At one glance, the Giada i53 might not seem as though it can amount up to much, but in reality, this is a compact PC that sports an Ivy Bridge processor inside, coupled with a high performance GPU not to mention a wide range of connectivity that caters for office and home applications. I suppose it is not capable of handling all the high powered graphics found in many of today’s modern games, where the Giada i53 will be constructed around Intel’s Mobile HM76 Express chipset and Ivy Bridge technology platform. It will not take up too much juice either, since the Giada i53 sips a mere 35W of juice.
Other hardware specifications include 4GB RAM, with the choice of using Ivy Bridge i3 and i7 processors to suit your needs and budget. Apart from that, it can also handle full HD 1080P video and Intel HD Audio with 5.1 channel surround sound, a 500GB hard drive, and the ability to run on Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Linux operating systems. [Press Release]By Ubergizmo. Related articles: A-Tech Fabrication HeatSync 1200 Ultra-Slim mini-PC has an iPhone dock, Giada F100 is a mini PC with a fanless design,
Looks like the BlackBerry App World is sick and tired of remaining in the BlackBerry Beta Zone, as the most recent version of BlackBerry App World has now arrived as a full fledged version that can be downloaded. Needless to say, this new version would see the version number bumped up all the way to 18.104.22.168, and with this release, you will be able to check out improvements on several of the previous features which were introduced in version 3.1, including the ability to download all app updates thanks to the spanking new “Upgrade All” button.
Not only that, you are able to share your list of installed apps thanks to the clever use of NFC technology, in addition to checking out lists of installed apps from different friends courtesy of the above mentioned NFC technology. You can also opt to hook up to BlackBerry App World to BBM in order to display a wide range of new BlackBerry App World actions right smack in your BBM personal message. Anyone given BlackBerry App World v22.214.171.124 a go yet, and how do you find it?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Images of Facebook app for BlackBerry 10 leaked, RIM CEO answers questions from concerned consumers,
Whether or not you should dive into that calzone you just heated up is a good question. You’re not sure of the exact temperature and everyone knows that a calzone just isn’t as enjoyable after a burnt tongue. Well, Omrom is looking to solve your problem with theáD6T infrared thermal sensor. The sensor is designed for consumer use and can be easily hooked up to your smartphone camera.
We do know that Sony and Ericsson have already parted ways where their smartphone partnership is concerned since last year, with Sony Mobile going it solo since then. They have done pretty well for themselves, I say, and to date, their Sony Xperia range of smartphones are definitely worth looking into, and made for a more than decent Android-powered device. Word on the street has it that Sony might just retain the Sony Ericsson liquid energy logo for some time more, at least this is what TechRadar advises. They did talk to an unnamed Sony executive, where they claimed that it was important for consumers to be able to associate with both brands, namely Sony Mobile and Sony Ericsson for the moment.
Needless to say, it is confirmed that the liquid energy logo will be phased out at some unnamed point in the future, but this will happen only when the remaining Sony Ericsson handsets are no longer in circulation. I do say that the logo has some staying power, as it has been clearly ingrained in the minds and consciousness of many.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Sony Ericsson Windows Phone prototype up for grabs on eBay, Ice Cream Sandwich beta ROM available for Sony Xperia phones,
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We do know that times are hard for just about everyone around the world at this point in time, but here we are with another option for those who want an affordable 3D LED HDTV. Sceptre is the one behind their latest 46-inch LED HDTV that will boast four pairs of polarized passive 3D glasses, in addition to offering SRS TruSurround HD Sound while coming in an elegant piano black finish. It is said to deliver eye-popping images at a 1920 Î 1080 and 1080P resolution, not to mention heart-pumping surround sound capabilities. You will be able to hook up other external devices like cameras, computers and Blu-ray players, basically as long as those devices can hook up to five HDMI ports, a single USB port and a solitary VGA port.
Using theater quality polarized passive 3D glasses, Sceptre helps you save some money in the long run since passive glasses do not need any batteries or receivers to work. Apart from that, the implementation of passive 3D glasses deliver a full-color image which is far more comfortable to watch, eliminating headaches and eye fatigue that tend to be associated with active glasses. Expect to fork out $999.99 for this colossal 46-inch 3D HDTV. [Press Release]By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Google TV gets more (paid) content, Pocket TV turns televisions in giant Android devices,
If you’re looking for a mini-PC that packs more punch than the Raspberry Pi, Hardkernel’s upcoming OXDOID-X might be right for you. It features a quad-core 1.4GHz Samsung Exynos 4412 processor (the one that powers the Galaxy S3), 1GB of RAM and Android 4.04 Ice Cream Sandwich (though you can easily replace it with Ubuntu 12.04 or other distributions of Linux). For output, it features a microHDMI port, an SDcard slot for expansion, 6 x USB 2.0 ports, a LAN 10/100 port, a UART Consol Port and a microUSB port. The ODROID-X is expected to ship at the end of July for $129 – a lot more than the Raspberry Pi but for what you can do with it, it’s not too bad.Ubergizmo. Related articles: ODROID Android tablet coming this March, ODROID handheld demonstrated,
Nielsen put out the latest smartphone market statistics for the United States. During Q2 2012 smartphone penetration continued to grow, with 54.9 percent of U.S. mobile subscribers owning...
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The Texas Instruments TI-84 Calculator is available at Amazon for $94.00. Summer is in full swing and lounging by the pool or hanging at the beach are probably the only things on your mind right now...
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