15 April 2011


If anybody thinks that NOKIA has lost its market in the arena of smart phones by sticking to the symbian OS, He/She should have a look over the NOKIA'a latest announcement of NEW NOKIA X 7 which is expected to hit the market in second quarter of this year.
The new Nokia X7 will come in a candy-bar form factor with a generous amount of footprint dedicated to its touchscreen display so that it will be able to keep up with the times.At first sight this phone closely gives a glimpse of the Sony Ericsson Xperia range.
The Nokia X7 is specially constructed for entertainment purposes which is obvious as it has a large enough screen, and while talking about the entertainment, we also mean media that you have thought up of yourself because who knows it better than you guys.
With its 8-megapixel full focus camera which is ordinary these days, it can deliver 720p video recording with a dual LED flash so that you can take better photos in low light or dark conditions.
And yeah don't worry about the storage because the Nokia X7 will ship with a 8GB memory card pre-installed, and a built in memory of 350MB and Of course, you do have an option to upgrade your external memory to 32 GB with 32GB microsDHC memory card.

Some Specifications are:

Dimensions          : 119.7 x 62.8 x 11.9mm (thinner at the edges)
Weight                : 146 grams
Network             : 2G/3G network connectivity
Connectivity        : 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi support.
Memory Internal  : 350 MB
Memory External : Up to 32GB MicroSD card (8 GB included)
Audio                  : 3.5mm audio connector
Battery                : 1200mAH
Standby time       :  up to 450 hours
Talk Time           : 4.5 hours talktime on a 3G network

So we can say that this phone is an entertainment powerhouse.The only draw back is that there is no 3D support on this, it would have certainly set it apart from the rest of the crowd.
So guys I think now you are gonna wait for this new hunk to hit the market.
To know more visit NOKIA site.

06 April 2011

Avaak Vue spy camera

Avaak vue are technically monitors that you can use to surveil your office or home while you’re not there for security purposes so this is not a spy camera but the temptation to be and act like James Bond is undoubbtedly there—especially after the arrival of these new Second Generation models because they are now wireless.
The new range includes indoor and tough outdoor models of these small little cameras so all of you evil geniuses can cover just about every part of your compound quickly and  very easily. The cameras come with various mounting options and are completely set-up free which  means now you need not to get tried to set up other wireless devices and being failed. All the effort that you need to make is, just put them wherever you want them and turn the power on to the base station and you’re ready to spy accross your field of visions.
And the best part is they’re controllable through a web app which you can access with both Android and iDevices. And you can control the cameras to some degree (there’s limited pan and zoom capabilities) and there’s even an option to allow motion activation.
Now the drawback is that you have to pay $20 a year to be able to access your cameras via the web service (After the first FREE year) unless you want to give up all the control option and opt for the free video streaming. But still, $20 per year isn’t a big deal to know what’s going on in your place when you’re not there.
Price of Avaak vue : $120 which is a little more compared to other options available but the cool factor more than makes up the difference.

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