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Date: November 21st, 2005
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Samsung Canada
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PRODUCT COMPOSITION (cont'd)



Seeing that this product is multifunctional, you also will receive a USB 2.0/1.1 cable, a analog audio/video cable and of course they had to include a set of headphones for the MP3 functionality or to review your recorded movies and voice recordings in private.




Seeing this product is made to be as small as possible, the only real type of battery to use would be Lithium Ion. Lithium Ion is well known to be the solution to provide the most battery life along with a small form factor and a lack of the disadvantage called battery memory. Seeing it is indeed so small, don't expect anything over 45 minutes of continuous use and you will see why the battery life is so low on the next page. If you are in need of a larger battery, Samsung does sell another Li-Ion battery that has double the capacity (1800mAh).


 

 

 

 

 


And finally we have the Miniket SC-M105. It is hard to get the overall impression on the actual size in this photo, but as a good comparison, it is practically the exact same size as a normal deck of playing cards. More on what makes it tick in the next section.


 


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