Looks like French company SFR is gonna to release a competitor of Nokia N810. Its new device sports an 800 x 480 touchscreen display, an 800MHz Atom CPU, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of flash memory, Bluetooth, WiFi, a VGA webcam, 3 megapixel camera, and a keyboard. The biggest advantage of that device is 3G connectivity. You should pay €19.90 or €24.90 per month and get unlimited data.
The SRF MID is run Linux and will sell for €249 (€349 with a €100 rebate). There is no any information about date of its release.
Yesterday I got amazing present on my birthday. My dearest wife Maria gave me a Nokia E65! That’s cool smartphone with the latest Symbian OS, WiFi and VoIP. I just started to discover the phone. Because it’s radically different than my old Sony Ericsson K700i. Anyway, I’m really happy to have such gadget and I hope it help me to organize my work better 🙂
TEMPO is stylish and useful gadget for all who use computer. We all know that all deleted files are moved to the virtual recycle bin which actually a special directory in your OS. So, there is a way to recover data deleted by mistake. If you don’t clean your trash of course. TEMPO offers safer way to store your deleted stuff. Actually, it’s an external storage (about 250Gb) which looks like a little recycling bin. It communicates with your PC via Bluetooth to backup all deleted files. Series colored LEDs on the side of the device indicates how full the “bin” is. There is an only one big disadvantage of TEMPO – it supports Windows and Mac only. So, Linux geeks should be careful when they delete something from the HDD 😉
Yesterday Samsung released a second generation its UMPC Q1 Ultra. It was done exactly a year after the Q1 first arrived on shelves 7th May 2006.
The Q1 Ultra UMPC features the new Intel Ultra Mobile Processor running at a clock speed of 600 or 800 MHz, along with 1 GB of high speed DDR2 system memory. Aslo the Q1 Ultra is equipped with a seven-inch wide WSVGA LCD touch screen that boasts a native, high-resolution of 1024 x 600. The new, LED backlit LCD supports 300nits of brightness, making the Q1 Ultra ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications.
The Q1 Ultra supports a minimum of 4.5 hours of continuous run time. The Q1 Ultra continues to push the connectivity boundaries, by including integrated 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR and the factory optional 3.5G HSDPA cellular modem. Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium and Windows XP Tablet Edition operating systems are supported, enabling full PC compatibility with all applications.
The Q1 Ultra has not only exciting features but also it’s tagged at good price – $799 only (the previous model cost more than $1000!). So, it’s good tendency!
Now you can watch easily how your babysitter makes her/his work. With a Hidden Camera Spy Clock it can be done very effective. It comes with a full color camera that transmits signals to a remote receiver for real-time recording. The price of the Hidden Camera Spy Clock is $64.00 which is good for this kind of gadgets. But personally, I’d prefer IP cameras. They are much handy and power. And possibly the babysitter should know about supervision.
After we moved to the new flat I decided to put my computer devices more efficient on the my small desk. I followed by brief guide of Van Mardian and mounted an ADSL modem and WiFi router under my desk. I don’t have so much devices which can be mount such manner but I got some free space on the desk. The next step is to mount power extender there as well.
Thanks to Lifehacker for a good point.
Nokia770 is the best Nokia’s product. It might be used in different manner. For example, as a head of Puppybot:
This latest bot that we’ve spotted combines the utility of a Nokia 770 Internet Tablet with the personality (and body) of a robot puppy dog. Apparently you can control its movements by using another tablet, and it’ll even update its facial expressions to reflect whatever it’s doing at that moment. No word on if you can launch Google Talk while it’s in dog mode or if you’d just be too saddened by those digital puppy eyes to carry on a decent conversation. Either way, peep the video on the flip side for the full effect.
ThinkGeek announced a cool and useful gadget – Bluetooth Hub and Cardreader. Bluetooth hub allows to connect your phone, PDA, printer, headset, mouse, keyboard, or whatever you’ve got that supports Bluetooth 1.2 to your PC. The range of hub is about 20 meters.
The cardreader supports up to 52 types of memory cards. It should be more than enough. The gadget supports USB 2.0 with transfer rate up to 480 Mbps. The price of Bluetooth Hub and Cardreader is $29.