Posted by: PowerPage Contributor
Date: Tuesday, December 21st, 2004, 11:23
GSM Dealer is now offering to crystalize your mobile technology devices. The company specializes in mobile phones, PDAs and iPods.
An iPod mini with a full crystal cover will set you back US$699. Crystalizing your SideKick II, PalmOne Treo 600/650 or Motorola Razor V3 will cost US$399 (you supply the device).
Our limited Crystal works looks good enough to eat. Palm Beach preppies and urban ?it? girls alike will salivate over our fabulous fuchsia, Swarovski crystals, and luxe limited designs for mini ipod, Motorola V3, Sidekick II and Treo.
Swarovski is the world?s leading manufacturer and supplier of cut crystals that is used by hand to create these master pieces. Fashion luminaries such as Coco Chanel, Elsa Schiaparelli and Dior all used Swarovski crystals and today?s international design stars like Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino and Roberto Cavalli, as well as many young creators continue to rely on Swarovski for its innovative and high quality products and service. We have many colors of mini ipods, Sidekick II and Treo studded with gorgeous crystals select the color of your choice:
If you like to comparison shop, check out our previous stories from back in September on Crystalmini and NYCPeach who also crystalize your mobile kit for a fee.
Posted by: Jason O'Grady
Date: Tuesday, December 21st, 2004, 08:19
I don’t know about you but wireless technology seems to have gone from great to horrible in just a couple of short years. Back in the day, I could plug in an original AirPort base station to a broadband connection and boom! I was online with a rock solid connection.
Now, my AirPort Extreme base station keeps dropping off the radar, disappearing, submarining, whatever you want to call it. I have added a AirPort Express to the setup so that I can play AirTunes over my stereo system, but yet I can’t see it from my den, a scant 18-feet away.
To make matters worse, I seem to have to constantly reboot either the base station or my DSL modem or both, then often I can’t connect to the same base station when it comes back online “error joining base station.” Huh? What kind of error? A little more description in these dialogs wouldn’t hurt, Apple?
I am having these problems mostly with a 15-inch Aluminum PowerBook 1.5GHz and they doesn’t seem to manifest itself on my 12-inch PBG4.
I am ready to ditch my AirPort hardware and switch to wired Ethernet again! What is the deal with AirPort these days? Could it be my neighbor’s cheap (900MHz) cordless phones? What can be done to stop this madness?