Sony Cyber-shot TX200V and WX70/WX50 eye your pocket


Sony has outed a trio of new Cyber-shot digital cameras, including a slimline

flagship, the DSC-TX200V, and a pair of affordable point-and-shoots, the DSC-

WX70 and WX50. The TX200V measures in at a pocket-friendly 95.5 x 58.3 x 16

mm but still manages to fit in an 18.2-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, 26mm 5x

optical zoom and a 3.3-inch Xtra Fine TruBlack OLED touchscreen.

TX200V

 18.2 MP “Exmor R” CMOS sensor
    26mm equivalent lens with 5x optical zoom, 10x virtual zoom via “Clear Image

Zoom” technology
    “Extra High Sensitivity” technology enhances low-light shooting capabilities
    Lightning-fast AF speed of approximately 0.13 second in daylight, 0.25 seconds

in low-light (speeds may vary based on shooting conditions)
    Beautiful, slim reinforced glass design with 3.3-inch (8.3cm) Xtra Fine™ Tru-

Black OLED wide touch-screen
    Waterproof (up to 5m,16 feet), dustproof and freeze-proof (up to 14oF)
    Captures 13 MP equivalent still images while shooting video via “Dual-Record”
    Full HD Movie Shooting capability (1920×1080/60p) and Optical SteadyShot

Active Mode
    Photo Creativity interface and 9 “Picture Effect” options for creating unique,

custom-styled photos and video

               WX70


    16.2 MP “Exmor R” CMOS sensor
    3.0-inch 921k dot LCD touch screen
    25mm equivalent lens with 5x optical zoom, 10x virtual zoom via “Clear Image

Zoom” technology
    “Extra High Sensitivity” technology enhances low-light shooting capabilities
    Captures 12 MP equivalent still images while shooting video via “Dual-Record”
    Full HD Movie Shooting capability (1920×1080/60i) and Optical SteadyShot

Active Mode
    9 total “Picture Effects” options, allowing for creative, custom styled photographs

WX50


16.2 MP “Exmor R” CMOS sensor
    2.7-inch LCD screen
    25mm equivalent lens with 5x optical zoom, 10x virtual zoom via “Clear Image

Zoom” technology
    “Extra High Sensitivity” technology enhances low-light shooting capabilities
    Captures 12 MP equivalent still images while shooting video via “Dual-Record”
    Full HD Movie Shooting capability (1920×1080/60i) and Optical SteadyShot

Active Mode
    9 total “Picture Effects” options, allowing for creative, custom styled photographs
    Available in silver and black

Motorola Wi-Fi-only Droid Xyboard


A 3G enabled tablet with 10.1 inches capacitive touchscreen, dual camera, LED flash, bluetooth, mini HDMI port, 4G supported & runs on v3.2 Honeycomb OS which is upgradable to v4.0.

General
Product Name    Motorola Droid XyBoard 10.1 MZ617
Category    Wi-Fi Only
Brand    Motorola
Model    Droid XyBoard 10.1 MZ617
Sim    NA
Network
GSM/CDMA    Wi-Fi Only
3G/EVDO    Yes
Dimension
Size    259.9 x 173.6 x 8.8 mm
Weight    599 g
Design    Tablet
Operating System
Name    Android
Version    v3.2 (Honeycomb), upgradable to v4.0
Display
Screen Size    10.1 inches
Resolution    800 x 1280 pixels
Touch    Capacitve
Hardware
Processor    Dual-core 1.2 GHz
RAM    1 GB
Graphics Chip    PowerVR SGX540
Internal Memory     16/32/64 GB
Expandable Memory    NA
Connectivity
WiFi    Yes
Bluetooth    Yes
HDMI    Yes
USB    Yes
Camera
Rear / Resolution    5 MP
Focus    Autofocus
Flash    Yes
Video Recording    Yes
Front / Resolution    2592 х 1944 pixels
Battery
Capacity    7000 mAh
Talktime    10 hrs.
Standby Time    hrs.
Multimedia
Radio    No
FM Recording    No
Media Player    Yes

Honda City Diesel Price in India, Specifications and features


Honda is going to launch Diesel version of Honda City in the Indian market. The decision has been taken due to the rising demand of diesel engine, as the price of petrol is increasing day-by-day. The diesel version will have 1.4L  iCTDi (intelligent Common Rail Turbocharged Direct Injection) diesel engine. This car will be competing with all the other diesel cars like Hyundai Verna Transform, Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Vento.


The Diesel Version of  Sedan is expected to be faster than its Petrol Version and would be able to reach 100 kmph within 10 sec. The price of Diesel Variant of Honda City will be nearly 11,00,000 Rs.

Specifications:

    Car type: Sedan
    Segment: C+ segment
    Displacement: 1.4 litre, 4 cylinder
    Maximum power: 110 Bhp
    Ground Clearence: 160 mm
    Engine Type:
    -Diesel
    Brakes:
    -Front: Disc brake
    -Rear: Drum brake
    Seating capasity: 5 seater
    Steering Type: Power steering
    Gears: 5 speed manual transmission
    Body colour bumpers
    Tachometer
    Fuel Tank Capasity: 42 litres
    ABS
    Parking Sensors
    Airbags

Monitor Privacy Trick !Only Customized 3D Glasses can View its Content


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Today, there is an interesting news that everyone will feel good to know about. Actually, we have got some more privacy option for our Monitor that will allow to view its contents to only those who had wore its customized 3D Glasses. Sounds Interesting! icon smile Ultimate Monitor Privacy Trick Only Customized 3D Glasses can View its Content
There we got some technique through which we can make our LCD monitor screen “White” for a common eyes but it will be a full functioning Monitor for those who will wore 3D Glasses.

All this happen by a simple technique.  LCD’s frame is first removed followed by cutting out its polarized film with the help of utility Knife.and some more precaution methods are taken while these steps. After that, glass is removed from the 3D lenses, then they are combined with the plastic films removed from the monitor and then inserted back to their frames.

All this results in the White screen of the monitor . And a person who didn’t wore those customizes 3D glasses will not be able to see its contents. You can check more about it in the video attached below.

Top features in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich


1. Android Beam
This feature makes use of near field communications (NFC) technology to allow users to share information more conveniently. You simply need to tap two compatible devices together and items such as links, contacts and map location will be transferred. You can also share apps, though this doesn’t mean a complete transfer of the application. What happens is that the person receiving the information will be directed to Android Market where he/she can download the app from there.

2. Improved camera app and editing
The camera application in Android 4.0 has been overhauled, adding many new features. The Galaxy Nexus boasts of having “zero shutter lag”, which means the user can take photos continuously, with less risk of missing a shot.

A panorama shot feature has also been added, so you need only to pan the handset across a scene and the phone will stitch together a panoramic shot.

Photo-editing features have also been added so basic tweaks like crop, rotate and sharpen can be easily done. In addition, there are also filters so creative effects can be added. Some manufacturers (HTC, in its Sense UI, for example) have previously added these features in their custom camera apps, but having them native in Android will definitely be welcomed by users.

3. Face unlock
Similar to what you find on some notebooks, you can now use the front-facing camera to unlock the phone. The device will use face recognition to see if it’s really a registered user trying to get access–an alternative to keying in a passcode. It’s nice to have, but we doubt it will make the phone more secure than it already is. The demonstration of this feature didn’t go that well during the Samsung-Google event, but we’ll be sure to try it out when we get the Galaxy Nexus.

4. Voice typing
Android has had voice-recognition capabilities for some time now, allowing you to search by talking to the phone. This feature is now expanded so you can type by talking. If this works well, it will be a boon for those who have their hands full and need to send an email or text message urgently. We are a little concerned that Asian accents may be hard for the OS to recognize, but that’s something we’ll find out later after trying it

5. People app
Contacts have been improved with the People app, which integrates contact details with social networks in a new interface. The first thing you’ll see is the “Me” profile which lets you add your own details, right at the top of the list. Once you key in your own credentials, relevant details from services such as Facebook and Google+ will appear for all your friends.

6.Screenshot function:

Here you can press the power button and volume key to take screen shots. You can view, edit and share the screen shots in Gallery.

7.Browser: Ice cream sandwich offers 16 active tab that can be opened at the same time and swipe left/right to close them. You get a direct support for web browsing.

8.Camera and share: Quickly slide to the left in the main screen to enter the camera, take pictures with an option to Picasa or other online photo sharing sites to share. Camera supports panorama mode, smile detection, tap focus, Zero-delay camera. For photo gallery the phone has built-in redesigned album layout and improved Picture Gallery widget. In addition to this Android4.0 camera has real-time face recognition, and select the focus point fingers.

Casio G’zOne Ravine 2


Like    itpredecessors, the Casio G’zOne Ravine 2 stands out from the cell phone crowd for its sturdy and ultradurable design. It’s not pretty in the least, but that doesn’t matter when you can take the handset for a swim without giving it a scratch. Similarly, though it doesn’t have a ton of features, call quality is respectable and it offers everything you need for communication. So if you need a device for calling for help while stuck in a sandstorm, the Ravine 2 is a great buy. I just wouldn’t recommend taking photos of that sandstorm with the Ravine 2’s camera.   itpredecessors, the Casio G’zOne Ravine 2 stands out from the cell phone crowd for its sturdy and ultradurable design. It’s not pretty in the least, but that doesn’t matter when you can take the handset for a swim without giving it a scratch. Similarly, though it doesn’t have a ton of features, call quality is respectable and it offers everything you need for communication. So if you need a device for calling for help while stuck in a sandstorm, the Ravine 2 is a great buy. I just wouldn’t recommend taking photos of that sandstorm with the Ravine 2’s camera.

samsung all in one workspace pro WP-4540


The ultimate wireless all-in-one, the WorkForce Pro WP-4540 is twice the speed of inkjets and gives you the World’s Fastest auto two-sided print speeds, automatic two-sided copying / scanning / faxing, and professional quality output while getting up to 50% less cost per page than color laser. Boasting two-sided print speeds of 9.2 ISO ppm (black) and 7.1 ISO ppm (color), this ultra efficient all-in-one features a 580-sheet paper capacity and convenient 5.8″ touch panel. Use the 30-page two-sided Auto Document Feeder to quickly copy, scan or fax one- or two-sided documents. Built-in wireless networking makes it easy to share your all-in-one printer with others. And a 20,000-page duty cycle gives you added peace of mind. Best of all, the WP-4540 offers low hassle, extra large, easy to install cartridges, with a high yield of 2400 pages black and 1200 pages color.