Acer launched two new notebooks yesterday. The new notebooks come with 16'' and 18.4'' WideScreen and features HDMI and HDCP. Also included is the 5.1 True Surround Sound. The notebooks will provide best gaming and graphics experience with Nvidia GeForce 9500M GS and 9650M GS chipsets which come included with the systems. Both notebooks have Penryn based CPU with 1.5GHz and 512MB of VRAM.
The Aspire 6920 comes with 320GB of HDD while the Aspire 8920G has 640GB(2x320) of HDD that meet the requirements of all your multimedia collections.
The price is expected to be around $900 to $1700 US.
Canon has a line-up of new products to be launched this april. Ixy 95 IS and 25 IS are the latest of its range of products coming up next month. The Ixy series of digital cameras feature 10 Mega Pixels sensor, 2.5" LCD screen, 35-105mm zoom and many other cool features. What is interesting about these new cameras is the design, weight, dimensions, and overall compactness and ease of usage.
Ixy 95 IS weighs just 155g with dimensions of 91.6x20.9x56.8mm while Ixy 25 IS weighs 130g and has dimensions of 86x20.4x54mm.
Yamaha is introducing DVX-1000, the latest all in one audio and video system. The 2.1" system virtually offers you the equivalent of a 7.1" with its new AIR Surround Xtreme technology.The DVD player is compatible with many video formats like DivX andDvix ULTRA, and supports MP3 and WMA audio files. The DVX-1000 also features an HDMI output (Up-scale 1080p), an USB port, and an AM/FM radio tuner.
DVR maker TiVo is preparing to support Tru2Way technology, according to a financial statement released by the company. Fomerly known as OCAP, the technology enables two-way interaction over cable set-tops, including services such as games, chat, web browsing and shopping. The technology will only be available in in the form of an upcoming standalone device, however, and not as an update for present set-tops like the Tivo HD or Series 3.
If you are looking for tiny headphones, check these new ND-T50 headphones from Evergreen. Available in 5 different colors, these headphones come very cheap at just $9. Light (14g) and stylish, our headphones work on a bandwidth of 20Hz to 22kHz, with 16Ω and 20mW.
Toshiba's latest product under the Gigashot brand is the GSC-DW1, the External DVD Burner cum Player. GSC-DW1 allows you to not only burn DVD videos but also facilitates the direct back-up of the videos to the DVD without using a PC. The GSC-DW1 also features HDMI/RBG ports with which you can connect the device to a television and play the burned DVDs.
The DSC-DW1 is available for $385.
Samsung has today announced the launch of its new cellphone G400 which features dual screen clamshell. Announcing at CeBIT in Hanover, Germany, the company said that G400 is designed along the lines of its 'Soul' model. The new G400 also offers a variety of new graphical user interfaces(GUIs) providing a different options for users. GUI skin interface allows users to personalize the user interface with various options like background images, fonts and colours.
Shipment of the phone is likely to be done in June.
Those who are the fans of DP1, get ready for some more clicking experience. Sigma is working on the successors to its DP1 compact camera. Even though DP1 is already ready the company hasn't yet done with the release. The two new models DP2 and DP3 will presumably share in common the same sort of full-frame sensor that reduces noise while still increasing sensitivity. They are also likely to come with cropped technology that artificially shifts the focal length of the lens.
The DP1 and DP2 are likely to be available by the year end.
This USB memory stick artistic concept by Dutch company OOOMS (artist Karin van Lieshout ) brings the beauty of natural wood to your everyday life. Each 1gb or 2gb USB 2.0 memory stick is a unique conversation piece. It is a striking juxtaposition to see these classic wooden creations stuck alonside the postmodern lines of our cutting-edge laptops.
The world's first web browser, Netscape Navigator will sadly be no longer with us anymore from 1 March 2008. It will disappear forever as not many people have love for it though it was the one to have gave many people their first web experience.
Over the years, the popularity for Firefox and Explorer has seen steep increase while the user base for Netscape declined drastically even though Netscape has all the features of other browsers. Infact, the technologies and codes that are used in other browsers have been built on the same underlying technologies as that of Navigator. It's a sorry treatment for such an innovative internet icon. "I think we represent the hope that was of Netscape," Mitchell Baker, chair of the Mozilla Foundation which coordinates development of Firefox, told BBC News.
However, not all are happy about the news. There are still some who consider Netscape as their favourite browser and are in no way ready to show exit way to their best browser. " Many have commented that the browser will make a comeback.
"Netscape is a wonderful browser, and it will be so in the future," read one comment.