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November 6th, 2010 / 5 Comments » / by AF8AB
This is my second 1Tb hard drive, I purchased a Western Digital Caviar Green 1 Tera Byte internal hard disk. Model: WD10EARS – This drive comes with 64Mb Cache and is available in 1.5Tb WD15EARS & 2Tb WD20EARS models too. This is a comparatively slow hard disk as its engineered to be quiet, cool and power efficient.
I did a benchmark using HD TACH and HD Tune Pro to compare it with previous model of Caviar Green 1Tb hard drive that I have WD10EADS. This performs a little faster than old model because of the new 64MB Cache.
Read more for detailed benchmark and review.
November 2nd, 2010 / 13 Comments » / by Faizan
Zong recently launched Huawei IDEOS Android handset in Pakistan, it is most affordable (cheapest) Android phone that comes preloaded with Android 2.2 Froyo. It costs 15850 Rs and comes with great specs. If you are not brand conscious and don’t care about resale value, this is best android phone you can buy in this price range. When compared to its HTC’s counterpart HTC Tattoo it offers better specs for half the price.
October 30th, 2010 / 5 Comments » / by AF8AB
Google TV is an exciting new development from Google that aims to bring your online Web experience to the TV in your living room. But just what exactly is Google TV, how will it work, and what can it do?
The Basics of Google TV
Google TV is not an actual TV—it’s not a device at all, nor a single product, in fact. Designed to combine your TV programming, DVR, and the Internet, Google TV is a platform. You’ll need an Internet connection to use it, and because it’s based on the company’s popular Android platform, you can run Android apps on it.
Google TV gives you a home screen where you can stash links to TV shows as well as your favorite TV channels and Web sites, so the best available content is just a click away. To give you a better idea of what you can do with Google TV, here are some examples:
Read on for more insight in amazing Google TV
August 22nd, 2010 / 7 Comments » / by Nabiha
When you buy a Nikon D5000, you don’t just invest money in a DSLR – you invest in experience. Photography is an art that requires patient and anxious waiting followed by spontaneous clicking. There’s no knowing whether you’ll get another chance to capture a magical moment. With so much pressure even before you release the shutter, boring and sad results can definitely dampen your spirits. This is where the Nikon D5000 stands out: it gives you stunning results with every click. So when you’re releasing the shutter, you’re not dreading, but excitedly waiting to see a breath-taking moment preserved in living memory!
Compared to ordinary digital cameras with their LCDs and/or electronic viewfinders the advantage is that there is no time lag in the image; it is always correct as it is being “updated” at the speed of light. This is important for action and/or sports photography, or any other situation where the subject or the camera is moving too quickly.
August 21st, 2010 / 2 Comments » / by Faizan
Just got my hands on Panasonic HS250 HD camcorder. It comes with great specs some high end features.
Optical sensor type: 3MOS
Focal Length: 4 – 48 mm
Optical Zoom: 12x
Lens Brand: Leica Dicomar
Microphone: 5.1ch Surround, Zoom and Focus Microphone
Interfaces: AV, HDMI, Component, USB
Min Shutter Speed: 1/2 sec
Max Shutter Speed: 1/8000 sec
July 8th, 2010 / 7 Comments » / by AF8AB
After my Logitech MX310 died, I decided to go for an enthusiast class product, Luckily I had some bucks saved this month so… Razer! Only company where Gamers are Engineers and the way they name their products is MEGaLLANICALLY AWE S O M E.
I bought a Razer Abyssus. It is a lazer mouse with no optical red light sensor but a high precision 3.5G infrared sensor. It isn’t the most expensive one, but it has almost the best performance capabilities. It has no extra mouse buttons, just 3 of them. That’s simple!
Detailed Specs after a Jump:
May 30th, 2010 / 6 Comments » / by AF8AB
Never buy anything without at least 2 weeks of thinking and many hours of research, THEY say! but don’t think too much or you’ll never be able to buy it.
This is a delayed review, I bought this monitor probably 5 months ago. I wanted to use it before I could write how good or bad it is. I was using a 60Ton branded 21” CRT monitor and I used to move that with help of at least two or more people. I might find a photo of my old CRT which I’ll be happy to show to anyone if requested.
Here is DELL S2409W 24” 1080p Full HD LCD Monitor.
Buying an LCD for me wasn’t very easy as I had to decide between Samsung and DELL. Samsung has the most pretty outlook and finish and DELL has quality and more built-in features. The two models, actually three; two of which were Samsung are listed after a Jump.