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Sony ICFC8WM Walkman Clock Dock - Black
This clock radio uses an internal Lithium battery to maintain clock and alarm operation in the event of a blackout or other power failure.
Start your morning off to music with the ICF-C8WM clock radio. Designed exclusively for Sony Ericsson phones and Walkman MP3 players, this clock radio is the perfect companion to your nightstand or dresser. A dual alarm lets you set two separate wake-up times with the option of waking up to the music stored on your mobile phone, Walkman player or radio station. Additional features include an AM/FM tuner with 30 presets, a large easy-to-read LCD, Automatic Time Set and supplied remote control.
Start your morning off to music with the ICF-C8WM clock radio.
Wake to Radio or Your Compatible Phone/Walkman Device
The ICF-C8WM will charge your Walkman or Sony Ericsson phone while you sleep, and wake you up with your own choice of music from either device. Or, if you prefer, you can have your favourite radio station instead thanks to the built-in FM/AM tuner. And of course, the old classic--a buzzer.
Listen (or wake) to your favorite radio programming with the AM/FM radio, featuring digital tuning and 30 station presets--20 FM, 10 AM.
Dual Alarms With 2-5-7 Day Setting
Set separate wake times for you and your companion using the dual alarms, or a 2-5-7 day setting lets you set different wake times for weekdays and weekend days.
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Compatible with a variety of Sony Walkman MP3 players and SOny Ericsson phones. See manufacturer site for full list.
Great for Any Room
As an alarm clock the ICF-C8WM is great for your night stand, but it boasts a black, modern design that would suit most any room--bedroom, kitchen, living room, etc.
To make sure the display is just right, there are three brightness levels--set to your preference.
No Power, No Problem
This clock radio uses an internal Lithium battery to maintain clock and alarm operation in the event of a blackout or other power failure, so you'll still make it to wherever you need to be.
Automatic Time Setting
Since this unit is preset to the current EST (Eastern Standard Time) at the factory, and is powered by a backup battery, all you need to do the first time is just plug it in and select your time zone.
Similarly, the unit will automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time.
Listen to external audio devices using the rear auxiliary input--MP3 players, iPods, CD players, laptops, or anything else you can connect with a 3.5mm audio cable (supplied).
Sony includes a "Wireless Remote Commander" remote control to access unit functions from across the room.
What's in the Box
ICF-C8WM Clock Radio, Remote Control, AM Antenna, FM Wire Antenna, Phone/Walkman Dock Inserts, Audio In Cable, User's Manual
It just quit on me
I'm a bit sad, really. I've had this camera for the last few years, four and a half in all, taken thousand of photos with it, and now it has gone and retired itself. It just won't take any more pictures. It's a Canon IXUS 400 which I got in June 2003, and it has been with me just about everywhere I've been since. And I've taken pictures of just about everything I could find. The index number on the last shot I took with it, which was last Christmas Eve, is 23790, and it decided to quit while I was trying to take a photo of the cat sleeping underneath the Christmas tree a couple of days later. I've no idea what's supposed to be wrong with taking photos of cats under Christmas trees, or what the cat might possibly have done to the camera when I wasn't watching, but the camera obviously didn't like it much, got fed up with it all, and is now permanently no longer on speaking terms with memory cards.
So, my dear friend since summer of '03 and unto this fateful Thursday, Christmas 2007, I guess it's time to face the end of our working days together, to go our separate ways where you'll confine yourself to a desolate spot on the bookshelf for cameras and outdated technology of yesteryear, and I'll be on the lookout for someone younger, prettier and above all thinner, who will take your place to be at my beck and call and go even further in the quest to fulfill my every want and need.
No, seriously folks, it's a camera I'm talking to here ;-)
I think they may have the IXUS 70 at the nearby electro shop, at a reasonably reasonable price. With a bit of luck I may get hold of one before the fireworks on New Year's Eve.
Incidentally, this is the 666th picture taken with my Sony Ericsson K750i mobile phone.
The world is flat, especially online. An ad-hoc small group comparison clearly favored the new Samsung i320 Smartphone. The thinness is striking…. And it has a 1.3MP camera and 120MB of memory for the flickrites.
The ergonomic loser is the Sony Ericsson M600i with the infamous feel of the IBM PCjr keyboard, and the Nokia clamshell.
The Blackberry, Treo and Nokia E61 are looking fat, not phat.
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