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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Sony VAIO VPC-L231FXW

November 28, 2011 |

The Sony VAIO VPC-L231FX/W is a great all-in-one desktop. Apple all-in-one computers are no match for the video-editing powers of this device. At $1000, any multimedia enthusiast will surely be satisfied with this great desktop.

The VPC-L231FX/W has a two-pronged stand and seamless glass which is also evident on the VPC-L222FX/B. This stand is connected to the screen thru a single hinge. When in use, the device is fairly sturdy considering that there are tons of high-end components located inside the screen.

The VPC-L231FX/W is built with an Intel Core i3 processor inside it. This gives power tantamount to four cores working simultaneously. In reality, it is just two cores that perform multi-threading and multi-processing.

A good thing about this system is its wireless connectivity. By eliminating wires, people are able to work more freely. There is also less confusion when setting up the device. The keyboard and mouse are both wireless and utilize Bluetooth … Read More

Toshiba Laptops

November 25, 2011 |

The Toshiba brand started with high quality designs and production systems. Toshiba used the latest technologist to make their laptops. It has the super slim laptops that can suit everyone and it can fulfil the needs of everyone. If someone wants to buy a stylish, super slim, innovative laptop computer he can buy Toshiba laptop without any hesitation. It is very popular because of its work horse, to do the works from first to last properly. When size and wait is a great matter, Toshiba laptops can be can be considered for purchae. For this someone have to buy Toshiba small , thin and light models. With the real sound and exceptional graphic performance Toshiba laptop is always ready to fulfil the needs of the customers. This laptop serves an ultimate portable gaming and multimedia experience.

If someone is looking for an ultra portable business laptop then they can find the Toshiba portage R700. It … Read More

The Motorola PHOTON 4G

November 21, 2011 |

The Motorola Photon 4G is sprint’s first 4 G handset and it’s the first high end device set to launch on Sprint’s network in a very long time. The features of the Photon 4G are 1GHz dual – core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 4.3 inch qHD display, with an 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a front  facing camera, 16 GB of built in storage plus global – roam and 4G connectivity. The question many people have been asking is this Sprint’s best smartphone?

The Photon 4G has an extremely neat design identity. The Photon 4G doesn’t have the normal round corners like so many other smartphones have, but it has the angled edges that give it a more neat and cool look than the other smartphones. Motorola didn’t go cheap with this phone with the grooved texture on the volume buttons and the camera buttons on the … Read More

The Possibilities of Internet TV With Live Streaming

November 17, 2011 |

Internet TV has to be one of the biggest, certainly the most innovative, products to hit the technology market in recent times. Internet TV is transforming the whole landscape of TV and media consumption, with traditional television suppliers and stations struggling to catch up. Rights, advertising, territories – it’s all going out of the window.

Here in the UK we’ve already had a high profile case of modern technology versus the established way of consuming technology. Certain very high profile sports coverage has been called into question after its providers attempted to ban people from finding the content through other avenues – a ban that has been deep sixed by the courts, opening the floodgates for a wave of uncertainty about legislation and territorial ownership.

For the consumer, of course, the internet TV with live streaming you get on plans like Comcast internet plans (which combine TV, phone, and net streaming together) represents a cornucopia … Read More

Vizio XVT3D650SV

November 17, 2011 |

Every good review needs to open with the bottom line. The 65-inch LCD 3D HDTV Vizio XVT3D650SV is great machine. It delivers high quality, a plethora of useful features, and a substantial offering of inputs.

At $3,699.99, the XVT3D650SV might not be the cheapest option, but its loads of features justify its otherwise skeptical cost. The screen is a glossy black that doubles as a mirror when the images aren’t streaming. The body is 2.3 inches thick, and the additional 2-inch border around the screen is a flat black. A wide speaker occupies the bottom border, and that omnipresent Vizio circular logo is backlit when switched on, just like all Vizio models.

It might not be super-thin, but it’s small. The 26-inch stand is oval-shaped, and somewhat wobbly, despite the fact that it cannot be rotated. You might prefer mounting it on a spacious wall. Make sure you have help lifting the 93-pound monster.

The … Read More

Top 5 Android Apps to Put You on the Path to Better Health

November 9, 2011 |

Whether you are looking to lose weight, tone up or just make healthier choices, the Android market offers a myriad of apps that will revolutionize the way you grocery shop, whether you want to use hypnotherapy to lose weight and/or stay fit, there is an app for you. Here we take a look at 5 of the very best Android apps that can help improve your health.

Fooducate Nutrition Scanner by Fooducate, Ltd. Fooducate is an ingenious app that will change the way you shop. If you lack the time, patience or nutrition degree to decode nutritional fact labels and ingredient lists but wish to make healthy, informed decisions about the food you buy, this app is a must-have. Fooducate’s database contains 200,000+ unique UPC’s. Simply scan your item to see product highlights. You’ll be alerted to misleading claims on the packaging, concerning ingredients, positive attributes, calories per serving, FoodPoints value, etc… Each item also … Read More

An In depth Review For Sony 3D TV

November 7, 2011 |

Sony 3D TV leads the way in all the 3 dimensional TV. Sony creates gadgets and devices that allow the product to be 3D friendly at home. The latest 3D Bravia Television can get with the whole set of HD 3D television that adds a transmitter with a pair of glasses. The Edge LED Backlit LCD has different screen sizes like the 60 inches that can delivers a perfect quality pictures. Sony products lead its way in terms of 3D television that can work the same as the regular television that allows any viewing in conventional. The best of the 3 dimensional Sony reviews can documents a reality undercover story.

The undercover documentary covers the school of fish that swims in the ocean right in front of you with its actual dimension. Sony gone so far in the 3 dimensional televisions compared to creating a compatible television. With the mastery of many aspects of … Read More

History of EBooks

November 6, 2011 |

An EBook or digital book is a book published in digital form, comprising of text, pictures or both and is readable on electronic devices. These electronic devices are E-readers; however, few mobile phones and personal computers are also used for this purpose. Today, many tempted to think digital books are a recent technological advancement and hold no history; though it’s not true, E-books hold a long heritage. History of EBooks is as follows:

Michael S. Hart was the first man who digitized first e-book “United States Declaration of Independence” in 1974, by working at Xerox Sigma V mainframe computer at the University of Illinois. His idea behind creating e-book was that computers are not only created for computing, but for storage, retrieval and searching of published material.

Afterwards, project Guttenberg was launched to develop more electronic books. Today, Project Gutenberg houses 20,000 free texts and around 100,000 books within their libraries and about 3,000,000 books … Read More

RIM Blackberry PlayBook

November 5, 2011 |

Research In Motion brought us the Blackberry, which was a revolutionary device in its heyday. With increased competition in hand-held communications devices, RIM has had to adapt. Its latest is the PlayBook, which is a good entry, even though it has some defects which need to be addressed.

The RIM Blackberry PlayBook tablet works like a charm in all the right ways, for the most part. The 14.4 ounce device measures 5.1×7.6×0.4 inches. Its sleek black frame is glossy and futuristic-looking. However, users might still be waiting for a company to take a leap of faith with design ideas.

The screen measures 7 inches, and sports a resolution of 1.024×600. Although with a smaller screen than its competitors, the PlayBook’s seems to give it a crisper look. Indeed, the interface is something RIM should be proud of.

First, though, some defaults should be reviewed. One of the first things users who care might notice is … Read More