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Let's start with some positives about this Nokia Asha 201. It's relatively cheap and that's always a plus if you are on a tight budget, and for that same reason the design is acceptable too. I like the QWERTY keyboard which gives it a more sophisticated feel, plus the fact that I can easily write loads of text messages quite easily.
The two megapixel camera is ok without being earth shattering, but it does a standard job. The 4 x digital zoom is useful to a point, but obviously cannot compete with the quality of more expensive Nokia phones. I found the 2.4 inch screen pretty good too as I didn't need to hold it right up to my eyes like some other models.
If you want up to 32GB of memory, you have to purchase a microSD memory card, so that is more expense. I found the sound is ok but not spectacular. It has all the features you'd expect on today's market, although I haven't used many of them yet.
All in all, if you are on a tight budget and want a pretty decent mobile phone with all the usual features, this is worth checking out.
I bought this product as I had always liked Philips shavers, however this isn't the best. The shave was pretty decent, that was until I didn't shave for a couple of days and then I felt the shaver struggled to give me a really close shave.
Subsequently, it took me longer to shave than I would have liked, but for everyday shaving then it is not too bad. It did leave some parts of my skin feeling a little sore immediately after shaving, although this eased during the day.
The shaving head cover could do with being stronger and if you are using it plugged in, then the power cable isn't as long as it should be. This shaver has the feeling of a poorly made product that doesn't feel as if will last the test of time and I am quite disappointed with it. I cannot really recommend this product, which is a shame as most of the Philips shavers have been excellent.
I recently purchased the Buffalo Mini Station 500Gb External Hard Drive and decided to write a review. I was surprised at how compact it was, but it didn't detract from the performance at all. It is extremely easy to use, but the first issue I had was that the USB cable is really small in length, so you need to make sure you have a surface close by (if using a desktop pc).
You just plug the cable into a USB port and a window automatically opens up and you simply just drag and drop the data you want to store. Whilst I haven't yet transferred any really large files, I found that the transfer rate is quite good, no hanging around for hours waiting for the transfer to be completed. I cannot really fault this piece of kit, it does what it says on the tin, compact and easy to carry around, sleek design and easy to use.