Thursday, October 21, 2010

Review On Canon Power G9

This Digital Camera comes with 12.1 Mp lens and great performance with tonnes of features. One of my friends purchased this camera and got it delivered few weeks before, after having a thorough analysis read in many websites about digital camera.

First of all, lets talk about the package contents which include The Digital Camera, Battery Pack, A Battery Charger, 32 Mb Memory Card[Seriously very small memory Card], Interface Cable to connect the Digital Camera to the Computer using USB 2.0, AV Cable, Neck Strap, Canon Camera Software Disk & a Warranty Card. Since the camera is not available in India, he had to purchase it through some local stores and one cannot expect any warranty because it was brought in with out any bills.

Specifications: 12.1 million pixels, 4x Digital Zoom with a maximum of 24x when combined with the Optical Zoom. A Huge 3.0Inches LCD which is one the main factor that overcomes when compared to Canon G7 Camera with images captured in 4000×3000 pixels size.

We tried the performance with a 4GB Memory card from SanDisk which comes with a Micromate inorder to transfer the data directly from the memory card to the computer/laptops and this makes us easier in moving the. The memory card supported around 45 minutes of high quality video and I think we can take around 3000 photos of 1600×1200 pixel which is really a very huge amount.

The Canon G9 camera is a highly recommended digital camera based on reviews and features it offers. Hence I may suggest this model for the ones who get their hands on a new digital camera.

Review On BlackBerry Storm

The new Vodafone’s BlackBerry Storm has stormed the market and has attracted the whole world. BlackBerry’s parent company says that this phone is something that will really compete with an iPhone. So, here goes an elaborate review about the phone. The Storm has a clickable touch screen, which is really spectacular. On the Storm, the screen moves under your finger’s pressure, so that when you touch the screen it highlights an option and only selects it when you press down. It’s a simple and highly efficient system that has been inculcated in this phone.

Cutting and pasting text is a major iPhone omission, but that’s overcome here. Touch the screen at the beginning and end of the text and it is highlighted, so you can copy and paste easily. The camera, a 3.2 mega pixel that has an auto focus sensor with flash, outguns Apple’s handset (Apple iPhone’s Review). And unlike the iPhone, all the programs in use stay active even when they’re not on the screen in front of you. But the million dollar question here is how battery-depleting will this be??? Only time can answer for this.

The major drawback of this phone is the lack of Wi-Fi. RIM, BlackBerry’s parent company, says there just wasn’t room, but it is still disappointing. So I think the next step for them would be to inculcate Wi-Fi. On the other hand, the handset is only available on Vodafone, which has an extensive HSDPA enabled network and includes 500MB of data transfer per month (and Vodafone tell us that unless you exceed this regularly, you won’t be billed extra).

So is it an iPhone beater, at last? It’s a tough call. The lack of Wi-Fi is a shame and it’s pretty chunky, though not so wide you can’t use it as a phone comfortably. But the screen, a higher resolution than Apple’s, looks terrific. The clickable touch screen is exceptional and there is of course the BlackBerry email functionality as well. According to my knowledge, Vodafone offers this phone for Rs.27, 990 or $574. So, after all this review, you may get your hands on this phone but at the loss of Wi-Fi technology. For more pictures and videos, click here.

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