Monthly Archive: November 2011

Sony Reader WiFi Review

Sony Reader WiFi Review

For: Light weight, Solid build, comfortable to hold one-handed, excellent screen for reading and touch functions, easy to access public library, Internet, and Google books content, Multimedia features, pinch to zoom touchscreen.Against: Full screen refresh on every page turn, Costly compared to 3G models and future competition.Sony is still fighting the good fight in e-ink powered e-book readers, and its latest model is, the Sony Reader WiFi PRS-T1 looks like a gem. Amazon is the clear leader in the space with fourth generation Kindle and the Kindle Touch. But the PRS-T1 certainly takes some steps in that direction, both in terms of pricing and features. Is it enough? Find out in the review.

Top Ubuntu Unity Quicklists

Top Ubuntu Unity Quicklists

One of the highlights of the Unity UI is the launcher that sits on the left side of the Unity Desktop. This allows users to access favorite apps

Samsung Galaxy S II (S2) Review

Samsung Galaxy S II (S2) Review

For: Good Design, Clear Screen, Solid Camera, and Great Performance while surfing.Against: Shorter battery life.Finally the Samsung Galaxy S II is on our hands, its fast, thin, light, and the screen is enormous and it never failed to impress us. We can call it as a One of the best Android smartphone yet. Samsung clearly wanted to concentrate somewhere else and the only thing that would make a company divert its attention from its most successful smartphone ever, would be its successor. It runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, its equipped with an 8 MP camera, and can record videos in 1080p Full HD, another 2 MP camera in the front for video calls and self-portraits.

Amazon Kindle 2011 Review

Amazon Kindle 2011 Review

For: Pocket sized, Fast processor, Cheap, Improved build quality.Against: No touchscreen, No memory card slot, Lacks MP3 Playback, Not ideal for one-handed reading.The new tablet makes the change for the companys Kindle line up, the company made a surprise move, offers a new device that will bear the Readers name. The fourth generation Amazon Kindle is least expensive, lightest, and easiest to use the reader we have ever tested. It is a cheap one $109 for standard version and $79 for the ad-supported. So is the new Kindle worthy of name that has become synonymous with e-readers? Find it out on our review.

With two holes in the belly of the iPads for Halloween

With two holes in the belly of the iPads for Halloween

Halloween is even more popular in Europe, but still remain the most crazy ideas for costumes for the time being in America. There, young people have a shirt that is two iPads Sun tinkered turn, it would look like him As though someone in the belly shot a hole would have. The whole thing is a Face Time Chat on Wireless and of course have to allow iPad 2 are used.

FujiFilm FinePix REAL 3D Glasses-Free 3D V3 Is The First Picture Frame

FujiFilm FinePix REAL 3D Glasses-Free 3D V3 Is The First Picture Frame

FujiFilm has introduced an exciting new product that should be of particular interest for the use of 3D smartphones, cameras and camcorders. The FujiFilm FinePix REAL 3D V3 represent one of the first frames of the glasses-less 3D. It has a 7.2 inch screen, a resolution of 800 600 pixel display is active, but with wonderful handle material of 10,000 10,000 pixels.

Hands on HTC Explorer (Video)

Hands on HTC Explorer (Video)

HTC is mainly due to the wide range of smartphones and its beautiful quarter figures, which have once again recorded an 80 percent increase. After the HTC Wildfire S entry phone, now comes the HTC Explorer on the market soon with a similar design, but replaceable rear. The unique difference is the lack of flash to only 3MP camera and a lack of radio. Therefore, you pay less or equal to 20 and get the Explorer for 200 instead of 220 RRP as the brother. Hands On is a short video with the still slightly unfinished product.