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  Reply # 68219 23-Apr-2007 21:23
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Hey guys I made a test call from n95 using iSkoot(skype) to my PC, worked really well :)

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  Reply # 68254 24-Apr-2007 07:46
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PI has the phones back in stock now.  Guess I'll have to order one them promptly stick one of the OSX themes onto it.

I'll bung up a review once I've had a decent play, I wouldn't expect to receive it until next week though what with anzac day & all.


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  Reply # 68258 24-Apr-2007 08:51
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enfield: Hey guys I made a test call from n95 using iSkoot(skype) to my PC, worked really well :)


I've got my E65 hooked up to my Asterisk box at home. Means the minute I enter the house my cellphone effectively becomes a cordless phone. I haven't had a chance to test it from a WiFi hotspot yet.


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  Reply # 68288 24-Apr-2007 11:33
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Not N80 themes (different screen resolution), I don't know about N73 though? If its same res and 3rd Edition then they should run.




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Reply # 68308 24-Apr-2007 14:01
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I just got some N95 from a distributor, they come with 1 year warranty from Nokia. Packaged, FREE 1GB nokia SD memory card comes with it and case of cos. I will going to sell it in trademe but I think I should give a special offer to the geekzone bros first, does $1149 sounds reasonable? very limited margin for myself...you can contact me on 021 383 278.

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  Reply # 68310 24-Apr-2007 14:38
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wow cool how did you make this work?

I've got my E65 hooked up to my Asterisk box at home. Means the minute I enter the house my cellphone effectively becomes a cordless phone. I haven't had a chance to test it from a WiFi hotspot yet.

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  Reply # 68312 24-Apr-2007 14:44
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icejam: wow cool how did you make this work?

I've got my E65 hooked up to my Asterisk box at home. Means the minute I enter the house my cellphone effectively becomes a cordless phone. I haven't had a chance to test it from a WiFi hotspot yet.



Very simple.. I'm going to write an E65 review and setup details in my blog when I get some time but the basic setup is here and should obviously work with any Nokia's with the built in SIP stack.


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Reply # 68315 24-Apr-2007 14:53
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sbiddle:
icejam: wow cool how did you make this work?

I've got my E65 hooked up to my Asterisk box at home. Means the minute I enter the house my cellphone effectively becomes a cordless phone. I haven't had a chance to test it from a WiFi hotspot yet.



Very simple.. I'm going to write an E65 review and setup details in my blog when I get some time but the basic setup is here and should obviously work with any Nokia's with the built in SIP stack.

Cheers!

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  Reply # 68316 24-Apr-2007 14:56
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1150 ? is it with 1 year nz warranty ?

Ive been using my N95 as a webcam on my PC , its really cool :) There are heaps of s60 applications to check out

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Reply # 68320 24-Apr-2007 15:15
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Just bought a n95 plum from Parallel Imported :D

Friendly folk, he asked me if I would give him my n93 lol.

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  Reply # 68323 24-Apr-2007 15:33
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enfield: 1150 ? is it with 1 year nz warranty ?



Ive been using my N95 as a web cam on my PC , its really cool :) There are heaps of s60 applications to check out

yeah nz warranty, use it as a web cam?!?!?! lol seems like the n95 is like a electronic "swiss knife" eh?

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  Reply # 68327 24-Apr-2007 16:22

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enfield: 1150 ? is it with 1 year nz warranty ?



Ive been using my N95 as a web cam on my PC , its really cool :) There are heaps of s60 applications to check out

yeah nz warranty, use it as a web cam?!?!?! lol seems like the n95 is like a electronic "swiss knife" eh?


Every S60 phones with front camera can be used as a webcam. Just download the sw. I used my 6680 and it was cool via bluetooth.




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  Reply # 68344 24-Apr-2007 19:56
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Hi guys,

I thought I'd just like to share an experience I just had with Cool Mobile this evening. My sister went in there to get a new Sony Ericsson W850i this evening and she have had a great experience dealing with them.

They were friendly, and happy to talk to you about your needs, etc. When my sister asked for a discount, they apologetically declined, but instead offered some freebies like a free plastic protector case, a silicon screen protector, some cute thing that you hang off your phone, and best of all, their price was $100 cheaper than Parallel Imported! Cool Mobile was selling it for $600 after some small discount ($20) and Parallel Imported sells them for $699.

The decision is ultimately yours, but I just thought I'd share my experience with them. They offer undoubtedly some of the most competitive prices for mobile phones. :)

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  Reply # 68374 24-Apr-2007 22:50
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From a Nokia Press release today:

Nokia N95 Wins Prestigious TIPA Award 2007

Espoo, Finland - Nokia today revealed the Nokia N95 multimedia computer has been voted the 'Best Mobile Imaging Device in Europe 2007' by TIPA (Technical Image Press Association), the largest photo and imaging press association in Europe.
 
"A small mobile wonder and a camera as well," the Nokia N95 multimedia computer was commended for its outstanding imaging functionality, comparing its features directly with those of stand-alone cameras. The judging panel noted features such as the autofocus lens for sharp, large prints, a real mechanical shutter to avoid distortion, the Carl Zeiss optics with Tessar lens that can focus at close range and the up to 20x digital zoom for distant subjects. The panel also commented on the device's outstanding audio, video and web capabilities and its GPS functionality.
 
"This award reinforces Nokia's leadership and commitment to driving forward convergence in the mobile industry," said Jonas Geust, head of Nokia Nseries Players Category, Multimedia, Nokia. "We're delighted the Nokia N95 has been recognized as an outstanding imaging device and we firmly believe that by offering our customers true multimedia computers, like our Nokia Nseries range, we can confidently say we have now arrived at a time when people no longer need to carry multiple devices."
 
The features of the Nokia N95 include:
- 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics
- Possibility to capture print quality photos and DVD-like quality video clips
- Unique 2-way slide concept with dedicated media keys
- Support for compatible microSD memory cards of up to 2GB
- Wireless LAN connectivity and HSDPA offering high download speeds
- Integrated GPS, and access to maps for more than 100 countries 
- The option to purchase additional features such as city guides and voice-guided navigation
 
TIPA was founded in 1991 as an independent, non-profit association of European photo and imaging magazines. At present, TIPA includes 31 member magazines from twelve countries.
 
A full list of Nokia N95 features is available at www.nseries.com/n95
Related photos in print quality can be found at www.nokia.com/press >photos


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  Reply # 68377 24-Apr-2007 23:15
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Someone said that they had heard of someone watching sky moblie tv on their N95. If you know how they did this, could you please tell me as I have subscribed to mobile tv but it doesn't work.

I have to say, this is one awesome phone and I love having it.





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