Showing posts with label Review. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Review. Show all posts

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Nikon d3200: Review

The 24.2-megapixel entry-level Nikon D3200 is aimed at first-time DSLR users and packs a new, beefed-up processor . We went hands-on for a closer look...
The Nikon D3200 is the brand's latest entry-level DSLR camera and is set to sit alongside the existing the popular Nikon D3100, rather than replacing it. 

Thursday, April 12, 2012

LogMeIn's Presents Cubby: Cloud Sharing Service

Ready for yet another option in world of cloud storage services? LogMeIn today announced it's ready to get in on the remote storage action with its own offering, built atop its Gravity Data Service, dubbed Cubby. Currently in beta, Cubby allots you 5GB of storage in the cloud, while allowing you to turn your Mac, PC and any folders into "virtual cubbies." 

Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon3D Omega

Top sound card manufacturer Creative Labs is chasing the top end of the gaming headset market with its Sound Blaster Recon 3D Omega
The Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon3D Omega undoubtedly wins the prize for the most unwieldy name in the world of gaming headsets, but it has loftier ambitions than that – it is, simply, the sound card manufacturer’s

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

HTC Titan II with 16MP Camera review.

HTC seems to release the latest of Titan version named HTC Titan II. This version of smartphone is expected to have the upgraded-specs and feature from the last version. HTC Titan II will have a wide display screen that upgraded to be a wider display screen. On the design, there is none of HTC Titan II appearance that looks different or special. It is the OS that might make HTC Titan II quite different from any other smartphone because this smartphone will use the latest Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS. 

Thursday, April 5, 2012

HTC One X Review

HTC’s new One range - which also includes the HTC One S and HTC One V - aims for the Android heights with slick design, fast processors, greatly enhanced cameras and Beats Audio from the Wonka-esque lab of Dr Dre. The HTC One X is the flagship, sporting a truly spectacular 4.7-inch screen, yet remaining thin, easily pocketable and usable by everyone short of Tiny Hands McGee.

HTC One X: Design

This is not just a slight reworking