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Articles tagged with: electronic

Bracketron Releasing Dual USB Charger

Travelling has become very popular now a days. And now that people are dependant on so many devices like cell phones, iPads and other devices that need to be charged time to time, it has become a common problem for people to travel and keep their devices charged while driving.

But Backetron has solved this problem. Bracketron is launching a Dual USB charger which you can slip in your DC adapter and charge any device that requires a USB port. The charger is very small and has 2 USB ports on the front. It is capable of charging any device that require charging.

Spotify, Everything iTunes Should Have Been

Okay, so I just got the e-mail after my boss had invited me to Spotify. I downloaded the .exe file, not completely sure of what to expect. I knew what Spotify was and have heard the glowing reviews, but you know how people tend to exaggerate things, especially in the media :P.

Been listening for about 20 minutes and I am just floored. The number of independent/rare tracks is mind boggling. I listen to mostly underground electronic music, so it’s hard to find the music I am into.

22″ Mitsubishi TV W/ Built-In 500GB HDD + Blu-Ray Player

While 50″ televisions are all the rage, there are still many people who prefer using a smaller television, say to fit a smaller room or just as something to put on their kitchen counter.

Japanese citizens all over the country will be able to enjoy the new Mitsubishi Real LCD-22BLR500 TV in Japan this week. The television houses a Blu-ray player with AVREC support and has 500GB of hard drive storage space on board.

OfficeDrop Transfers Your Data Files Onto The Cloud

A new ‘paperless office’ service called OfficeDrop, now lets you lose the file cabinets and organize everything through cloud storage. OfficeDrop is a multi-user service that includes custom scanning software for Windows, Macs, and Android phones.

Here’s how it works, you begin by scanning a document into OfficeDrop. The application then saves it as a searchable PDF. You can then easily search OfficeDrop with a few key terms to narrow down your search, and the application will pull it up instantaneously.

HP Unleashes Shiny New Pavilion Notebooks

Hewlett-Packard quietly unleashed its new lineup up shiny Pavilion notebooks. The new notebooks feature Intel’s latest and greatest, Sandy Bridge processors. The new laptop is called the Pavilion G6S and features a vibrant but classy color and contains a 15.6″ (1366 by 768 resolution) and gives consumers a choice between the Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 processors.

Modern Warfare 3 Coming Nov. 8th, 2011

We finally have an official release date for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. It looks like this awesome new first person shooter will hit stores on November 8th of this year and will be the official cross platform release date. Amazon is already accepting pre-orders if you’re interested in the graphics intensive game. Modern Warfare 3 is supposed to succeed in every part where its Black Ops counterpart had failed when it was released in November of 2010.

Forget 75 Inches, 85″ 3D TV On The Way

Just three days after we covered Samsung’s 75-inch 3D TV, it appears that Bang & Olufsen heard the news. The company has just announced an 85-inch BeoVision 4-85 3D television that’s going to start shipping next month. I bet many of you were shocked when we told you that 75″ Samsung was going to set you back $17,600 but guess how much 10 extra inches costs you? The BeoVision 3D TV will retail at $85,000. Talk about sticker shock!

HP Announces Ultra-Thin LCD + Low Cost Data Plans

Hewlett-Packard is releasing an ultra-thin display. If you thought Apple was the leader in this market, think again! The 21.5″ Elite L2201x has a power supply that is located outside the device, allowing for the screen to be as thin as 0.4 inches thick. The display offers a beautiful metal finish to its stand with glossy black borders around the screen itself. It only has one port which is a DisplayPort but we are hoping this will be enough for the majority of users.

Google Brings 360 Internal Views Of Businesses

In Google’s effort to bust down walls in hopes of a transparent information world, they may have taken it a step too far this time. Google will be introducing a new feature that allows users to see what a business looks like from the inside. The service will begin piping through the Internet in the United States, Japan, and a few other countries next week. Business owners will be given the option to show their offices and businesses from the inside-out, providing 360-degree tours of the place.

Samsung Series 7 Convertible In The Flesh

Samsung will launch its Series 7 convertible (tablet/notebook hybrid) later this year. The convertible was shown at CES 2011 in Las Vegas earlier this year. The beautiful device features a sliding keyboard with a tilt screen, all packed in a super slim chassis. The product was briefly displayed on Amazon.com before getting pulled, and we were able to extract a few details from the webpage.

The convertible will definitely carry 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal SSD storage space, but we do not have any information yet on other hardware components, such as processing power and graphics.