Friday, January 30, 2009

review of canon power shot SD870 IS black

This year's batch of Canons includes the PowerShot SD870 IS. From its model number, you might think that it's a follow-up to the SD850 IS, but with its wider-than-normal, 28mm-to-105mm, f/2.8-to-f/5.8, 3.8x optical zoom lens, it's really more of a successor to the SD800 IS. Aside from a step up to an 8.3-megapixel CCD sensor, a larger 3-inch, 230,000-pixel LCD, and Canon's new Digic III processor, there's not much different in the SD870 IS other than some nice cosmetic enhancements. Along with the new processor comes Canon's Advanced Face Detection, which can pick out up to nine faces in a frame and use the faces to set autofocus and exposure.We were very impressed by the SD870 IS's performance in our lab tests. It took the camera 0.9 second to start up and capture its first JPEG
The good:
Impressive performance and image quality; optical image stabilization; face detection.
The bad:
No manual exposure controls; no optical viewfinder.
The bottom line:
While the Canon PowerShot SD870 IS doesn't have an optical viewfinder or manual exposure controls, it captures beautiful images with its wide, 3.8x optical zoom lens and ranks among the top compact cameras we've seen.
Digital camera type: Compact ;
Resolution: 8 megapixels ;
Optical zoom: 3.8 x
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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Review of palm centro

when i got chance to see this mobile then The look and feel of this Wireless Palm Centro wasn't differ much from the Sprint version, though it comes in an attractive cobalt blue color rather than red, black, or white.
This palm centro smartphone features a 2.25-inch,and a 320x320-pixel touch screen.the dimensions at 4.2 inches high by 2.1 inches wide by 0.7 inch deep which is quite compact, and it weighs 4.2 ounces. when i totally manage to see it then i could find all the things.
The good in this mobile--
It offers ease of use, a compact design, and a solid feature has affordable price. This phone is also EV-DO capable and offers good call quality.The Centro has Bluetooth 1.2 for use with wireless headsets, hands-free kits, serial port, and dial-up networking.On the plus side, Google Maps for Mobile ships on the device and includes color maps, satellite imagery, and traffic data.
The bad things in the mobile--
It's keyboard is small and cramped. i couldn't found any support for stereo Bluetooth headsets.that was really very bad as i like this feature too much.The smartphone lacks integrated Wi-Fi.there's no support for the OBEX (Object Exchange) or the A2DP profile so you won't be able to use your stereo Bluetooth headset with this device
The bottom line of the mobile--
Though some minor shortcomings are there, the Palm Centro offers Verizon Wireless customers an easy-to-use, affordable, and solid performing smartphone that's perfect for the first-time buyer or anyone on a budget.
OS provided: Palm OS 5.4.9 ;
Processor: 312 MHzXScale ;
Wireless connectivity: Bluetooth

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

technology of sony ericsson G705

Sony Ericsson mobile phone has both features Wi-Fi and a built-in GPS receiver. Considering that nearly every mid-to-top range Nokia handset featured this combination last year, not to mention many Windows Mobile phones and the iPhone 3G, it's great to see SE keeping up with the Joneses, even if they aren't exactly innovating new technologies to jump ahead of the crowd.

Upside of the mobile--
Sony Ericsson intends to make the most of including Wi-Fi and GPS; the G705 has Wayfinder navigation software pre-installed,which enable you to navigate any where and features DLNA media streaming over wireless networks--similar to the streaming seen on the C905 Cyber-shot camera-phone.

its design is unsurprisingly similar to so many SE phones to have come before it. it is 14mm thick only thus not creating a great problem.and the slider form is there in the mobile as it used to be.SE screens are often clear and colorful.

SE phones whose moniker start with a G are web capable, with the G705 featuring HSDPA downloads, but besides this feature it's hard to see why the G705 is better than other phones with an internet connection for browsing the web.
Downside of the mobile--

Sony Ericsson pet-peeves are alive and well in the G705: M2 memory card expansion and no 3.5mm headphone socket.
The Xperia X1 was the most expensive handset of the year without jewels or the name of a sports car attached to it, and even the low-end K660i was more costly than its low-end feature sheet warranted.
Outlook of the mobile--
this mobile looks like a very good designed slider, but without any new technology or a smart phone OS to lure us to it.Big advantage of the Sony Ericsson for including DLNA media streaming as this is poised to become of this year's must-have phone features.

The G705 is currently available only in Singapore at S$658 (US$440.34) without a two-year contract.

Monday, January 19, 2009

review of Fiat Linea

Fiat has launched its Linea model. whether it is going to attract the customer or not let's see here.
really it belongs to a different class when you enter inside the car.The airy cabin has generous amount of space and its design is modern with some retro touches like the instrument cluster. There you will find the standard kit like electrical mirrors and climate control.This is most attractive feature that i found in it.Luxury goodies are there for steering controls for the audio system and your mobile, which can be operated by voice command a standard feature of the "Blue and Me" package.

its competitor in the market is Fiesta and Verna these both are not up to the mark in inside story and is out of competition with Linea.
Though the Linea is spacious and practical, the curving roof line means headroom is limited.Of the three cars Linea fiesta and Verna the Linea is the most comfortable for seating three abreast at the rear.Boot space is the biggest at the 500 litres and will easily gobble up your family's luggage for an outstation trip.Fiesta is bad in this regard and Verna in medium.
Linea ride is bad when is slow but as soon as you go for high speed you will enjoy it too is delight to drive around has brilliant steering and taut suspension.The fiesta is famous for its accurate steering feel.
Fiat's Linea costs Rs 8.10 lakh. i have enjoyed it you can try it as well and tell me your opinion.
Price- Rs 8.10 lakh
Engine layout- 1248cc, 4-cycles in line
Maximum power-90bhp at 4000rpm
Maximum torque-20.4kgm at 1750rpm
0-100kph- in 15 sec
Top speed-168kph
Gearbox- 5 speed manual
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Saturday, January 17, 2009

review of Nokia 6210 enabled with GPS

As i have already told that GPS is going to be rocking in 2009 in mobile. this global positioning system is going to be the most interesting part of mobile in this new year. there was time when GPS system was only limited to Premium phone models, but with more and more phones getting kitted with GPS receivers, it is now the turn of the extras that each manufacturer adds on that will make the difference. Nokia's Navigator series of navigation oriented mobiles has a successor in the 6210 and it has some interesting tricks up its sleeve.
As a phone it feels light in your hand and it handles GPS fairly well without compromises being made in terms of build quality.keypad is little more difficult to handle.
The display, which is rather crucial given that this is meant to be used as an in-car navigation device,which is 2.4-in diagonal with QVGA resolution and up to 16M colors.
it is a decent handset with stand-out GPS features and speedy performance, it has got a lot of things in common with newer mid-range and top-line Nokia phones,and doesn't difference itself enough except of GPS. A good reason to pick up the phone for life time.
all the features i would like to mention here----
Networks:- GSM, EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 with HSDPA support
Camera :- 3.2 megapixel
Connectivity:- Bluetooth2.0 with A2DP stereo and many more
Battery:- BL-5F, 950mAh capacity
Dimensions:49mm by 103 mm by 14.9mm
Weight:- 117gm