iPhone 5 is now Available at Nasa Smart Devices

We would like to inform you that iPhone 5 is now available at Nasa Smart Devices. The state of the art smartphone is available in Black or White Color.

You can place an online order here at our web shop.

http://www.nasa4ppc.com/index.php?cPath=307

HTC One X+ is now available at Nasa Smart Devices

Nasa Smart Devices is offering HTC One X+ exclusively in Saudi Arabia. The device is now available with 64GB Memory and in Black color.

More Great Features of HTC One X Plus

  • 67% Faster CPU
  • Double Memory
  • 50% More battery Life

How to pair my Plantronics Bluetooth headset with my cell phone?

Procedure (Applies to M20/M24/M50)

First time pairing:

Image of the M20 QuickPair Process

The M20, M24, and M50 feature QuickPair technology, which means that the first time you turn the headset on, it automatically goes into pairing (discoverable) mode. To pair the headset,

  1. Turn on your device’s Bluetooth feature.
  2. Turn the headset on. The light on the headset should start flashing an alternating red-blue. If it doesn’t, refer to the “Subsequent pairing” instructions below. Set the headset aside.
  3. On your cell phone, go to the Bluetooth menu and search for (or add) a device. The cell phone should find the headset. The M20 appears as “PLT_M20″ in your list of devices, and the M50 appears as “PLT_M50.”
  4. If prompted for a passkey, enter 0000 (four zeros). Note: Do not be alarmed if your phone does not prompt you for a passkey, because many phones do not.

Subsequent pairing:

Image of the M20 Pairing Process

If you need to pair the headset to your phone again – or to another device – you can do so by performing the following:

  1. Turn on your device’s Bluetooth feature.
  2. Turn the headset on.
  3. Press and hold the call control button for about 5-6 seconds until the light on the headset starts flashing an alternating red-blue. Release the button and set the headset aside.
  4. On your cell phone, go to the Bluetooth menu and search for (or add) a device. The cell phone should find the headset. The M20 appears as “PLT_M20″ in your list of devices, and the M50 appears as “PLT_M50.”
  5. If prompted for a passkey, enter 0000 (four zeros). Note: Do not be alarmed if your phone does not prompt you for a passkey, because many phones do not.

60 % Smartphone will run Android OS in 2012

Android-OS-Share-in-2012

The market share of smartphones running the Android platform will reach 59.2% in 2012 while iOS will stay almost flat at 18.3% according to Digitimes research. RIM’s shipments of BlackBerry devices will be down substantially from the 2011 level and the market share will slide to 6.9%. Thanks to support from Nokia, Windows phone’s share will reach 6.2% in 2012. Nokia will still market its Symbian device in the low prices smartphone market in 2012 with the operating system share reach 6.2%