Nokia E71

Smart simplicity : Today work is where we are. Now meet the mobile device designed for the way we work.

excellent messaging : Fast, easy access to messaging, including your business and personal email, without the complexity.

professional design : Trim and fitted with a full keyboard, Nokia E71 is impeccably tailored for business on the move.

Two home screens : Two home screens let you choose between work and leisure modes. Choose application shortcuts to suit your schedule with message notifications on or off.

Physical features
  • Form: Monoblock with full keyboard
  • Dimensions: 4.49 x 2.24 x 0.39 in
  • Weight: 4.47 oz
  • Full keyboard
  • High quality QVGA display
Display and 3D
  • Size: 2.36"
  • Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels (QVGA)
  • Up to 16 million colors
  • TFT active matrix (QVGA)
  • Two customizable home screen modes

  • microSD memory card slot, hot swappable, max. 8 GB
  • ~110 MB internal dynamic memory

Toshiba Laptop - Satellite L300-ST2501

A wealth of great features that won't cost you a fortune. That's what makes the new Satellite⪚ L305 Series one of the best laptop values available anywhere.

The stunning 15.4-inch diagonal widescreen display on this series adds a whole new visual dimension to your entertainment — gaming, photos and more, plus school and business work.
Built around Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology and ample memory, these laptops supercharge most anything you do, from multitasking, balancing the family budget or studying for finals. And when you're ready to move out, integrated Wi-Fi lets you stay connected or work the Web at any wireless hotspots.

Base laptop includes:
(1) Genuine Windows Vista® Home Basic 32-Bit
(2) Intel® Pentium® Dual-Core T3200 Processor (2.00GHz, 1MB L2, 667MHz FSB)
(3) Microsoft® Office 2007 Suite Ready
(4) 1024MB PC6400 DDR2 800MHz SDRAM (1024MBx1)
(5) 15.4" Diagonal Widescreen WXGA TruBrite® display (1280x800)

Windows OS

The operating system (OS) that runs all your programs and allows you to easily interact with your PC is called Windows for a good reason.

It allows you to work with several different items and programs at once, all in their own 'window'. A window is like a smaller screen contained within a box on your main screen.

When you are working with a window it is brought to the 'front' of the screen, overlapping the Desktop and any other items behind it, so that you can focus on whatever is in the window.

In this way, you can have several windows open at the same time containing different programs that can be opened, closed, and re-arranged across the screen. This means you can do multiple tasks at the same time, such as listening to an audio program while writing an e-mail for example.