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Reviewing the Kodak Playsport Video Camera

November 10, 2010 |

The new Kodak Playsport video camera is one rugged and highly durable camera. A pocket sized video camera that makes a great companion when you want to go adventuring. It has been designed with consumers whose lifestyles can best be described as active. You can shoot underwater with the simple touch of a button and you can capture 1080p high definition video.

Customers who are looking for a waterproof camera cannot go wrong with their choice of the Kodak Playsport. It is waterproofed upto 10 feet depth with integrated software, USB cable ports, electronic image stabilization and Imaging Science that provides videos with crisp detail and vibrant color. What is noteworthy is that the camera produces reduced blurring.

Kodak Playsport combines the superior features of a high definition digital video camera with a very durable, waterproof casing. It really is an adventurer’s camera and performs well in wet weather conditions. Some of the feature … Read More

Tips for Buying High-Definition Video Camcorders

October 27, 2010 |

We live in an age that is fast becoming digitalized on every side. The latest home video offering is the digital high definition video camcorders. In the 1960s and 70s we had video camera that were in use for television. These big, bulky objects recorded on analog tapes and needed to be carefully handled.

Consumer camcorders put in an appearance in the 1980s with the analog format continuing well into the 90s. As the camcorder developed, it became smaller and soon home video production was affordable for the average consumer.

The high definition cameras we have today are very compact and provide the best possible picture quality. The concept no doubt remains the same, to capture and focus light into the camera. As consumers grow more discerning in their choices, the demand for higher performance quality soon resulted in digital definition video camcorders to meet consumer requirements.

Now it’s time to go shopping for … Read More

The Key Features of the Panasonic GS400 Video Camera

October 22, 2010 |

The Panasonic GS400 or the Panasonic PV-GS400 as it was also known as, was released by Panasonic in 2004. This digital video camera featured 3CCD technology, 4 megapixel capabilities for still images and a Leica Dicomar lens. The camera features a smart design and the manual controls a pleasure to use.  It also offers 3 chip imagery, optical zoom and a big LCD among other features.

There’s a reason why the Panasonic GS400 is considered a highly advanced consumer camera. This has to do with the features and functions of the camera itself. It has a 12x optical zoom complete with optical stabilizer, LCD screen measuring 3.5 inches, manual control for most every function, 3 chip capture capability and more.

Despite all of the above mentioned assets, the camera is still considered a consumer camcorder – Why? The reason may lie in the fact that even though the camera features 3 chip capture, the … Read More

The HP TouchSmart 600 All-In-One PC – A Review

October 9, 2010 |

The HP TouchSmart 600 is a good example of the benefits of taking an early chance on technology that hasn’t yet been proven. Now that Windows 7 has inspired most vendors of major desktops toward multitouch, years of feedback in the real market gives HP a major advantage in refining its TouchSmart 600. While the result isn’t perfect, so far it’s the best all-in-one implementation of touch input. Even without touch capability, the TouchSmart 600 matches Sony devices in standalone home entertainment by incorporating all the great features of Sony’s Vaio LV line. Maybe not everyone will go for this 23.5-inch all-in-one at $1,599, but those who do will enjoy a feature-rich, innovative all-in-one.

Externally, there doesn’t seem to be much difference from the TouchSmart IQ816, HP’s previous all-in-one. The exterior of glossy black plastic is the same. It may not match up to the iMac’s trendy design, but it’s at least as attractive … Read More

Ten Most Exciting Games You Can Play on the iPad

May 27, 2010 |

Among gamers, the release of the Apple iPad was perhaps met with confused expectations. Here was a portable device which many people consider, just an oversized and turbocharged version of the iPod Touch. And the iPhone OS over the years has been inundated by a plethora of games at varying levels of quality, they all cater to a compact touchscreen device. Could the additional horsepower of the iPad’s A4 1GHz processor and larger screen size give rise to a new breed of video games. While we could never be sure, game developers seemed highly enthusiastic about the gadget and within merely a month of its release we’ve seen a number of very impressive games for iPad surfacing. Here is the top ten list of the most exciting games you can play on the iPad.

Real Racing HD It was released originally on the iPhone OS by Firemint Studios, a stunning racing game that … Read More

Can HP Slate Beat the iPad?

May 3, 2010 |

HP has firmed up a plan to launch its newest mobile device, the Slate, sometime in June 2010 and had launched videos that aim to disclose the Slate’s advantages over Apple’s iPad. HP is quite confident that although Slate isn’t a pioneer in this field, a full two months after the iPad’s launch, its product will provide better value and features.

Currently, Apple is hard-pressed to meet the high demand in US market. Such is the hysteria for the tablet that Apple has postponed the international launch until the production line can keep up. Sure there are some good reasons behind this craze as Apple is presently the only one offering a true tablet computer experience (No, your bulky Windows tablet doesn’t count!). The iPad boasts features that shape the new and dynamic field in computer world, it has smooth e-book support, better integration with the Apple’s app store and so much more. With a … Read More