Never seen a white iPod video with a black clickwheel. But this certainly looks cool.
Sunday, September 30, 2007
Saturday, September 29, 2007
Onda VX979 Black Titanium Edition raises the bar for all digital audio players. Its unique, exquisite design with premium black tinted titanium makes it shiny, yet classy, and the instant center of attention where ever it goes. Boys will go mad, girls will go crazy!
Not only is the design fabulous, but it's also full-packed with features. Apart from playing music, it also doubles as a pocket movie machine and game console. At the same time, the price is unbeatably low - making this the ultimate competitor to everything currently on the market.
Purchase it now at Dapsta here
Thursday, September 27, 2007
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
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Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Monday, September 24, 2007
Watch this cool video from Lenovo's head office showroom in North Carolina. It is a a large body of 3D virtual water is projected along the corridor's wall. Visitors walking by are optically tracked and their motion is translated to ripples and waves along the wall.
This one is not even coming from the Chinese. American-owned motherboard supplier Mach Speed Technologies comes out with the Oasis, a HTC Artemis looking MP4 player. Though I'm guessing it's made in China. What makes this attractive is the price $59.99 at TigerDirect.com. Thats all that attractive about it since it dead ugly.
Sunday, September 23, 2007
KT Cooperation, the service provider of WiBro, indicating that G10 maybe coming out at December.
Here is the rumored specs -
Intel Xscale ARM CPU PXA-27x 317MHz
Main memory 128MB SDRAM, Video memory 32MB SDRAM
4 inches WVGA（800x480 16bit）TFT LCD
6GB flash memory, SD card slot
Graphic chip: Nvidia Goforce 5500 (mobile)
Support: Bluetooth (unconfirmed), USB2.0, WiFi, WiBro, TV OUT.
Windows CE operating system.
15 buttons (10 for gaming)
Accessories: Large capacity battery, DMB addon
via MisticRiver via iRiverFans
Looks like Pasen has rebranded the Teclast C290 into the Pasen ShakeIT. Pasen does know how to make catchy names. They had previously had the Pasen iTouch which was a rebranded iphone clone Onda VX858.
Here's another video review of the Hacha PA20.
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Honestly MS should have released Zune version 2.0 before Apple's new iPods. Now who will buy it. Well if your still interested ZuneScene states that the new Zune's are set to be released around October 16 according to their source. Also the leaked above photo's appear to be legit.
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Monday, September 17, 2007
Cnet goes hands on with Creative's new Zen mp3 player. Giving it a positive 8.3 out 10 rating.
Here's what the have to to say:
The good: The Creative Zen sounds fantastic and features a brilliant color screen capable of displaying photos and video. The player offers a smorgasbord of desirable extras such as an SD card expansion slot, an FM radio, a voice recorder, and a user-definable EQ. It has a slim, pocket-friendly design; is very user-friendly; supports subscription music; and sports a reasonable price tag.
The bad: The Creative Zen only comes in black, and it doesn't come close to matching the max 60GB offered by the player it's replacing.
The bottom line: We're hard-pressed to find anything not to like about the Creative Zen. It's a great option for anyone looking for a great-sounding, pocketable MP3 player with an excellent, video-capable screen and plenty of extra features.
view full review here
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Reviewed by KC Kim
RoboForm is an award-winning automated password manager and web form filler with some serious Artificial Intelligence. This is what it does:
• AutoSave passwords in browser.
• AutoFill passwords to login form.
• Click Login button for you.
• Fill personal info into online forms.
• Save offline passwords & notes.
• Generate Secure Random Passwords.
• Encrypt passwords and personal data using AES, Blowfish, RC6, 3-DES or 1-DES algorithms.
• All personal info is stored on your computer only.
• Take RoboForm with you on USB disk for ultimate portability.
• Sync your passwords and notes to Palm or Pocket PC.
• Backup & Restore, Print your passwords.
• More features: drill down for more.
• It is well-behaved: NO ADWARE, NO SPYWARE.
• Works under Windows as an add-on to IE-based browsers.
• Works with Netscape, Mozilla, and Firefox under Windows.
If you are in a situation that I am where you have too many passwords to remember and write it down on a piece paper that you could lose at any moment then take a look at this review. Roboform is an all in one solution to my password woes.
Install: Simply plug in the 256mb usb drive and a program will show up on the screen. Install the program and your set to use this password manager.
Testing: I logged into my hotmail live using the Roboform2go. Roboform saved my password and then set a master password for it. Now all I have to click on the passcard I setup and the Roboform program fills in the password. Simple and very easy. No more typing out the password. I have tested this both on IE and Firefox and both work very well.
Compatible: What I like about this program is that you can use this with many popular browsers. I long ditched using Internet Explorer and now use Firefox. This works perfect with the IE alternative.
Protection: The main thing people would worry about with a setup like this is if it’s safe to store passwords on the Roboform2go usb drive. And it is using encrypted passwords and personal data using AES, Blowfish, RC6, 3-DES or 1-DES algorithms. This also defeats keyloggers which is becoming more and more of a problem by bypassing the typing of passwords.
No more entering passwords again and again. Roboform is the perfect solution for consumers who need to manage their dozens of passwords. This password manager just works and would make a lot of people lives better. No more writing passwords on a piece of a paper and worrying that it will get lost or worst get in the wrong hands.
To purchase click here
9.5 Out of 10
MP4Nation now has the Hacha PA20 available for purchase. I was told they should receive stock by Friday.
2GB version $124.50
4GB version $144.50
Purchase it here
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Sunday, September 09, 2007
With new iPods of course there will be new accessories. One of the first out of the gate is one of my favorites. Griffin Technologies launches a whole line of new iPod cases.
Check out full details here
Friday, September 07, 2007
Oppo V9 Blast is one of the better looking dap available out of China as is now available for purchase at house of dap here
The Oppo Blast is only 9.9mm thick or thin depending on how you see it. And offers up both lossless Flac and APE support along with FLV video support.
Product Page here
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
# iPod Touch with flash-memory, WiFi and OS X-based Cover Flow user interface(ThinkSecret claims hard drive based)
# iPod nano "phatty"
# Wireless iTunes store sales for iPhone and wireless iPod(s)
# (PRODUCT) Red iPod shuffle
# iTunes ringtone service
# Beatles on iTunes -- yes, again