Philips move into universal power supplies.
Archive for August, 2007
Earlier we looked at the Nikon L14. Now we take a gander at it’s big brother. Nikon Coolpix L15 The L15 is more or less identical to the L14, substituting an 8.0 megapixel sensor and adding optical lens shift VR (Vibration Reduction) image stabilisation at the sacrifice of the superlong battery life.
There´s been a lot of chatter about the Sony Rolly. It’s been unclear what it is, or what it really does and by not revealing anything, Sony are starting to claw back some of the ‘magic’ that Apple has been enjoying for ages. A video of it has _just_ come out (it was posted 36 [...]
Two budget models from Nikon’s new fleet of digicams.
Philips continue their run of staging press event differently. At IFA they started with a stage with dancers, before the boss came on stage to tell us all about the wonderful things they’d been working on.
Sharp have shown their next generation LCD TVs – the summary? They are phenomenally thin – extraordinarily thin. How thin? 20mm thin, increasing slightly to 29mm at their thickest part. Crazy isn’t it? The bezel is just as slim, with the top coming in at 20mm at the top and 25mm on sides.
Two years after Samsung first announced their intention to sell a dual fomat HD player that would play HD-DVD and Blu-ray – in the same unit. As well as being the first dual format player, the BD-UP5000 Duo HD Player supports both formats interactive formats – DB Java and HDi.
Here’s a new one to us, monitors with VoIP built in.
Mobile Comedy Film Festival aims to “celebrate the emerging art of made-for-mobile films.”
We were privileged to get our hands on the Pacemaker a while back – something we’d had a burning desire to do since we first heard about what the Pacemaker might be. It’s a handheld DJ unit that packs a considerable punch – sufficient to make it realistic to play a whole DJ set using [...]