Thursday, March 8, 2007

Nokia 9210i Communicator

The Nokia 9210i Communicator is a business workhorse designed for use by professionals on the move. A QWERTY keyboard combines with fast internet access, email and a range of office applications to enable the Communicator phone to function as a miniature laptop.

Improvements added since the older 9210 include more memory, an improved Web browser that supports frames, Javascript�, Macromedia Flash Player and RealOne Player for video and audio streaming, and a content-sensitive pointer that allows easy scrolling.

A VPN (Virtual Private Network) client allows mobile corporate users to establish secure, reliable, trusted connections from their Nokia 9210i Communicator directly to their corporate Intranet.

Compatibility with a broad range of office applications is a key strength of the 9210i Communicator. The email application supports most attachment types, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, MS Project, Lotus, and is compatible with a very wide range of mailserver types. The calendar and contacts tools are also compatible with Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Schedule+, Lotus Notes, Lotus Organizer, Oracle Collaboration Suite and SyncML remote synchronization.

A very powerful tool, but as with its predecessor, bulk and weight are its key disadvantages. Now replaced by the Nokia 9500.

Features of the Nokia 9210i include:

  • Colour screen (4096 colours, 640 x 200 pixels)
  • Operating system: Symbian
  • Email protocols: POP3, IMAP4, SMTP (SSL, TLS)
  • Fax modem
  • Data speed up to 43.2 kilobits per second ( HSCSDH)
  • Integrated handsfree speaker
  • Total memory: 40 Mbytes
  • User memory: 16 Mbytes (contains 6 Mbytes preinstalled applications)
  • Memory card slot (MultiMediaCard standard - 64 Mbytes capacity)
  • Connectivity: IrDA, Ir-TranP, cable (DLR-2L)

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