Saturday, August 9, 2008

Fujitsu Lifebook U2010 Unveiled on August 2008

Singapore, August 06, 2008 — Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific today proudly unveils the LifeBook U2010, the successor of the futuristic Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC), the LifeBook U1010, which won over many Fujitsu converts along with a host of worldwide accolades. Mobile professionals, glamazons and urbanites will be enchanted with the computing delights contained in this polished powerhouse and they will

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

ROKR E8 Review: Asian Life Style Rhythm

ROKR E8 is a must have gadget for music lover. The gadget is not only having sophisticated function, ROKR E8 gives new experience in listening music which you have awaited:
- ModeShif technology transforms the gadget from phone function to music player with one button touch
- Innovative Haptics technology which gives tactile response when virtual button is pressed
- FastScroll navigation button enables seeking thousands of song with shifting thumb
- CrystalTalk™ technology which has been patented gives great clearness of call in noisy area.
- Compatibilities with Windows™ Media Player™ 11 enabling transfer of song from PC to ROKR E8

Motorola design the ROKR E8 to ease you to play around music or talks and makes a move out of one feature to the other. Applies ModeShift technology from Motorola, the gadget with quad-band GPRS/EDGE technology only presents button that required by user at the time of they need it with one button touch to change the function from music player to phone function.

In inactive condition, surface of ROKR E8 seen smooth without there are button which seen. When activate, there will emerge virtual key pad number at front face. With one "touch" at virtual music button, phone key pad will lose and replaced with music player button (play, pause, fast forward and rewind).

However, ROKR E8 is more than gadget that operated through "touch". Applies haptics technology, this gadget gives tactile feedback that expected by consumer from traditional keypad and ensures that them has pressed virtual button.

ROKR E8 also starts the debut of new FastScroll navigation button from Motorola, a touch control with varies speed which facilitating user to see all content in phone. With thumb soft touch, button swiftly explores your music content (music mode), contact number (phone mode), calendar (phone mode), or multimedia (imaging mode). Information can be seen easily in QVGA 20" landscape display

In music mode condition, ROKR E8 gives a real nice sound through 3D stereo feature to increase quality of two-canal audio and on-board equalizer. Music can be enjoyed through integrated speaker, with compatible Bluetooth technology stereo headset or through cable headset via 3.5mm jack.

ROKR E8 also help consumer to get new music through integrated FM radio and supports Song ID2 feature. Song ID2 is a great feature that recognizing and presents information of song. User only need to draw near the phone to source of song and phone will analyses and presents the title, artist and even album cover with one button clicks. 2GB internal memory can keep until 1.500 mp3 songs, and external memory can be added until 4 GB by using microSD card. Music can be transferred swiftly through USB 2.0 as well as compatible with Windows Media Player 11.

In phone mode condition, ROKR E8 gives a real good sound quality with the existence of CrystalTalk technology. This phone still can receive a call in downloading condition or music on, messaging, internet browsing and takes picture. Composition and quality material makes ROKR E8 provable and durable. Gleaming frontage, backside from soft aluminum, side button from metal and engraved offering modern style from Motorola.

ROKR E8 Review
Dimension: 115 x 53 x 10,6 mm
Network: Quad-band
Transfer of data: GPRS/EDGE
Weight: 100 grams
Display: 2 inches, QVGA, 262K TFT, 240 x 320 pixels
Memory: 2 GB (internal) and 4GB (addition memory)
Feature: ModeShift, Fast Scroll Navigation, Microsoft Music Ecosystem, 3.5 mm Stereo Headset Jack, Wireless Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP), 2 MP Camera, Airplane Mode, Text to Speech Messages, Crystal Talk
Audio format: MIDI, MP3, AAC, AAC+, Enhanced AAC+, WMA, WAV, AMR-NB, Real Audio (RA) v10
Connectivity: Bluetooth, USB
Battery: 970 mAh

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Wibrain B1E Review: Flexible Navigation

Wibrain B1E
The computer is being small and smaller. After notebook, than comes the netbook (new name of small notebook/laptop) like Asus Eee PC or Classmate PC. Latter also emerges mini model in tablet form or module with shift keyboard which taking idea from PDA. So, this Wibrain UMPC is unique enough because its form more looks like portable console like GameBoy or PSP.

Wibrain B1E basically like the other UMPC which packaged computer in handy form so can be inserted into pants pocket. Wibrain cut the keyboard area becomes 2 parts. Remind us at Nokia N-gage phone. That layout makes user must get used to typing with 2 thumbs. To economize dimension, Wibrain perforce to locate small character button, so do the touchpad area in right side felt less balmy. Fortunately access to gadget still made easy with touch screen which sensitive when receives finger or stylus touch provided.

To execute various applications, Wibrain B1E is powered by VIA 1,2GHz processor (ULV - ultra low voltage). But during usage, this processor spreads the temperature that is felt enough on-hand. Fortunately, UMPC will turn of automatically when temperature exit canal experiences resistance so that make device safe from over temperature. Besides processor, tiny UMPC cooling system likely must always corrected by manufacturer so that more maximum.

With mini 1,8" harddisk with 30GB capacities plus DDR2 512MB RAM (available 1GB version), Wibrain clearly equivalent with Asus Eee or other Classmate PC. But Wibrain internal connectivity is not as complete both peripherals because only provides audio and a USB port connection. This happen of course because space boundary at gadget which only have ½ kg weight. To support more connectivity, Wibrain also provides additional docking which must be bought separately.

Wibrain B1E
Processor: VIA C7-M ULV 1200MHz
Chipset: VIA CX700
Graphic Card: VIA UniChrom Pro II IGP 64MB
Sound card: SigmaTel STAC9200
Harddisk: PATA, Samsung 30GB
Optical drive: Not available
Facility: WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, USB (1 buah), touchscreen, scroll, mic+earphone, VGA-out, Webcam
Display: 4,8 inches, resolution 1024x600 pixel (WSVGA)
Operating system: Windows XP Home Edition SP2
Battery: 4000mAh (4 cell)
Dimension: 19,2 x 8,2 x 2,9 cm
Wight: 524 grams (with standard cell)
Price Range: $699

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HTC Touch Cruise Review: Integrated GPS

HTC Touch Cruise
Need to be noted that this device do not apply SiRFstar III chip which usually used by most GPS device; this device only uses GPS chipset which integrated in processor. But position accuracy in the map application remains provable. Besides map application, in this device there are QuickGPS, what quickens determination time of GPS position with satellite data which downloaded via internet. We also can strengthen GPS signal capture with installing additional antenna in GPS port at rear of body. Of course this antenna is accessories which do not included in the package.

Not like its two younger brothers which have cute looks, this one looks so solid; reminds us at Dopod P800W. It is possible that this similarity because both device still having family relation. Moreover, all devices are equipped by GPS. As a whole, the appearance felt "smoothly" because the buttons is made flat like the casing. The example is the plate below the screen which loading 4 button. Besides the ordinary Call and End Call button, there is GPS and Internet Explorer shortcut button addition. Both shortcut likely is default feature because icon picture graven in iron case and we do not find setting to change the shortcut.

As member of Touch family, its touch screen is beyond question is equipped by TouchFLO. We just need to "press - scratch" the screen with thumb to operate menu that we want. The Home screen uses Live HTC Home, what provides weather information (real-time if GPRS is active), most use application (quick access to most used applications) and ringtone setting. If required, the stylus at the bottom is easy to pull swiftly.

The connectivity is can be said complete; there is Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, and 3G. Unfortunately, Bluetooth has not supported A2DP and AVRCP. About the problem of 3G, we can use Cruise for video-call because in up right corner there are addition of VGA camera. Likely the camera is only use for video call, because we fail to finds this camera setting usage in ordinary camera mode. It’s easy to make a phone call: just push the destiny number, and then push the phone icon in virtual key pad.

Windows Mobile 6 Professional in Touch Cruise is equipped by Direct Push. Hence we can enjoy push mail, with a note that our office use Microsoft Exchange server that supporting Direct Push. The setting of mail account, including free mail account, in this device is easy enough with Auto Setup feature.

Sturdy looks usually not modish; but not be relevant at Touch Cruise. GPS plus connection option to internet will make your office works more pleasant.

HTC Touch Cruise Review

Network: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, UMTS/HSDPA 2100MHz
Operating system: Windows Mobile 6 Professional plus Direct Push Outlook
Memory: ROM 256MB, RAM 128MB DDR SDRAM
Addition memory: MicroSD
Form: Candy Bar
Dimension: 110×58x15,5 mm
Weight: 130 grams
Battery: Li-ion 1350 mAh
Standby Time: to 400 hours
Talk Time: until 7 hour
Display: touch screen, 2,8 inches, LCD TFT, 65k colors
Connectivity between devices: mini USB, Bluetooth 20, Wifi
Internet connectivity: GPRS/EDGE/3G
Camera: 3MP, CMOS, auto of focus (main); VGA, CMOS (second)
Application: Adobe Reader LE, Audio Booster, Audio Manager, FM RADIO, Internet Sharing, JBlend, MapKing, Opera Browser, Quick GPS, RSS HUB, Streaming Media, Voice Commander, Voice Recorder, Zip

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Canon Ixus 80 IS Review: Stylish Ixus for Woman

Canon Ixus 80 IS
This Ixus design is made so fashionable and stylish to draws in all women user.

Its camera body color available from silver, blue, pink, chocolate, and golden. Shapes of Canon IXUS 80 IS body also rounded and oval causing strengthens the stylish impression of this camera which has 8 megapixel CMOS resolution.

Woman and adolescent generally are wishes practical and automation in photograph. One of innovation in photograph is Motion Detection Technology system which automatically boosts up sensitivity of light sensor (ISO/ASA) so camera can get higher shutter speed and can freeze object movement. But this feature active when user using camera at High ISO Auto mode.

Automation also seen from the inexistence of manual photograph feature, like full manual (M), diaphragm priority (AV), and also shutter speed priority (S). But Canon IXUS 80IS has provided various special photograph styles for various light condition and object type. User can choose Kids & Pets, Indoor, Sunset, Foliage, Snow, Beach, Fireworks, Aquarium, and Underwater scene. Moreover, Canon IXUS 80IS figure in Histogram diagrams facility which can be functioned as lighting indicator, tonal range, and detail/texture when take a picture. At least, user can directly compensated the lighting with topping out ISO or decides to use flash lamp help.

Image stabilizer system equipment that working optically at lens - not at light sensor – giving more plus feature at Canon IXUS 80IS. This system hardly helps us when trying to makes a picture with maximum zoom and also with macro system. With closest photo distance reaches 3 cm, we can record the detail/texture of beetle body excellently.

Logically, with more features activated will make photo process to become slower. We consider this thing doesn't bother at Canon IXUS 80IS. We guess this thing is because the support from DIGIC III processor which added to this camera. At best photo quality style, we note lag time between shutter button release with photo record is very small, that is around 0,5 seconds. Meanwhile, if flash lamp is activated, lag time becomes around 1 second.

Canon IXUS 80IS presents photo record with natural color quality, with accurate focus, and responsive for daily photo documentation. No manual menu of course makes it less compatibly to use for them intend to learning photography, but is compensation with many scene for various requirement.

Canon IXUS 80 IS Review

Resolution (pixel): 8 megapixel
Photo resolution (min/max): 640 x 480 / 3264 x 2448 pixels
Video resolution (min/max): 160 x 120, 15 fps / 640 x 480, 30 fps
Record media: SD, SDHC, MMC, MMCplus, HC
Photo File format: JPEG
ISO/ASA: 80-1600
Zoom: 3X optical (equivalent with 38-114 mm), 4X digital.
Shutter speed (1/detik): 1/60 detik-1/1500 second.
Closest Focus distance: 3 cm.
Viewfinder: (Available)
LCD Diagonal: 2,5 inchi.
Connection: USB, A/V output
Battery type: Li-ion rechargeable NB-4L.
Charger battery: (Available)
Dimension: 86,8 x 54,8 x 22,0 mm
Weight: 125 grams (without battery).
Price range: USD 285

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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Add Your Name (or) Application to right click Of My Computer

Caution ..
As it is related to Windows regisrty it can be dangerous
so,Try This at ur own risk

To write your name on right click application
please follow the steps.

1.Copy/Paste the following code in Notepad And then Save it as .reg

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell\Registry Editor]
@="Your Name Or Name of the Application"
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell\Registry Editor\command]
@="Location Of The Application"

Now edit it and then Type your name In


[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell\Registry Editor]

3. If u want to get any application, once you click Your name or name of application
Then , Type the location Of the application Which u want to open In:

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell\Registry Editor\command]
@="Location Of The Application"

For eg.C:\Program Files\Yahoo!\Messenger\messenger.exe
Thats It finally save it And then Run it .

To add Application Control Panel

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\CLSID\{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}\shell\Control Panel\command]
@="rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL"

To add Application Add/Remove

@="control appwiz.cpl"

To add Application Reboot

@="shutdown -r -f -t 5"

To add Application Shutdown

@="shutdown -s -f -t 5"


Tips to recover scratched CD's

1. Spread a cloth on a flat surface and place the CD on it.
2. Then, hold the disc with one hand, use the other to wipe the polish into the affected area with a soft cloth.
3. Wait for it to dry and buff using short, brisk strokes along the scratch, not across it.
4. A cloth sold to wipe spectacles or camera lenses will work super m8's.
5. When you can no longersee the scratch,, wash the disc with water and let it dry before playing. Intersting isnt it? Try it right now
I have used toothpaste with good effects before Ive also used car paint cutting compound on deeper scratches. It does leave lots of smaller scratches (as it is a cutting compound after all) but it will remove the worst scratches in most cases.
ya u r gng to b surely befinited by this Operation

* Fingermarks/prints cause 43% of disc problems!
* General wear & tear causes 25% of disc problems!
* Player-related issues cause 15% of disc problems!
* Remaining Others