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Sony Ericsson MMV-100 – first impressions

Such accessory as MMV-100 has very niche audience. See for yourself, will there be a lot of people willing to buy device for 120-140 dollars in order to show the pictures made with their mobile phones on their TV-sets. The number of such people is not large and pretty approved. On the other hand this device should be considered as test one, soon phones with better cameras will be released (2mpx, auto-focus), the need of similar devices will be increased, as well as its market.

Today we are already impressed with the fact how this device is good after all. The pictures taken with Sony Ericsson P900 made in VGA resolution look pretty impressive. I can’t say that the quality is perfect, but it is not poor as well, the pictures are viewed lightly.

Process of picture transfer to MMV-100 is simple, choose the required picture and just send it via Bluetooth, choose MMV-100 from the list of available devices. Only static files can be sent, animation is not supported. Probably this was left for the improved version, which will be released soon, most likely this will be v200 since it must have something new, doesn’t it?

During demonstration everyone who had the will was able to send the picture to the big screen. I was the one who used it immediately.

A list of devices at the press-conference was more interesting, they were not even protected by passwords. Bluetooth technology becomes really popular and available. Speaking about MMV-100’s fate we can not forget the fact that this is niche solution, it will not become mass.

Eldar Murtazin (eldar@mobile-review.com)
Translated by Alexander "Lexx" Zavoloka(Lexx@i-5.delfi.lv)

Published — 01 April 2004

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