Sony Ericsson's K-series handsets are usually Cyber-shot camera phones, but the new K660i is a smart candybar designed for browsing the worldwide web. To boost its web-surfing credentials, the Sony Ericsson K660i boasts illuminated shortcut keys, desktop tickers and a pan and zoom tool to complement its broadband data speeds.
Sony Ericsson says the K660i features a navigation key that, when in web mode, serves as a magnetic mouse pointer, and lets you find your way around a page as you would on a PC. It also indicates where a part of the page is clickable, and where text input is possible.
The K660i's other web features include a bookmark function, which takes you back to the homepage with a single click and an 'enter address' shortcut.
Other features worth pointing out are: Google Maps, a two-megapixel camera, Stereo Bluetooth and a suite of music features, as well as a NetFront web browser and an RSS feed reader.
The Sony Ericsson K660i is available in either lime on white and wine on black and will be available in March.