The Nokia X6 Is A Versatile Media Device

The Nokia X6 Is A Versatile Media Device

The Nokia have set their sights on the entertainment side of things with the new X6. Boasting a versatile media player, Wi-Fi Internet access and heaps of internal storage, along with a five mega pixel camera, it certainly appears to ticks all the boxes. In order to provide the Nokia X6 with optimum levels of connectivity, a number of various connectivity options are employed. Initially, it may seem odd that a micro SD slot is not included in the handset. However, there simply is no need for one thanks to a whopping 32 GB of internal storage which can store a vast amount of files and data. The versatile media player combined with a number of pre-installed games (along with access to a library of downloadable games) and a stereo FM radio player offer a number of entertainment options. Productivity features include a handy organiser, voice command/dial and a photo editor.

The dimensions of the Nokia X6 are 111x 51x 13.8 mm making it perfectly sized for comfort of use, whilst its light weight of just 126 grams makes it a pocket friendly handset. Users are alerted to incoming calls and text messages via vibration and ringing with the option to download polyphonic ringtones and utilises MP3 music files as ringtones. By assigning MP3 files as ringtones, users have the option to customise their handset in order to hear the song of their choice each and every time the phone rings. Effective handsfree communication is easily achieved thanks to a built in speakerphone equipped with stereo speakers, and a 3.5 mm audio Jack. The Nokia X6 boasts an impressive five mega pixel digital camera which is supplied with a wealth of image enhancing features. These include Autofocus, dual LED flash and a video light. Video can be shot in VGA quality at 30 frames per second, along with secondary filming in QCIF quality at 15 frames per second. The Nokia certainly seem to have hit the nail on the head with the X6 as far as appeal to the entertainment fans is concerned. This demographic of mobile phone user are sure to be impressed by the spec list.

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Potjie Kos is I think is a much later tradition but is cooked when people come together on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon or while watching the rugby or cricket game. I want to share with you my favorite recipe, but first I want to share a bean soup recipe which my grandmother and my mother made. 1. Soak the beans overnight in cold water. 2. Cook the beans, soup meat, onion, bacon and water 1 hour. 3. Add the potatoes and tomatos and cook until everything is tender - about 2 hours. 4. Puree the soup, or press the vegetables finely and cut the meat fine, or leave as it is to savor the bean texture. 5. Add salt and pepper to taste. 6. Simmer the soup and add spoon fulls of dumpling dough and simmer until dumplings are cooked. Add another little water if too thick. DUMPLINGS 7. Mix the dry ingredients.

8. mix the butter or margarine into the dry ingredients. 9. Add the milk and mix until it forms a stiff dough. When the dumplings are cooked, dish up and enjoy. The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. There are 165 calories in 1 serving of Lamb Potjiekos.Calorie breakdown: 31% fat , 62% carbs, 7% protein. With the potjie kos is served either rice or pap ( stiff porridge ), pot bread and a salad.The pap is made from mealie meal and unlike porridge less water is used resulting in a stiffer mixture. There is another version of this porridge, made by the Sotho people and they call it Putu, and the white South Africans named it krummel pap, (crumbly porridge) .