Daily Archives: March 17, 2011

HTC Thunderbolt

First Look: HTC Thunderbolt

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The HTC Thunderbolt just released today, so we just had to get one to open up and peer into. Before watching the video, here’s a few things worth noting about the Thunderbolt: It runs Android 2.2, not 3.0 (the only device with 3.0 is the Motorola Xoom, a tablet) The...

Samsung QWERTY Keyboard

Samsung QWERTY Remote Control Coming Soon

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Samsung QWERTY keyboard remote control will hopefully ship sometime this quarter and will cost $99.99.  That is provided of course you don’t purchase Sammy’s LED D8000 and D7000 Series and Plasma D8000 Series Smart TVs, which will come bundled with the double sided remote.  An accelerometer, or a variation there...

Pentax RS1500

Pentax RS1500 Digital Point And Shoot Is Skinable

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Pentax’s Optio RS1500 costs $150, takes 14-megapixel photos and sports a removable face plate for adding custom skins to the digital point and shoot.  It ships with 10 trendy looking skins, 1 clear plate, a set of colored lens rings to complement and for those looking to stand alone, you...

Motorola Xoom WiFi

Motorola Xoom WiFi Now Available For Preorder

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If you’ve been holding out for the WiFi version of Motorola’s Xoom, you’ll be pleased as pie to hear that Amazon (and a few other retailers) now has it available for preorder for $599.99.  It should ship to you by March 27th, which is the official release date for the...

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Samsung Shows Off Glasses Free 55-inch 3D TV

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This week Samsung showed off a 55-inch 3D LCD TV, viewable without the need for glasses, at FPD China 2011.  According to TechOn! the optimal viewing distance is 2.5-6 meters and users will have the option to switch between 2D and 3D, much like Nintendo’s 3Ds, though it’s not clear...

Nikon Coolpix P100

Nikon Coolpix P100 Review

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[Rating: 4] Every camera has limitations. It’s inherent in all products. Sacrifice one aspect for another, like higher quality materials for a higher price or less functionality. With superzooms, quality usually falters because a good zoom lens is expensive. Many wonder why bother spending so much when low-end DSLRs barely...