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i-mate 810F - the 'Chuck Norris' of handsets

By - January 26, 2010 4 Pictures
Handset manufacturer i-mate’s 810-F is so tough the company has given it a lifetime year-on-year warranty. That’s because it has already put the 810-F through a grueling set of tests and trials, including running a car over it, immersing it in all kinds of fluids, kicking it, dropping it, baking it, freezing it and even calling it bad names – and yet the device continues to work. I-mate says the 810-F has even passed the rigors of US Military toughness specifications (standards as referenced for impact resistance, crush force, submersion, rain/mist/salt, fog, dust ingress, and vibration). Follow the link for some video evidence. Read More
— Mobile Technology

RAZR-thin Windows-based i-mate SmartFlip

By - February 26, 2006 3 Pictures
February 27, 2006 This is a sneak peek at the new i-mate SmartFlip. This reportedly RAZR-slim yet very powerful Windows Mobile based device has not yet been officially announced by i-mate, but will be launched in in the next few months and is expected to suit those who want a Windows-based smartphone with striking looks. Like the phone, pricing is yet to be announced though the following specifications were obtained direct from the manufacturer. Read More
— Mobile Technology

i-mate Announces Four New Wireless Hand-Held Range.

By - January 20, 2004 3 Pictures
i-mate has recently announced the release in Australia next month of a new range of wireless hand held devices that add both sophistication and functionality to the standard mobile phone. The new phone devices are aimed at the consumer market for users in need of a varying range of wireless services from gaming to email. Each new i-mate is powered by Microsoft Windows Mobile software. Striking in design the range is stylish and compact and were designed to be easily incorporated in to everyday lives. The range includes the i-mate SP3, the PDA2k, the SP3i and the JAM. Read More

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