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O2 Joggler - £49.99 Now with FREE App Store * BACK AVAILABLE Online & Instore*

£49.99 @ O2
The O2 Joggler will be available at 1/2 price for a period of 2 weeks from 2nd April (http://shop.o2.co.uk/joggler or by calling 08442 020202). You can now download free Apps (from 1st April) from …
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
The O2 Joggler will be available at 1/2 price for a period of 2 weeks from 2nd April (http://shop.o2.co.uk/joggler or by calling 08442 020202).

You can now download free Apps (from 1st April) from the O2 App store (inc Google maps, You Tube, Google Calendar etc).


The OS kernel runs on Linux 2.6
The GUI is Flash based: Flash 10 and Action Script 3
Display
7 diagonal TFT LCD with 16.7M colors (24 bits)
800?80 resolution (WVGA), 225 dpi
Brightness: 350 cd/m2
Contrast: 300:1
Viewing angle: 130° horizontal, 110° vertical
Glass-surface touchscreen
Capacitive touch
No stylus

- rozza38


Colloq has created a site for those interested in hacking the Joggler. It's http://www.joggler.info/forum

Information:
The joggler does not have a battery and needs to be plugged in at all times.
- williham

Your box will have been opened and resealed because the power supply was apparantly recalled and replaced.
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1 Like #2
and if like me you have no idea what a joggler is....

O2 Joggler

Touch-screen device
Internet radio with around 100 radio stations, powered by PURE
Plays & stores photos, music and videos
Receives and sends text messages to UK mobiles
Provides the latest news,sports and weather from Sky
#3
And more...

http://shop.o2.co.uk/images/consumer/generic/joggler/joggler_features.jpg
#4
Good price, even just for the media functions!

Such a shame it doesn't support iTunes format or the iPhone calander!!

H&R
#5
Bargain for £49.99
#6
Does anyone know if you need to have a mobile phone contract with this to use the features?
:?:
#7
1*Man_Squadron
Does anyone know if you need to have a mobile phone contract with this to use the features?
:?:


You need an O2 SIM (PAYG or Contract) to benefit from the O2 Calender functions.
#8
You can also hack it, but I'm not sure on the advantages of this if anyone knows ?
#9
Looks pretty interesting, looks like you may be able to install other linux distros on it http://hackthejoggler.freeforums.org/
#10
Thanks OP. Was thinking about getting one of these. At £99, I was in two minds...at £49, it's a done deal.

Thanks :thumbsup:
banned#11
So all the fun of a phone without the phone?

Anyone got one?
#12
Tech Spec:

Summary Tech Spec:

* 7” capacitive TFT touch screen (finger input only), 800 x 480 pixel resolution
* Wifi (802.11b.g.n) and Ethernet connection
* Intel Atom processor, Linux 2.6 kernel with Flash 10, Action Script 3.0
* 1Gb (max)on board memory, external memory support via USB 2.0 port
* Media player that supports a broad selection of picture, music and video formats and codecs
-Images: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, GIF, BMP
-Audio: MP3, WAV, WMA
-Video: MPEG-2, MPEG-4 part 2, MPEG-4 part 10 (H.264), WMV 9, DivX, VC1, FLV
* Integrated mono speakers with support for external speakers
* Supports Over The Air updates and remote management
#13
loopie
Tech Spec:

Summary Tech Spec:

* 7” capacitive TFT touch screen (finger input only), 800 x 480 pixel resolution
* Wifi (802.11b.g.n) and Ethernet connection
* Intel Atom processor, Linux 2.6 kernel with Flash 10, Action Script 3.0
* 1Gb (max)on board memory, external memory support via USB 2.0 port
* Media player that supports a broad selection of picture, music and video formats and codecs
-Images: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, GIF, BMP
-Audio: MP3, WAV, WMA
-Video: MPEG-2, MPEG-4 part 2, MPEG-4 part 10 (H.264), WMV 9, DivX, VC1, FLV
* Integrated mono speakers with support for external speakers
* Supports Over The Air updates and remote management


so will this play divx straight off a memory stick plugged into it?
#14
It's worth £50 just for the calendar and Internet radio. I like the way you get texts to remind you of things in your calendar :)
#15
I think it's worth a punt at £49 even as a fancy picture frame....I don't think they were selling many at £99 though. The benefit of hacking it would be to install linux and have access to games/ apps like an internet browser maybe?

Shame it can't run on batteries, might make a cool alarm clock or something.....might design a battery pack for it!.
#16
lol you beat me to posting this also. You work at o2 OP?
#17
good :) worth a try.
#18
this gonna be available in 02 high street stores? or is it online/phone orders only?
#19
Oxygene
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clearly states in the op the 49.99 is from april 2nd
#20
hmmm...interesting, might get one to play around with!
#21
So, seeing as you need an O2 SIM with this, how much does it cost to use the features? and what features does it use that are SIM only features?
#22
barky;8253494
this gonna be available in 02 high street stores? or is it online/phone orders only?


It only says online/phone, but I cant see why the shops wouldn't sell them at this price, as they all stock them !

Give one a bell & let us know :thumbsup:
#23
ChrisUK
It only says online/phone, but I cant see why the shops wouldn't sell them at this price, as they all stock them !

Give one a bell & let us know :thumbsup:


yep-instore too-just called the 02 store in newton mearns glasgow and they are doing this deal from friday-just need to convince mrs barky that I NEED another gadget:whistling:
#24
so does it have any built in storage?

whats the point of internet connections if it doesn't have an internet browser?
#25
I think it has limited storage, but you can also plug in USB pens etc for extra space.

It has WiFi for the radio, sky sports news, weather, downloading apps, downloading updates etc
#26
1 Gig of internal storage, plus usb for stick storage. Internet connection allows for things like internet radio, weather updates, traffic updates etc. I would hope a browser might come along with the app store.
1 Like #27
finding it hard to see any owners who actually like it, looks about as well supported as a Sinclair C5
#28
Can someone tell me what I would use this for that I wouldnt/couldnt do on my netbook far more practically?

Why do I need a calendar when I have a BB and iPhone already synched with my Outlook (which organises my entire life!).

Genuine enquiry! I am looking to be converted, as its "interesting" for 49 squid.

I dont get this, just like I dont get that O2 passport credit./debit card thingy!:?
#29
10% Quidco? Does this count as an accessory??
#30
want one!
#31
Want one :)

wonders if you can use it as a alarm clock too, I can see this making its way to my bedside table.
#32
Handy divx player...
#33
KevinM
Thanks OP. Was thinking about getting one of these. At £99, I was in two minds...at £49, it's a done deal.

Thanks :thumbsup:


+1.

Good post OP, although you owe me £50 - I am suddenly £50 less well off, and I hold you responsible.
1 Like #34
deal of the year for what is essentially a tablet PC.... Reminds me of 3Com's Audrey
#35
Wil be getting one as an alarm clock. Worth it for the internet radio alone IMO.
#36
Great! Was tempted with one the other day at £99. Definitely getting one for this price. Hot!
#37
Still not quite sure what it is but here's a link to the product page on o2 for more detail, FAQs and promo...
At £49 for a digital radio it looks very good value. It looks like it does everything over WiFi and therefore does not need a SIM, and you get 50 free text messages from it every month...

http://yourfamily.o2.co.uk/o2familyjoggler
2 Likes #39
All, I have one of these and paid a lot more than £50.
Anyway - i'll explain -
1.Its a digital picture frame - it has internal storage and you load photos or video by USB stick - i can't remember if it plays off the stick - yes i think it does.
2. Its a streaming media player - so will play vids via wireless from your twonky server etc. It has inbuilt speakers or jack out.
3. its wireless radio, weather app news and sports news it gets via the internet - the radio is provided by "PURE"
4.it has live traffic updates from Traficmaster - with a map
5.it plays mp3's yes off the usb
6.it has the O2 calendar - it syncs with online calendar and will txt O2 phones for free as alerts for calendar items.
7.it sends and receives SMS - it has no sim but does have a mobile numer and IMEI - i'm on O2 but i think the joggler get x amount of free txts a month. You can also txt it and it pops up on the screen as well as txting it to add or check calendar entries. So if you send an sms to check a day it replies and tells you if something is already booked in etc.
8.it has a few games on.
9. Its touch screen

Screen res good for photos or will display a digital clock if you don't want a slide show. With the inclusion of the apps it's a steal a £50. Yes, had negative press but O2 have spent some money on it as i remember doing a survey a year ago about what i would like to see on there and they have listened.

It's re-branded openpeak at the end of the day [url]www.openpeak.com[/url]

M
#40
as it doesnt support itunes could someone tell me how easy it would be to take some existing music on itunes converting it to another format for this whilst still retaining the original music on itunes. I like the idea of this to use next to the bed with the radio but could i easily put a few albums on it....

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