Weekly Roundup 25th April 2009

On April 25, 2009, in Uncategorized, by KLS

For those who didn’t have time to visit the NEC for the first ever Gadget Show Live in the past weekend, check out our full coverage of the Gadget Show Live!

Hope everyone has had a good weekend so far, the above were some of the gadgets and tech we featured this week. Its not always possible to talk about them all here at GadgetLite so the list of links from our neighbouring friends’ blogs below hopefully gives you a bit more for your craving needs! If you own a tech, gadget blog yourself you can always Twitter us some links to be shared and featured in this list, for now have a good weekend everyone!

Just a reminder, anyone can take part in our current free gadget giveaway: Free gadget giveaway: SanDisk Mobile Ultra 8GB Memory Stick Micro M2 Card with USB Reader, the contest will end by 30th April, this month, there’s just a few days left to enter! We look forward to hearing and seeing comments from everyone!


Latest Samsung LED TV Series 6 and 7 have arrived

On April 22, 2009, in Uncategorized, by KLS

Update (31/04/2009): Thanks to those who got in touch, we’ve now posted some videos of Samsung’s new LED TVs which may be of interest.

Long gone are the days when every household would queue up to upgrade to the latest trend of LCD / plasma television sets. Samsung have now upped their game by launching their latest LED (that’s right, Light Emitting Diode) widescreen tellies.


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Reminder: Free SanDisk 8GB memory stick giveaway

On April 22, 2009, in Uncategorized, by KLS

Just a quick reminder to readers who haven’t yet taken part (and we know there are many of you!), don’t hide away in your feed readers because we’re giving away a SanDisk Mobile Ultra 8GB Memory Stick Micro M2 Card with USB Reader completely free.

This contest is open to everyone and not just subscribers and will end at the end of this month!

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Google O3D: a 3D graphics plug in for browsers

On April 22, 2009, in Uncategorized, by SSC

Google released a new software called O3D yesterday. It is a broswer plug-in which will bring accelerated 3D graphics to browsers such as Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE), Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari , Linux and Google’s Chrome. Google O3D works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Google hopes that the technology will be built directly into browsers eventually.

Google OCD allows developers’ Web-based JavaScript programs to tap directly into a computer’s graphics card chip, which means better games and other applications. Google has uploaded a video demo on its blog post with some information about Google O3D.


A video of Goggle O3D demo after the break.

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Sharp has unveiled its latest and very impressive netbook: Mebius NJ70A. It is expected that Sharp will be announcing Mebius NJ70A in the coming press conference soon. Some of the features include 10.1″ display with an Atom N270 CPU, and Intel 945GSE Express Chipest, 160GB of HDD and web cam. Most importantly, it features an integrated 4″ optical sensor LCD with led backlight and 853 x 480 resolution, one of the first to be seen in a netbook! The Mebius NJ70A netbook will be in stores in Japan within the next couple of month.


Gallery and more information about Mebius NJ70A netbook after the jump.

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Gallery: More photos taken using LG Arena KM900

On April 22, 2009, in Uncategorized, by KLS

Here are more photos taken using the latest LG flagship mobile, the Arena KM900. We thought the first sample photo gallery wasn’t quite enough so we took it to the The Gadget Show Live last week for a few more shots. Any feedback or questions about its camera, we’d be happy to answer!



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Sony unveils new Blu-ray player and BRAVIA theatre systems

On April 22, 2009, in Uncategorized, by SSC

Sony has unveiled their new Blu-ray player (BDP-S360) and three new BRAVIA theatre systems: new HT-SS360, HT-SF360 and HT-FS3 surround sound systems which provide high definition sound quality to create superlative home theatre experiences.

The Sony BDP-S360 is an upgrade to the previous BDP-S350 model and comes equipped with Sony’s Precision Cinema HD Upscale technology, which means it can convert standard definition signals, customers can use their existing DVD movie libraries, to 1080p providing a near high definition picture.

Sony’s new home theatre systems boast Sony’s S-AIR wireless technology, so you don’t have to worry about messy wiring.


Details and full gallery of the Blu-ray player BDP-S360 right after the jump…

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