Friday, October 1, 2010

Sony Ericsson LiveView

Sony Ericsson has released LiveView an accessory in the form of a remote control with a screen that allows owners 1.3inci Android smartphone, update Facebook and Twitter to monitor and control the music player on the phone.

Sony Ericsson LiveView connect to the phone via Bluetooth and can also be used to view missed calls, text messages and view RSS feeds. In fact, it can help find wireless phones while still within reach of a Bluetooth connection. Sony Ericsson spokesman said the phone will vibrate when LiveView installed.

According to Sony Ericsson, LiveView is compatible with most smart phone with Android operating system version 2.0 and above. So for owners of Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Xperia X10 mini and mini pro who are still using version 1.6, had to wait for the company issued a software update for Android could use LiveView.

Sony Ericsson LiveView measuring 35x35x11 mm and enabled using the keypad and touch-sensitive frame. The battery can be recharged through a connection MicroUSB and can survive for four whole days.

Accessories available include clips and bracelets, which can be used when exercising. Sony Ericsson will offer a package that combines fitness with LiveView SportyPal Pro applications, so users can monitor heart rate via LiveView.

Shipping LiveView to market will be conducted during the fourth quarter and offered a price around 110 USD.