Archive for January, 2010
This earphone cable adapter and converter is 11 in 1 set. Comes with USB adapter and converter, 2.5mm to Mini USB converter, 2.5mm to USB converter, 2.5mm to 3.5mm audio converter, 3.5mm to 2.5mm audio converter, audio spitter cable, fish bone earphone cable winder, strap, AA Powered Emergency charger, and there also comes with SD memory card reader.
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RAmos T11TE Full HD PMP Player comes with 5 inch Touch LCD, 800×480 pixels. adopts Korea Telechips chip and Indepedent DAC audio chip. It is compatible with MP3,WMA,WAV,AC3,OGG,FLAC music formats, DAT,MPG,MPEG,VOB,MP4,MOV,AVI,DVD Video,ASF,WMV,MKV,TS,RM,RMVB full HD seamless video formats. Remote control, OTG function, TV-out, Stopwatch, Calculator and E-book etc.
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Ramos T17FHD MP5 Player comes with 4.3-inch LCD, 800×480 pixels resolution. HDMI digital high-definition 1080P TV output, compatible with PAL, NTSC TV system. Using remote control, get perfect videos. With OTG function, no need PC to transfer data. adopts AMLogic video decoder chip, compatible with MKV, RMVB, AVI, MOV, MPG, MPEG, DAT, MOV, MP4, TS multiple video formats. compatible with MP3, WMA, WAV, RM, OGG, AAC, M4A, FLAC, APE music formats. Other functions include speak-out, E-book, voice record, FLASH playback etc.
Onda VX575+ MP5 is the full HD MP4 player that adopt 5.0 inch extreme large 800*480 pure colour TFT display screen. Offering you extraordinary visual enjoyment. Compatible with RM/RMVB, MPEG(AVI), MKV, MOV, FLV, MPG, VOB, MPE, DAT, TS video formats, 1920×1080 video playback, SRT title show, so that you can enjoy your lovely movies of the above formats. 8GB ultra – large internal storage and OTG function, enables you to store most of your favorite files. Exceptional performance makes your life more wonderful!
Looks like everyone wants a slice of that steaming-hot e-reader action these days. Right in front of us here is the Tianji — or in our language, Phecda, a distant star — iBook EB-605, which is purported to be launched by Lenovo at some point this year (and we first heard about such plan back in December). Features include a 6-inch electronic ink display, Samsung ARM 400MHz processor, newspaper subscription, music player, picture browser and support for a variety of digital book formats including EPUB (hooray!) and MOBI. ZOL also spotted the SIM card-like icon at the top, which might suggest a thing or two about its wireless capabilities, and estimates a price tag of under ¥2,000 ($293). No word on international release yet, but hey, the more the merrier either way!
Update: eagle-eyed reader charlied spotted this e-reader in its no-frills form from Oaxis. The good news is that WiFi and SD card slot are featured as well, but no mention of a SIM card slot so ZOL‘s probably wrong about that icon. Shame.
How long does it take for a smartphone to go from two hundred bucks on contract all the way down to a big, fat goose egg? If you’re Bell — and the phone is the Palm Pre — the answer is right around five months, apparently. Following its August release and a couple of mid-course pricing corrections, Bell’s now making Palm’s first webOS-based device available for free just as long as you’re willing to commit to three years at a minimum spend of CAD $50 (about $47) a month. The move likely comes on the announcement of the Pre Plus, perhaps as a preemptive strike against any of its competitors planning on carrying it — and if we were Sprint right now, we’d be paying very, very close attention to these guys.
Looks like the HTC HD2 is getting a little spec bump on its way to our fair shores: the official spec page lists the version bound for T-Mobile US with 1GB of ROM and 576 of RAM, a boost over the international edition’s 512 and 448MB. What’s more, it looks like a bigger 16GB microSD card will come in the box, a big jump over the 2GB stick currently bundled overseas. Not a bad little upgrade — dare we hope that it presages a much bigger bump to Windows Mobile 7 before the scheduled spring launch?
It’d be kinda funny if someone was live-bleeping your profanity, right? Sure, but five minutes later you’d sober up to regret and lingering annoyance. Turns out the Nexus One does it for real, courtesy of Google’s speech-to-text engine — it replaces notorious curses like the F and S words with a ‘####,’ which is a more dramatic take on the Zune HD‘s now-obsolete Twitter censorship. As silly as this sounds, Google has come up with a good reason:
We filter potentially offensive or inappropriate results because we want to avoid situations whereby we might misrecognize a spoken query and return profanity when, in fact, the user said something completely innocent.
Kudos for caring, but it wouldn’t hurt to have an on / off option either — after all, it’s not like we’re asking for pinch-to-zoom here, and we’ll promise to use a swear jar.
Looks like the color-crazy engineers in the Pentax labs are brewing up some new goodies: these images of a new Optio H90 and new orange-topped Optio L10 were briefly up on a retailer site today, and Photorumors managed to retrieve the images from Google’s cache. There’s also an entry for a third Optio, but there was no associated image or info, so there’s at least one surprise left in this world.