PRESSE: Motorola - MPx, MPx100 und A1000 vorgestellt auf 3GSM World

Stefan Fritzenkötter

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Motorola MPx 100

The Motorola MPx100 Helps Mobile Professionals “Detox the Inbox” By Simplifying Communications on the Go

New Handset Delivers Mobile Work/Life Balance via E-mail, Bluetooth® Connectivity, Music, Video and More

CANNES, France, 3GSM World Congress – 23 February 2004 – Today, Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT), a global leader in wireless, broadband and automotive communications technologies, announced the debut of the Motorola MPx100 -- a new mobile phone that helps busy professionals manage work and personal demands with one amazing device.

Part of the Motorola MOTOPro™ series of handsets featuring Microsoft’s Windows Mobile™ software, the MPx100 combines a familiar user interface and radically enhanced candy bar design. With easy-to-use email, messaging, media, and Bluetooth® connectivity, the device delivers simplified communications, increased productivity and complete control in developing a personal mobile experience.

Inbox Detox
Perfect for on-the-go connectivity, the Motorola MPx100 gives you the power to keep your Inbox “detoxed” by receiving and checking email in real-time. Leveraging Windows Mobile Outlook email and PIM synchronization, the tri-band GSM-GPRS device also provides “always-on” connectivity thru CE bus, IrDA or Bluetooth wireless technology.

The device is built on the MOTOPro™ Innovation Platform, a feature rich software and hardware platform that leverages Motorola design and technologies, as well as Microsoft Windows Mobile™ software. The Motorola MPx100 also boasts up to 512MB of expandable memory, an integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera with flash, Java™ technology, and a large, high-quality color screen in a small, pocket-sized package.

A Little Diversion
Complementing its strong business features, the Motorola MPx100 helps users achieve that personal life balance by providing plenty of downtime options. Get your groove on with the integrated MP3 player, or send instant messages in a snap with MSN Messenger and the model MPx100’s optional QWERTY keyboard. The model MPx100 even allows for photo album storage and features embedded Multi-Media Messaging Service (MMS) capability for sending and receiving photos, wallpaper, icons and more.

“Business professionals want the best of three worlds: mobile communications, computers, and electronics,” said Tom Lynch, executive vice president, Motorola, Inc., president and chief executive officer, Personal Communications Sector. “And unique devices like the MPx100 give them what they’re looking for and more. The Motorola MPx100 reflects Motorola’s commitment to producing the highest level of wireless innovation.”

The Motorola MPx100 offers:

● Microsoft Windows Mobile™ software: Making the model MPx100 truly an extension of your desktop, this cutting-edge device supports a multitude of business applications including Microsoft Word®, Excel® and more.
● Radical Design: The model MPx100 combines an innovative candy bar form factor with a large, high quality color screen resulting in a user-friendly and stylish mobile perfect for the truly mobile executive.
● No strings attached: The Motorola MPx100 tri-band GSM-GPRS device supports integrated Bluetooth® wireless technology for both data centric and voice centric communications with compatible devices for the ultimate in hands-free connectivity, as well as Wi-Fi via an optional accessory for wireless networking.
● Advanced camera capabilities: With an impressive 1.3 mega pixel camera and flash embedded on the Motorola MPx100 combined with MMS - messages can be delivered with more than just words.
● Ultimate add-ons: The model MPx100 offers increased mobile personalization with numerous productivity add-ons such as expandable memory using the mini-SD slot allowing up to 512MB of data to be added on-the-fly, Bluetooth® headset, QWERTY keyboard, professional Install car kit, and GPS accessory kit.
● Synchronization: Built in ActiveSync makes the model MPx100 capable of synching with Microsoft Outlook® for easy organization away from the office.
● Enhanced browsing and downloading: The Motorola MPx100 features Pocket Internet Explorer supporting HTML, WAP 2.0 and GPRS allowing the user to surf, shop, and trade on virtually any Web site. The Java download capabilities add extra applications for this action-packed device.

Pricing and Availability
The Motorola MPx100 is expected to be available in the second half of 2004. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.
 

Stefan Fritzenkötter

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Motorola MPx

New Motorola MPx Delivers Convergence Without Compromise for Mobile Professionals

Revolutionary Dual-Hinge Design, Outstanding Email Experience, and Advanced Features Make the MPx Handset Your True Real-Time Assistant

CANNES, France, 3GSM World Congress – 23 February 2004 – Today, Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT), a global leader in wireless, broadband and automotive communications technologies, announced the debut of the Motorola MPx — a revolutionary mobile device combining always-on connectivity in a never-before-seen form factor. The Motorola MPx brings real-time assistance to mobile professionals – at work, on the road, at home and at play.

Part of the Motorola MOTOPro™ series of handsets featuring Microsoft Windows® Mobile software, the MPx delivers a radical new approach to communications for the mobile professional. The dual-hinge device opens both lengthways as a terrific clamshell phone and in landscape mode as an exceptional email device with a wide screen and full QWERTY keyboard. The model MPx accomplishes this with a familiar, easy-to-navigate interface like the one you’re used to on your Windows® office desktop.

Real-time Email Experience
The Motorola MPx replaces the multi-device syndrome by ingeniously blending the best of a mobile phone, personal data assistant (PDA) and email messenger in one easy-to-use compact device. By opening the device in landscape mode, Internet browsing, streaming video and access to corporate applications are all within easy reach using the Motorola MPx.

The tri-band GSM/GRPS Motorola device is a truly essential business tool, with advanced features such as built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth®, and Infrared support for effortless data exchange. The MPx also takes advantage of a 2.8 inch, 16-bit color display to provide an impressive 320 x 240 pixels. This feature allows for utilization of a large base of existing and upcoming Pocket PC® and Java™ applications, enabling users to maximize their mobile experience.

The device is built on the MOTOPro™ Innovation Platform, a feature rich software and hardware platform that leverages Motorola’s design and technologies, as well as the Microsoft Windows Mobile software. The Motorola MPx boasts up to 1GB of expandable memory, an integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera with flash, and Java™ technology.

With the Windows Media Player®, the Motorola MPx also provides users with essential entertainment options to balance out the busy workday. In a snap, executives on the road can take pictures using the MPx’s integrated camera with flash and send them home to family and friends.1 Powerful messaging capabilities and the large dual-hinge internal landscape and portrait display also make sending and receiving movie or video clips a breeze via e-mail, MMS, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth®.1

“Mobile email is the “hero” application for mobile professionals looking to stay in touch in real time. This revolutionary compact form factor combines powerful hardware and software enablers and Microsoft’s Windows Mobile software, to create a true mobile assistant – helping mobile professionals stay ahead of the curve,” Tom Lynch, executive vice president and chief executive officer, Personal Communications Sector, Motorola, Inc. “The MPx expands the MOTOPro™ portfolio, enabling businesses and mobile professionals to leverage the power of mobility and convergence.”

The Motorola MPx offers:

• Microsoft Windows Mobile software: Making the Motorola MPx truly an extension of your desktop, this cutting-edge device supports a multitude of business applications including Microsoft Outlook e-mail and PIM, Microsoft Word®, Excel® and more.
• No strings attached: The Motorola MPx tri-band GSM/GPRS device supports integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® wireless technology for both data centric and voice centric communications with compatible devices, for the ultimate in hands-free connectivity.
• Design: Boasting a truly unique and innovative form factor, the Motorola MPx is the must-have solution to help driven professionals manage their mobile lives in realtime while adding new convenience to the converged device, resulting in a user-friendly and stylish mobile.
• Advanced camera capabilities: With an impressive 1.3 mega-pixel camera and flash embedded on the Motorola MPx, messages can be delivered with more than just words.
• Expansive memory: To leverage the device's ability to download Microsoft Pocket PC® and Java™ applications, games, photos and more, the model MPx comes with a SD/MMC slot supporting up to 1 GB of memory.
• Synchronization: Built in "ActiveSync" and “Air-sync” makes the model MPx capable of synching with Microsoft Outlook® for easy organization. Additionally, the device supports Infrared IRDA 115 kbps for data exchange and Consumer IR (CIR) for control of audio/video and home automation equipment on the fly.
• Ease of use: The Motorola MPx supports a variety of input methods making it quick and effortless to transfer data, including a numeric keyboard, a thumb QWERTY board and stylus and touch sensitive screen to support smooth operations.

Pricing and Availability
The Motorola MPx is expected to be available in the second half of 2004. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.
 

Stefan Fritzenkötter

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Motorola A1000

Motorola Creates Mobile Entertainment Phenomenon With the New 3G Model E1000

Offering an Advanced Multi-Media Experience with Video and Push-To-Talk Functionality, the Motorola E1000 is the Latest 3G Mobile for the Leisure-Loving Gadget Guru

CANNES, France, 3GSM World Congress – 23 February 2004 – Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT), a global leader in wireless, broadband and automotive communications technologies, today announced the debut of the Motorola E1000, the company’s most advanced 3G handset to date. The new model E1000 provides consumers with the latest in mobile entertainment and communications in a small, lightweight, stylish mobile creating instant envy to all who see it.

Designed with digital gamers and entertainment enthusiasts in mind, the Motorola E1000 features mobile movies on the handset’s high-resolution screen with MPEG4 video, head-banging music through a built-in MP3 player and removable memory, high-speed mobile access to the Internet and two-way video telephony. For mobile location services, the model E1000 offers integrated AGPS technology. This versatile handset also offers consumers the ability to connect with one person or a group with the simple touch of a button through push-to-talk technology.

“As pioneers in 3G technology, we are excited about the E1000 -- our latest 3G product offering that delivers even more compelling experiences in smaller devices that consumers have been looking for,” said Tom Lynch, executive vice president, Motorola, Inc., president and chief executive officer, Personal Communications Sector. “This new handset redefines the mobile entertainment device with its small, lightweight design, big 3G capabilities and push-to-talk offerings – consumers will definitely have trouble keeping it in their pocket.”

The Motorola E1000 offers:

● 3G in style: Sophisticated gamers, audio/video-phials and entertainment enthusiasts alike will appreciate the latest in 3G capabilities with the Motorola E1000’s lightweight design and cool finish.
● Entertainment: With a superior multi-media experience, built-in MP3 Player and video capabilities, the Motorola E1000 provides trendsetting consumers entertainment and information galore. Add in the model E1000’s expandable memory and those looking to beef up their phone’s features with new games, videos, photos and more have found the answer.
● Portable memories: With the Motorola E1000’s integrated 1.2 Mega pixel camera with QVGA quality display, users can capture their latest adventures with advanced photo capabilities and 8x-zoom to share with friends and family.
● Seamless connectivity: In addition to its advanced, cutting-edge features, the model E1000 further pleases tech-enthusiasts with the addition of Bluetooth® wireless technology, answering the call for a true wireless world.

Pricing and Availability
The Motorola E1000 is expected to be available in the second half of 2004. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please check with your local Motorola representative.
 

marc888

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hallo stefan und equinox:)
wie ist es denn um die sms funktion des mpx bestellt-wisst ihr ggf ob es eingehende und ausgehde sms mit datum /zeit speichert? a la 6600 oder 7650?
danke euch
 

marc888

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danke dir-ich hoffe meine beitraege bessern sich!?!?
noch eine abschliessende frage zum mpx : seid ihr der meinung das ich das teil ggf. als navi-geraet nutzen kann also sozusagen wie ein PDA mit navisoftware und GPS???
danke euch
 

Dr. House

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marc888 schrieb:
danke dir-ich hoffe meine beitraege bessern sich!?!?
noch eine abschliessende frage zum mpx : seid ihr der meinung das ich das teil ggf. als navi-geraet nutzen kann also sozusagen wie ein PDA mit navisoftware und GPS???
danke euch
Ich würde mal sagen, das es nicht geht, die prozessorleistung ist zu niedrig, und das betriebsystem ist ziemlich rechenintensiv
 

marc888

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danke dir .
also gehe ich rechtin der annahme das es ausser den pda lösungen keine handy gps navigeraete gibt-(ausser diese d1 lösungen zb 3650 mit navisoftware-aber leider kostet da ja jede anfrage (route) geld).
also muss ich echt ein pdy mit gps und navikit kaufen oder gibts sowas nicht in ein handy integriert irgendwie?

danke
 

Dr. House

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marc888 schrieb:
danke dir .
also gehe ich rechtin der annahme das es ausser den pda lösungen keine handy gps navigeraete gibt-(ausser diese d1 lösungen zb 3650 mit navisoftware-aber leider kostet da ja jede anfrage (route) geld).
also muss ich echt ein pdy mit gps und navikit kaufen oder gibts sowas nicht in ein handy integriert irgendwie?

danke

Noch nicht, aber HP arbeitet an einer neuen IPaq-series mit GSM, GPRS, Bluetooth, Wlan und GPS onboard
 

marc888

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danke dir.
aber ich nehm´an das ich bei dem ipaq mal wieder NUR stift eingabe habe und nicht wie beim mpx auch die normale tastatur zum smstippen (zb) nutzen kann odeR?(stimmt dies denn ueberhaupt das ich beim mpx den stift auf dem display nutzen kann und zusätzlich sms ueber die normale tastatur tippen und nummern wählen kann?
 

seeraeuber

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erscheinungstermin mpx1

auf der motorola.de sind zwei damen als kontakterinnen für öffentlichkeit angeführt.
auf meine email-nachfragen habe ich ausser "bin im urlaub-returns" keine antworten erhalten, kein wunder dass motorola nicht wirklich verbreitet ist hier bei uns.
weiss nunmehr wer was neues bezüglich release?
der seeraeuber
 

Dr. House

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Nicht verbreitet?

Motorola ist im letzten Jahr von Platz 6 auf Platz 3 geklettert, das sagt ja wohl alles!
 
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