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  • A ringtone or ring tone is the sound made by a telephone to indicate an incoming call or text message. Not literally a tone, the term is most often used today to refer to customizable sounds used on mobile phones.
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  • Cell Phone is an award-winning Chinese comedy-drama film directed by Feng Xiaogang and starring Ge You, Zhang Guoli, Xu Fan and Fan Bingbing. It was first released on 18 December 2003 in Mainland China, and was subsequently screened at the Cleveland International Film Festival on 18 March 2005.
  • call up by using a cellular phone; "If the train is late, I will cell phone you"
  • A portable, wireless telephone, which changes antenna connections seamlessly during travel from one radio reception cell to another without losing the party-to-party call connection
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  • At once; immediately
  • without anyone or anything intervening; "these two factors are directly related"; "he was directly responsible"; "measured the physical properties directly"
  • without deviation; "the path leads directly to the lake"; "went direct to the office"
  • Without changing direction or stopping
  • In a little while; soon
  • immediately: without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening; "he answered immediately"; "found an answer straightaway"; "an official accused of dishonesty should be suspended forthwith"; "Come here now!"
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Cobra MR F300BT Waterproof Marine Handset with Bluetooth Wireless Technology for Use with Bluetooth-Enabled Cell Phones
Cobra MR F300BT Waterproof Marine Handset with Bluetooth Wireless Technology for Use with Bluetooth-Enabled Cell Phones
The Cobra MR F300BT is a waterproof handset with Bluetooth Wireless Technology, MicroBlue Technology (patent pending), Easy Grip, Noise Canceling Mic. This unit is waterproof to JIS7, has a large illuminated display and requires no recharging. Other features include: Easy Pair, Caller ID, easy redial operation, call log, phone book, adjustable volume, 10 selectable ring tones, backlit blue buttons and display, external audio output, waterproof deck connector, and simple installation. The MR F300BT is USB upgradeable. It is NOT a VHF radio, but is built for use with the Bluetooth enabled cell phone on your boat.

The Cobra MR F300 BT is perfect for the water-bound cell phone user. Anyone who's ever worried about getting their cell phone wet, missing a phone call, or had trouble with boat noise or windy conditions will find this waterproof Bluetooth handset quite handy.
Cobra MR F300 BT In Use
Anyone boat-owner who's ever worried about getting their cell phone wet, missing a phone call, or had trouble with boat noise or windy conditions will find this waterproof Bluetooth handset quite handy.
Make and Receive Calls on Your Boat
Easy Redial Operation
One-touch redial of last phone number dialed.
50 Number Call Log
Press one key to see the Call Log of incoming, outgoing and missed calls. Easily call any number on the list with the press of a button.
50 Number Phone Book
Easy to program and easier to dial, this lets you store 50 of your frequently used contacts for easy access.
Caller ID
The number and name (if in contact list) of incoming calls appears on the LCD screen for easy caller identification.
10 Selectable Ring Tones
Choose from 10 of Cobra's predefined ring tones.
Cobra MR F300 BT Front
Easily pair unit with eight different cell phones.
Crystal-Clear Audio
Noise Canceling Microphone
Cobra's exclusive noise-muting technology gives you crystal-clear communication, even when your surroundings aren't cooperating.
Loud & Clear
The "Loud & Clear" feature sends incoming audio over the unit's powerful speaker, complete with adjustable volume during the call.
Optional VOX
This software controlled option (with a dedicated button) allows you to use this device in a speakerphone hands-free mode. For normal operation, you press the PTT button while you talk, eliminating all of your background noise.
Convenient Handset Design
Large Illuminated Display
A large dot matrix display area allows for an easy view, and combined with the backlit blue buttons, makes operation a breeze. You can also lower the backlight for low-light conditions.
EasyGrip Design
The handset boasts an ergonomic design for incredible comfort during use.
External Audio Output
If you need a little more volume, you can connect the unit to your stereo's Aux Input. The voice of your caller can be played through your stereo over the amplified speaker system.
Music Mode
This new feature lets you wirelessly stream and control music from your compatible iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry, or Android phone. Combine with the stereo audio output for some more music options on your craft.
Submersible
The handset meets JIS7 standards, and is submersible for 30 minutes in one meter deep water.
Cobra MR F300 BT Music Mode
New Music Mode allows for streaming music from your compatible iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry, or Android phone.
Easy Setup
Simple Installation
The MR F300 BT can be installed and set up in as little as 30 minutes.
Easy Pairing
Pairing phones just takes an easy, one-time configuration. Simply use your Bluetooth capable mobile phone's menu to pair it the same way you would a Bluetooth headset. Done.
Multiple Phone Pairing
Pairs with up to eight different mobile phones, one used at a time. Switching between paired phones is also a breeze.
Waterproof Deck Connector
This device connects directly to your boat's 12V DC power system through an easy-to-install waterproof plug.
USB Upgradeable
Cobra software upgrades and enhancements can be made through a standard USB connector.
What's in the Box
Cobra MR F300BT Handset, Bulkhead Connector Cord and Hardware, Hanger Bracket, Documentation

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Object Lesson -- Japanese Cell Phone
Object Lesson -- Japanese Cell Phone
This is the cell phone that I used while I lived in Japan last year. It is a little bit fatter than most cell phones people use in the United States and also weighs a bit more. Even though at the time, it felt like a normal cell phone, now it feels very heavy in my hand. The design is incredibly similar to phones in the United States. Almost everything about it is exactly the same as phones such as the RAZR, but there are a few little differences. First, probably every cell phone, or keitai, has a place where one can attach some sort of charm. These can be bought all over the country in a huge variety of different shapes and sizes. All kinds of people regularly have huge collections of these charms hanging from their phones. My phone only has one on it, and it is a little bit broken because of how much I used the phone. Another difference is the format of the buttons. Although the phone can act much like an American cell phone, it also has an input method that accommodates the Japanese language. Each numbered button has one character on it from the Japanese language. For example, the number “2” key has the character ?, or “ka”. When one hits this key once, it writes that character, but if one hits it more times it cycles through the rest of the characters that begin with “K”. This order follows: ka, ki, ku, ke, ko. This rule applies for all of the keys that have characters on them, such as “sa” and “ra”. The method of input is different. Another difference is the kinds of technology that phone employs. The digital camera in the phone is of much better quality than those I have found in American phones. The phone also can easily access most sites on the Internet and send e-mails. I found that the technology of the phone is much more advanced and easier to use than those in the United States. I noticed that people in Japan seem to be much more attached to their cell phones than people in the United States. Whenever you ride on a train or a bus, more than half of the people are using their phones. Keitai can even work as a form of credit card and can scan barcodes to download information such as menus, addresses, and prices. It seems that as keitai can do so many more things, they have become more indispensable for people. It is interesting it see that essentially the same device can be used in so many different ways and to such different degrees in different cultures. Two keywords I would choose to describe my old keitai are “personalized” and “multi_function”. The keitai has almost become an extension of many people’s bodies, so in that way, it is “personalized”. It can also perform such a variety of different actions that it has become increasingly important and a “multi_function” device.
Cell Phones
Cell Phones
Beat that. Stack more than 5 cell phones up,take a picture and you win.* *contestants win nothing

free ringtones directly to your cell phone
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Philips VOIP 321 Skype Dual Phone Single Handset ( VOIP3211G/37 )
Philips VOIP3211G/37 DECT 6.0 VOIP PHONE SYSTEM (1-PHONE BUNDLE) 1-PHONE BUNDLE; MAKES & RECEIVES SKYPE VOIP CALLS; MAKES INTERNET OR STANDARD PHONE CALLS; 50-CONTACT ADDRESS BOOK; AMBER DISPLAY & BACKLIGHTING; SPEAKERPHONE; UP TO 100-HOUR STANDBY TIME & 10-HOUR TALK TIME; ACCESS TO YOUR SKYPE CONTACT LIST FROM ANYWHERE IN THE HOME; CALL MANAGEMENT FEATURES INCLUDE CALL WAITING CALLER ID, CALL ON HOLD, MESSAGE WAITING & CALL TRANSFER;HANDSET KEYS INCLUDE LINE, DIALING KEYPAD, PHONEBOOK, CALL LOG, REDIAL, SKYPE & LOUDSPEAKER;AMBER BACKLIT;10-CALLS REDIAL LIST CAPACITY;10 MELODY RINGERS WITH LANDLINE OR INTERNET CALL DISTINCTION

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