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Samsung Galaxy Tab review

Ilse Jurrien
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Monday 20th, June 2011
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

The Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet can be comfortably held in one hand, just like holding a Smartphone, although you will notice its weight after a while. I put the tablet flat on the table to keep working with it. Operation is intuitive and the tabletís buttons in combination with the touch control make it easy to navigate. The memory card slot for the microSD / SDHC cards and the SIM slot are found on the side of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. In addition, the on/off button and the volume button are neatly integrated into the side. The front of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, there is a VGA camera for video calling, and a 3 Megapixel digital camera is on the back.

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Apple iPod Touch Review

Posted by: Dennis Hissink Saturday 15th, December 2007

The 16GB Apple iPod touch came in a surprisingly compact reatail box; only inches larger than the Apple iPod touch itself. The iPod box contains a quick guide in 6 languages, Apple earplugs, a USB cable, an iPod connector with a transparent hook, a polishing cloth for cleaning the iPod and of course the iPod itself. The iPod touch comes with a fully loaded battery, so it is not necessary to charge the battery before using the iPod touch. The Apple iPod touch has only one dedicated button at its disposal, just as the iPhone, with one function to return to the main menu or in case screen deactivation is on, to activate the screen of the Apple iPod in combination with a sliding movement on the touch screen.

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DXG 521 Roadster media center

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Monday 5th, March 2007

DXG USA, one of the fastest growing digital camera manufacturers, announced today the new DXG-Roadster all-in-one Personal Media Center that lets you take your entertainment on the road wherever you go. The DXG-Roadster (Model DXG-521) is the only device youíll ever need to capture precious memories and keep you entertained while traveling. The Roadster is a combination 5 Megapixel digital and video camera, video game and music player with FM radio, voice recorder and storage device, with 32MB of internal storage and an SD slot for additional memory. The DXG-Roadster has a suggested retail price of $199 and is available immediately through leading retailers and the DXG internet website.

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Portable video and picture player

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Monday 5th, March 2007

Perfect for travelers, avid photographers or just a quick road trip to visit family and friends, the Smartparts Portable Video & Picture Player provides a clear crisp display of digital video and pictures on its 7-inch viewable hi-definition LCD screen. This Portable Video & Picture Player allows users to view their video and photos directly from a camera or camcorder's memory card as well as play their music anytime allowing them to bring their digital media anywhere. This versatile new player features convenient AA Battery or AC adapter power options, built-in speakers, a headphone jack, MP3 player capability, remote control, USB Flash drive and AV output for easy TV viewing.

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Both the traditional photographer and the camera trade, have always turned up their nose at the camera-phone. The PMA 2011 emphasizes mainly the traditional photography, albeit in a digital way. In terms of image quality, the photographer is right, while the camera cell phone is nowhere near able to come up with the same high quality that puts digital photography ahead of mobile imaging. However, when we consider the possibility of sharing, and the fact that a mobile phone is always at hand, we should not underestimate the impact of mobile imaging. Mobile photography is continuously subject to innovation, and the speed at which these technological advances take place, is at least impressive. Perhaps the PMA 2011 will adopt mobile imaging as a permanent phenomenon?