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    Thumbs up CECT M800 Mobile Watch

    The M800 model is the smallest yet, coming from CECT. It weighs 70 grams, as much as the smallest old-fashioned handsets manage to reach. This makes it more tiny and appealing, The CECT M800 manages to pack some pretty impressive performances and turns out as a high-tech device,The device comes equipped with a 1.3-inch touchscreen that also supports handwriting input. This should make it possible to send text messages at acceptable speeds. There is also a small stylus included, although it should feel more like a toothpick because of its tiny sizes. Interestingly enough, this device also includes Bluetooth connectivity and it also supports MP3s, which makes it similar to regular handsets within this price range. Moreover, it also has 128 MB of internal memory to fill mostly with sound files and pictures of small sizes. Useful enough, there is also support for English, Arabic, Simplified Chinese and other languages as well. The M800 watch phone brings for the same money an extra amount of personality and innovation,



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    The CECT Yami W100 is much better in that it comes with a camera & is actually tri-band...and has no Flight Mode issues.

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    I've checked with my seller, they told me there are no any triband watch phone. Is it true ?

    Check it here:

    http://www.totobay.com/watch-shape-c2193.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilike
    I've checked with my seller, they told me there are no any triband watch phone. Is it true ?

    Check it here:

    http://www.totobay.com/watch-shape-c2193.html
    The real CECT Yami W100 phones are tri-band.The Hyundai-branded ones are also tri-band.

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    how well do ethese things work? I am really interested in this...

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    3 band watch phones

    Yes, there are tri band watch phones, actually a few. check out www.gadgetcraver.com, there are a few from a company called Epoq

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam917
    The CECT Yami W100 is much better in that it comes with a camera & is actually tri-band...and has no Flight Mode issues.
    2 GB flash memory system complimenting the 1.3 megapixel camera, offering more than enough memory to save those special moments. The "phone" also has a traditional built-in FM radio, phone book, and other standard facilities present in the traditional handsets of today.

    Detachable Necklace Plate
    FM Radio Headphones
    2 Rechargeable Batteries
    Bluetooth Headset
    Detachable Wrist Bands
    Stylus Pen
    Instruction Manual
    AC Wall Charger
    USB Cables
    Band: GSM 900/1800/1900 Mhz
    Main LCD: 1.3 inch, TFT
    Support Touch Screen
    Integrated 1.3 MP Camera
    Ring tone: Mp3/64 Polyphonic
    Expandable T-Flash Card Memory
    Internal memory: 128MB
    Support MP4, MP3
    Support WAP, GPRS
    Video recording
    FM radio
    Bluetooth available A2DP
    Phone book: 300 entries
    Alarm clock, Calculator, Speaker phone
    Talk time: 180-240 minutes
    Standby time: 150-300 hours
    Water proof? NO
    Vibrate function

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slimsaturn
    how well do ethese things work? I am really interested in this...
    Im using an Cect Yami W100 copy for over 2 months and im extremely happy with it!

    FF.

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    Exclamation I need Help with my M800 mobile watch...

    im having trouble with the security feature, the factory security code isnt working. i bought the phone, enabled the security feature, and when i tried it, it wouldnt unlock my phone. can anyone help me?

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    M800 and W100 looks like toys and they are too bulky, M810 is the new slimmer watch phone

    http://www.sugoo.com/Product/2008/1/...1000033829.htm
    http://img.alibaba.com/photo/202610986/watch_phone.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by sushi
    M800 and W100 looks like toys and they are too bulky, M810 is the new slimmer watch phone

    http://www.sugoo.com/Product/2008/1/...1000033829.htm
    http://img.alibaba.com/photo/202610986/watch_phone.jpg
    well at least the W100 makes up for its bulkiness (unlike my M600 & the glitchy M800) by providing a camera & slot for a MicroSD card. Plus, the mic & speaker are on opposite sides of the unit. So the W100's bulkiness is justified.

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    There is always room for improvement. I tried W100 it is just too bulky and too heavy for me. W100 weight 75G and M810 weight 55G. M810 is made with metal casing which is more durable.

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    Hello,

    can anyone know if the M810 can be detachable from the wrist bracelet ? As the M700, G100 and some others are bulky because of the system that make possible to detach the watch, and I must say this is very usefull sometimes to phone as an usuall phone, with phone in hand to the hear directly.. If M810 not detaching from wrist band, sure it is smaller, lighter... but need to have bluetooth earpiece all the time so... (charged and ready...)
    someone can confirm if M810 is detachable or not please ?

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    Thumbs up Newest model M810 Triband and NOW Epoq Quad Band too!!

    There are NOW Triband and Quad Band Mobile Phone Wrist Watches!

    check out these three new models :

    Epoq is releasing a new Quad band world band watch phone with camera, touch screen and for once, it actually looks like a watch:


    http://www.twice.com/article/CA65328...oq+watch+phone

    http://www.lightoftomorrow.com/first...roducts_id=170


    and check these two other models both with triband now shipping, even one with 850/1800/1900MHz bands for ATT and T Mobile in USA !!!

    http://www.lightoftomorrow.com/first...roducts_id=171

    http://www.lightoftomorrow.com/first...roducts_id=172

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    Epoq watch phone is nice with quad band but I don't really like the style. Also it is missing the camera and it is too expensive.

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