Asus P735 PDA Phone officially announced
Asus P735 PDA phone - a 3G successor to highly successful Asus P525 is official now. Just 2 days after we published the leaked photo’s an specs of Asus P735, it was officially announced by Taiwanese vendor.
There’s some good news and bad news about it. First the bad news. No HSDPA and GPS in Asus P735 PDA phone. It works on UMTS (WCDMA) 2100 MHz with 384 kbps UL/DL, GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900 Mhz, GPRS Class 10 networks.
Now the good news. Asus P735 has a great number of cool multimedia features. While dual camera, video calls, full multimedia playback or business card reader might be more or less standard for a high end smartphone, remote Power Point control is not.
That’s right Asus P735 comes with a software application – Asus Remote Presenter- that allows you to control Power Point presentations from a PC via Bluetooth. And you can even view the footnotes of the presentation on Asus P735 screen.
Other cool software implementations in Asus P735 smartphone include:
- Meeting Planner allows scheduling and time conversion across up to 3 timezones for teleconferencing meetings
- My Secret function encrypts and protects sensitive documents when activated
- ASUS Status feature keeps the user up to date with the status of the device;
- Asus Profile function avoids embarrassing rings during meetings
Asus P735 comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, has Mini-SD card expansion slot for additional memory, weights 143g with dimensions of 109 mm x 59 mm x 19 mm.
Looks like a worthy successor to Asus P525.