Thursday, November 27, 2008


• Size: 102 x 51 x 18.05mm
• Weight: 165 g
• Connectivity: WCDMA / HSPA: 900/2100MHz. HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
• Operating system: Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
• Display: 2.8-inch VGA touch screen
• Camera: 3.2MP, with the second VGA camera for video calling
• Internal memory: 512 MB flash, 288 MB RAM
• Expansion Slot: microSD memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)
• Keyboard: Slide-out 5 row QWERTY keyboard
• Bluetooth: 2.0 with EDR
• Wireless: WiFi 802.11b/g
• Interface: HTC ExtUSB (11-pin mini-USB 2.0 audio jack & TV out in one)
• Battery: 1340 mAh
• Talk time: GSM: up to 8 hours
• Standby time: GSM: up to two-weeks
• Chipset: Qualcomm MSM 7201A 528MHz


Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Nokia India finally launched its competitor of the iPhone, the 5800 XpressMusic. The handset sports a 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen(coupled with proximity sensor and a accelerometer) that displays at a resolution of 320x640 pixels. The device comes equpped with a 3.15-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, and a secondary video call camera. For music afficionados, the 5800 XpressMusic offers a 3.5mm audio jack, and supports myriad music formats as well as stereo FM radio. Packaged with an 8GB microSD card, the gadget boasts of built GPS and A-GPs, 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB, Java, TV OUT and Nokia-specific services such as Maps and newly launched Music Store. The company will put it on shelves in january.



Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Intel recently launched its new core i7 processor which boasts of four processing cores on a single piece of silicon and automatically cuts down power usage when the chip os doing less. Each of the chip's four cores can handle two different 'threads' or processes at once. The new features translate into improved speed for calculation-intense operations such as video editing and games, while reducuingpowe or battery consumption


Friday, November 14, 2008

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communication launched its new Xperia X1 in New Delhi on 13th November. The device features a 3-inch touchscreen TFT, along with a slide out full qwerty keyboard. Running on windows Mobile 6.1 and touting a proprietary multi-panel interface, the 3G habdset is equpped with a 3.15-megapixel camera, secondary video call camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM Radio, built in GPS and A-GPS, Pocket Office, and 400 MB of internal memory that can be expanded via microSD card.
Price: RS 44,500


BenQ's latest notebook, the Joybook R45, sports a 14.1 inch widescreen LCD with a native resolution of 1280X800 pixels. The device is equipped with a 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 512MB RAM that can be expanded up to 4GB 12-250GB hard disk, DVD writer, and an nvidia Geforce 8400M video card. Along with twin 1.5W speakers, the device also boasts of a 2-megapixel Webcam, 4-in-1 memory card reader, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a 6-cell battery.

For more detail:CLICK HERE
Cost: RS47,000


Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Intex technologies recently launched an entry level phone for multimedia users, the IN 4444, sporting a 2 inch TFT screen, the handset boasts, of a 1.3 megapixel camera with 5X digital zoom. Other features include support for FM radio, 3G, Bluetooth, and also up to 2GB of expandable memory via T-Flash.
For details on phone visit:CLICKE HERE
Cost: Rs 4,999

Nikon D80 Review

Two and a half years ago Nikon announced the six megapixel D70, their first affordable enthusiasts digital SLR, it proved to be a very popular camera and strong competitor to the Canon EOS 300D (Digital Rebel). Just fifteen months later Nikon revealed the D70s which was essentially the same camera with a some subtle tweaks (improved AF, wider flash coverage, higher capacity battery, larger LCD monitor). And so just over fifteen months on from the D70s Nikon present the latest incarnation of their 'enthusiasts' digital SLR line, the ten megapixel D80.
The D80 slots nicely between the entry-level D50 and the semi-professional / professional D200, clearly based on the D70 design but also different enough to be seen as a completely new model. It features a ten megapixel DX format CCD (the same we presume as used by Sony in the DSLR-A100), the metering sensor from the D50 and numerous other items taken or modified from the D200.

UPDATE 18/Dec/06: In our original review a mistake was made in the measurement of the ISO sensitivity of the Canon EOS 400D as used for comparison, this has now been corrected and the releveant pages of this review updated.

Key features
10.2 megapixel DX format CCD (1.5x FOV crop)
Image processing engine (similar to D200 / D2X)
3D Color Matrix Metering II, 420 pixel sensor (same as D50)
11-area AF system (new version of Multi-CAM 1000, similar to D200)
Custom Auto ISO (selectable maximum ISO, minimum shutter speed)
Configurable high ISO and long exposure noise reduction
Mechanical only shutter (maximum 1/4000 sec, flash sync to 1/200 sec)
Quoted 80 ms shutter lag (short viewfinder blackout; 160 ms)
Larger, brighter pentaprism viewfinder (x0.94 magnification)
Support for SD-HC (SD cards over 2 GB in capacity)
In-camera retouching
D-Lighting (shadow / highlight enhancement)
Red-eye reduction
Filter effects
Small picture
Image overlay
Compact body (smaller, lighter than D70/D70s)
Improved menu user interface (same as D200)
Higher capacity EN-EL3e battery (provides detailed information, same as D200)
Wireless flash integration (same as D200)

Panasonic 103 inch PDP Widescreen - $70,000

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Panasonic 103″ PDP offers a 16-bit widescreen progressive display featuring full HD (1,920 x 1,080) resolution, a contrast ratio of 5,000:1, and 4,096 equivalent steps of colour gradation. The 2 Mega Pixel resolution is comparable in size to four 50″ Panasonic plasma displays.

New image-enhancing technologies reproduce crisp, film-like motion images at 1920 x 1080 pixels. The Real Black Creation color-enhancing feature produces high-contrast and rich, deep blacks. A Contrast Management system that optimizes the contrast for each individual portion of the image displayed and a high-precision Motion Pattern Noise Reduction circuit adjusts the image to optimize picture quality by detecting motion patterns that generate noise.

Luvaglio’s First Luxury Notebook - $1,000,000

-based bespoke luxury goods Game-Guide-Polo creator Luvaglio has created the first million dollar laptop. It incorporates a 17″ widescreen LED backlit screen, 128GB SSD and a slot loading Blue-Ray drive. A very rare coloured diamond piece of jewellery doubles up as the power button when placed into the laptop and also acts as security identification.

Luvaglio’s initial clients will be chosen for selection as they have already established trust with them. Clients will be able to design their own laptop by visiting Luvaglio’s showrooms at two or three well known upmarket stores, whereby their selection of materials, finishes and accessories will be available to view and a choice selected.


Sunday, November 2, 2008

Formula 1 fans of the vodafone McLaren Mercedes team might be interested in Aigo's U disk MP4-22. The 2GB USB drive is enclosed in an F1-inspired body design; complete with the team name emblazoned on its exterior. And its sliding mechanism ensured that the drive is well protected when not in use.
Retail at : Rs 2,100
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