Saturday, August 9, 2008
The Creative Vado Pocket Video Cam is a slim and lightweight video camera with a built-in software that helps users to post directly to YouTube or Photobucket once connected to the PC. This gadget is just about the size of a cell phone and fits in your pocket or bag perfectly.
It features two hours of video capacity and one-button recording that makes capturing life on video easy, and with a 2X zoom and excellent low-light performance you'll get great video quality every time you press record.
Just connect Vado's USB plug to your computer and the built-in software takes over. Transfer your videos to your computer or post them directly to YouTube or Photobucket, all at the click of a button.
Godo of Axis Global personally deliverd this unit to the Technews Lab yesterday, salamat 'pre :).
Thursday, August 7, 2008
A birthday gift from Stratworks.
My gadget bag contains PSP, Nokia N82, HTC Diamond, iPhone, Olympus E510 SLR with extra lenses, APC Mobile charger, X-mini Capsule speaker for my laptop, Sony Ericsson bluetooth speaker, Sony NWZ-A828 media player, Philips portable DVD player, Sony VAIO G, iPen for writing purposes,Globe phone cards, extra cash and my latest toy the Samsung i900 aka the Omnia. The Omnia is everything a user could wish for in mobile device.
The still sealed Samsung Omnia in the Technews Lab. The Omnia is introduced today to the members of the media just one day after Globe announced the availability of the iPhone 3G in the country. This device looks and feels just like an iPhone making it the best alternative to the expensive iPhone 3G.
* Network: HSDPA (7.2 mbps), EDGE, GPRS, 850/900/1800/1900
* OS: Windows Mobile 6.1
* Display: 3.2″ WQVGA TFT LCD 240×400
* 5MP Camera (CMOS) with auto focus, image stabilizer, geo-tagging, auto-panorama shot, wide dynamic range, face detection, smile detection
* Video: DivX, XviD, H.263, H.264, WMV, MP4
* Video Recording capable with trim video, audio dubbing, live dubbing, add subtitles and image capture from video
* Audio: FM Radio with RDS, MP3/AAC/AAC+/WMA/OGG/AMR
* Bluetooth Stereo Headset A2DP
* GPS Navigation
The APC Mobile Power Pack could provide your gadget with extra hours of runtime. It could provide up to 55 hours of power for your iPod Nano and Flash mp3 players. Photo shows Michelle of Innovista Technologies charging her iPhone with the Mobile Power Pack.
Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Saturday, August 2, 2008
The contents of this box could monitor any crime being committed in real time. Pretty soon, detecting and preventing crimes would be easier for our law enforcers thanks to this box that came all the way from a friendly government :). I could not say more...