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Articles tagged with: specs

Glasses That Can Read Your Emotions!

And now you can’t hide your emotions even, the MIT Lab has come up with specs that can read your emotion and display it in a glimpse to the user.

The special glasses were developed by Rosalind Picard, Rana el Kaliouby, and Simon Baron-Cohen.

New Sony Cybershots Coming This Month ?

If sources are to be believed, Sony will announce a new compact camera later this month. No official announcement yet but still it will be interesting to see what kind of new features will be coming with the new stuff.

According to popular rumors, Sony has chosen a completely new sensor for the upcoming professional SLT (Translucent) camera. The sensor will have 24 Megapixels but don’t worry, the noise performance of the sensor is equal if not better than current 14-16 Megapixels Sony sensors used for the NEX and A33/A55 cameras.

What To Look For When Buying An HDTV

When you’re browsing online for the right HDTV, it can sometimes be hard to know exactly what you’re getting into. Unlike shopping through regular ‘bricks and mortar’ stores such as Best Buy or Target, shopping online requires a deep understanding of the specs since you cannot see the picture quality directly on the site, although you may be able to YouTube a review.

When you’re browsing through TVs, try to get one that has a 120Hz refresh rate, as these offer much better picture than 60Hz, and is often work the extra dollar spent. 240Hz screens are usually used for 3D picture, and split the 240Hz into two 120Hz (one for each eye). Unless you plan on doing some 3D watching, I suggest sticking with the 120Hz screens.

Motorola Titanium, Full Specs Announced

A successor to the Motorola i1, the Motorola Titanium is sure to turn a few heads. Featuring a full QWERTY keyboard, a 3.1″ touchscreen display, and the Android operating system, this mobile device is likely geared to be a budget phone.

Surprisingly, the phone features the old-school Android 2.1 Eclair. The phone’s key feature is that it is supposedly military grade, dust-proof, shock-proof, low pressure, solar radiation-proof, and can withstand extreme temperatures, both high and low.

Sharp AQUOS IS11H Has Surprising Twist

Sharp will be rolling out a new AQUOS phone, this time with a interesting twist. The new phone has a slide-out numeric key, talk about old school! I would hate to buy that phone on impulse in a store, slide-out the keyboard and instead of typing an easy text on the expected QWERTY keyboard, experience shock and horror while staring back at those numeric keys. The phone also looks like it has a 4-way directional key, oldddd school!

Motorola Droid X2 (Specs And Photos Leaked!)

If you haven’t heard about the Droid X2 yet, this will be one impressive phone. The device will carry a beautiful 4.3-inch touch screen with a better resolution than the previous Droid. The resolution will be set at 540 x 960 pixels which will make videos look a lot cleaner.

The device is expected o have a dual-core 1GHz Tegra processor from Nvidia but will have the same battery as the original Droid. The operating system will be Android 2.2 Froyo! Users will connect this device to their computer via…

AMD Radeon HD 6790 Coming Soon

AMD has announced that they will be releasing a mid-range graphics card later this year. The card was built to compete with Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 550 Ti and and is based on the technology, Barts LE core shared by the Radeon HD 6800 range.

The card will feature 10 fast streaming multiprocessor units that contain a 800 stream processors, coupled with 40 texture units, 32 ROPs, a GDDR5-capable memory controller and a 256-bit interface. The design has 1GB of GDDR5 RAM and a core clock of 840mhz, at 1,050MHz speed. If you don’t know what any of that means, it’s basically a very powerful card for your moderate user.