Posted on 19 July 2011
Wireless Service Providers
Now most internet providers are providing wired as well as wireless internet connections. Now while choosing an internet connection we have to choose the best in terms of its connectivity and browsing capabilities. Wireless internet providers must provide most of the benefits to their consumers. Here are a few tips while you choose your wireless connection.
Choosing a Wireless Connection
The first thing you must see is the affordability. Most internet providers give speedier connections at a higher rate. Then you have to check the mobility of the internet connection which means that internet access should be available at all places. This feature is best for on the go businessmen who require a fast and reliable internet connection while they are at fields. This feature is also good for students as they will also be able to connect their laptops absolutely anywhere.
Giving something to get Something Else
Money matters a lot when choosing an internet connection. Faster and more reliable internet service providers charge extra money for their performance as compared to others. This is completely reasonable as for extra speed you also give extra money while you choose a car. Read the full story
Posted on 13 September 2010
In the last 5 years, there has been tremendous growth in the IT sector worldwide. Gadget manufacturers have paid close attention to the needs to customers and producers the right product for their needs and the price they would be willing to pay. Laptops for instance have taken over desktops for quite some time now and are available at cheap prices and also in great variety. Besides laptops, netbooks and smartphones are also increasing their market share in competition with laptops to fulfill your needs. However, before you go out to buy one of these gadgets for yourself, do a self evaluation of the factors listed below to figure out which one is for you.
1. Getting Work Done
In the real business world, there are complex tasks which need to be done on word or large excel sheets or even at times power points to be made for presentations. This might require some specific features. If we look at laptops then they might be the ideal choice for doing any sort of corporate work, due to its high resolution screen, large hard disk capacity, higher ram and other various features. Though the downside of it would be its high cost as we could buy a smartphone or a netbook for a cheaper price. Netbooks on the other hand would be not be prefffered for doing any coproate work as they are often cramped and small in size and the best use for them is made while travelling. Lastly, smartphones would be the last preference of any individual to do any corporate work on. It would give the person a tough time due to its small screen, small keypad, slower operating system etc.
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Posted on 28 August 2010
Choosing the right laptop is, indeed, a very difficult task. Thus, one should keep five tips in mind before buying any laptop which are low priced, have a fast processor, ram should be adequate, connects to wi-fi and has adequate hard disk. Consumer who don’t have significant know how about computers, they may find it hard when it comes up to gigabytes, wireless setting and media. As far as brands are concerned, it’s always advisable to purchase a low cost machine. Following the below mentioned five tips will help you buy the right laptop for your need.
Brand name is quite important when you purchase a laptop such as Toshiba, Sony, Dell and HP which are well known since they don’t compromise on quality and carry out research to create something innovative which can fulfill their customer’s needs. HP has good goodwill because their prices are pretty reasonable.
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Posted on 20 July 2010
Announced in February 2009, the Nokia 3G netbook is the first stepping stone of Nokia into the word of computing and finally the details of the netbook was launched in September 2009 and was later shipped out.
The Nokia Booklet 3G is an exceptional netbook with a sleek aluminum body and a glossy black finish, which makes the netbook a combination of beauty and stability, something which very few netbooks are actually capable of. The netbook weights just 1.25 kilograms and yet it is something that is very durable and reliable. It has a remarkable 10.1 inch screen, with a display of 1280 x 720 pixels display and provides users with an enriching visibility. The keyboard is also something that is smooth, easy to use and flexible.
The Netbook 3g has a 1.6 gigahertz Intel Atom Z530 processor and a GPS, with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and the old beloved modem, which makes this device’s connectivity an all rounder. Not only this, but the netbook has SIM card support, HDMI 1. out for HD video and 3 USB 2.0 ports. The only setback to this beauty is it’s limited hard disk which apparently comes in just 120 GB and a mere 1GB RAM, thus making the netbook not very effective for any other work besides the regular spreadsheet, word files. Read the full story
Posted on 30 January 2010
Technology never stops growing as there is still a long journey to go. If we talk about latest laptop technology then we can not say that which one is the latest because technology bring new products in a rapid manner that the one that was the latest yesterday, today it has gone behind the another latest.
A new concept in laptop technology is ready to take the lead in market; this new concept has been proposed by a designer Tommaso Gecchelin, this concept is a combination of notebook, netbook and tablet. Macbook Touch proposed by would have a basic screen, keyboard to a full size tablet on the two sided tabletop display. Don’t confuse this with the dual screen.
It is a bendable touch screen laptop that is not developed yet but it is under pipeline. And supposed to be out anytime, this amazing technology is called iSpine that will provide you working with amazing bend ability. Its designer compares his concept to have flexibility like human spine.
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Posted on 22 August 2009
Yesterday, it has been announced by Lenovo that it would wait for Windows 7’s availability before shipping its IdeaPad S12. The IdeaPad S12 comes with the features of NVIDIA’s ION technology that is paired up with an Intel Atom N270.
Now it is anticipated that the Laptop will be shipped at the end of October. It has been decided by Lenovo that Windows 7 will sell better than Windows Vista on their laptops.
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Posted on 21 August 2009
We’ve already explored why foreign countries surpass the U.S. when it comes to high-tech cars, robots, gaming devices, and everything-but-the-kitchen-sink mobile phones, but there’s plenty more electronic wizardry that couldn’t possibly fit in the first list. The things you are not likely to find at any nearby mall, but you can always turn to the Internet and one of the several overseas sites that advertise foreign goods. If you really have a longing for any of these products and don’t have any problem with long-distance ordering, long-distance shipping, and potential warranty hassles. However, for the most part, it’s look but don’t touch.
Home Care Camera by Miharu
Small cameras that peek into tiny places are presently all the rage overseas, and Miharu’s dental-oriented device is one of the pack leaders. Although, it looks like a highly sophisticated toothbrush, the unit features a very small video camera and an LED light, through which you can video tape places that don’t normally see daylight – as the back of your mouth, the back of your refrigerator, or that little crack amidst the floorboards. Deliver the video to your big screen TV for maximum result.
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Omni-directional Rotary Razaq by Hitachi
Its curved esthetics will truely attract the style conscious, but the Rotary Razaq is known for performance, too. Having a 3500-RPM motor, omni-directional, washable blades, and a handle that manual razor junkies will love. Hitachi’s little shaving wonder may just be the ideal whisker remover.
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