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February 24th, 2012

Sony has taken the wraps off a new 60GHz radio tech which can run at speeds of up to 6.3Gb/s. Sony demos 6.3Gb/s millimetre-wave radio tech is a post from: Cheap Laptops

Sony demos 6.3Gb/s millimetre-wave radio tech is a post from: Cheap Laptops

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Laptop Reviews

Everything Everywhere has indicated that it’s hoping to start rolling out a 4G LTE high-speed network before the end of the year. Everything Everywhere plans 4G LTE roll-out is a post from: Cheap Laptops

Everything Everywhere plans 4G LTE roll-out is a post from: Cheap Laptops

24 February 2012

Laptop Reviews

The Style in SonyStyle. Sony refreshes its budget 14-inch Vaio E lineup for the New Year with WiDi, Blu-Ray and standard voltage Sandy Bridge Core i5 CPUs. But, has the Japanese giant cut any corners to reach that sub $500 starting price? Find out in this review what the new Vaio E does right – [...]

Sony Vaio VPC-EG27FM/W Laptop Review is a post from: Cheap Laptops

24 February 2012

Digital Camera Reviews

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Shooting in low light situations is
something that’s going to happen, much to the chagrin of many
photographers. Whether you’re using autofocus or handling the
responsibility yourself, you’re in for a tough time and a chance for
photos to come out blurry or worse.

PinPoint is a new device designed to
assist your camera in these low-light situations. Pressing the
activator button on the unit will cause a narrow green beam of light
to shine, allowing your camera’s auto-focus to find just the right
spot. If you’re focusing manually, simply focus on the light.

“With PinPoint, photographers can
be confident that they are capturing crisp, clear photos of those
once-in-a-lifetime moments,” says DeluxGear CEO Tom Nickell.
“In fact, we purposely called it PinPoint because of its spot-on
accuracy in making sure that the subject photographers want in focus,
is in focus.”

PinPoint by DeluxGear is available now
at a price of $169.

24 February 2012

Laptop Reviews

DataWind’s Aakash project to create a $35 tablet for the Indian government has hit a roadblock. DataWind’s $35 tablet project hits trouble is a post from: Cheap Laptops

DataWind’s $35 tablet project hits trouble is a post from: Cheap Laptops

24 February 2012

Laptop Reviews

Engineers at Microsoft, Google and Netflix have proposed an extension to the HTML5 spec that would allow for encrypted media streaming. Google, Microsoft and Netflix propose HTML5 media encryption is a post from: Cheap Laptops

Google, Microsoft and Netflix propose HTML5 media encryption is a post from: Cheap Laptops

24 February 2012

Laptop Reviews

Based on the HS1A, will the Vengeance 1300 hit the spot or prove a disappointment? Corsair Vengeance 1300 Review is a post from: Cheap Laptops

Corsair Vengeance 1300 Review is a post from: Cheap Laptops

23 February 2012