The ASUS P320 is a PDA style phone which is stylish and functional in every way. Its simplistic style belies its amazing depth of features which ensures its user is able to conduct numerous tasks with ease. With a large touch screen as its main focal point, the phone offers excellent value for money.

The phone comes with a 2 mega pixel camera which operates at a resolution of 1600 x 1200. The inclusion of auto focus ensures that images are focused when taken which helps to ensure quality of image. Video recording and playback are also available and provides a useful alternative to still images.

The phone offers a 2.6 inch TFT touch screen which is 240 x 320 pixels in size and displays 65,000 colours. This provides a good quality image and offers vibrant colours are displayed when viewing images on the screen.

The phone offers the option of vibration or ring alerts, with the ability to add to the media by downloading polyphonic or MP3 and Midi ringtones. This provides the ability to individualise the phone to the owner's tastes and preferences.

GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Blue tooth and USB are all provided within the phones menagerie of connectivity. This ensures the phone is able to be connected to multiple devices and to perform numerous tasks such as file sharing and synchronisation with a PC or other device. The useful element of satellite navigation is included by virtue of the GPS function. The phone also comes with a compendium of additional features such as an MP3 player, WMV/MP4 player, organiser world clock and pocket versions of MS office programs such as Word, Excel. This provides useful means to conduct numerous tasks whilst out and about, without the need of a laptop or PC.

The ASUS P320 is 99 mm by 55 mm wide and 13 mm thick and uses the TI OMAP 850 200 MHz processor in combination with Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. This is a stable and reliable system which is tried and tested. The phones internal memory is 64 Mb, but can be expanded if required. The phone is a useful workhorse in many ways and its popularity is justified.

Source by Andrew Ramsey