Excerpt: Mens du arbejder med de studerende er en belønning i sig selv, skal du bo på toppen af ting og ophold organiseret. Du er nødt til lønklasse papirer, skabe lektionsplaner, besvare spørgsmål fra studerende, tale med forældre, deltage i personalemøder, og har tid til din egen familie. Selv om det kan være muligt for dig at bruge en planner at holde styr på alt det er ikke 100% effektivt og bør ikke påberåbes helt.
Conclusion: Overall the W980 from Sony Ericsson is a decent addition to the Walkman range with a number of features and functions it is a great phone for music lovers. Despite this there is little to set it apart from its competition and indeed the other Walkman phones in the range. The lack of support for external memory is certainly a disadvantage when trying to compete with dedicated MP3 players.
Summary: Sony Ericsson's Walkman Phone series has recently proven itself at the 2008 European Imaging and Sound Association (EISA) Awards with the W980i nabbing the Best European Music Phone award. Does it live up to its claim to fame? We embark on a journey with the W980i to seek out the truth. On first impressions, the W980i is so shiny that we found ourselves staring into our reflections before we started it up.
Summary: The W980i’s reception quality was never an issue, nor was its ring tone volume – it got through in most situations. The vibro alert is a tad above average strength-wise.
The W980 has already arrived and retails for around 420 Euro. It’s not a music-minded solution per se – much like most other Walkman-branded phones these days, it’s a fashion-savvy phone with a very unconventional design and a pretty decent feature pack.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson W980 is an astoundingly good consumer phone that is beautifully finished, offers that all-important haptic interface to give it a real edge, a full 8GB of onboard memory and some well designed features.
Conclusion: The Sony Ericsson W980 has 8GB of internal memory, 3.2 megapixel camera with 3.2 digital zoom, as well as an FM transmitter, allowing the streaming of music to any device with an FM receiver. You can also access Sony Ericsson's over-the-air download service, PlayNow, to download music to your mobile phone. The model comes with the Stereo Portable Handsfree HPM-77 headset.
Summary: The Sony Ericsson W980 may look great on paper, but once the handset is in your hands, things start to go downhill. Although the W980 boasts an impressive 8GB of internal memory, touch screen controls, HSDPA, a Walkman music player and a 3.2-megapixel camera, it is hard to not notice a sense of cheapness and bad quality. The exterior feels easily breakable, especially the low-resolution screen.