Yesterday, Sony Ericsson announced the new Xperia ZR, an Android smartphone which is expected to feature the highest level of water-resistance for capturing photos and Full HD videos underwater. This Android smartphone offers leading technology and content with a 4.6” HD Reality display, 13 megapixel fast capture camera, Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 Pro quad-core 1.5 GHz processor, and 4G LTE.
We’d like to thank xqisit again for sending us the new and latest xqPRO, we’ve had a brilliant time using and testing the xqPRO, but as always we’re here to point out what we liked and didn’t like about the speaker (check out our unboxing gallery if you haven’t done so yet).
DSLRs offer fantastic image quality and photography experience, but the bulkiness and weight of DSLRs have always been a downer which have made more compact mirrorless cameras more appealing to those who don’t want to compromise. The latest offering from Canon DSLR however comes with no compromise, its technology packed and Canon also claims it to be the world’s smallest. Also known as the EOS 100D in some countries, the Rebel SL1 measures 116.8 x 90.7 x 69.4mm, and weighs only 407g, the SL1 is 25% smaller and 28% lighter than the T4i and 650D.
Its been circulating in the rumormill for a while now, but hopefully all will come to light on Oct 23 when Apple hosts their event. If the latest rumors are true, we could have the so called iPad mini in as little as two weeks or so. According to a source close to a major UK retailer, the iPad mini will release on November 2 in the US and the UK.
Currently, it’s only known that the iPad mini will pack a smaller 7.85-inch screen with an aspect ratio of 4:3 and be available in a number models with different capacities (up to 64GB). An entry level will cost only $250 and higher-end models could cost as much as $800. While the rest of its specs are not yet clear at this time, let’s hope it won’t be too far off from the current third generation iPad.
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If you constant find printing crucial content from your smartphone a big hassle and frequently run into this problem, we’re on the same side. The problem is smartphones are mobile allowing us to take what content we want with us where ever we go however finding a compatible printer doing exactly what we need it to do is not always so easy. That’s where Berg’s Little Printer comes in handy.
When tablets, slates and ultrabooks first launched a few years ago, the lack of a DVD drive were a problem for some. Those who are users of the MacBook Air may have bought a Superdrive for the same reason, we’re just not quite in the era when we can do without an optical drive just yet. This week, Samsung launched the latest, ultrathin and very elegantly designed Samsung SE-218BB, at just 14mm thick, its also 8% lighter than your average external DVD drive.