Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Creative recently launched the MuVo T200 MP3


Creative recently launched the MuVo T200 MP3 player in India. Weighing in at around 20 gms, the device is equipped with a tiny 65k-colour LCD screen that can change between six colour themes. The gadget can store upto 500 MP3 songs.

The player is equipped with a 65,000 full color LCD screen (24 x 6 mm viewing area), and comes with a built-in FM radio and voice recorder. The Creative MuVo T200 is priced at Rs. 3399 and Rs. 4999 for 2GB and 4GB respectively.

RAZR2 V8 Luxury Edition

The MOTORAZR2 V8 Luxury Edition has reportedly been launched in India.

1. The 12.05mm slim phone has 18k and 24k gold plated accents against a luminous, black slate, vacuum metal finish.
2. It has pin stripes on the lens, an engraved diamond-cut pattern on the sideband, linear etching on the navigation wheel and a soft-touch back, embossed with a snakeskin effect.
3. It has a 2.2" internal screen, a 2.0 MP camera with 8 x digital zoom, 2 GB of on-board memory, USB 2.0, MotoSync and CrystalTalk technology for clear voice quality in noisy environments.

The special edition RAZR2 comes with a black slate Motorola H680 headset with 18K gold accents and a patent leather carrying case.

As a special bonus, the special edition of RAZR2 comes complete with a black slate Motorola H680 headset5 with 18K gold accents and a patent leather carrying case. With up to 8 hours of crisp, clear talk time and 8 days of standby time, the petite and stylish H680 is the premium choice for the constant conversationalist and the perfect companion to the RAZR2.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

World's most expensive iPod Shuffle

Most Expensive iPod


Can You Imagine, a $50 iPod Shuffle worth thousands of dollars? Sprinkle it with 430 eye-catching diamonds and plate the controls with solid 18k white and pink gold.
iDiamond iPod was crafted as one unique and single piece of jewellery.
After all this blinging you get the iDiamond iPod Shuffle. Loaded with more bling that one can handle the iDiamond is going under the hammer at a charity event in London. The estimated final price is in the $40,000 range, but given the charity nature of the auction, it could cost even more for this shiny wonder.

Sony Launched Cybershot W Digital Camera

Sony Cybershot W Series Digital Camera

Sony Launched New Digital Camera Cybershot W Series. From the Top is model DSC-W170 and from down is DSC-w150 are supporting upto ISO 3200, 5X optical zoom lens and 2.7-inch LCD monitor. Model DSC-W170 adopt 11.1 Mpix and DSC-W150 adopt 8.1 Mpix and they are CCD sensor respectively.
You can buy with price around 300 USD for DSC-W170 and 250 USD for DSC-W150.

W-Series Key Features:
Face Detection (with auto white balance and auto flash)
Bionz processor (New to Cyber-shot line)
Dynamic Range Optimizer (New to Cyber-shots)
HD Viewing
New 9-point AF
New user interface
New In-camera editing
Double Blur Reduction (Super Steady Shot, High 3200 ISO)

Sony W200


The Sony Cyber-shot W200 is still quite small and pocket-friendly, and boasts an impressive 12.1-megapixel CCD in its small body. Though compact in size, the Sony W200 offers an excellent range of features, with full automatic exposure control and preset scene modes for novices, as well as the bonus of a full manual exposure control mode for more experienced users. Thus, the Sony W200 is well-suited to a large range of consumers with varying skill-sets.
The Sony W200 will retail for $399 when it debuts in May.

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Uplink Game



Official iNFO:
You play an Uplink Agent who makes a living by performing jobs for major corporations. Your tasks involve hacking into rival computer systems, stealing research data, sabotaging other companies, laundering money, erasing evidence, or framing innocent people.

You use the money you earn to upgrade your computer systems, and to buy new software and tools. As your experience level increases you find more dangerous and profitable missions become available. You can speculate on a fully working stock market (and even influence its outcome). You can modify peoples academic or criminal records. You can divert money from bank transfers into your own accounts. You can even take part in the construction of the most deadly computer virus ever designed.






pass: warez-bb_evil2k

Unreal Tournament Game

Unreal Tournament









pass: warez-bb_evil2k

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Video Touch Player

So what if you can’t afford a touchscreen video player? Just pick up a touch-sensitive one! The difference is that the keys don't need to be pushed, just touched. The responsiveness is also increased by a notch.

Cowon iAudio 7

The iAudio 7 is a small player that's not too convenient for watching videos, but it does support the feature. It's a neat looking player (a bit hefty though) and lightweight. The audio quality is the clincher – it delivers flawlessly. It's got plenty of features, such as an integrated FM radio with a recording feature, and a built-in microphone for recording conversations. But the real reason it's in this feature is because of its superbly responsive touch-sensitive keypad. It has no issues with being too quick or too sluggish; besides you can control the sensitivity. On the whole it's a great player. It costs Rs 7000 (4GB), Rs 9000 (8GB) or Rs 12,500 (16GB), inclusive of bill and warranty.

Samsung YP-T10

Among the other touch-sensitive PMPs is the brilliant YP-T10 from Samsung. It comes power-packed with a plethora of features that include Bluetooth with A2DP and allows easy file transfer. The 2-inch display has a great 240 x 320 pixel resolution but watching videos is not too easy. The touch-sensitive navigation pad is simple and easy to use, and the interface is great too. You can pick one up for Rs 6600 (2GB), Rs 7900 (4GB) or Rs 9900 (8GB), with bill and warranty.

iPod Classic

No wonder Apple is so famous in the PMP segment. With the latest sixth generation iPod Classic, the disk space has gone up to 80GB and 160GB. What more would a power user need? The player has been spruced up to offer some snazzy features (such as Cover Flow) that you saw in the iPhone. But the player does not have a touchscreen. Instead, the iPod Classic works on a patented touch-sensitive click-wheel technology. This click wheel happens to be the most responsive dial I've seen so far. The player can be yours for Rs 12,500 (80GB) or Rs 14,500 (160GB).

Click here for a detailed review.

Samsung Dual Mode PHone

Samsung Launches Dual Mode Phone

Samsung Telecommunications India has launched the Samsung '2ON' - its first Dual Standby CDMA and GSM handset.

Image Source: Techgadgets.in

'2 ON' can operate on almost all service providers in India, both GSM and CDMA. It also the first CDMA phone which supports both Tata Indicom and Reliance Communications value added services on the same handset.

The phone features a 2.3" TFT touch screen, 2 Megapixel camera, Micro SD card slot upto 1GB and MP3/AAC+ player.

On the software front , the handset packs in handwriting recognition, file viewer, sketch memo, advanced organiser capability with functional screen and special India specific applications like Indian calendar, hinglish support, mobile prayer and panchang.

The Samsung '2 0N' comes with a 1200 'mAh' battery which gives longer talk time and extra power for operating the 2 networks. The handset can also be used as a modem to access internet at speeds of 153kbps on CDMA network.

"The Samsung '2 ON' is a must have for those consumers who wish to utilize the benefits of both CDMA and GSM networks at the same time", said Mr Dutt.

The Samsung 2 On is priced at Rs. 16,500

Friday, April 4, 2008

Sony Launches Miniature Handycam

Sony has launched a new pocket-sized Handycam camcorder - the HDR-TG1.

Weighing in at ten ounces the camcorder has an ultra-portable body measuring 1.3-inches wide by 4.7-inches tall by 2.5-inches deep. Its titanium body and premium hard coating make it highly resistant to scratches.

The full-featured camcorder can record 1920 x 1080 HD video and 4-megapixel digital photos directly to Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo or PRO Duo Mark2 media cards. Its size and full recording capability makes it the world's smallest full HD camcorder.

It ships with a supplied 4GB PRO Duo Mark2 media card.

"Sony was the first to introduce a travel-sized camcorder with 8 mm technology in the 1980's, and it revolutionized the travel and electronics industries," said Kelly Davis, director of camcorder marketing at Sony Electronics. "This new model is a great example of our expertise in miniaturization, as well as advanced imaging technologies with features like face detection."

This new model incorporates face detection technology for both video and still images, a technology also shared with select Sony Cyber-shot digital cameras. It can identify up to eight faces in the camcorder's 2.7-inch touch panel LCD screen, and automatically adjust focus, exposure, color control for natural-looking skin tones, and when photos are taken, flash control.

The model also allocates more encoding bits to a detected face during the encoding process for the best possible picture when people are the subjects.

The camcorder is equipped with a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 10x optical zoom lens and 2-megapixel ClearVid CMOS sensor with Exmor-derived technology, engineered to minimize picture noise.

The camera's BIONZ processing engine also features noise reduction capabilities in addition to fast processing speeds. This engine powers the model's range optimization feature, which automatically adjusts under- or over-exposed areas in a picture.

Audio is recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround sound and features a built-in zoom microphone, delivering clear recordings of subjects along with the video.

The HDR-TG1 camcorder will ship with supplied accessories in May for about $900. There is also an optional travel kit (Sony ACC-TCH5) that includes a battery, travel charger and pouch for about $100. Plus, there is a custom-fit case (Sony LCM-TGA) with brushed metal accents available as an accessory for about $50.

These can be purchased, along with other accessory options, direct at sonystyle.com, at Sony Style retail stores and at authorized dealers. Pre-orders begin on April 4.

Fly Launches The 'Hummer'

Fly Launches The 'Hummer'

Fly, the flagship brand of Meridian Mobile, today launched its most awaited phone, the Hummer. For this purpose, French handset maker ModeLabs has carried over GM's (General Motors) Hummer license to the mobile phone. This design has been styled after the Hummer car and comes in three colors — Yellow, Military camouflage and Black.

Also present for the occasion was Malaika Arora Khan, who is the brand ambassador of Fly Phones. "When I came to know about the phone first, my first impression was that the phone is obviously for the males. Having used it, however, I feel quite differently now," she said.

The Hummer comes with a 262K color LCD with touch screen, a 2MP camera, 256MB MicroSD card bundled, FM radio and MP3 player. The phone is just one amongst 15 more to be launched in the next quarter itself, as informed by CEO, Rajiv Khanna. "We have plans to get really aggressive in the market, but as of now the strategy calls for streamlining the business channels before we can start work on branding," he said.

The phone will cost Rs. 10,000 in the market and is customized with Hummer paint color.