Monday, August 30, 2010

90 and 30 Series Monitors with HDTV Tuners


Samsung grabs the headlines yet again with 90 and 30 Series Monitors which will come equipped with HDTV Tuners, letting viewers switch between work and play easily, boasting enhanced picture quality without taking up additional space in your living room/work area. Both the 30 and 90 series monitors can function as a small TV if you happen to live in an apartment, but it will not compromise in terms of quality since it can deliver full HD resolution while boasting Picture in Picture (PiP) for multi-tasking users to use their computer for work while watching the latest news reports in a corner of the display without the need for another monitor or coughing up extra for more connections.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Dell Vostro 430 mini

Running on the latest Intel Core i5 or optional Intel Core i7 processors, you will find the discrete graphics options that hail from NVIDIA and ATI to be equally capable of walking in tandem with your growing businesses as a reliable and powerful business desktop. It can also hold up to 16GB RAM and 1TB of internal storage space, making sure you are not left behind in the upgrade race when the situation calls for it.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Nokia 6350

The Nokia 6350 will feature a smooth back design that offers a soft feel throughout for a touch of simple sophistication. You will find dedicated music playback keys on the outside, making it a snap to activate whenever you want to jive to your favorite tunes. In addition, other customary features available on handsets these days include a 2-megapixel camera, a brwoser, email support and up to 4 hours of talktime on a full battery charge.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Video Camera Pen

This pen records both audio and color video from up to 50 feet away and writing just like a regular ball-point, the Video Camera Pen can capture up to 2.5 hours of 640 x 480 video - which is stored on the pen’s 4GB memory.

This video can then be retrieved by attaching to your computer via usb .. .

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Speaker

The Indoor Outdoor Wireless Speaker comes in two main parts. The first is a transmitter that hooks up to your laptop or MP3 Player via headphone jack. This transmitter beams the sound to the stereo speaker (that you see in the photo) for a range of 160 feet.

The speaker plays the “rich, full-range sound” that it advertises. There is a volume control on top of the speaker, so the user doesn’t have to go to the transmitter to turn it up or down.

It has a weather-resistant finish for when the speaker goes outside. That finish is probably good enough for a few splashes or some light rain.

As for the dock itself, it seems to be made for an iPod or iPhone. I’m not certain why this dock is only AC powered, but the speaker can run off on 4 D batteries or AC power.

Sony PSP Go

Want to get hold of the latest offering from Sony? It will be one with a gaming slant this time round – the new Sony PSP Go, also known by its model number PSP-N1000. Out in North America a few months after it debuted in Japan, the $249.99 handheld console will target consumers who want to bring their entertainment along with them wherever they go. Currently, there are 16,000 pieces of digital content available for PSP owners to purchase/download over the PlayStation Network, ranging from games to popular TV shows, and this number looks set to grow by leaps and bounds so that the UMD-less PSP Go will have a greater chance of survival.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Dell Latitude Z unveiled

You will find the following features in the Dell Latitude Z :-

  • Lean tapered design and soft-touch Black Cherry finish
  • Wireless docking and inductive charging
  • Dell EdgeTouch
  • Spacious multi-touch touchpad and silky-touch backlit keyboard
  • High-definition (1600×900) WLED display
  • Two megapixel camera featuring Dell Capture technology
  • Dell FaceAware Lock-Out
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity

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