The Sony Ericsson K800i mobile phone redefines the way we think about camera phones. To start with, it's branded "Cyber-shot" - the same name that graces Sony's digital camera range. It also shares many of its menu features with Sony cameras, along with a powerful xenon flash for night-time photography and an image stabiliser to reduce camera shake when you're taking pictures or recording videos.
Slide open the lens cover and the camera activates automatically. Now press the camera key and you'll barely believe what happens next. The 3.2 megapixel lens will take a total of nine photos: one at the exact time you press the key, four immediately afterwards and - get this! - four immediately BEFORE the camera key was pressed. Simply pick your favourites and delete the others.
But the Sony Ericsson K800i isn't just a remarkable camera. It's a 3G handset, offering video calling, web browsing, email and RSS internet news feeds. It's a music player as well, with an expandable memory if you need extra storage space for your favourite tunes. In addition you'll discover 3D games, an FM radio and a range of organiser features, plus Bluetooth and infrared connectivity. Leave your digital camera at home and take the Sony Ericsson K800i instead!