Thursday, August 25, 2011
Blackberry 9900 Unboxing Pictures & Review
On the front is an incredibly sharp touchscreen. It is of 640 x 480 pixels on a 2.8 inch. The touchscreen is capacitive and highly responsive.
The back of the phone is of a “bold” design with the word “bold” imprinted at the back of the centre. Apparently, it shows the entity of the phone.
The 9900 comes with a keypad, which definitely facilitates fast typing and fast sharing.
To be fair to BlackBerry, the camera on the Bold 9900 is not its main selling point. What they have is a 5MP snapper. It's not too shabby but also not very adventurous, considering that various phones have had better cameras. Fortunately, it comes with an LED light too, which makes photo taking better in darker conditions.
Of course, how can you miss the 3.5 mm headphone slot if you are to enjoy the media experience? The beauty here is that the headphone jack gives you something to rest your fingers against as you hold the 9900 in your hand.
At 115 x 66 x 10.5 mm, you can slide it into your pocket without too much bulk. In fact, that's one of the 9900's key selling points. According to RIM, they say this is the slimmest BlackBerry yet. If you are looking for a slim smartphone, BlackBerry Bold 9900 is doubtlessly a good choice!
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1 3G Unboxing Pictures & Review
Are you ready to work on your tablet and get rid of your netbook? It is possible with Samsung Galaxy Tab P7500 10.1 3G Tablet for it has an enormous screen display – a 10.1 inch screen! Wow…you want to find out more from this huge giant? Let’s walk you through with this new Samsung tablet.Inside the package, there are the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G Tablet and a few devices including an AC adaptor, a lithium-ion battery and a data cable.
An enormous display with 10.1-inch screen allows you to perform your daily work outside you desktop PC. This Tab sports a wide 1280 x 800 resolution using a 16:10 aspect ratio. Images appear sharp and vividly on its glossy screen. The bottom portion is dedicated for the main navigation (Back, Home, Running applications, screen capture) and device info like time, WiFi settings, battery, and notifications.
At the back is all black with a silver band on top where the 3.15-mp camera and a LED flash are located. It’s made of hard plastic though so you might want to have something to protect it from scratches. This attributed to the lightweight design for its size.
The Tab comes with a 3.15 mp rear-facing camera, which supports 2048x1536 pixels, autofocus with a LED flash and HD (720p) video recording.
This tablet accepts a SIM card but can’t do calls, only SMS and mobile internet. The 3.5 mm audio jack is right beside the regular SIM slot.
How can you not have a front facing camera when it comes to video calling with friends on a tablet? A 2 mp camera is located on top of it!
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G, no doubt, is a very capable multimedia tablet for browsing, watching videos, checking in on your social networks, and even doing some productivity work if you will also get the keyboard dock for it since it already comes with a Polaris app for your basic Microsoft Office files. However, as a matter of fact that if you don’t need the 3G capability, you might as well wait for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 instead.
Thursday, August 18, 2011
Sony NEX C3 Unboxing Pictures & Review
The NEX-3 is not exactly excessively bulky, so it's impressive to see that Sony has managed to make the C3 still smaller - it's even slightly smaller than the NEX-5.
Instead of building the flash into the camera body, Sony opts to include a small, fiddly screw-in flash in the box. We reckon that most users will choose to either leave the flash attached at all times (thus increasing the size of the camera), or end up leaving it at home.
The 3.0 inch XtraFine TruBlack LCD has got to make you view the pictures nicely and vividly.
The fun part about the NEX-3 is the lift-up of the screen. Easy lift, easy self picture taking mode.
The playback, power keys are just located on the right top of the camera. The Rec key is easily spotted under the power key for shooting a movie.
The Sony NEX-C3 is one of few exceptions. However, the camera is priced very competitively, and you're not likely to miss the few features it omits -- namely 1080p video capture and a universal accessory hot shoe. Sony's NEX-3 left us with high expectations for its next generation mirrorless cam, and our level of enthusiasm for this latest camera remains unparalleled. If you've been looking to upgrade from a compact point-and-shoot, or want to trim a significant amount of fat from your DSLR kit, then there's no better option than the NEX-C3.
HTC EVO 3D Unboxing Pictures & Review
The EVO 3D is a little taller than the EVO 4G, but narrower thanks to a different screen aspect ratio -- 16:9 vs. 5:3. It's also a little thinner than its predecessor which, combined with the difference in width, makes the new handset a better fit in the hand. The phone features a 4.3 inch qHD capacitive touchscreen and the 4 capacitive buttons at the bottom.
At the back, you can find the dual cameras, which are the highlight of the phone. The angular edges of the phone are no doubt an excellent design for all users.
Speaking of the highlight of the phone, the dual cameras are capable of 3D picture taking mode. No need to wear a pair of 3D glasses, you can enjoy a 3D media experience as if you are in the theatre.
Here we go! The silver 2D / 3D mode switch plus the large machined aluminum camera button on the right edge are simply what you to care about when you take a picture or shoot a video.
You can find the headphone set and the power button located at the top of the phone.
You may be disappointed at the EVO 3D. Despite its 1.2GHz dual-core processor, the camera strangely lacks 1080p support. But the biggest gripe with the EVO 3D is its terrible battery life. Ultimately, we've come to think of the EVO 3D as a Sensation with a lesser camera, cheaper materials, worse battery life, and without the ability to roam worldwide. But hello, it's got 3D and the best dedicated two-stage camera button that's ever graced a phone. You have got to fall for its shooting function.
Tuesday, August 09, 2011
Olympus EP3 Unboxing Pictures & Review
Olympus has finally had the E-P3 out in the market. Being the most professional DSLR, the camera introduces a number of new features to the table: a touch-enabled 610k-dot resolution OLED screen, an interchangeable grip, a lighting-quick contrast autofocus system, a new built-in flash, and the same retro styling we’ve come to know. Let’s have a sneak peek at the new camera.With the enormous package, besides the camera itself, there are also a BLS-5 battery pack, a battery charger, a USB cable, an AV cable, HDMI cable, a strap, a CD-ROM and a user's guide.
The Olympus E-P3 features subtle design changes from the E-P2, with new interchangeable grip options, a more traditional mode dial, a high-resolution touchscreen, and a built-in flash. The E-P3, hence, is a light camera that is easy to handle and shoot with, offering customers more options.
The camera with its 3 inch OLED display is an amazing gift to the camera users. With also the touch panel, you will simply fall for the device. The EP-3 sees the addition of a dedicated video record button, as well as a second programmable function button on the shoulder of the camera. The mode dial has been moved back to a more traditional spot on the top of the camera. The other shoulder of the camera now has a built-in pop-up flash that extends up and out.
The on/off key, the shutter together with the mode dial on the right shoulder and a user-programmable function button.
You can find the hot shoe and the stereo mics on the top of the camera.
There is a panel on the right of the camera. The five record and playback controls plus the thumb dial and other function keys are the highlight of the whole shooting pictures journey.
While the P3 has lots to offer the professional photographers, there are lots of automated modes that help out less experienced photographers. Olympus's Live Guide, for example, is on hand and works with the touchscreen. The popular Art Filters are also available and can be used completely automatically. Video can also be recorded in AVCHD or Motion JPEG format.
Motorola Droid 3 Unboxing Pictures & Review
The Droid 3 comes with a 4.0 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen display with 16m colors. It has 540×960 pixels resolution. The display has so many features such as Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, Multi-touch input method, Touch-sensitive controls.
The back shows the intelligent side of the phone, with a slim, elongated design, which is suitable for any users.
The Phone has handsome look. It has smooth slider and a QWERTY keypad just like a keyboard of laptop.
There is a 1.3 mega pixels front-facing camera that enables you to do video chats with your friends, family and business partners.
The QWERTY keyboard is exactly like a keyboard for a PC. Usually, the number keys are omitted but on the Motorola Droid 3, they are aligned with the letter keys as well.
There is a superb 8 mega pixels camera with 3264×2448 pixels resolution. It does work well for you as a phone camera. The image quality is just fabulous. The camera has a few good features such as Touch-focus, geo-tagging and face detection. It can record videos too at the speed of 1080p@30fps.
It is yet to be a very thin phone compared to other smartphones in the market. However, with its user-friendly features, you can still find the phone easy to manage with. And the 3.5mm audio jack is just located next to the on/off lock key.
The Motorola Droid 3 phone released for the Verizon wireless network is the 3rd generation of the hit series Motorola Droid phone. Surfing the web, watching videos and movies, or playing games are excellent as always with all the Droids which have hit the market. The Motorola Droid 3 XT862 is going to hit the smartphone scene on-the-go.
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