I was quite amazed the first time I read about pico projectors. For the longest time, projectors were very expensive machines, especially when LCD projectors came out. Only those with really deep pockets could afford it, and even when it did drop in price it was still something you have to think about if you want to take the plunge. [Read more…]
Apple has yet again upgraded its line of all-in-one iMacs, this time offering video-friendly 16:9 displays capable of displaying high definition video.
You can choose from either a 21.5-inch or 27-inch widescreen LED-backlit display, capable of at least a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution (up to 2,560 x 1,440), with up to a 3.33GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor or the new 2.8GHz Intel Core i5 — a first for Apple.
Toshiba has got quite a bit of mileage from its Camileo camcorders, and late last week it announced a further three high definition models: the S20, H30 and X100.
Let’s take a look at their features in turn.
First up, the Camileo S20 is touted as one of the world’s slimmest HD camcorders, at just 17mm thick, yet it still packs in a 5-megapixel CMOS sensor capable of shooting in full 1080p high definition video.
Everyone’s buzzing about the Nokia Booklet 3G, the mobile manufacturer’s planned entry into the netbook market. Here are five reasons why I might put off my netbook purchase until this baby comes along. [Read more…]
The LEGRIA HF21 is a dual-flash memory camcorder offering 64GB of internal memory (that’s around 24 hours of HD recording) and serves up a huge range of features including 15x optical zoom, face detection, video snapshot, dynamic image stabilisation and low light shooting.
The Optio P80 features a 12.1-megapixel 4x optical zoom lens, a beefed up face recognition that claims to assess 32 faces in 0.03 seconds including those annoying individuals who insist on tilting their heads in photos, smile detection, high definition 720p recording, and a triple anti-shake system that works on both images and movies in normal and low-light conditions.