Friday, January 21, 2011
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 Unboxing Pictures & Review
With a 7% cut of weight, the camera enjoys a 19% loss of volume. This makes GF2 a handy and appealing companion outdoor!
Again, like GF1, GF2 enables one to change lenses like a DSLR but with its bulky mirror assembly removed.
The new 460,000 dots, 3-inch fixed touch screen allows an elimination of excess buttons with user-friendliness and convenience.
You can still find the shutter, iA and video button on the machine top. Overall, though GF2 embraces a close resemblance to its previous model, the upgrades (especially on the body weight and volume) make it much practical and user-friendly.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
The Android 2.3 Gingerbread co-developed by Samsung and Google is claimed as the "Android phone of the next generation". The new Google phone will by no means disappoint any of its fans. To begin, lets take a look at the package. Within the box, you can find, of course, a Samsung Google Nexus S Phone. There's also a battery, a charger, a handsfree. A CD-ROM and a User's Guide will also accompany in the coming Nexus S journey.
The handy shape of rear is marked by its round and smooth design. With the labels "Google" and "Samsung", this is the stylish outfit of the phone.
At the first sight, one is easily attracted by the screen of the Google phone. With a super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, the displayed colour is rich but natural. This guarantees a superb viewing experience. The contour display is also stunningly user-friendly.
What's more, the front-facing camera is capable of taking VGA quality images and video.
While for the rear-facing 5 megapixel camera, it is definitely the best for taking photos and videos.
There's a delicate design at the very bottom part of the phone ti plug in a 3.5mm earphone.
All in all, Nexus S is certainly the best-buy for any Google fans.
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