Thursday, April 12, 2012

Samsung galaxy s3

Launch date April or May 22?

Samsung galaxy sIII coming soon with:

Display: The Galaxy S3 version is expected to have a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED Plus HD screen, with 1280 x 720 pixels of resolutions with a pixel density of 313 PPI. The smartphone is also assumed to feature a spectacular 3D screen.
Ice Cream Sandwich OS: According to GSM Helpdesk, S3 will definitely come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update and the device looks to have Samsung’s latest version of TouchWiz software atop the user interface.

Processor: At the same time, the new phone is expected to be powered by Samsung’s 1.5 GHz Exynos quad-core chip accompanied by 2GB RAM to keep the things running smoothly. Further it is also rumoured to feature an expandable memory option up to 32 GB.

12 MP Camera: The camera upgrade is expected to be a big one with 12-megapixels with a 1080p video at 60 frames per second and video chatting with a front-facing 2 megapixel camera.

Battery Upgrade: Rumour has it that the S3 will be loaded with a 2250 mAh battery. Also, it would measure 131 x 64 x 8 mm and weigh around 125grams.

4G LTE and NFC: Rumours are intense that the successor of S2, Samsung Galaxy S3, will be backed by the 4G LTE capability and also the latest, Near Field Communication (NFC) feature.

Monday, April 9, 2012

The Logitech MX1100 Cordless Laser Mouse

The Logitech MX1100 Cordless Laser Mouse, the newest addition to the MX line of performance mice, is bulky, heavy (5.55 ounces with two AA batteries)—and comfortable. Although tailored to general-purpose computing, it's versatile enough for gaming. Rubber-like material on both sides assures a good grip, and the large, contoured body lets you rest your hand and move your wrist or use your fingertips for more precise control. The shape, however, suits righties more than lefties.

Combining the highly customizable mouse with the best-in-class SetPoint software (included), lets you set vertical scrolling to be clicky and line-by-line or hyperspeed (sideways pressure causes horizontal movement), switch dpi settings on the fly, and remap eight of ten buttons under Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later, Windows XP, and Vista. The 2.4-GHz wireless provides a strong, reliable connection, even in busy wireless environments. 

The laser sensor allows settings from 400dpi to 1,600. While $79.99 is hefty for a mouse that's not gaming-specific, the comfort and solid performance even over non-smooth surfaces justifies the price.