Samsung I7500 Review

Jun 14, 2009

The Samsung I7500 gets reviewed by CNET Asia. The Samsung Galaxy I7500 is the first Samsung phone running Android OS. It features 3.2-inch touch-sensitive AMOLED screen with a resolution of 320×480 pixels, 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, 8GB internal memory and microSDHC card slot.

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Multiplicity of features, size and style play a splendid role in attracting and captivating the users, and one step ahead, if any latest gadget offer an additional unique facility the users appear happily prepared to buy it soonest, to enjoy their life at their best.

This is exclusively true in the case of HP’s redesigned Pavilion DV3T notebook, which is a finer blend of notebook plus mobile including many other multifaceted capabilities – thereby making it unique, among all other latest notebooks.

This resplendently redesigned notebook offers finer changes in it than its past series, being HP’s lightest Intel notebook. Its weight is merely 4.9 pounds and has 13.3” display.

This latest series of notebook – supports a 2.66 GHz Core 2 Duo. Also it has options for 8GB of RAM and devoted GeForce 105M G video. The usability of notebook is up to 4.25 hours (with wireless off) on the stock battery and up to 7 hours on an expanded 9-cell set.

Needless to wait any more, go ahead, get one DV3T notebook, very sooner you will agree with me and initiate contacting with your intimate friends, relatives or business associates. In addition, you will also feel delighted for its amusing, entertainment feature that supports its best Windows Vista with Service Pack 1.

Mainly these notebooks support Windows Vista Home Premium2 that also contains Windows Aero, Windows Media Center, and quick search.

Technical Specifications:
• Finish type: espresso black or optional moonlight white imprint
• Screen size: 13.3″ (diagonal) with vibrant color
• Energy-efficient technology: Yes
• Intel mobile technology: Yes
• Wireless connectivity1: Yes
• Time: 4.25 hours battery life {6-cell battery)
• Standard wireless-G, Optional Wireless-N, Bluetooth1, 5: Yes
• Full-size keyboard and touchpad: Yes
• Built-in HP ProtectSmart Hard Drive Protection; Yes
• 8GB system memory: Yes
• High-speed video: Yes
• CD/DVD writer and optional Blu-ray optical drive7: Yes
• Built-in VGA webcam and digital microphone: Yes
• HP MediaSmart entertainment software: Yes
• SRS Premium sound plus Altec Lansing speakers; Yes
• HDMI 1.3b port: Yes
• Warranty8: one-year limited hardware and software
• Extended service plan with accidental damage protection: Yes


Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS1

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS1 is a remarkable boost in the camera gadgets, produced by Panasonic – is having bundles of finer features in it. What we say, ultimately you will agree with us, that its excellent image clearly is overshadowing, few of its snappish defects.

Basically we were not that much eager to have the Limux DMC-ZS1’s interface or design, and the capabilities were not as extensive as we were expecting for. Nonetheless, the Lumix DMC-ZS1’s 12x optical zoom and 25mm wide-angle lens compelled us to smile, especially at a time when, we weren’t obligated to constantly back away into oblivion so as to fit an entire building into the frame.

Image quality in bright light was some of the best we’ve seen from a compact in this class, yet we endeavored with exposure in low light. If one the Lumix DMC-ZS1’s Starry Sky Scene mode permitted us to adjust the shutter pace in minor increments like Canon’s Long shutter mode.

For most casual shooters, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS1 seems to be a nice fit, though we’d strongly propose researching a little bit more, on other gadgets to get a best survey of rate, to guess the model is worth its features or not. Its price is USD 300.

Despite its one counter element, that is, its poor playback mode, this latest camera has a great bright light image quality, easy to use menus, excellent zoom and wide-angle lens fusion.

The purchase of this gadget would not prove a huge deal, of the Mode dial was solid and secure, but this thing moved, in case we breathed on it too convincingly. Every time we opened the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS1 from our bag, the Mode dial was set to a diverse position, mostly times residing in the unexplored horizons.

So, all the times, we tried to shoot up an image, our shutter button finger brushed up against the model dial, hauling us right out of the moment. This occurred all day, and it was beyond niggling. Lumix type of gadgets of the past highlighted an embedded Mode dial that lived away from the shutter button, and we keenly suggest that Panasonic slipped back to the success of those designs.

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Verizon HP Mini 1151NR Netbook

Verizon Wireless’ has made a remarkable boost by bringing out their first netbook offering – the HP Mini 1151NR – is currently in the process of releasing it to the open houses. O folks, May 17 is the final launching day, so circle the date in your diary or calendar and wait ahead, until it is made public.

Surely, some people will start saying this isn’t a good commercial deal. It’s true—you’ll finish up spending between $960 and $1,440 over your 2-year contract period for data access.

To those people, we suggest buying a comparable netbook with an integrated data card ($450ish) or a comparable data-less netbook ($300ish) and a USB modem/data card off contract ($250 ish). Then pay $40 or $60 every month for data anyway.

Of course 1151NR is a stylish, capable netbook with a couple of standard features yet one problem with it is, trackpad buttons are poorly fixed. The Mini 1151NR has a keyboard that is nearly full-sized, with large keys and an extra wide layout that extends nearly to the ends of the device. That makes a big different on a small computer.

The trackpad is slightly troublesome, and the screen was a little short for our taste, but otherwise it’s a solid, well-designed machine. Verizon Wireless was also smart to add a Qualcomm Gobi chipset, which lets the netbook work on Verizon’s fast EV-DO Rev, a network at home or fast 3G HSDPA networks abroad.

Unluckily, linking to the network was a cause for pain, with some buggy, frustrating application needed to make the interlinking. Overall, Windows XP on a netbook kind of takes the fun out of it.

The HP Mini 1151NR was capable of performing any web-based task we could through at it, from streaming TV to Skype video calls to basic Web browsing, but the aging, working class OS didn’t add any excitement to this finer product category.

We would also like to see a larger HDD and maybe an extra 6 battery added in it. Finally, commercial users should take care and supervise data usage on the road, because Verizon Wireless’ limits are shallow. Price tag is USD 200.

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LOGITECH NOTEBOOK RISER N110 Indian: Price And specification

Many hour of computing on a laptop can lead to posture defects, stress injuries,and toast thighs. The N110 is an ergonomically designed riser that elevates your notebook display to enhance your typing posture and viewing position. Feature an adjustable tilt-with 20,30and 40-degree angles-the Notebook Riser N110 flips open and folds flat for easy setup, transport and storage.

Cost In India: Rs 1,595

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Nokia 6208 Indian: Price And Specification

Featuring a 2.4 inch 240X320 pixel touch screen operated by a stylus, the 6208 supports large fonts for browsing, and viewing pictures.
The phone is fitted with a 3.2 megapixel camera, and supports playback of MP3s and FM radio, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2Dp, supporting microSD cards up to 8GB.
The mobile boasts of a battery standby time of 12 days, and talktime of 4 hours.

Cost In India: Rs 13,259

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Sony Cybershot W270 digital camera

sony has launched its new 12.1 megapixel Cybershot DSC-W270 at the company's showroom in Tokyo. The gadget offers 5X optical zoom, records 720p HD videos, and is equipped with GPS to geo-tag all photos.
The device also boasts of a slew of on board picture editing features, including red eye correction, album and calender maker, favourite folders, and a face detection filter that sorts images by age group.
The digican will hit shelves in march.
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prabhu deva and nayanthara marriage ?

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rabhu deva nayanthara marriage - Cooked up Story ?

The shocking news of 'prabhu deva marriage' or 'nayantara marriage' has created waves in the movie industry. there was also roumers that
prabhu deva and nayanthara married on june 7th in a temle in hyderabad

Sensational queen 'nayantara ' was in Hyderabad for the launch of 'Hakim`s Alim Tatoo Store' and put a tatoo on her wrist with a letter 'P' in English and the rest in Tamil, which reads as 'prabhu deva marriage' which gave a way to the rumour.

prabhu deva andnayantara marriage news broke out ,nayanthara in anger made a clear statement that there is no need for her to hide her marriage and also said, that, she would be very happy, to inform her parents and the media about her marriage.

The media tried to reach 'prabhu deva `s' & ‘nayantara’ over phone to clarify regarding this news about
prabhu deva nayanthara marriage , but failed as their phones were not reachable, and then the media, cooked up the whole story of 'prabhu deva marriage & nayantara marriage`s marriage' which was in Gossip headlines.

Do you think 'nayantara ' is giving hidden signals for 'prabhu deva marriage' for future?

The choreographer, actor-turned-director Prabhu Deva is a married man with three children, and went through a harrowing time a few months back when he lost his eldest son. The buzz was that it was Nayan, who gave him strength to come out of his personal grief, which was compounded by the fact that his marriage with Ramlath, his one-time dance assistant, was on the rocks. all this attributes to
prabhu deva nayanthara marriage

Speaking to Media Nayanthara said: “Even I heard about my marriage. Isn’t that funny? I’m not even in Hyderabad right now. Everyone knows that I am a very open person and when I decide to get married, I will officially announce it to the media. I believe in the institution of marriage and when it happens, it will be with the blessing of my parents. I don’t need to do it secretly.”

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