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Amazon unveils Kindle 2
Feb 09, 2009 - 6:38 PM - by Nikos Kartalis

After a long period of speculations and rumors Amazon finally unveiled officially their updated version of Kindle.

Kindle 2 comes with many updates over its original version.
Is as thin as .36 inches, come with "Read to me" feature, an ability which Kindle reads the books loudly for you, 25% longer battery life and 20% faster page turns.

Amazon will offer the Kindle 2 for $359.00 and is available for pre-order now.




... [Read More]
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Memorex introduced new and stylish Digital Photo Frames
Apr 09, 2008 - 6:16 PM - by Nikos Kartalis
Just in time for Mother's Day, Memorex introduced two newm stylish digital photo frames.

Memorex said both Memorex Special Occasions MDF0712-C and B]Memorex Floral[/b] MDF0722-WLDB digital photo frames will be available from K-Mart at May for $89.99.

Digital picture frames are becoming so popular in the home and as gift items,” said Carla Pihowich, Memorex brand manager, Imation Corp. “Memorex has designed these frames to be a cut above the ordinary design, with feminine graphics that will delight the mom in everyone’s life. As an added treat for Mother’s Day, try preloading a frame with family photos before wrapping it up as a gift.”


Visit | Memorex
News Sourece | ... [Read More]
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Sony HDR-SR12 Camcorder Review
Mar 31, 2008 - 10:02 PM - by Nikos Kartalis

The Sony HDR-SR12 is the company’s third generation AVCHD camcorder recording to hard disk drive (HDD). The SR12 features a new CMOS sensor and DSP touted by Sony to be the best yet, along with a huge 120GB capacity. It is joined by the HDR-SR11, an identical camcorder with a smaller 60GB HDD. In previous iterations, all AVCHD camcorders have failed to live up to performance expectations, but 2008 seems to be the year it’s turning around. The Canon HF10 gave outstanding performance and sharpness. The Panasonic HDC-SD9, while not as good as the Canon, exceeded the performance of its predecessors. So how did the Sony HDR-SR12 hold up to the competition? In a word… strongly. This is undoubtedly the sensor/processor package to own if you’re a Sony fan. The low light performance is excellent – far superior in noise reduction to the Sony HDR-HC9, its HDV... [Read More]
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10.1 Megapixels Sony Cybershot T300 Reviewed
Mar 26, 2008 - 4:18 PM - by Nikos Kartalis

The Cybershot DSC-T300 is the second generation of touch-screen ultra compacts from electronics colossus Sony. Because it is built around a very small 1/2.3" sensor, Sony has been able to cram a 5x zoom into the slimline body without it ever having occasion to protrude. It's also packed full of the latest special modes and functions, including 'smile shutter,' that only takes a photo once your subject is smiling. The real stand-out feature of this camera is the huge, 16:9 aspect ratio touch screen that covers the entire reverse of the body. So is this beginning of the revolution that will free us from the the hegemony of the four-way controller, or is there a good reason that most cameras are covered in buttons?


Full review | ... [Read More]
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iPod touch update for $20
Jan 16, 2008 - 4:39 PM - by Nikos Kartalis

Along with the iPhone software update, Apple updated iPod touch, a software upgrade is now available adding five more "iPhone like" mobile applications. After the update you will get Mail, Maps, Stocks, Weather and Notes applications. The iPod touch software upgrade also includes new features such as Web Clips, a customizable home screen and beginning today, the ability to watch iTunes Movie Rentals.

New iPod touch products shipping from the factory will include the software upgrade and existing iPod touch customers can get the software... [Read More]
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Blu-Ray Movies surpass 1 million units in Europe
Dec 11, 2007 - 1:45 AM - by Nikos Kartalis

The success continues for the Blu-Ray with these latest news to be another hit to the HD-DVD camp.

Blu-ray Disc Association announced that the millionth Blu-Ray movie just sold in Europe making the Blu-Ray disk the leading next generation HD format in the continent along with the rest of the world.

Blu-ray Disc movie sales experienced their highest weekly sales since the inception of the format, in week 44, topping 66,000 units.

Blu-Ray disk became the first HD Movie format that surpass 1 Million units, with Blu-ray Disc's sales lead over the rival HD DVD format especially since the PS3’s released last March, outselling HD DVD by 2:1 and 3:1 since the launch of the PS3.

The best selling Blu-Ray movie title today is Warner Brother's 300.

“Blu-ray will inevitably prevail because Blu-ray... [Read More]
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Sony Cyber-Shot T2 with 4GB internal Memory
Oct 24, 2007 - 2:41 AM - by Nikos Kartalis


Sony announced today the 8.1 MegaPixels Cyber-Shot T2 digital camera.

T2 has a large 4GB internal memory with Album function, a 2.7 inch touchscreen LCD, Sharemark technology and Picture Motion Browser Portable software for easy blogging and web uploads, it supports Full HD output and PhotoTV HD display mode and Double Anti-Blur with Super SteadyShot optical image stabilisation and high sensitivity (ISO 3200).

It's going to come in five different colors starting next month.



Visit | Sony T2 UK website
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Sony launches two-channel PC speaker systems
Oct 16, 2007 - 5:24 PM - by Nikos Kartalis

Sony today announced the extension of its PC speaker range with the introduction of five 2.0 PC speaker systems. The lifestyle-orientated products launch as Sony looks to expand its IT peripherals offering and further increase its share of the PC speaker market within the next year. The products include two mid-range desktop PC speakers (SRS-Z510 and SRS-A212B), two entry-level desktop PC speakers (SRS-A201 and SRS-AX10s), as well as one portable speaker system (SRS-M30) that complements the existing SRS-T10PCV on the travel speaker segment, and the high-end SRS-ZP1000 Hi-fi PC speakers.

All of the new 2.0 speaker systems are magnetically shielded for sound quality, have built-in volume control and an on/off power switch.

Agnès Lariguet, Product Manager for PC Accessories, Sony Europe’s IT Peripherals division comments,... [Read More]
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BenQ Announces MP771 New Projector Featuring Short-Throw Lens
Oct 16, 2007 - 5:04 PM - by Nikos Kartalis

BenQ announces the launch of BenQ MP771, a high-brightness XGA projector, featuring a short-throw lens, superior imaging technology and a wide array of thoughtful features to provide corporate and education users with an easy access to big-screen viewing experience. Equipped with a high 3,000 ANSI lumens, BrilliantColorTM Technology, UNISHAPE, 3D Color Management and Wall Color Correction Technology, the BenQ MP771 delivers superior picture quality and splendid color performance. The launch of BenQ MP771 marks the debut of BenQ’s upcoming projector series that features a short-throw lens for big-screen viewing experience without space constraints.

The BenQ MP771 makes big-screen viewing possible even in smaller spaces, such as departmental meeting rooms, classrooms, or living rooms—where it delivers a phenomenal experience with interactive... [Read More]
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BenQ Launched SP820 Digital Projector
Oct 10, 2007 - 1:12 AM - by Nikos Kartalis
BenQ announces the launch of SP820 digital projector –a XGA projector with high brightness and easy-to-use features. The SP820 arrives with a high brightness of 4,000 ANSI lumens, a 2,000:1 high contrast ratio, a 1024x768 XGA native resolution and digital zoom function.

Weighing at 8.2lbs, the projector displays brightly and features a compact housing with a convenient integrated handle that allows users to carry it from room to room or having it simply installed it at a fixed location. Furthermore, the lamp door located on the upper side of the housing allows users to easily replace the lamp when the projector is mounted to the ceiling.

The Independent Color Management feature offers independent adjustments to red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, and yellow for hue, saturation and value, and the digital zoom function offers... [Read More]
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Siemens modular automation solutions for the printing industry
Oct 08, 2007 - 2:12 PM - by Nikos Kartalis

Complete packages and modular automation solutions for printing machinery will take center-stage with Siemens Automation and Drives (A&D) at the IFRA 2007 in Vienna, Austria. Modular software and integrated communication solutions not only reduce the time-to-market for mechanical equipment manufacturers, but also offer users a high degree of investment security. In Vienna Siemens will also services such as mechatronic support.

The focus of the Siemens presentation at this year's IFRA show will be on system packages based on the Sinamics drives family as well as motion control solutions with Profinet. Profinet with IRT is suitable as an integrated communication solution for multi-axis applications such as in illustration and newspaper rotary offset printing presses as well as in print finishing. Ensuring productive operation of, say, a... [Read More]
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Hitachi: Quad-Layer 100 GB Blu-ray Disc
Oct 05, 2007 - 7:29 PM - by Nikos Kartalis

Hitachi revealed this week at CEATEC JAPAN 2007 that it has successfully developed a quad-layer Blu-ray Disc that is capable of storing 100GB of data.

The concept multi-layer discs is practiced by many other media labs, but Hitachi claims that its quad-layer technology would be compatible with existing Blu-ray Disc drives after a firmware update. Prior developments of greater than dual layer discs have required special hardware to read the new media.

Hitachi is now working on improving the signal quality of its quad-layer technology so that it will be ready for market. The company also said that it is working on an eight-layer variant of the technology, which would yield a Blu-ray Disc capable of holding 200GB.

Although no new hardware may be required to read the additional layers of Hitachi’s Blu-ray... [Read More]
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12-megapixel HD camcorder phones may ship within two years
Oct 03, 2007 - 8:28 PM - by Nikos Kartalis


A few months ago, Broadcom joined the Symbian S60 community, promising to deliver complete solutions for future Symbian S60 smartphones. Initially, Broadcom was supposed to deliver 7.2 Mbps HSDPA processors and the BCM2724 multimedia processor. The latter offers low power MPEG-4 playback and NTSC/PAL direct video output.

Interestingly, Broadcom Corporation has now unveiled the BCM2727 processor, sporting a range of new high-end multimedia features. The list includes support for 720p HD video with H.264 encoding and decoding, both high profile at 30 fps and supports all major video compression algorithms, including H.263, MPEG 4/2/1, and VC-1. In addition to being capable of delivering a HD camcorder, it also provides an up to 12-megapixel digital camera. A HDMI port has also been incorporated, in order to connect... [Read More]
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Microsoft unveils the second generation of Zune
Oct 02, 2007 - 10:30 PM - by Nikos Kartalis

Microsoft has unveiled the second generation of Zune digital music players and will offer consumers 1 million unprotected songs on its online music store.

Microsoft announced on Tuesday that it will offer three new models of the Zune in November including two equipped with flash memory. The 4GB and 8GB versions are iPod Nano look-alikes that will sell for a suggested retail price of $149 and $199 respectively. An 80GB player equipped with a hard drive will sell for $249. The pricing scheme for the devices exactly mirrors Apple's iPods.

Some of the other changes include a complete overhaul of the device's software and a redesign of Marketplace, Zune's music store. Other interesting features include wireless syncing and the new Zune Pad, a touch-sensitive technology that enables users to slide their finger... [Read More]
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Sony unveils second edition of Digital eBook Reader: The Sony PRS-505
Oct 02, 2007 - 1:15 AM - by Nikos Kartalis

In its version of a literary sequel, Sony Electronics is taking the cover off a new edition of its ground-breaking Reader Digital Book this month.
The new Reader features a svelte body design and is available in two colors – silver and dark blue. Re-styled controls more closely mimic paper page turns and allow for quick, intuitive navigation.

A next-generation electronic paper display delivers faster response and a higher contrast ratio for easy reading even in bright sunshine. Eight levels of gray scale provide for crisp and clear text, images, and graphics.

With the capacity to store up to 160 typical eBooks, the Reader can act as a mobile library. Expansion slots for Memory Stick Duo media or SD memory cards make the device’s library potential practically limitless.
More advanced users will appreciate the new... [Read More]
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