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Archive | November 27, 2010

Orange UK details iPad 3G rates, won’t give release date

Orange UK has confirmed its subsidized 3G iPad plans and has started taking registrations for advance interest. The carrier will sell 16GB, 32GB and 64GB iPads for £199, £249 and £349 respectively when attached to a two-year contract. Plans cost £25 per month for existing users, £27 for new customers, and provide 1GB of data in  Full Article…

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uCorder outs IRDC260 Pockito wearable camcorder/webcam

uCorder has announced its Pockito wearable mini pocket camcorder. In its diminutive package, only 2.5-inches in height and weighing only 0.5-inches thick, it incorporates a camera capable of shooting 720×480 resolution AVI video at 30fps. Its suggested uses include capturing sporting activities, meetings, and lectures. It includes a sports accessory kit for strapping to a users  Full Article…

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Sony Bravia KDL55NX810

Sony released its distinctive NX range early in 2010, and while we praised it for its design aesthetic and sparkling picture quality, we were mildly surprised to see it left out 3D support. Especially considering Sony’s push for the format at launch time. Fast forward six months, and the company has rectified this with the release  Full Article…

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Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W3

When you’re the only player in the 3D camera realm, you can afford to be a little bit daring. Sure, other companies have 3D imaging solutions (we’re looking at youSony, with 3D capture modes, and Panasonic, with the 3D interchangeable lens), but Fujifilm is the only one to really think outside the box. The FinePix Real  Full Article…

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LG Optimus One P500 Preview

Android’s “Froyo” update is making its slow, inexorable march across the handsets of the globe, and it’s now appearing on new devices as the default operating system. After the hash that was the manual Telstra update this is definitely a plus. One handset that comes with the Android 2.2 update pre-installed is the LG Optimus One. It  Full Article…

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Intel X25-M 120GB Retail Solid State Drive

Until Marvell and SandForce released their first solid state drives Intel had a performance lead on all of their competitors. Unfortunately in our testing we found the 80GB Postville SSD lacked capacity and at the time the 160GB version cost substantially more than most consumers were willing to spend. Intel’s ten channel controller was revolutionary,  Full Article…

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HTC 7 Trophy

Microsoft’s mobile Windows systems have long the domain of business users, and though Microsoft is definitely trying to shrug off this stuffy consumer perception with its glossy, magazine-style user interface, HTC’s Trophy reminds us of who this system is still most likely to appeal to. The Trophy looks like a phone wearing a tuxedo, wrapped  Full Article…

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Motorola Milestone 2 Preview

Motorola’s brash advertising for its Droid series of phones touts this “evolved” second-generation as the ultimate productivity tool, as well they might. But with very little different on the outside, how much has changed inside to draw you away from stiff competition from Samsung and HTC’s Androids? Sleeping in your clothes Have you ever had  Full Article…

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Motorola Defy Preview (video)

Motorola has launched Australia’s first splash, dust and shock resistant touchscreen smartphone, the Motorola Defy. Released with a three-month exclusive on the Telstra Next G network, the Defy is also the first Android-powered powered phone to be somewhat protected from the elements. The handset sports an ingree protection rating of 67, indicating that it is  Full Article…

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