Thursday, April 14, 2011
Samsung Galaxy Mini Unboxing Pictures & Review
If Minis are supposed to be a lesser, cheaper model of the bigger and superior predecessors, then the Samsung Galaxy Mini is indeed not so much a Mini. The handset indeed inherits merits from many greater brothers, yet the gadget itself is self-sufficient enough to appeal to many. Let’s take a closer look at it!
Inside the box you can find: a Samsung Galaxy Mini phone, of course, a battery, a charger, a handsfree, as well as a user’s guide.
Casio G-Shock DW-5600CS Unboxing Pictures & Review
Casio G-Shock DW-5600 can by no means disappoint you. The classic G-Shock design is rejuvenated with really fantastic colour. Yet it still remains a real impactful timepiece with a 1/100th Sec Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, Multi- function alarm and Water Resistant to 200m.Inside the box you can find: a silver can, a Casio G-Shock Series DW-5600CS Watch as well as an user’s manual.
The new design is based upon the signature polygonal G-Shock DW-5600 and DW-6900. The classic design, however, is rejunvated with a really shocking yet appealing colour scheme. The yellow bezel and band is decorated with a light-blue watch face and lettering. (Another choice available is black with orange-red)
While at the back you can find the signature mark of G-Shock Resist. This is to remind you this fashionable timepiece is at the same time a powerful and tough one with multi-functions.
To stick with the classic DW-5600 design, the buttons, bezel screws and buckle remain silver in color. This perhaps makes the variation of the new model even more out-standing. (as in the classic design)
The flair of yellow is indeed eye-catching on the watch. The signature timepiece is now made refreshing and youthful enough. It appears to be a good choice to display and demonstrate the young spirit.
The “Casio Japan” signature is marked on the silver buckle.
All in all, the new G-Shock model inherits from G-Shock not only its classic design, but as well the daring to try spirit. The fantastic colors look particularly shocking yet brilliant on the timepiece. Without a doubt the DW-5600CS would be a hit among the youngsters and kidults.
Monday, April 11, 2011
HTC Desire S Unboxing Pictures & Review
Bearing the halo of the heroic predecessor, the new HTC Desire S has arrived the world without breaking any new grounds seriously. Yet, you will find the ripe apple a sweeter, rounder one which you have no excuse to miss. Inside the box you can find: a HTC Desire S Phone, of course, a battery, a charger, a handsfree, together with a user’s guide.
So the selfsame 3.7-inch (480 x 800 pixels) AMOLED capacitive touchscreen still rules the front of the handset, yet on a sleeker, lighter body. Not out-standing among today’s high-end counterparts, but really good enough for satisfactory performance. The appearance indeed looks much modern with the HTC’s signature aluminum unibody which is in a black matte finish.
The entire body of Desire S is machined out of single block of aluminum. While at the back, you can find the camera and battery sections are inset with soft-touch matte plastic.
Again, the good old 5-megapixel camera still reigns with autofocus and a powerful LED flash. Not so impressive but what’s wrong with that? We find it decent enough with a upgraded video recording which is now in 720p HD format.
The VGA front-facing camera with the nearby LED indicator light equips the phone with video-calling function, which is common but convenient.
Beneath the screen lies the usual home, menu, back and search keys. But the physical buttons are now made touch-sensitive.
At the top edge you can find a 3.5mm headphone jack with the power/lock button.
All in all, the Desire S is by no means surprising, novel or innovative. Yet, adhering the signature formula, the new model is still a smart and sincere one. HTC is managed to play it safe and nice this time.
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