Nonetheless, the C905 does have a solid line-up of familiar Sony Ericsson feature-phone applications, including music and video players, Google Maps software, a full web browser and an FM radio.
Chunky design The Sony Ericsson C905 is the first Cyber-shot sliderphone, and it's a solid, substantial design.
Blue glowing camera control icons on these, and also on the D-pad, represent hotkey options for camera functions.
The Cyber-shot camera user interface is easy to use, with the dedicated control keys offering fast access to certain functions, plus additional layers of settings to refine your shooting settings.
It's allied with the Google Maps application that's recently become a Sony Ericsson mid-tier staple feature, adding precise position finding to that very useful mapping, route finding and search application.
Google Maps is handy to get location-based info, but isn't a full Sat Nav set-up.
An in-built accelerometer automatically switches screen orientation in certain media functions to match how you're looking at the display.
It's not as large as the displays of its 8-megapixel rivals, but it is bright and clear.In 1980 ASTM published its F679 standard for solid-wall PVC pipe and fittings. Instead the new system provides a minimum wall thickness table combined with minimum pipe stiffness values – the pipe manufacturer is now able to provide the targeted pipe stiffness with any combination of wall thickness and modulus of elasticity (as long as material cell class and minimum wall thickness requirements are met). The bottom line: project specifications that call out “T1” or “T2” walls are outdated – these references have been obsolete for about eight years.The standard’s design philosophy was to allow two wall thickness options (called “T1” and “T2”) based on two values for the PVC material’s modulus of elasticity. The buttons are close and smooth, so don't feel quite roomy enough for the heavier-fingered user. The numberpad buttons on the slider are large enough, though they do feel a tad spongey for really speedy texting.