Casio G'zOne Rock - sturdy clamshell for active recreation

Sunday, November 22, 2009

U.S. operator Verizon Wireless introduced a mobile phone Casio G'zOne Rock. This is extendible for active lifestyles, said the company. It is enclosed in a robust housing that is protected in accordance with specification MIL-STD-810F from water, dust, shock, vibration, humidity, temperature fluctuations and solar radiation. In addition, the Casio G'zOne Rock has six specific applications, especially for tourists, travelers and fans of extreme rest:

* Earth Compass - a compass that works in conjunction with GPS
* Walking Counter - step counter, can also measure time, distance, speed and calories burned
* Thermometer - shows the air temperature in Celsius and Fahrenheit
* Astro Calendar - displays the number of days before new moon and the current day of the lunar cycle
* Sunrise Sunset - shows the current time and position of the sun, time of sunrise and sunset times in several major cities around the world and the level of solar radiation
* Tides - notes the tides of the sea in more than 100 points and indicates the best time and place for fishing.

From the technical characteristics of the phone can provide support for cellular networks CDMA EV-DO Rev. A and wireless interface Bluetooth, 2 megapixel camera, GPS receiver, music player with touch buttons, slot for microSD memory cards and walkie-talkie mode (Push To Talk). Novelty is available now from Verizon Wireless, its value to the contract and the discount is $ 199.99.