Nowadays there is an increasing need to electric energy and there’s no better way to save it than to carefully use it only when needed. Although saving energy seems easy, it’s hard to track how much energy are you using and are there are any limits that you’re exceeding. In order to help you track how much energy are you using, solution comes from 4Home and Marvell.
Recharging your portable devices and gadgets has always been challenging work, especially if you’re always on the move. If that’s you, then you might want to check out this new device from nPower named PEG.
When it was released in 1974, Rubik’s Cube has been a huge hit all over the world. It was a simple toy, but who would even dream that Rubik’s Cube will be used to produce energy?
We all know how much power saving is important nowadays, since our resources are limited. Therefore we must search for innovative solutions that will help us to save power, and in order to help us with that GE (General Electric) has announced its Smart LED bulb.
Apple has given the MacBook a much needed upgrade to its specs. The processor jumps from 2.13GHz to 2.26 GHz, the HDD from 160GB to 250GB, while the 2GB of DDR2 RAM has been swapped for the same amount of slightly faster DDR3 memory. Visible changes include a new rubber bottom, glass multitouch trackpad, LED backlighting to go with its 13.3-inch display and a non-removable built-in seven hour battery which has already been seen on the MacBook Pro.
Since the UK Apple store has just re-opened, we can now report that the new pricing for the above MacBook will be £799 which isn’t bad at all considering all the new premium features you’ll be getting.
LCD TVs take on CRT models in a specially organised football match. See how the different BRAVIA LCD models use their individual backlighting talents to outfox their opponents. The BRAVIA range of LCD TVs offer a wide selection of different backlighting types, from ultra-thin Edge LEDs to energy efficient HCFL.
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Sharp has introduced its LE700 series LED TVs, using edge-lit LED backlight technology instead of CCFL. Unlike Sony, Samsung, Toshiba and Vizio, Sharp’s LE700 series have no local dimming function.
The lack of local dimming means that, in tests, the blacks in bright scenes won’t be on par with the best of those TVs above. The Sharp LE700 series lack both video streaming and use of Yahoo’s widget platform for services such as Amazon or Flickr.
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