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2 Week Old O2 Xda Atom For Sale


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Hi Guys,

im selling my O2 xda atom, its an excellent mobile phone and PDA in one but I just have to uses for it.

Location. Sydney

Contact. 0415457900

Price. 650.00

Will post photos tonight.

O2 XDA Atom

Immerse yourself in the supremacy of the Xda Atom, the world's smallest multimedia PDA-phone.

The epitome of power and performance, it is power-packed with cutting edge features such as O2 MediaPlus, Windows Media Player 10, 2.0 Mega Pixel Camera and Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0.

Compact, lightweight and aesthetically pleasing to the eye, the Xda Atom is a true complement to your distinctive sense of style. Weighing a mere 140g, its highly ergonomic form is further accentuated by the brilliance of its 262,000 colours QVGA TFT-LCD touch panel-enabled display. Adding to perfection are the sleek stereo speakers, omni-directional mono microphone and user-friendly navigational buttons.


Atom-charged entertainment on the go

Load up your Xda Atom with the latest games, video clips and MP3 files! The mighty Xda Atom is packed with dynamic, rich-media features such as O2 MediaPlus, FM Radio and Windows Media Player 10, providing you with non-stop entertainment right in the palm of your hand.

Atom-enriched pictures

Spotted something exciting? Capture it instantly with the Xda Atom's advanced 2.0 Mega Pixel Camera and share it with your family and friends via MMS. This indispensable tool is built-in with a white LED strobe flash for snapping pin-sharp photos and a preview mirror for self-portraits.

Atom-inspired visual brilliance

Watch your world come vivacious to life with this groundbreaking PDA-phone. Its impressive 2.7" QVGA TFT-LCD display is boldly enriched with a vibrant splash of 262,000 colours that'll definitely brighten your day in every way.

Atom-enhanced freedom without wires

With Xda Atom's Wireless LAN connectivity, staying in touch has never been easier. With this dynamic feature, you can now access your email, browse the Internet and log on to your office's server wirelessly from virtually anywhere - at home, the office or even from a cafe downtown.

Atom-empowered mobile office

A breakthrough in both form and functionality, the Xda Atom redefines the term "working on the go". It features the latest Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 - a powerful tool that'll help you work efficiently straight from your PDA-phone.



Approx. 58(W) x 102(L) x 18.5(T) mm

Weight with battery: 140g

Operating System:

Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0


2.7" TFT LCD display with touch panel

240 x 320 dots resolution

Supports 262K colours (65,536 effective)

Operating time:

Standby: 150 hours

Talk time up to 5.5 hours





Bluetooth/Wireless LAN:

Bluetooth SIG version 1.2 compliant

IEEE 802.11b compliant

Memory Size:

Flash ROM: 128MB



Stereo speaker

Speaker with receiver

Omni-directional mono microphone

Support speaker phone operation

Ringtone support: 64-chord MIDI, MP3,


Playback support: MIDI, MP3, WMA,



Colour 2-mega-pixel CMOS camera

Preview mirror for self portrait

White LED strobe flash

Support still image and video capture


O2 XDA Atom PDA Phone


Universal AC adapter

Mini USB cable

Companion CD

Quick start guide

User manual

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