Monthly Archive: July 2012

LG Optimus Vu Review

LG Optimus Vu Review

For: Big Bright Screen, Nice HD-IPS Display, Wonderful Camera, Spacious Keyboard for TypingAgainst: Bit Clunky to use, Still runs on Gingerbread, Stylus Integration, Stylus cant be showedThe LG Optimus Vu is a halfway between a phone and a tablet, as like Samsungs Galaxy Note phablet got some unexpected popularity in the markets. The device is priced at $866 (unlocked). It should go without saying: this 5-inch not a smartphone, not yet a tablet.

Nintendo 3DS XL Review

Nintendo 3DS XL Review

For: Big Screen, improved 3D, improved layout to hold and useAgainst: Lacks Digital content, low resolution screen, disappointing battery life, only one circle padIts a bigger version with large screens, some of whom struggled to see playing on smaller screen in handhelds or grip the handheld for longer period while playing; the 3DS XL is attractive to lot of audience. The device is priced at 180. Is bigger only enough? Can it find a place on the heart of game-playing masses? Read the review.

MSI GT60 And GT70 Gaming Laptops Available Now From $1,899

MSI GT60 And GT70 Gaming Laptops Available Now From $1,899

MSI introduced the new gaming laptops GT60 and GT70 notebooks in March, and had already received an upgrade to NVIDIAs GeForce GTX 675M GPU. Now both the laptops are taking a step up to the GeForce GTX680M, NVIDIAs latest GPU, with 4GB dedicated memory. The 16-inch GT60 and the 17-inch GT 70 are available in US today for $1,899 and $2,599 respectively. The specs remain the same aside from GPU; both the models comes standard with an Intel Core i7-3610QM CPU, 1,920*1,080 display, HDMI Port, a killer E2200 LAN card, and 3 USB 3.0 ports. For more details read the press release.

Dorbo 5D And Dorbo Mini Storage Devices Now Up On Pre-Order

Dorbo 5D And Dorbo Mini Storage Devices Now Up On Pre-Order

The Thunderbolt-equipped Dorbo 5D and Dorbo Mini storage devices are now up for pre-order. The former BYOD desktop solution with a pair of Thunderbolt ports and a lone USB 3.0 connector; just brings up to five 3.5-inch Hard disk drives, as your RAID adventures are cleared to begin. The bantam option that provides the power and flexibility of the 5D, but in a miniaturized package that works with the 2.5-inch drives that find themselves within laptops. The Dorbo 5D is priced at $849, and the Dorbo Mini priced at $649. For more details read the press release.

NAO Humanoid Climbs Spiral Staircase

NAO Humanoid Climbs Spiral Staircase

Researchers from University of Freiburgs Humanoids Robots Laboratory Have demonstrated a NAO humanoid capable of climbing spiral staircases, which are more challenging to scale than their non-curving counterparts. A laser range scanner on the top of the robots head provides a global estimation of the bots position, the humanoid uses a 3D model of staircase to match up with the images it captures on each step. This system lets it get a grip on its geography to successfully detect stair edges and make it to the top with nary a trip. The humanoid robot can accurately locate itself towards the stairs and climb them reliably. Dont forget to look at the video.

Acer Aspire S5 Review

Acer Aspire S5 Review

For: Extremely Thin and Light Design, TouchPad is Nice, Quick Solid State Drives, ThunderBolt PortAgainst: Battery Life, Low Resolution Screen, Annoying Connectivity Port, Cramp Keyboard without Backlit, OverpricedAcer claims that the Aspire S5 is the worlds thinnest Ultrabook. The S5 is the one with a motorized port cover. The Ultrabook is priced $1,399.

Samsung Series 7 Gamer Review

Samsung Series 7 Gamer Review

For: Gorgeous Display, Blazing Processor and GraphicsAgainst: Audio Quality, Webcam, BloatwareSamsungs Series 7 Gamer is one of the new line of laptops like Alienware, it packs high-end components, comes in $1,899 configuration. It weighs 8.39 pounds and packing lot of power. It features a quad-core Core i7-3610QM Processor (with 3.3GHz Turbo Boost), 16GB DDR3 RAM, NVidia GeForce GTX 675M graphics, 1.5TB HDD 7,200RPM with ExpressCache, a Blu-Ray Drive, and a 1,920*1,080 pixel resolution with 17-inch display. Does the Samsung Series 7 Gamer Laptop fit the profile of Gaming laptops?

Stop A Farmer On Pets Live

Stop A Farmer On Pets Live

Pets live is a game for the iPhone and iPod touch. The company that makes the game is STORM8. They have also made iMobsters and others. In Pets Live a farmer is a person or a group of people who battle someone constantly. Farmers can be a pain. They take your money etc. They can really set you back. You can stop a farmer on Pets Live, follow the simple steps below.

Use Chomp

Use Chomp

Chomp is a mobile application search engine that uses proprietary algorithms to allow you to discover new apps based on keywords and categories. The service is available as a browser based service via Chomp.com, as well as through applications for Apples iPhone and devices running Googles Android operating system. You can use the Chomp service, follow the simple steps below.

Use Bump For iPhone

Use Bump For iPhone

Bump is a mobile application available for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Android-based devices. The app allows you to share content including photos, music, contacts, apps, calendars, and social network info by simply bumping your device with another device running the app. You can use the Bump app for iOS devices, follow the simple steps below.

Use Bump For Android

Use Bump For Android

Bump is an app for mobile devices including the Apple iOS and the Google Android Operating Systems. The app allows users to share content from their device via 3G or WiFi by simply tapping it against another device also running the Bump app. You can use the Bump app for Android devices, follow the simple steps below