Excerpt: The new Sony Ericsson Aino that was announced recently really can lay claim to being called a true multimedia computer (to use Nokia’s hackneyed term). The Aino is designed from the outset around multimedia, and can seamlessly connect to…
Sony Ericsson Aino sizzles - 8.1MP cam, capacitive touch at Rs. 28, 950/-
7 June 2010
Excerpt: The Sony Ericsson Aino introduces Remote Play that enables the phone to playback the Media content on your PlayStation 3 console. It is available in two colour variants: Obsidian Black and Luminous White.
Pros: Introduces Remote Play - support for PS3 console, Top notch multimedia performance, Excellent build quality
Cons: Lacks HD video recording capability, Limited touchscreen functionality, Definitely expensive
Conclusion: Like I have said before, this isn’t a smartphone, and with a pricetag at $600.00. I just don’t see how it’s worth it. I’ll have to admit that it is very stylish since it is a long phone and the 8.1 megapixel camera, while not the greatest, is quite impressive.
Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson Aino is definitely suited to people who currently use this form factor of a slide out key board. It’s jam packed with features and seems to perform fairly well. As you have probably gathered it’s not my cup of tea but like most devices this all comes down to personal preference and...
Summary: The Sony Ericsson Aino U10i doesn't bring anything new to the table with its moderately strong vibro alert, a bit too loud ring tones and decent call quality.
This device is actually a twin of W995, added with a touch-sensitive screen that works only in the closed state.
Summary: Not only has Sony Ericsson suffered severe losses in the 2009 financial year, the company's popularity has taken a dip as compared to other rival manufacturers. But these punters might have neglected one big part of the equation - Sony Ericsson is still dedicating much resources into churning out...
Summary: There’s a whole lot going on at Sony Ericsson these days. New sliders, fabulous cameras, phones with fancy names, and even, finally, a Walkman that’s worth buying. As cell phone manufacturers fight to give their products the edge by packing more and more features into smaller and smaller cases, Sony...
Conclusion: Not in this version of the Aino, but I am hoping that I’m giving Sony Ericsson a few ideas. Not that they aren’t already thinking what I’m thinking, I’m sure. Sony Ericsson’s Aino should be available in the fall, but so far, there is no word on a price.