A morning jog itself gives a replenishing effect to the physique. Then what if its around the amazing Stonehenge of the Salisbury plains? Erected somewhat between 1600 BC and 2000 BC, this awe-inspiring monument has always been shrouded by controversies regarding its purpose of erection. Some perceive that it was designed as a sun-worship place, while many others argue that it was a section of a colossal astronomical calendar. However, still a good lot strives to preach its medicinal values due to which a number of fitness fanatics frequent this place as simply as that to have a jog around it.
And who is there jogging towards the Bronze Age obelisks with blunt tops, sporting a pleasant smile, occassionally peaking onto a Samsung SGH F110 Micoach Mobile Phone
as if just having beaten Gebrselassie's marathon world record. No prize for guessing the name Salisbury on the Salisbury plain.
Missed me? Mr Salisbury calls the first hit.
Morning sir, to be frank I never expected you here. And that gadget in your palm really fascinates.
Yes, it is a Samsung Micoach health monitoring mobile phone that is a slider phone primarily with Quadband GSM frequency supports for networking. You have EDGE for data speeds and a proprietary operating system of Samsung. A 2MP camera, multimedia player and 1GB onboard memory. Nope, not a 3G phone if you were upto that probe.
I am sorry sir. I thought that you were only taken to some advanced gizmos...
You are quiet right there, but here what I need is not a gizmo. Instead I would now prefer any compact device that would enable me to run at the fastest. This gadget is much like a personal trainer to me as it supplies me with a custom plan based around my fitness and technical data of my workouts. What more, it even encourages me verbally. You should see this sensor that is attached to my shoe laces and this heart rate monitor fitted strap that goes around my chest. Guess how it gets connected with my phone? Magic friend
..Bluetooth magic. After completing my workout I simply plug my gadget into a PC, only to sync the data with Micoach website to analyse my results.
Impressive. But I have experienced this sort somewhere else too. Say, in a Nokia 5500 Sport Mobile Phone
. The sports mode of this mobile phone too offers you something to monitor your exercise levels as well as present the training data through its display. Moreover, this device also shows information regarding burned calories, speed, distance and steps taken. Above all this mobile phone comes blessed with a stainless steel casing that in its turn offers you shock, dust and even splash resistance.
Strange. You more often than not, amaze me with your gadget knowledge. Please continue for I would like to run the fastest in the near future, I repeat.
Sure sir, this mobile phone is a triband GSM device compared with Samsung Micoach and its communication download speeds too would be identical with only GPRS to boast of apart from EDGE. The camera too is similar here with a 2MP sensor to be projected though the 5500 Sport overshadows your device with its video recording facilities. If my assumption is right, its multimedia player also would appear a better one than Samsung Micoach's. That's almost all about that, but why in the world should you have to run the fastest?
'Apophis', my friend. A big asteroid, bigger than Lords Cricket Ground all set to have a tryst with Earth. Say by, 2036. Or that is what NASA says. They have declared that this 20 million tonne asteroid that measures upto 350 metres, would crash land somewhere in the Pacific Ocean off the North American coast. Would you believe this that it is travelling towards us at a speed of 20,000 kph?
Really? I thought 'Apophis' was the Greek name of the nemesis of the Egyptian Sun God, 'Ra'.
Must be. But all I know now is that I would have to keep myself fit enough to run fast. Since that would soon be warranted for, either from the asteroid or from the NASA birdbrains.
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