• Top 6 Best Tech Gifts for Your Friends or Family on 2012 Christmas Holiday

    Posted on December 14th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    As everyone knows, Christmas is a time for giving, a time for reflection, and a time for buying loads and loads of gadgets – either as gifts, or for yourself. So, what is the best move to pick up the best gadgets 2012 and top Holiday gifts? Very crowded – the shops- are they? Here are some great gadgets that look great on you and greatest when you gift them.

    Whether you’re looking to treat yourself this Christmas or want some inspiration when buying for others, we’ve rounded up enough tech kit to fill a dozen stockings. There are plenty of options including smartphones and tablets. We’ve done most of the hard work for you: all you need do is choose the wrapping paper. Check the below options to know what these gifts are:

    iPad mini iPad mini: Apple’s new iPad delivers all the same features as its bigger sister, just in a smaller, more portable package. Great for frequent travelers, the iPad mini measures 7.87in (full-sized iPads measure 9.5in) and is just 0.3 kg. Its smaller frame lets the iPad mini easily slide into purses or briefcases, and users can hold the tablet with just one hand. The only drawback is that the display is a bit of downgrade compared to bigger iPads, but other specs, such as battery life and cameras, are identical. The cheapest iPad mini is $509.

    Kindle Fire HD

    Kindle Fire HD: Amazon’s 7in Kindle Fire HD touts specs that give Apple’s iPad mini a run for its money and costing nearly $US130 less. The Kindle Fire HD comes equipped with a 1280×800 HD display, dual-driver stereo speakers and dual-antenna wi-fi that, according to Amazon, lets it download content 40 percent faster than the third-generation iPad. The 7in Kindle Fire HD comes in a 16GB model for $US199 and a 32GB model for $US249 – it’s not available in Australia, but can be bought on Amazon’s US online store.

    iPhone 5

    iPhone 5: For those who didn’t join the rush to buy the iPhone 5 the minute it came out, Apple’s latest smartphone would make a great gift. Faster, thinner and lighter than previous iPhone models, the iPhone 5 created a frenzy when it was launched in September, and Apple sold more than 5 million within the first three days of availability. So what’s all the fuss about? Apart from its more powerful processor and thinner form factor, Apple’s latest smartphone also runs iOS 6, Apple’s latest mobile software, and includes the same top-notch retina display that debuted with the third-generation iPad. Now that the rush is over, you can get an iPhone 5 at Apple and resellers for $799, and telcos on a variety of plans.

    Galaxy Note II

    Samsung Galaxy Note II: Can’t decide whether to surprise your loved ones this year with a tablet or a smartphone? Give them both with the Samsung Galaxy Note II. Its half-smartphone, half-tablet design makes the Samsung Galaxy Note II stand out from the slew of other mobile devices on the market today. The gadget comes with Google’s latest mobile OS – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean – along with 4G support and a 5.5in HD display. Samsung also offers its S Pen stylus along with the Note. It is selling now for $899, and on plans from Optus, Vodafone and Virgin.

    Nexus 10

    Google Nexus 10: Apple’s iPad may rule the tablet market, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any worthy competitors out there. Google’s Nexus 10, a 10in, Android-based tablet, is one of them – and it sells for almost $100 less than the fourth-generation iPad, letting you save a few bucks at Christmas. And don’t worry – its modest price tag doesn’t mean sub-par specs. The display on the Nexus 10 actually has more pixels than the fourth-generation iPad’s retina display, plus it runs a powerful ARM Cortex 15 dual-core processor. Google offers a 16GB model of the Nexus 10 for $469 and a 32GB version for $569. Apple’s comparable iPad starts from $539.

    Microsoft Surface

    Microsoft Surface: Microsoft Surface is the perfect gift this year for those curious to test run the software giant’s first go at a tablet. Running Windows RT, the ARM-specific flavour of Windows 8, Surface is a 10in tablet that comes with an integrated kickstand, allowing users to prop it up to watch movies or browse the web hands-free. It starts at $559 and can be bundled with Microsoft’s Touch Cover keyboard for an additional $130 to offer a more laptop-like experience. Another version of Surface, running Windows 8 Pro, is slated to launch in January.

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  • Google Released Nexus 10 with Retina-alike Display and Multiple Users Support

    Posted on October 31st, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Google has officially released the latest Samsung Nexus 10 tablet running on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS. The Nexus 10 configures with a 10″ Tre RGB Real Stripe PLS screen display with up to 2560×1600 pixels screen resolution, which means it reaches up to 300ppi. It is said that the screen could produce quite sharp image, excellent color saturation and provide wide angle for view. The overall performance of the screen display is no inferior to Retina display of the new iPad. Without any doubt, such wonderful screen would produce amazing visual experience to watch HD movies on Samsung Nexus 10.

    Samsung Nexus 10

    Nexus 10 sports a great 10-inch WQXGA 2560 x 1600 resolution Corning(R) Gorilla(R) Glass 2 display with 16:10 aspect ratio and 330ppi. It is powered by a dual-core Cortex A15-based 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos 5250 processor with 2GB of RAM, NFC, dual speakers on the front, Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (MIMO+HT40). It features dual-camera: a 5-megapixel camera on the back, and 1.9-megapixel on the front for taking pictures, video calling etc. The 9000mAh battery promises 9 hours of HD video playback and around 500 hours of standby time. Other common features include: microphone, accelerometer, compass, ambient light, gyroscope, barometer and GPS.

    Nexus 10 also comes with newly announced Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS. The main difference of Android 4.2 and its previous versions lies in home page. It adopts totally different layout from Nexus 7, thus there’s no possibility of disorder like that in Honeycomb and ICS. Another major change is that it brings multi-user account support like in Surface RT (Windows RT) to Android tablets. Users could login in with their own Google accounts and then customize individual home page, apps, etc.

    Nexus 10

    Nexus 10 comes in two flavors: 16GB and 32GB versions. The 16GB version will set you back $399 while the 32GB is set at $499. This is full $100 less than the competing tablet, the new iPad, in the 10-inch tablet bracket.

    Nexus 10 will be available on 13th November 2012 directly from the online Google Play Stores in US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Australia.

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  • Google Officially Released Nexus 4 Smartphone, Nexus 10 Tablet and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

    Posted on October 31st, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Right at the same time while Microsoft launched its Windows Phone 8 on October 29th, Google quietly released multiple long rumored Nexus devices and the brand new Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS. The new Nexus devices include LG Nexus 4 smartphone, Nexus 10 tablet and new Nexus 7 with cellular data network connection support. These wonderful devices and the new OS should have been released on the Android release event, but which has been canceled by the unwelcome hurricane Sandy. Quite surprisingly, rumors about the features of the new Nexus devices nearly all strike the points. Let’s see what these devices come with below:

    Google Nexus

    LG’s Nexus 4

    The Nexus 4 has a 4.7-in., 1,280-by-768-pixel resolution display, a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor from Qualcomm, 2 gigabytes of RAM, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 1.3-megapixel front camera and either 8 or 16 gigabytes of storage. It also has NFC, a micro USB port and micro HDMI output. For bells and whistles, Google is touting built-in wireless charging (though you’ll need to supply your own compatible charging mat) and a Photo Sphere feature that can shoot 360-degree panorama photos.

    As for the price, LG Nexus 4 is set to be $299 for the 8-GB version and $349 for the 16-GB version. Also, in the U.S., the unlocked version will work only with AT&T or T-Mobile, but the latter carrier will sell a subsidized Nexus 4 for $200 with a two-year contract. The phone launches on Nov. 13 in Britain, USA, Australia, France, German, Spain and Canada.

    Asus Nexus 7

    The new Nexus 7 is the same as the old one, with a 7-in., 1,280-by-800 resolution display, a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 1.2-megapixel front-facing webcam and a micro USB port. It weighs 0.7 lb., measures 0.4 in. thick and gets about 9.5 hours of battery life on a charge. Google and Asus simply doubled the storage on the Nexus 7, to 16 GB for the $199 version and 32 GB for the $249 version, and added a 3G option for $299 with 32 GB of storage. (It’ll work with AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S.) The much needed storage boost helps bring the Nexus 7 in line with other cheap tablets.

    Samsung Nexus 10

    This is Google’s first Nexus tablet to compete directly with Apple‘s iPad, and it offers a Retina-beating 10.1-in., 2,560-by-1,600 resolution display as its claim to fame. Other specs include a dual-core A15 processor, 2 GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel rear camera, a 1.9-megapixel front camera, micro USB, micro HDMI and NFC. The tablet also supports multiple user sign-ins, with separate home screens, apps, e-mail and photos for each. The 16-GB model will sell for $399, while the 32-GB model will cost $499, starting Nov. 13.

    All the new Nexus devices would be running on the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS.

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