Monday, November 30, 2009

Nokia E72 Launched In India

Nokia has finally bought the much awaited E72 to India. It has considered being the successor to the very famous Nokia E71.

Samsung Launched New Lightweight Laptop Computers

Samsung’s  latest  laptop  computer  released  in  the   United  States  is a  14.1-inch system  measuring  just    0.80 inches thick and with a very light  weight for   ultra  portability, in addition to a stylish design on the business users’ taste.

t comes in two versions, according to Laptoping, which are Samsung X460-44G and Samsung X460-44P, differentiating by the processor model and speed. Samsung X460-44G is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo P7350 clocked at 2GHz, while the Samsung X460-44P integrates an Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 of 2.26GHz.

Another difference between  the   two lightweight  laptop computers , in  configuration , is the hard drive  capacity,which in the first model’s case can hold up to 250GB and in the second case supports 320GB.

The new 4-pound laptop model is available at NewEgg with the NVIDIA GeForce 9200M GS graphics card with its own 256MB memory, 3GB of DDR3 memory and an integrated DVD burner for CDs and DVDs.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Fiat Bravo

In the list of samll cars, Fiat Bravo is manufactured in the brand name of Italian Auto maker. The name for the Italian car was revised after the name was given to it 'Stilo'. Bravo as a car is available in three door hatchback category and the Brava car an another variant is available in five door hatchback category. Presently available in two engien options one being the petrol and being the diesel version the car is a very powerful one with effective capacity to be offered to its customers.

Spied: 2011 Kia Optima/K5 (TF)

Hot on the heels of the forthcoming domestic launch of Kia's K7/Cadenza, we bring you the latest spy shots of Kia's upcoming replacement for the mid-size Optima sedan, to be called K5 in the Korean market. The current-generation Optima, badged as Lotze in Korea, made its debut in November 2005 and was significantly revised for 2009 with major styling updates. Scheduled to make its Korean debut in April 2010, the upcoming Optima/K5 (code-named "TF") will be a complete redesign. As indicated by spy shots, Schreyer's latest work will also be substantially larger compared to the current model. Stylistically, the K5 is a stunning departure from the mundane style of the generation it will replace. The front end will feature Kia's sleek corporate fascia(for reference, see the new Sorento and Forte) incarnated by Peter Schreyer. As evident in a close-up shot, the K5 will also be available with LED headlights in the Korean market. The side profile is highlighted by a sweeping chrome window sill that extends to the trunk lid. The rear-end will ostensibly resemble the K7/Cadenza. As of now, we have no confirmed details on what engines will be available for the new K5. The 2.4L Theta II 4-cylinder will certainly be one offering, as well as the 2.4L GDI (gasoline direct injection) 4-cylinder with an output of 201 horsepower. In addition, we expect an array of diesel and LPI engines to be offered in various markets. The North American model will likely be available with a 3.5L Lambda II V6 as well. Stay tuned for more information and spy shots in future posts.

An In-Depth Look at New Car Releases for 2009/2010

The outlook of the Korean auto industry is certainly bright as it prepares to be bombarded with a wave of new car launches in the coming months. It is indicative that while American automakers are facing the nadir of their times, the devastating slump has not affected the ambitious Korean companies that are enjoying sales successes both in their home market and abroad. Continue reading for theEXCLUSIVE in-depth look at new car releases in Korea for 2009 and 2010. To kick off the summer car bonanza in Korea, Kia is readying the domestic launch of the automaker's first 2-door coupe, Forte Koup. To be unveiled next week on the 11th, the Forte Koup will feature the same 1.6L and 2.0L powertrains as its four-door sibling and will be priced nearly on par with it. Intriguingly, the "koup" will have equivalent insurance premiums to its sedan counterpart. The Forte Koup will go on sale next month. Renault Samsung is preparing for the launch of its redesigned SM3 compact sedan. The current model, based on the Nissan Bluebird Sylphy, will be replaced by a larger model based on the new Renault Megane. Despite the significant increase in size, the New SM3 will receive major fuel economy improvements that will put the car at the top of its class. The SM3 will be available with either a 1.6L or 2.0L engine, mated to a CVT (continuously variable) transmission. Production has already begun last month, so look for the New SM3 to reach showrooms next month. Hyundai will roll out updated versions of the i30 hatchback and Avante (Elantra) sedan for the 2010 model year. The i30 will receive minor equipment upgrades such as redesigned wheels, but the main highlight is the addition of a more powerful 2.0L Theta II 4-cylinder engine alike the 2010 Kia Forte. The Avante is slated to undergo its first facelift for the 2010 model year. Revisions and upgrades include a new front and rear fascia, black-bezel headlamps, intelligent DMB navigation, push-start button, and a blue Supervision dashboard cluster. The 2010 i30 will go on sale in July, while the revised Avante is slated for a late August release. Hyundai will unveil the production model of the long-anticipated Avante (Elantra) LPI Hybrid on July 15th. The prototype already made its formal debut at the past Seoul International Motor Show. The automaker's first production hybrid car will run on LPG (liquified petroleum gas) and achieve an estimated fuel economy of 17.2km/L. Hyundai emphasizes affordability for the new hybrid technology, and will price the Avante LPI Hybrid around 20 million Won. Hyundai originally planned to begin sales of the hybrid this September, but has pulled the release date earlier to July 22nd. Hyundai will continue its series of new debuts with the unveiling of the all-new Tucson (LM) this August. The compact crossover will bear the styling of the ix-onic Concept revealed earlier this year, a much needed departure from the aging design of the current model. In an effort to further distinguish the Tucson and the larger Santa Fe, the redesigned Tucson will only be available with four-cylinder engines. The state-of-the-art 2.2L R diesel engine, co-developed between Hyundai and Kia, will also make its way into the Tucson. This coming September will be hotly anticipated as Hyundai will formally unveil the sleeker, redesigned Sonata (YF). The new Sonata features a more rakish, 4-door coupe design, and will pack a standard 6-speed automatic transmission. The new Sonata will reach American shores in February 2010. In the same month, GM Daewoo will release the local market version of the Chevrolet Spark, badged as the Matiz (M300). The prototype was already unveiled at the last Seoul International Motor Show and changes are only going to be a few. The new Matiz will be a radical departure from the current model, which is essentially a reskined version of the original model that debuted in 1998. Kia Motors will officially unveil its new premium sport sedan, code-named "VG", in late November this year. The "VG" made its concept debut as the KND-5 Concept at the last Seoul International Motor Show. Penned by Kia's design guru Peter Schreyer, the "VG" will slot below the Opirus/Amanti and be available in three powertrain options (est. 2.4L, 2.7L, and 3.5L V6). The "VG" will also be sold in North American markets early next year. Kia Motors also plans to take the wraps off its "YN" compact MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) this coming December. Launched in concept guise as the No3 Concept at the last Geneva Motor Show, the MPV received garnered spectacular press and public praise for its stunning design and slick practicality. Unfortunately, Kia will market the "YN" exclusively within the European market.

Ducati expected to launch in Indian roads in 2010

Today Automobiles markets are emerging in India in very fast rate. Most of the new generation is very exciting about the new bikes in Indian markets. Bikes are very popular among them. Hence there is a big market for Two Wheelers in India and to seize this big automobile field lots of companies are launching their new range of bikes in upcoming years also.


There seems to be some kind of electrical problem behind the Brabus S V12's dashboard. The wire from engine to tachometer has clearly shorted with that from gearbox to speedo, because when we accelerate flat-out in this 640bhp Mercedes SL600 the needles on both instruments flick across their dials at the same rate. I jest, but only slightly. They almost do.

With the possible exception of the 1988 Le Mans-winning Jaguar XJR9 and a dragster powered by a jet engine, this is the most powerful car I've ever driven. At 1750rpm it develops 757lb ft of torque and would develop a large chunk of that even further down the rev-range if Brabus hadn't programmed the engine management to pin the torque back a bit to save the powertrain, the rear tyres, your no-claims bonus and the world.

This is what they do at Brabus's factory in Bottrop, in Germany's industrial Ruhr. A fully-loaded SL600 is ordered from Mercedes-Benz. The engine is then hoiked out and completely stripped down. The cylinders are bored out to 83mm and a crankshaft with a 96mm stroke is ordered from a specialist crankshaft manufacturer in the UK because, says Brabus, the Brits make the best cranks (they should see the British crank at evo who has spent ΂£30,000 on a Ford Capri). In go 12 steel conrods (Made in England) and a dozen 9.0:1 compression ratio German Mahle pistons. That little lot brings the cubic capacity up from 5.5 to 6.3 litres, which is a nice number if you know your M-B performance history (yes, the late '60s 300 SEL 6.3). Different camshafts are fitted and the engine management is re-written, along with countless other honings and fettlings. The result is an engine that cranks out 640bhp at 5300rpm - and costs ΂£27,500.

The standard five-speed automatic is pulled apart and fitted with stronger clutch packs, then popped back in again and an oil cooler fitted. You can see it through the bespoke Brabus front skirt on the front offside of the car. The differential on this car is standard SL600, but Brabus is developing a full-on lsd that will slip less than the standard unit.
The Brabus S V12 looks seriously gangsta in black. The wheels are Brabus's own 20in Monoblock alloys in 9J at the front and 10.5J at the back with rubber band-like 255/35 ZR20 and 305/25 ZR20 Contis front and back respectively. Ah, the tyres. These are the most suitable tyres that Brabus could come up with but unfortunately they're not rated above 310kph so the S V12 has had to be limited to only 194mph. This is a bit of a bugger if you're being hassled by an Enzo or a Macca, but don't fret too much over this detail because I can assure you that most other vehicles on the road are not going to be a problem.

Just a short squirt from Bottrop is autobahn A31. This is the Bonneville of Europe. It runs for about 35 miles and then finishes, just like that, in the middle of the countryside. The beauty of it is that you can stooge around at the end, waiting until nobody has joined it for a few minutes. Then you can take off safe in the knowledge that you'll have a clear run for a few miles to the first exit. The only snag is that the S V12 covers that distance in just a few moments.

We mentioned earlier that the SL600 base car is fully-loaded. We meant it. Heated front seats with cooling fans and the back massager gizmo, telly and nav, you name it, it's here. And all this lot brings the SL's weight from a standard 1915kg up to 2000kg. Do the sums and you'll see that this gives us a power-to-weight ratio of 320bhp per ton, which, as evo readers know full well, isn't that massive. Cut out some of that weight and the Brabus SL would manage an even better performance than its 0-62mph time of 4.3sec and 0-125mph in 13sec. But this car wasn't built to rule Santa Pod. Its trick is decimating everything on the autobahn from 100mph upwards. The initial acceleration from, say, 60mph is not particularly shattering by modern high performance standards, but how it continues to gather speed certainly is. Ever driven a Suzuki Cappuccino and seen how it rips to its limited 90mph and then stops? The same with the Brabus, except that it blasts to 190mph and stops. We do it loads of times. Slower car (and most are) gets in the way, brush the brakes; car moves over, squeeze throttle and we're at one-ninety again.

Sometimes, though, we have to more than brush the brakes. Two tons takes a lot of stopping. More anchorage than a factory set-up could manage, that's for certain. The S V12 uses 12-piston Alcon front callipers (another verse of God Save The Queen, please) and whopping 375mm discs, and four-piston callipers and 355mm discs at the back. Aral racing brake fluid is used because these mighty retarders get so hot that they'd boil standard fluid. A temperature strip on one of the front callipers has gone off the scale at 380 Fahrenheit. They struggle, but they do the job. Time and time again.

The A31 is beautifully smooth, which is a blessing because it only takes an errant ant strolling across the tarmac and under the Contis to send mighty shocks up through the tyres, through the seats and up through your cooled and massaged backside. Sven Gramm, Brabus's tyre-smoking PR man ('I'm not really allowed to burn rubber,' he says, 'but sometimes I misjudge the throttle'), looks horrified when I move to press the damping control button.
Apparently if you select the sport setting the ride firms up so much it's an instant visit to the spinal injuries clinic. And that's on smooth German roads. Then there's the traction control, which Brabus has the technical capability to disable (merely switching off a stock Benz's traction control doesn't remove Big Brother entirely) but doesn't since a large chunk of its business is repeat business and it's keen not to have any customers wipe themselves out. To further improve this already dynamically excellent car, Brabus re-programs the ABC suspension to lower the car 15mm.

It's mad, this car. Mad, beautifully engineered, both by Mercedes-Benz and Brabus, and gloriously excessive. Is it worth ΂£35,000 over the standard ΂£95,440 SL600? Well, if you do a bhp per/΂£ calculation it certainly is, especially when compared with a Ferrari 575 Maranello. And do you need 640bhp when you can already get an SL55 with 493bhp? Just remember, when the pedal hits the firewall you've had what you've got. Better be sure it's enough.

Volvo XC60

It is a concept car by Volvo, which is slick and stylish. The car's exteriors are similar to the Ford Iosis concepts and is different from what traditionally Volvo makes. The car's interiors are quite stylish and overall the car has very good looks. The car will have floating console-dash panel. Volvo XC60 is based on the platform of Land Rover LR2. The car is expected to be available for buyers in the year 2009.

The car was revealed in production form at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show. It went on sale in Europe in late 2008, and is scheduled to go on sale in North America in 2009 for the 2010 model year.

Volvo will produce the XC60 with both gasoline- and diesel-burning engines. In North America, only the gasoline-engine will be available. The XC60 shares technology with the Land Rover Freelander of 2007, using a modified version of the Volvo P24- platform. The Land Rover LR3 will set the stage for these corporate siblings to enter the market, as much of the engineering and tuning of this CUV was done by Volvo in Sweden, only offroad capabilities were done at Land Rover in England.

2010 Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR

If you thought the Dodge Viper was going to slither away quietly into the night, you were wrong. This is one hissing serpent that's going to go out in a blaze tire-smoking glory. Fresh off its production car lap record of 1:33.915 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, the 2010 Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR will make its world debut at the 2009 L.A. show

2010 Roush Mustang 427R Unveiled

After all the teases and all the hype the 2010 ROUSH 427R Mustang makes it's grand entrance into the public eye at their Livonia, Michigan assembly plant. At the unveiling a silver metallic 427R Mustang coupe and a torch red convertible were on hand. This time around Roush is the first aftermarket performance company to bring their car to market. This is also the first time Roush has been able to offer a supercharged Mustang for the launch of a new body style.


If you have a really keen eye, then you'll probably notice the subtle exterior updates to Nissan's line of 2010 sedans -- the Altima, Maxima, Sentra, and Versa. For the average bystander, though, these four-doors will scoot past with little reaction. Perhaps a, "Hmm, there's something different about that Nissan," but not much more. Ditto for the freshened interiors, all of which get minor tweaks, mostly with the electronics (audio and nav) and gauge clusters. Not that these changes aren't welcome and noteworthy, mind you; they've all been implemented to improve aesthetics and functionality, and to that end, they all succeed. Below is a rundown of the subtle but significant updates to Nissan's 2010 sedans.


Range Rover has unveils the new 2010 Range Rover Sport that comes with an improved interior quality, a revised exterior design, and new engines.

Range Rover Sport (2010) comes with optional of three new engines: a 5.0 liter V8 petrol version, 3.0 liter twin turbo diesel, and also a supercharged version of the 5.0 liter engine. However, the 3.6 liter TDV8 engine also available for the 2010 Range Rover Sport.

Along with a re-designed exterior and interior, 2010 Range Rover Sport also comes with improved Active Damping, new brakes, and an updated Terrain Response system that features the Dynamic setting which has been designed for “sporting on-road driving”.

Range Rover Sport (2010) features e-TERRAIN TECHNOLOGIES, a surround camera system with tow assist, and high beam assist.


Nokia E71 is the successor of E61 and E61i but has very good form factor compared to both of it’s predecessors.E71 is a slimmest QWERTY phone from Nokia .It is one of the best phone which provides both business and entertainment features into it.It’s design has removed any doubt in the craftmanship from Nokia. It has slim , sleek ,and stylish design with robust build quality.It has all the wireless features a phone can have (including 3G) and also the battery life is very very good.It is one of the best smart-phone at a very competitive price.It comes fully equipped for easy-to-install and easy-to-use professional and personal email using Microsoft Exchange.The Nokia E71 has a large battery backup of around 10 hours. It is one of the most successful phone from Nokia and is jugdged as the No.1 mobile phone by many of the experts and users.


NOKIA E63 actually ’ON’ my NOKIA E63 itself. I am thinking that this may be the very first review on MS actually typed on a mobile device. This is a smart phone as tagged by its manufactured however the smartness of the device is limited by its service provider. Its Airtel so far in my case.

Here is a glimpse of its features:

1.QWERTY Keyboard: Well, I am brave enough to use the same to type this review. It isn’t that difficult, but yes it would be easier for someone who has matchstick sized fingers. The keys are soft and very familiar to normal computer users. I would go ahead to say that NOKIA certainly researched ergonomics as well as the most common actions well. Keys like @’?,. / are just one click actions. It was a pain on my RIM Blackberry.

2. Convenience button: It is as the name says right in the centre and just below the screen. It does the most common actions for the menu/screen active like dialing a number, pressing ’enter’ while typing or surfing the internet. It is well supported by a rectangular shaped button covering ti from all sides. That is the navigation key with the resultant movement of the cursor in all 4 directions.

3. Internet Browser: This is the NOKIA standard, however one can install any of the available mobile browsers. This closely replicates the IE interface with the option to zoom in/out to fit the small screen or to read the print in decent font size. It supports JavaScript and SSL 2.0. It also allows multiple windows simultaneously, however runs out of memory with more than 5 windows in tandem. That’s ok for a mobile device, what do you say?

4. Shortcut Keys: It has 4 such keys - Home,Calendar,Contacts & Inbox. Reaching any one of them through any other route is however like locating the ’Paranthe wali gali’ at Chandni Chowk by a newcomer.

5. Camera: Its 2.0 mp with 4x digital zoom and a flash. The quality of images can be adjusted to low,medium and high keeping the storage memory in mind. It can record video with the same resolution.

6. Storage: It has an inbuilt storage of 128 MB with a 1 GB micro SD card provided with the handset as default. It is expandable up to 2GB.

7. Wide screen display: I am looking straight into it and feel it is 2.5 x 2.0 inches. It supports 16.7 million colors. It is good enough to watch videos, type multiline SMSes and of course type this review!

8. Music: Again decent quality music can be played with a loud volume. It is however better with the supplied headset where the stereo capabilities can be felt. Do not compare this with SONY walkman phones.

9. Radio: It can play good quality FM radio once the headset, which also has the antenna, is fitted. It also has an Internet radio, which the suckers Airtel do not support.

10. Bluetooth: It allows transfer of data with any bluetooth device. I find it easier than fiddling with USB cables to connect, although that is also supported. Yes,you need to purchase a USB cable seperately.

11. Mobile OFfice: This makes it possible for the handset to be used as a wireless modem. The bandwidth is a function of the provider.

12. Quick Office: This is apparantly NOKIA’s version of MS OFfice. It has equivalents of Word,Excel,PowerPoint and are not difficult to use, although it needs practice. I have the ambition to create a presentation on it one day, just like I a, writing a review using a handset today (Soma, sitting next to me is probably thinking what made her marry this nerd, coincidently, this was the very first train we boarded just after marriage).

13. Voice aid: It reads out names, commands and options. Its useful when it says out the name of the person from the contacts list, when he makes a call, and I am like driving.

14. Voice recorder: Its useful to record any phone talk or simply anything worthwhile. I am yet to try that out.

15. Video call: Its there but just in theory as we are not yet 3G enabled. A 1x1 mm video camera facing you is supppsed to do the job.

16. Phone: Before I forget to mention, it is a phone too. I just rejected a call while typing. The voice clarity is good, with or without the loudspeaker.

17. Battery: It works out for 3-4 days with decent phone and moderate GPRS usage for me. Not a single point has gone down so far since I started typing this review. It has few more features which I don’t care about like Java games, GPS etc.

The only glitch I have noticed so far is that it hangs up if you try to receive a call when the network is weak. The only way out is a reboot. Well that’s something so much Microsoft like.

I have been using this handset for little over a month now for all this analysis and feedback. .....and before you forget, let me remind you that I wrote this entire review on the same handset itself and uploaded to MS over GPRS.

Purchase Price:INR 14500
Talk time (minutes):180

Fiat 500 Abarth

Fiat 500 Abarth was recently tuned by Romeo Ferraris, an Italian tuning firm and racing car builder has reported that has taken part in the ‘6 Hours of Vallelunga’ endurance race in Italy that held on November 22 with its specially developed Fiat 500 Abarth competition model.

RIM BlackBerry Curve (8530) Phone (Sprint / Verizon)

Released for Sprint and Verizon Wireless, the slim BlackBerry Curve (8530) combines a QWERTY keyboard with a touch-sensitive optical trackpad -- instead of the traditional trackball -- to make navigation reliable and responsive. RIM integrated dedicated media keys along the top of the handset to control music and videos. Users can take pictures with its 2.0-megapixel camera with 5x digital zoom, then upload them to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Additional features includes a large color display, music player with a 3.5mm stereo headset jack and built-in GPS and Wi-Fi capabilities.

The HTC HD2 is, as you'd imagine, a pretty big handset. With a 4.3-inch screen, it's hardly going to be a compact device, although HTC have done a good job of keeping the sides of the phone quite tight to the edges of the screen. This means that although it has a large display, the phone itself is still pocketable - though just barely. The HD2 actually measures in at 67mm x 120.5mm x 11mm (2.64in x 4.74in x .43in), making it quite a wide and long device, though still remarkably thin. It is this thin profile that is key to keeping the HD2 from feeling huge in your pocket. However, the HD2 weighs a fairly hefty 157g (5.54oz), so you may need a belt to keep your trousers up...

When you first lay eyes on the HTC HD2 you'll almost certainly be drawn to the huge 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen display, which completely dominates the front of the phone. The display is bright and colorful, and has a WVGA (480 x 800 pixel) resolution, giving it more than twice the pixel count of the iPhone and most current Android handsets. Bright sunlight legibility seems fairly good, and the screen is very responsive to touches, for the most part. Also, being the first capacitive screen on a Windows Mobile device, this means that it's also the first Windows Mobile device to feature multi-touch, for pinch zooming gestures and the like.

Above the huge display, HTC have managed to squeeze in an earpiece, ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, and a status notification LED for notifying of missed calls, messages, and low battery. The five main hardware keys on the HTC HD2 are all located below the display, with keys for: call send, home, the Windows menu, back, and call end/power. These keys all have a nice tactile click and cool white backlighting. The only other hardware keys on the phone are on its left side, which houses the volume rocker. Otherwise, the right side is completely bare, as is the top of the phone. However, the bottom edge features both the micro-USB port for charging/data and the 3.5mm headphone port.

The rear of the HTC HD2 is clad in a dark grey/black soft touch plastic, except for the battery cover, which is made from brushed metal. Just above the battery cover is the lens for the 5 megapixel autofocus camera, which protrudes from the back of the handset quite a bit. When the handset rests on its back, it rests on the lens, which probably isn't the best thing for keeping it scratch-free. To the right of the lens you'll find the dual LED flash for the camera, and to the left you'll find the loudspeaker grille.

Friday, November 27, 2009

2010 Rolls-Royce Ghost

Rolls-Royce announced the name for its new model series which until now has been known as RR4 or 200ex concept.
The new luxury car will be called the Rolls-Royce Ghost.
The company did not release any details of the Rolls Royce Ghost but production will begin later in 2009 on its own dedicated production line at Goodwood but will share paint,
wood and leather workshops with the phantomseries of cars.

Sony Bravia KDL-40S5100

The Bravia KDL-40S5100 is an entry level LCD from Sony.
The Bravia S series TVs get the upgrade to 1080p but not to 120Hz refresh rate.
Even without the 120Hz, this gives the budget minded consumer affordable access to a 1080p LCD from a top tier manufacturer.
The KDL-40S5100 should be friendly to your power bill because of it's light sensing,
dynamic backlight technology and it's Energy Star 3.0 compliance.

3 HDMI inputs give you enough space to get your sources plugged in and a PC input lets these TV function as a nice,
if large, PC monitor.

Samsung LN32B460

You'll be surprised at the big, bold colors that this 32" LCD HDTV delivers. Its images are lifelike and crystal clear. The picture quality is sharp. And action scenes look like they should--with smooth motion. The classic black bezel also has a new twist--the bottom bezel and neck are transparent, creating a more modern look. Enjoy your favorite movies and TV shows in bright, vivid color with this SAMSUNG LCD HTDV.


Acer H233H bmid 23″ LCD Display

Acer has revealed a brand new LCD DISPLAY ,

The H233H bmid 23″ display which is not only sleek by gives you cinematic quality video right into your living room.

The salient feature of this LCD display which caters a boasting SensorTouch technology that allows one to change the setting without shuffling with buttons or dial.

The features of the ACER H233H LCD display include:

  • 23″ widescreen
  • 0.265mm Pixel Pitch
  • 1,920 x 1,080 (Native and Maximum) Resolution
  • 75Hz (Maximum) Refresh Rate
  • 5ms Response Time
  • 40,000:1 Max (ACM) Contrast Ratio
  • 300cd/m2 Brightness
  • 160° (H)/160° (V) Viewing Angles
  • 16.7 Million Colors
  • 6 + Hi-FRC Bits
  • 1x HDMI, 1x DVI (HDCP), 1x VGA Inputs
  • Two 1.5 W Speakers
  • Vesa 100MM Wall Mount
  • Internal Power Supply
  • Energy Star Compliant
  • Price tag of #229.99

nokia n97mini

STUTTGART, Germany – Following in the footsteps of its bigger, older brother, the Nokia N97 mini was unveiled this morning atNokia World 09. Sporting new homescreen widgets and a host of usability improvements, the N97 mini still packs 8GB of storage, a 3.2-inch touchscreen and full QWERTY keyboard into its 14.2mm thin frame. It’s also the first Nokia device to sport Lifecasting with Ovi – a new partnership with the world’s largest social network, Facebook. The N97 mini is based on the same tilt display design of its N97 big brother, built into a smaller body complete with new design touches. Lifecasting enables users to update their Facebook status directly from the device’s homescreen. It doesn’t stop there though as location details can also be updated, enabling a whole new level of social sharing and communication. With the ability to completely customise the homescreen, users will be able to make their N97 mini truly unique.

The 3.2-inch touchscreen opens up a new world of software improvements including flick scrolling and a range of new experiences including new homescreen widgets. What’s more, the software update will also be available next month for existing N97 devices.

The Nokia N97 mini works seamlessly with Ovi Store where users can add new applications, widgets, ringtones and other content to their device. It also sports Ovi Maps and comes with integrated A-GPS and compass along with with voice navigation for driving or walking. Over 155,000 points of interest are also available through Lonely Planet guides and restaurants through Michelin Guides.

Up to 12 days standby time are on offer and up to 28 hours music playback (in offline mode). The 5-megapixel camera comes with dual LED flash and video light, along with a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens. The 8GB of on board memory can be expanded to 24GB with the addition of a 16GB microSD card.

The Nokia N97 mini will be available next month for an estimated retail price of EUR450 before taxes and subsidies. Check out our preview gallery below. And see the Social Media Release here.