Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Digital Camera on Steroid

Japan Camera

What do you think if your digital camera have a mediocre zoom function ? switch to the new one with 12x zoom ? or buy this adapter who can change the zoom lens of your digital camera. made in japan, this adaptor sometimes makes our digital camera looks like frankenstein.

but it's cools.. here the other photos


Monday, October 29, 2007

LG and its Shine Wood

Remember the LG Shine?

Guess what happens if you add wood to it? Yeah that's right, you get the LG Shine Wood, also known as LG LB-2500H in Korea.Specs wise, it features a 2Mpx camera, e-dictionary, DMB, multimedia player, and other things; but as usual, no need to look for it, because it is reserved to the Korean market.It will soon be put on sale out there at a price of 473000Won (~362Euros).

Metal, Woods, whats next ?

Off Topic : The Real Idol

Whats idols do when in photoboxes......

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Hybrid HDD Notebook

A new Notebook with Hybrid HDD from LG, the E300-AP75K

LG will sell in Korea a new compact notebook, powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo T7500 CPU (2.2GHz), with a 13.3" WXGA Fine Bright LCD, 2GB of RAM, 160GB of Hybrid HDD with 256MB of flash memory, a DVD Multi Recorder, a 1.3Mpix Web camera, a HDMI output, Wifi, and an ATI Radeon X1250 (shared memory). Our little wonder only weighs 1.3kg and will cost in Korea around 1200€.

Walaaaaw eh.. so expensive.. especially after euro is sky rocketing against the Dollar...


Sunday, October 21, 2007

SATA HDD External Rack

Plug any 2.5 or 3.5" SATA HDD to your PC at any time!

Dear Fellow Geek or Hardcore nerds here is a little product which may change your life forever!

Have you ever desired to easily plug a 3.5 or 2.5" HDD to your computer like this without the needs to dismount or open anything? Well I have may found the solution for you thanks to the SATA HDD STAGE RACK.
Simply put, let's imagine that you have an USB docking station plugged to your PC and that whenever you feel the need to use a SATA HDD, you just have to plug it to this docking station as simply as you were plugging your iPOD or PDA to your computer…

If you are working in a tech center, data center or if you are just a Geeky HDD freak, the SATA HDD Stage Rack is the ultimate solution for you!

Thursday, October 18, 2007

N80 Nokia Internet Tablet

For all you folks who haven't been stranded on Mars, stuck under a rock with fingers in your ears shouting, "La la la la" you may have heard something about 3rd party applications opening up on the iPhone.

The real 3rd party hacker friendly device was announced today by Nokia and we spent some time with the little web surfer. It's awesome. It's shiny. And it finally sports a keypad. Here's the skinny:

  • Wi-Fi compatible (802.11b/g) No n spec though. Drat!
  • Weighs just a hair under 8 ounces (7.97)
  • Allegedly will be able to work for up to 4 hours of continuous usage. (We don't doubt it—Nokia has set the gold standard for battery life on its portables.)
  • DDR RAM 128MB and 256 MB of Flash
  • Ambient Light Sensor (for screen brightness and keyboard lights.)
  • For video it supports: #GP, AVI, H.263, H.264, MP4, ASF, WMV, MPEG-1,MPEG-4, and Real Video
  • Audio: MP3, WMA,AAC, AMR, AWB, M4A, MP2, RealAudio, WAV
  • Image Support: BMP, GIF, ICO, JPE, JPEG, PNG, TIF,/TIFF, SVG, Tiny, WBMP
  • Storage is 2GB of internal memory, upgradable to 8GB (via miniSD and microSD)
  • All this can be yours for just $480
  • Available in November 2007

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

A Projector for CellPhones

Forget that tiny screen. The PicoP turns your phone into a projector

(Business 2.0 Magazine) -- Many phones can play just about any video you want as long as you're willing to watch it on a 3-inch LCD. But a supplier of wearable displays for the U.S. Army wants to change that.

In July, Redmond-based Microvision (Charts) inked a deal with Motorola (Charts, Fortune 500) to develop a built-in projector for mobile devices. The result: the PicoP, a gadget about the size of a Thin Mint that can project a high-resolution, television-screen-size image on any surface - lat or curved - from your phone.

The plug-in version, for smartphones, will arrive at the end of this year. Phones with embedded PicoPs should be available by 2009.

"Teens will be able to project movies and pictures," says Microvision CEO Alexander Tokman. "Business users can give the ultimate elevator-pitch presentation with their phone."

25 million phones now have the technology to support a projector. By the end of 2008, that number will double to 50 million. Top of page


Business 2.0 Magazines

Google Phone ?

Google Phone ?

Evidence for the existence of the Google phone keeps piling up—it's pretty much confirmed though not officially official, between a fairly solid Boston Globe piece and Om Malik's five facts "from a reliable source." The down and dirty:

It's Linux-based, runs Java apps (the entire UI is in Java, as well as possibly the browser), plays multimedia files, and the OS is running on "3-to-5 devices, most of them likely made by HTC." Slightly disappointing is that the UI is "typical of mobiles phones," meaning it's not groundbreaking. But, the browser might be based on the same engine that's in Safari the iPhone (WebKit), and Google's supposedly been tweaking it to make it speedier, which sounds kind of hot.

What do you guys want in a Google Phone?


Hyundai W-100 Wrist Phone

Now, You can phone in style

Remember the movie Dick Tracy ? That movie somehow inspired someone into makin a phone in shape of watch. This Hyundai W-100 Wrist Phone is not the first cellphone in the form factor of a watch, and it's probably not going to be the last, either. Hyundai is apparently marketing this watch we showed you in the form of prototype last summer from Chinese company CECT. That's a lot of tech to pack into a small space, and this is the best looking watch phone we've seen yet, too.

It's equipped with Bluetooth so you can walk around and look like you're talking to yourself, and then you can be sneaky and take some pictures with its 1.3-megapixel onboard camera. It even has an MP3 player, and if your eyes are sharp enough, it plays videos, too.

No pricing info was forthcoming yet, and this thing also equipped with A2DP bluetooth headset.


Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Phone with e-ink based keys

Phone with e-ink based keys

Phone with e-ink based keys

CEATEC Japan 2007 uncovered this really neat phone prototype that featured an electronic-ink based alphanumeric keys which is capable of changing the display on the key when appropriate. Sounds like the standard keypad will evolve into this sometime down the road. Hopefully there will be some sort of tactile feedback so that you know what you're pressing. One thing's for sure though - this will definitely be more power efficient than dual screen touchscreen-enabled smartphones that are flooding the market these days.

cool eh. the keypad will changed according to the usage. can wait to have this thing implemented in our phone.



Samsung Matrix Phone

Samsung Matrix Phone

When Neo first used his Nokia 8110 in "The Matrix" everyone wanted that phone... The 7110 (a subsequent mass market model) was a hit because was the first Nokia WAP phone, with a sliding mechanism. Now it's Samsung's turn to make the sequel.

The new phone offers die-hard Matrix followers an exclusive, limited edition and uniquely designed phone. The n270 is a dual band/tri mode (800 / 1900 MHz AMPS/CDMA/PCS) phone and features a pop-up earpiece, TFT color screen, polyphonic ringers and a personal organizer.

Pre-loaded movie clips from The Matrix Reloaded and The Animatrix can be viewed. Consumers can select movie clips including highway chase scenes and various battle footage as personalized screensavers or menu images.


Monday, October 15, 2007

My Old 7110 Phones

Nokia 7110 GSM phone

Built by Nokia after the 'Matrix' film.

After the success of the Matrix movie, Nokia designed the 7110 using an automatic opening slide, bigger screen, better features and a chameleon green/purple pearlescent paint finish. So this model, although not actually used in the movie, was Nokia's version of what the Matrix phone should have been.

Even today it is still mighty cool.Just press the tiny silver button on the back of the phone and the spring loaded cover flips down immediately to answer calls and to impress the youngster.

It also fits the Nokia in-car kits which use the Nokia 6210, 6310 and 6310i. These kits were fitted as aftermarket options in Jaguars and other cars. To check if it will fit your Nokia in-car kit, it is the one with the round aerial plug at the top of the cradle which plugs directly into a socket on the phone just above the battery.

The smart Navi Roller offers fast access to information while

predictive T9 Text Input enables you to write fast. Me, personal, buy two set of this phones.

General Network GSM 900 / GSM 1800
Size Dimensions 125 x 53 x 24 mm, 125 cc
Weight 141 g
Display Type Monochrome graphic
Size 96 x 65 pixels, 6 lines

- Dynamic font size
- Softkey
Ringtones Type Monophonic
Amount 35
Vibration Yes

- Profile Selection
- Ascending ringing tones
- Personal alert tones
Memory Phonebook 1000
Call records 10 dialed, 10 received, 10 missed calls
Features Messaging SMS - Predictive text input (T9)
Browser WAP
Clock Yes
Alarm Yes
Games 4
Colors Dark green
Languages 34 total

Phone Evolution

The first comercial mobile phone in the history of Telecommunications was Motorola DynaTAC 8000X, launched in 1983. Although since 1973 several handheld prototypes made phone calls during ten years, this device was the first product accepted as Celular phone.

Motorola DynaTAC 8000X weighed 28 ounces and was 10 inches high and included tipycal keypad with 12 keys and another special keypad with 9 keys: Rcl (Recall), Clr (Clear), Snd (Send), Sto (Store), Fcn (Function), End (End), Pwr (Power), Lock (Lock) and Vol (Volume).


The screen in Motorola DynaTAC 8000X was built as a red LEDs display with limited capacity to show information. This mobile phone was a revolution wich could be carried in a car or by the user. Oh! and the price in 1983 was $3,995.


Sunday, October 14, 2007

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