Archive for February, 2006

T-Mobile Chocolate Phone

T-Mobile Chocolate Phone

T-Mobile has rolled out the much anticipated Chocolate Phone. However, nobody knows why it is called so. The Chocolate Phone is small, sleek and really smooth. With it’s in built Media Player you can listen to MP3s and watch video on its tiny 128 x 128 LCD display. It comes with inbuilt 32 MB memory with a micro SD card slot. It lacks EDGE or GPRS technology in it, but definitely this piece is really sexy.

Panasonic FlashXpress Infrared Toaster: Heat your food in a zippy

Panasonic FlashXpress Infrared Toaster: Heat your food in a zippy

When you are feeling hungry and you and have to cook food or for that matter have to heat it up, what first pushes you back is the time that it requires. But, now with the new ‘Panasonic FlashXpress Infrared Toaster’ you can make your food faster or heat up your food which could be anything from a frozen pizza to any curry about 40% quicker. It makes use of infrared radiations to heat the food. In this era when everything has got a high-tech treatment how could the oven stay back? Now, no more waiting around the oven to heat your food is going to bang a death knell on your hunger or movie session.

Maude’s Modular Bed System

Maude’s Modular Bed System

Gone are those days when you had a bed in your house for one sole purpose, which was sleeping. But today beds are instrumental in giving your room a good look as well as help you decrease the usage of space in the age of interior designing and small homes. The new ‘Modular Bed System’ from Maude is a step in this direction. The bed boasts of tablets that could be inclined for head support. It’s also fixed with reading lights and books at both ends of the bed. The bed is skinned with a birch plywood frame with the cushions in red, white and olive color. The bed is available in both king and queen sizes. The bed system can be changed according to your liking, and it can be put together very easily by one person. Looks like your bedrooms got all they were missing. Some looks and space!!!!!!!!

Kodak Causes Price Stir

Kodak Causes Price Stir

The market for digicams is flooded with cameras with all the features one can imagine. The low-end camera segment has been well controlled by Kodak. This is evident from the latest batch of cameras to be rolled out. Priced under $300 all these cameras will have the minimum specifications for sumptuous photography. First in the list is the EasyShare C533, a 5 megapixel camera with a tiny 1.8-inch LCD and 3x optical zoom whcich is priced at $199. The next on is at $249. The EasyShare C643 has 6 megapixel imager and 2.4-inch LCD with a 3x zoom. The undelete function of both of these comes handy for those who by mistake might delete a good shot. There are the V603 (pictured) also 6 megapixels, with a 2.5-inch LCD and VGA movie mode and Z612 both priced at $299. way to go for Kodak.

The Optio W10 from Pentax

The Optio W10 from Pentax

Pentax is back in action with the new 6-megapixel Optio W10. This latest waterproof camera has a 3x zoom lens and a 2.5 inch LCD viewfinder. The Face Recognition automatic focus, claims the company, can detect the face and optimizes the settings to its specifications. The camera also has movie capture capability of 640x480 30fps and anti-shake switch which can be switched on for the perfect click. The camera can work underwater till a depth of 4.5 feet for half an hour. The camera is claimed to be dustproof but its handling would be easy with a half second switching-on time. Sounds ideal for outdoor sports photography.

TORQ P120 smartphone

TORQ P120 smartphone

TORQ P120 is a Windows Mobile 5.0 OS based smartphone with Quad Band GSM and  full functionalities of a PDA. TORQ comes in two cover either silver or black. It provides you with color display of 65,536 colors on screen of 240x 320 pixels. This phone includes Samsung 400 Mhz processor, 128 MB of ROM , 64 MB of RAM, SD / MMC card slot,1.3 Megapixel Camera with LED Flash, WiFi 802.11b and Bluetooth connectivity. The TORQ P120 comes with a  rechargable 1440 mAh Lithium Ion battery This phone will definitely give you a nice look of old-time Palm V.  

T-Mobile to launch HSDPA in Europe

T-Mobile to launch HSDPA in Europe

T-Mobile Internatioinal, on 15th Feb. announced that customers of T-Mobile in Germany, Austria, and the Netherlands will avail a faster mobile internet access, starting form this month. HSPDA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) will be available for user of all three markets. According to Chief Technology Officer, Hamid Hakvana, user will be able to avail a speed of 1.8Mbps in starting and from next year speed will achieve speed between 3.6 and 7.2Mbps, which will be competing with fixed-lined DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) technology. Initially HSPDA card will be available for user for their notebooks, and in third quarter of this year T-mobile will change its HSPDA service in lieu with automatic connectivity and after that users will be able to use this service in their mobile (with 3G technology).

Sony DRX-810UL

Sony DRX-810UL

Sony’s new external DVD DRX-810 drive, almost identical to its predecessor, the Sony DRX800UL, comes with a silver design and mirrored panel on front which gives it a real touch. DRX comes with a plastic holder with which you will be able to position it flat or upright, without taking too much of your desk space. Also you can turn on its vibration feature, audible in upright position, which makes it cool.  You will be able to connect it to PC and notebook via USB or Fireware. DRX allows writing speed of 16x (21.6MB/s) for single layer DVD, 8x(10.8) for dual layer DVDs (8.5 GB), 6x (8.1MB/s) for DVD-RW, 48x  for CD-R and  32x for CD-RW, with help of bundled Nero package includes Nero Burning Rom, Vision Express and Showtime. If your PC has space, then it can be fixed inside, which is cheaper then its external version. It is priced between $121- $195. Disappointing thing is, it lacks support for Labelflash or Lightscribe label burning and DVD-Ram media of any description.
 

Segatoys HomeStar Indoor Planetarium

Segatoys HomeStar Indoor Planetarium

Now your wish to get stars in your home will come true by Homestar Indoor Planetarium. Sit in your comfort and enjoy a trip into space imaginations. Homestar will create a simulated environment of constellations for you with the help of its high-brightness LEDs. You can add different environment plates of constellations to enjoy various themes on Homester. With its shape and compatibility to use battery, it is easy for you to carry it anywhere. This toy will cost you $240, including a 6-hour battery life, and an adjustable stand.

 

Nintendo DS adds: TV and Browser

Nintendo DS adds: TV and Browser

Nintendo has announced that it will soon be adding new features to its “Nintendo DS”, providing user compatibility for web surfing and HD TV programming. Nintendo is planning to sell browser (developed with OPERA software) in June and digital TV till the end of 2006. Nintendo lovers will also see some more announcements like foreign language guide for travelers, a reference guide (in Japanese and English), software to improve penmanship, cooking guide with voice instructions and for gamers, Tetris DS(which will include Mario and Donkey Kong), and much more games by third party developers such as  Square Enix Co. Ltd., Namco and Pokemon Co.
 

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