Well, you have the camera, the trendy little laptop, and the giant LCD TV--everything you need to throw a party. Now it's time for you to invite people to that party, using your Nokia E63 smartphone. The E63, which made its way to the United States in February, is a lower-end version of the Nokia E71 smartphone. It features a plastic chassis in blue, a 320-by-240-pixel QVGA display, a microSD slot, and a full QWERTY keyboard. Nokia says that its battery will give you 11 hours of talk time, but in PC World Test Center evaluations it lasted about 4 hours, 48 minutes. At $250, the Nokia E63 is already decently priced for an unlocked smartphone, but at Dell's Web site you can now have it for just $180, after $70 in instant savings.