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Gadgets and Games Guru. (GGG)

Post by [Ne] JUGGERNAUT on Sun Jun 21, 2009 10:03 pm

This thread contains the latest gadgets + FEATURES

1st batch:


Unlike previous PSP models, the PSP Go does not feature a UMD slot but instead has 16 GB of internal flash memory to store games, video and other media.This can be extended by up to 32GB with the use of a Memory Stick Micro flash card. It is 45% lighter and 56% smaller than the original PSP. It has a 3.8" 480x272 LCD which slides up to reveal the main controls(compared to 4.3" on previous PSP models) and is similar to the iPod Touch (at 3.5").

THE MacBook Air

The MacBook Air is the first subcompact laptop offered by Apple since the full-featured 12" PowerBook G4 was discontinued in 2006. It is also Apple's first computer with an optional solid-state storage drive. ArsTechnica found "moderate" performance improvements of the 64 GB solid-state drive of the first generation Air over the standard 80 GB hard drive in tests. On October 14, 2008, new models were announced boasting improved capacities of 128 GB (solid-state) and 120 GB (hard drive). The Air comes standard with 2 GB non-upgradable RAM.
The CPU on the original Air was a Intel Core 2 Duo chip especially designed to be 40% the size of the standard Core 2 Duo chip.[9] The current Air has a low voltage, small form factor Core 2 Duo "Penryn" with 6MB of cache, running on a 1066 MHz bus.
The laptop has an aluminum casing similar to the MacBook Pro. All models ship with a larger trackpad that responds to iPhone-like Multi-Touch gestures such as pinching, swiping, and rotating.

Zune HD

MICROSOFT'S iPhone killer!!!

-3.3 inch OLED display capacitive touch screen (480x272 16:9 resolution).
-Size- 2.07"x4.08"x.35"
-Runs on the Nvidia Tegra chip
-Multi-touch technology.
-Flash memory
-Built-in accelerometer.
-HD radio tuner (receives FM only).
-720p high definition video support and output (additional dock required).
-Wi-Fi connectivity.
-A Wi-Fi version of the Zune Marketplace.
-Web browser (based on Internet Explorer Mobile 6 for Windows CE).
-Unicode Support

The Nokia E71

-Quad band GSM / GPRS / EDGE: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
-Dual band UMTS / HSDPA: UMTS 900 / 2100 (E71-1) or UMTS 850 / 1900 (E71-2) or UMTS 850 / 2100 (E71-3). -The E71-3 has been launched in Brazil due to the available dualband network in the country. In some other countries the handset has been designed for specific carriers (such as Australia's Telstra) who have not as yet taken it up. USA's AT&T is getting a variant of the E71-2, the E71x.

-Integrated and Assisted GPS.
-FM Radio 87.5-108 MHz with Visual Radio.
-3.2 megapixel camera (2048 x 1536 pixels) with autofocus and LED flash.
-Video: 320 x 240 (QVGA) at 30/15 fps, 176 x 144 at 15 fps (QCIF)
-Front facing camera for video calls.
-Self-portrait mirror.
-2.36 inch QVGA (320x240) landscape screen
-Modes: Define user preset standby screens for different times of the day.
-QWERTY keypad
-WiFi 802.11b/g WLAN networking
-OS: S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 (Version 3.1), with Symbian OS Version 9.2
-Processor: ARM11-based single-core Freescale processor running at 369 MHz
-Battery: BP-4L 1500 mAh Li-Polymer, 3.7V, 5.6Wh
-In-Box Colours: grey steel, white steel, black steel, red steel

The Canon EOS 1D


-The 1D was seen as a major breakthrough for professional APS-H cameras after its predecessors, the near-unusable DCS 1 and the still somewhat limited D6000. Although it in fact offered less resolution than either of those cameras (which both went up to 6 megapixels), it gained far better image processing speed, a full range of ISO speeds and could take 8 frames per second, something which was then unheard of in the world of digital cameras. In addition to offering a wide range of image settings, it had many features that are not present in its successors.

-Features a CCD sensor instead of a CMOS sensor.

-The only Canon SLR (film or digital) to have an X-sync speed of up to 1/500 of a second.

-The only Canon SLR (film or digital) to have a shutter speed of up to 1/16000 of a second.

-The only PC connectivity was provided via an IEEE 1394 (Firewire) connection, as USB was still only on version 1.1, which was far too slow for transferring large amounts of high-resolution image files.

-Microphone usable for voice annotation.[1] This features was retained on later models, and added to the 5D line on the 5D Mark II, though was mainly intended to be used with the camera's video recording mode.


Source: Wikipedia and Photobucket

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Re: Gadgets and Games Guru. (GGG)

Post by [Kr]z3ro on Mon Jun 22, 2009 11:25 pm

pretty updated eh? nice one! xD
hahaha. :nice one!:
btw, good job. Smile

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