Looks like a good alternative to Apple iPod Nano 6G.
The “Sony Ericsson Fitness Experience Pack” is aimed at sports and fitness enthusiasts. It contains the Sony Ericsson LiveView, a sport application for the LiveView – The SportyPal Pro – and a carrying case for your mobile phone – ideal for exercising. The “Sony Ericsson Fitness Experience Pack” is currently available at all Sony Ericsson retail stores at a recommended retail price of S$128.
Thanks to Amelia and Felicia, Li Xiang and I was invited to the Sony Ericsson Wonder Girls Showcase. In case you are wondering, Wonder Girls are the ambassador for Sony Ericsson Asia Pacific. The event was held at Marina Bay Sands.
I was totally looking forward to the event because personally I prefer Wonder Girls than Super Junior. But once we entered the hall, it totally spoilt my mood. Wonder Girls are fantastic but the event is definitely not.
Was invited to a Sony Ericsson’s Backstage blogger session, it is my first time attending a Sony Ericsson event! We are introduce to the company (Sony) tag line which is “make.believe”. The “dot” in the “make.believe” is important because it separates “make believe” from “make” and “believe”.
After the introduction we are introduce to 5 phones. Xperia X10, Xperia X10 Mini, Xperia X10 Mini Pro, Vivaz and Vivaz Pro. The Xperia X10 family is running on Android 2.1 while the Vivaz family is running on Symbian OS S60 v5.
Sorry for the late news, but when I was in Hong Kong, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 was launched in Singapore and SingTel customers are the first one to get it. I hope they will bring in iPad next =D
The RRP for the Xperia X10 is S$1,088 (without contract).