung has launched a new mobile telephone for lovers of adventure and "special missions." The phone, called Samsung Solid, comes with an altimeter, pedometer, flashlight and compass.

Enclosed in a shockproof casing, the phone is designed to withstand dust, dirt and water. Its 2-megapixel camera will capture the most exciting moments of your dangerous trips.

With its fast internet connection technology (UMTS), tuner, video and mp3 player, the phone is sure to provide you with lots of entertainment-even when you misread the map and find yourself stranded on a desert island.


Small But Powerful
The Packard Bell Dot is a handy netbook with an 8.9-inch 1,024 x 600 screen, an Intel® Atom processor, and 1 GB of RAM memory. It offers high work efficiency and long battery operation time, and has space for an extra six-cell battery.

The netbook has a 160 GB hard drive, three USB ports, and a five-in-one card reader perfect for downloading digital photos from your camera.

With its Wi-Fi (b/g) wireless internet connection card, an optional 3G module and a web camera, the Packard Bell Dot offers convenient communication over the internet. The netbook comes with a full version of the Windows XP operating system.


New Weapon for Speed Demons

The Inforad LTD company has launched a new device to help drivers avoid police speed traps. The product, called the V3, is completely legal on the Polish market. It is only 7 cm in diameter and can be mounted on the dashboard. It uses GPS and satellite connection technology to constantly compare the car's location with the police speed-camera database. The V3 monitors the car's position using GPS SiRF Star II Inforad technology.


Music of the Gears
The new Honda Accord has entered the market. This mid-range model attracts the eye with its elegant, sporty look and solid finishing.

The car is packed full of innovative technology, including safety systems such as the Lane Keeping Auto Assist (LKAS), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), and the Collision Mitigation Brake System (CMBS), which warns the driver of an impending collision and applies the brakes to minimize the impact.

The car is available in two body versions, as a four-door sedan and as the Tourer station wagon. It comes with a choice of two gasoline engines, the 2.0 i-VTEC/156 hp and the 2.4 i-VTEC/201 hp, and the turbocharged Common Rail 2.2 i-DTEC/150 hp diesel unit.

A wide range of accessories is offered as standard equipment, and the car's safety status is confirmed by its five-star rating in NCAP crash tests.
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