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First things first,it completely fits in my palm.Served its purpose well at delivering quality images and has enough features to show photos and videos or presenting a breeze for small audiences.
This new LG product has equipped with enough features to make quite a niche for itself in the market of mini projectors.
It totally negates the the essentiallity of having a DVD player or A PC while traveling. It has a USB port which is more than good enough of playing DivX media files along with music and photos. The numero uno requirement for a portable projector.
It has a native resolution of 800x600 using the DLP technology,with 160 lumens being its max brightness. The normal industry standards being 100 lumens as said by the sales person.
The LED lamp has a life span of 30,000 hours and you can view your media files in 2000:1 contrast ratio.
Disadvantages are that it has no height adjustment. The more heart shattering news is its price. 1287.USD
It has a carbon fibre body which embraces in it , which is a little more than half an inch ,11.1 inch screen and weighs only 1.6 pound. Its that light. It was actually trying to fly out of my hands when i accidentally opened it while walking on the street.It makes 2.5-pound net-books feel heavy. It makes the 3-pound MacBook Air seem like a dumbbell.
This computer comes with in-built modem for Verizon Wireless' cellular broadband network. The last time i checked the service tariff was some $60 or so per month.
The Vaio X fairs pretty well on the battery longitivity part. On battery power, this thing went upto 1 hr and 30 while playing high defination video nonstop and browsing the web through a Wi-fi hotspot. Fairly it gives around 3 hours of use, pretty alright.
It has an Intel Atom processor, which being small and doesnt heat the system. So Vaio X doesnt haev a big ventilation fan to suck away the heat out. Another unique feature is its SSD or "solid-state disk", made of flash memory chips that don't haev moving parts. Neat .
While all these may excite you, the Vaio X has a fair share of drawbacks. First being it low SSD. Only 64 Gb storage. Running the Windows 7 is sure to suck life out of it.
It is slim and smart. Inheriting the fake leather and silver edges from its predecessor. Bold 2 or BlackBerry Bold 9700 is a great head-turner and loaded with features, inside.
Its a over the top version of the Bold 9000 . Track pad has replaced the earlier trackball. It makes the menu navigation a lot easier with cruise control.
Screen size has been reduced. Which leads to the keypad being cramped with tinier keys. Not a good thought when big screens are in fashion.
Bold 2 comes with Blackberry's new operating system 5.0 that shoves many features in this phone.
Mails on this phone will be a different experience. You can now flag your mails, prioritise and read mails in thread format. Same features can be applied for SMS as well.
Bold 9700 has Messenger 5.0., in which you can add your picture, Blackberry messenger will also display the song you are listening to and time zone. You can create groups and read other's blackberry codes.
Option for security wipe lets you choose between contacts, applications and media card.
Bold-2 has a 3.2 megapixel camera an improvement from bold one's 2 MP. Media user interface has some improvements. You can slide through pictures without using p and n alphabets...simply use the optical track pad. Overall performance of Bold 2 is snappier because of the operating system.
For all Blackberry Bold users, this one will surely not be a disappointment.