Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S500 Review

by Johan on June 26, 2006

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S500 Review

Sony has launched the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S500 digital camera. Actually, it is Sony’s cheapest 6.0 megapixel digital camera that provides a high quality 3X Optical/2X Digital Zoom, 6.0 Megapixel Super HAD™ CCD, 25 Megabyte of Internal Memory, a built-in slot for optional Memory Stick Duo™ media, and large 2.4 inch LCD Screen. The DSC-S500 is also able to capture 320 x 240 AVI audio/video clips at high frame rate with length limited only by the capacity of your media. Sony via DigitalCameras@TechFresh.

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Olympus Stylus 810 / µ [mju:] 810 Review

The new Olympus Stylus 810 is a compact 8MP camera with a 3x optical zoom, a 2.5 inch 230,000 pixel LCD, and a 28Mb of internal memory. Dcviews has a review of this camera. They wrote:

When you pick up the Stylus 810 you can feel that this is a quality piece of equipment. Its slim-line, durable all metal body gives the impression that this Olympus is built to last. Thanks to its compact and ergonomic design it easily fits a shirt pocket and its all-weather construction ensures that the Stylus 810 is equally at ease on a hot summer’s day as in a downpour. Mind you it is not submersible as some other Olympus models, but the rubber sealing throughout the interior of the camera will make sure that a drop of rain or speck of dust will do no harm.

The Olympus Stylus 810 is also called µ [mju:] 810 in Europe. The product package includes USB and AV cables, a wrist strap and printed instruction manual. For price comparison, visit Dcviews. Via DigitalCameras@TechFresh.

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Review Of Fujitsu LifeBook T4210 Tablet PC with Core Duo

There is a review of Fujitsu LifeBook T4210 Tablet PC at TabletPC2 which said:

Powered by the Intel® Core™ Duo Processor, along with the enhanced functionality of Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, the LifeBook T4210 Tablet PC combines the convenience and familiarity of a notebook with the powerful and versatile functionality of a slate Tablet PC. In conventional notebook mode, the LifeBook T4210 Tablet PC offers a keyboard for typing. Rotate and fold the screen down and the LifeBook T4210 Tablet PC transforms into a tablet configuration for pen-driven navigation through forms, or use the stylus to make handwritten notes and drawings with digital ink. The enhanced stylus of the LifeBook T4210 Tablet PC includes two buttons and a built-in eraser for added convenience. The stylus and active digitizer continue to work in the notebook configuration.

In addition, this Tablet PC is equipped with a 12.1-inch XGA display which offers greater than a 160 degree viewing angle both vertically and horizontally. It has up to 6.5 hours of battery life with the main battery or up to 11 hours with dual batteries. For the connectivity, the tablet PC is equipped with an integrated Ethernet LAN, modem, a Wi-Fi Certified wireless LAN (802.11a/b/g) or optional Atheros Super AG® wireless LAN. TabletPC2 via Laptops@TechFresh.

Toshiba Satellite M105-S3011

by Johan on June 26, 2006

Toshiba Satellite M105-S3011

PC Magazine writes a review of the Toshiba Satellite M105-S3011:

The M105-S3011 carries the same 1.67-GHz Intel Core Duo T2300 processor as the Dell E1505 and the Acer 4202WLMi. Even in this budget price range, this dual-core CPU is what you should want. The system also comes with 512MB of RAM, and though that may be okay today, I strongly suggest getting 1GB. The integrated graphics will need some of that to run, and when you upgrade to Windows Vista, perhaps next year, you’ll be happy you have the extra memory. Though the Satellite doesn’t have the longest battery life of the value laptops (Acer wins that award), it ran for 3 hours 38 minutes, which isn’t too shabby either. On my multimedia tests, its Adobe Photoshop scores were about 40 seconds slower because of its smaller memory, but its Microsoft Windows Media encoder tests were on a par with the other two comparable systems.

In addition, the M105-S3011 is one of the lightest budget Core Duo notebooks on the market which supports SRS TruSurround sound technology, 14.1-inch TruBrite widescreen, and has a FireWire port. For more info and product comparison, visit PC Magazine. Via Laptops@TechFresh.

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Samsung DMB Media Player SMU-D110

by Johan on June 26, 2006

Samsung DMB Media Player SMU-D110

Samsung will released their DMB media player SMU-D110 in Korea. Using this media player, users are not only able to receive DMB broadcast but also use memory card to store more music files and play them on this media player. Via Slashphone.

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