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Quad Band Camera Touch Screen Sports Wrist Watch Phone Gold
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Display Size: 1.5 inch TFT 260k color touch screen
Network:GSM network frequencies 850/900/1800/1900 MHz.
Bluetooth function
Camera: 1.3 Mega pixels
Supports MP3 player, FM
Supports GPRS, WAP
Supports 3GP / MPEG4 video format, 128x128 pixels display
TF/microSD Card Supported (expandable to 8GB)
Supports three kinds of call model: stereo bluetooth, handsfree and earphone
Save more than 500 numbers, and 200 SMS
Contacts menu includes: Search Entry, Add New Entry, Copy All, Delete, Caller Group, Extra Number, Settings, Caller Picture, Caller Ringtone
Messages menu includes: SMS, MMS, Chat, Voice Mail Server, Broadcast Message
Organizer menu includes: Calendar, To Do, Alarm, E-book Reader
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Arabic, Indonesian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Setting menu includes: Pen Calibration, User Profiles, Call Setup, Phone Setup, Security Setup, Restore Factory Setting, Network Setup
Multimedia menu includes: Organizer, File Manager, Camera, Image Viewer, Video Recorder, Video Player, Audio Player, Sound Recorder, FM Radio
Talking time: 2-3hours ,Standby: 150-300hours

Package Contents:
1?Cellphone wrist watch with stylus
1?Wired earphones with clip and MIC
2?Rechargeable li-ion batteries
1?USB Wall Power Adapter (100-240v)
1?USB Watch Charging/Data Transfer Cable
1?User Manual - English

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Omar e Khayyam tomb
Omar e Khayyam tomb
Omar e Khayyam : Ghiyas od-Din Abul-Fatah Omar ibn Ibrahim Khayyam Nishaburi (Persian: ???? ????? ??? ????? ??? ?? ??????? ???? ????????) or Omar Khayyam (b. May 18, 1048 Nishapur, (Persia) – d. December 4, 1131), was a Persian poet, mathematician, philosopher and astronomer who lived in Persia. His name is also given as Omar al-Khayyami[1]. He is best known for his poetry, and outside Iran, for the quatrains (rubaiyaas) in Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, popularized through Edward Fitzgerald's re-created translation. His substantial mathematical contributions include his Treatise on Demonstration of Problems of Algebra, which gives a geometric method for solving cubic equations by intersecting a hyperbola with a circle[2]. He also contributed to calendar reform and may have proposed a heliocentric theory well before Copernicus. Early life : Khayyam was born in Nishapur, then a Seljuk capital in Khorasan (present Northeast Iran), rivalling Cairo or Baghdad. He is thought to have been born into a family of tent makers (literally, al-khayyami means "tent maker"); later in life he would make this into a play on words: Khayyam, who stitched the tents of science, Has fallen in grief's furnace and been suddenly burned, The shears of Fate have cut the tent ropes of his life, And the broker of Hope has sold him for nothing! [2] He spent part of his childhood in the town of Balkh (present northern Afghanistan), studying under the well-known scholar Sheik Muhammad Mansuri. Subsequently, he studied under Imam Mowaffaq Nishapuri, who was considered one of the greatest teachers of the Khorassan region. According to a well-known legend called Three Schoolmates, two other exceptional students studied under the Imam Mowaffaq at about the same time: Nizam-ul-Mulk (b. 1018), who went on to become the Vizier to the Seljukid Empire, and Hassan-i-Sabah (b.1034), who became the leader of the Hashshashin (Nizar Islaimi) sect. It was said that these students became friends, and after Nizam-ul-Mulk became Vizier, Hassan-i-Sabah and Omar Khayyam each went to him, and asked to share in his good fortune. Hassan-i-Sabah demanded and was granted a place in the government, but he was ambitious, and was eventually removed from power after he participated in an unsuccessful effort to overthrow his benefactor, the Vizier. Omar Khayyam was more modest and asked merely for a place to live, study science, and pray. He was granted a yearly pension of 1,200 mithkals of gold from the treasury of Nishapur. He lived on this pension for the rest of his life. Mathematician : Omar Khayyam was famous during his times as a mathematician. He wrote the influential Treatise on Demonstration of Problems of Algebra (1070), which laid down the principles of algebra, part of the body of Arabic Mathematics that was eventually transmitted to Europe. In particular, he derived general methods for solving cubic equations and even some higher orders: From the Indians one has methods for obtaining square and cube roots, methods which are based on knowledge of individual cases, namely the knowledge of the squares of the nine digits 12, 22, 32 (etc.) and their respective products, i.e. 2 ? 3 etc. We have written a treatise on the proof of the validity of those methods and that they satisfy the conditions. In addition we have increased their types, namely in the form of the determination of the fourth, fifth, sixth roots up to any desired degree. No one preceded us in this and those proofs are purely arithmetic, founded on the arithmetic of The Elements. - Omar Khayyam: Treatise on Demonstration of Problems of Algebra[3] His method for solving cubic equations by intersecting a conic section with a circle (see some examples with a parabola worked out on a calculator[4]). Although his approach at achieving this had earlier been attempted by Menaechmus, Mahavira Acharya and others, Khayyam provided a generalization extending it to all cubics. In addition he discovered the binomial expansion. His method for solving quadratic equations are also similar to what is used today. In the Treatise he also wrote on the triangular array of binomial coefficients known as Pascal's triangle. In 1077, Omar wrote Sharh ma ashkala min musadarat kitab Uqlidis (Explanations of the Difficulties in the Postulates of Euclid). An important part of the book is concerned with Euclid's famous parallel postulate, which had also attracted the interest of Thabit ibn Qurra. Al-Haytham had previously attempted a demonstation of the postulate; Omar's attempt was a distinct advance, and his criticisms made their way to Europe, and may have contributed to the eventual development of non-Euclidean geometry. Omar Khayyam also had other notable work in geometry, specifically on the theory of proportions. Astronomer : Like most mathematicians of the period, Omar Khayyam was also famous as an astronomer. In 1073, the Seljuk dynasty Sultan Sultan Jalal al-Din Malekshah Saljuqi (Malik-Shah I
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free gold calculator
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