Saturday, October 09, 2010

Panasonic TX-P42C10B Review: 42 Inch HD Ready Freeview Plasma Television

Since its founding in 1918, Panasonic Corporation, formerly called Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. Of Japan, is the largest Japanese manufacturer of electronic products. It's also the 89th-largest company in the world in 2009, according to Forbes Magazine, and it's also among the top semiconductor sales leaders in the world today. The company continues to be a producer of popular, and top-of-the-line home entertainment appliances, non-electronic products and home renovation services. Here's a look at the beat features of the Panasonic TX-P42C10B Plasma Television.

Panasonic – One of the First to Produce Energy-Efficient Plasma TV's

Panasonic has been in the business of manufacturing superior-quality Plasma TV sets for many years. It was the first electronics manufacturers to build the energy-efficient Plasma TV, which company engineers stress only consumes half the electricity it used to. The company's engineers have also overcome the problems associated with the excess reflection of ambient light made by conventional Plasma television sets. The development of the Panasonic TX-P42C10B attests to the ingenuity of the engineering and design team at Panasonic.

The Energy Efficient TV Set

The Panasonic TX-P42C10 Plasma TV set consumes around 195 watts of energy when in use, and only 0.7 watts when in stand-by mode. It also comes equipped with features such as the Hotel Mode,Q-Link, VIERA Image Viewer, Aspect Control and Child Lock. The Child Lock feature prevents your kids from watching specific channels or TV programs that are unfit for them. The television set's Energy Saving Mode also helps reduce your monthly power bills.

Amazingly Large Screen

The Panasonic TX-P42C10 measures 42 x 107 cm, which makes it an impressive and large, yet energy-friendly home television system. The TV provides 1,024 x 768 resolution, as well as offer an aspect ratio of 16:9, along with a contrast rate of 2,000,000:1. The TXP42C10 is also HD-TV compatible, in the tradition of the Panasonic VIERA series, which is known to produce high-quality and best-selling Plasma television sets.

Probably one of the best attributes of the Panasonic TX-P4210B is its wonderfully stylish exterior design. The TV set weighs only 28 kg, with or without the stand, and its dimensions are 1,029 x 709 x 321 mm. In addition, it includes a real black drive system, further enhancing its overall look and feel. It's also available in a classy black colour, providing that perfectly sophisticated, conservative yet stunning futuristic look and feel.

This truly smart TV unit also effectively supports free angle viewing, and also comes equipped with progressive scan picture in picture features, Vreal picture enhancement, digital text, digital audio broadcasting, digital video broadcasting, auto setup, auto scan, RF loop, 7-day electronic programme guide, teletext, fastext, UHF and VHF tuner, sleep timer, child clock and CI slot.

The Samsung Galaxy S Is The Real Deal

One of the most eagerly anticipated Android smartphones of recent times, the Samsung Galaxy S has recently been released, and judging by the online reviews, has proven to be a hit thanks to its versatility and range of features.

Utilising features such as the Android OS, a 4 inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi internet connectivity and a 5 megapixel camera, it has something for everyone.

The handset measures 122.4x 64.2x 9.9mm which is similar in dimensions to a number of other smartphones, but actually slimmer than most. It is also lightweight at 119 grams, which is impressive for a phone with so many features built in.

The 4 inch screen utilises super AMOLED capacitive technology to provide a dynamic and engaging method of navigating the TouchWiz 3.0 UI. Multi-touch input, accelerometer and proximity sensors are all included, as well as the Swype test input function. The latter is a simple yet ingenious method of entering text quickly. It allows users to slide their fingertip from one letter to another on the onscreen QWERTY keyboard, without it leaving the screen. With a little practice, test entry speeds can be greatly reduced, making the Samsung Galaxy S a perfect companion for those who send a lot of text messages or emails.

Both vibration and ringing alert users to incoming calls and messages, with the added bonus of supporting MP3 and WAV ringtones. This feature allows users to assign tracks from their music collection to customise their ringtone, therefore hearing the song of their choice whenever the phone rings.

In order to connect to the appropriate cellular networks, the Samsung Galaxy S relies on class 12 version of both GPRS and EDGE. To surf the web, areas with 3G coverage allows speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps to be achieved. In order to gain a faster web browsing experience, Wi-Fi connectivity takes advantage of local wireless networks where available, i.e. when the handset is in proximity to a wireless internet router, in commercial, domestic or public locations.

A handy 5 megapixel camera is on hand to take great quality snapshots, in a pixel resolution of 2592x 1944. Autofocus, touch focus, face and smile detection are all included as standard, making the task of taking great photos as simple as possible. As you would expect from a smartphone of this calibre, the camera can also shoot video, and this is in 720p HD quality. Thanks to a TV-out port, the handset can be connected to an HD TV to enjoy the footage and pictures in all their HD glory.

The winning combination of Android OS (v2.1) and a 1GHz processor means the Samsung Galaxy S is both versatile and powerful. Demanding applications operate with ease thanks to the power of the processor, whilst the Android OS provides access to the Android Market, which similarly to the Apple AppStore, allows users to browse thousands of apps from numerous categories, and then download them to the UI. This gives the Samsung Galaxy S unlimited potential in terms of versatility and functionality.

Thanks to the above features, the Samsung Galaxy S provides a great option, whether you are looking for a smartphone to provide a portable web browser, entertainment device, or even a workplace productivity tool.

The Nokia N8 Features A High Performance Camera

The Nokia N8 is a new smartphone from the mobile giants, which is their new flagship unit for 2010. With stunning features such as a fabulous 12 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi internet access and the Symbian 3 OS, it has caught a lot of media attention since its release, and has proven popular.

With competition from the likes of Apple, Blackberry and HTC amongst others, the Nokia N8 is exactly what the manufacturer needed to show it is still an innovative and forward thinking company.

Measuring 113.5x 59.1x 12.9 mm, the handset is similar in dimensions to many other smartphones, with an appearance that conveys both durability and style. It is also lightweight at a mere 135 grams, making it a comfortable unit to hold and operate with one or two hands. There are a number of colour variants available ranging from dark grey, silver white, green, blue and orange, adding to the aesthetic appeal, a smart move in an age where mobile phones are also viewed as a fashion statement.

Navigation of the Symbian OS 3 user interface is achieved thanks to a generously proportioned 3.5 inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen. This does a great job of displaying images and videos thanks to a pixel resolution of 360x 640, which is capable of displaying up to 16M colours. The screen features both accelerometer and proximity sensors as well as multi touch input method and is manufactured from scratch resistant materials.

Vibration and ringing are both utilised to alert users to incoming calls and messages along with the added bonus of being able to assign MP3 and WAV music files as ringtones. Handsfree communication is a breeze thanks to a built in speaker phone system, as well as a 3.5mm audio jack.

A generous 16 GB of internal storage is provided for storage of all your data and files such as music tracks and video files. Although this is sure to prove adequate for most users, the Nokia N8 also features an integrated micro SD slot which can accommodate a memory card of up to 32 GB, meaning there is the potential to achieve up to 48 GB of storage!

Class 33 GPRS and EDGE provide the Nokia N8 with connection to its appropriate mobile networks, whereas the handset relies on 3G coverage to gain internet access at speeds of up to a respectable 10.2 Mbps via and HSDPA connection. Wi-Fi is also included meaning users can enjoy a faster internet connection when local wireless networks are available.

One of the most outstanding features of the Nokia N8 is its 12 megapixel camera. This has an operating pixel resolution of 4000x 3000 pixels, meaning the images are of stunning quality, even when zoomed in. Of course, the camera can also shoot video, and this is in no less than 720p HD quality. By utilising the HDMI port, the handset can be connected to and HD TV to enjoy the footage in all its glory.

There are so many reasons to love the Nokia N8. Whether you are looking for an advanced camera phone, a powerful web browser, portable multimedia player, or even a productivity tool for the office, the Nokia N8 ticks all the boxes. The added bonus of a variety of colour schemes means that this is one of the most comprehensively appealing handset currently available.

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Playstation 2 in my home

Evening is my home not working normally. With mixed feelings of pride I should be greeted wiz me, my first child was a grade 3 primary school. Have not even reached the gate house, he fled the occasion of my face alight with a series without question again rebut his black bag that contains a shower inside. Arrive arrived cheer delighted when he saw the contents of the bag, during which he is craving . "Playstation 2", which so written on the board. A toy video games that he has long requested to buy it. During this, if I to the rental front of the house, he took his brother at home although I do receive any moment. Although a few compelling, I also buy the game. This is my child be 'game mania'. At home there are several games that the media have provided my mobile phone, computer and PS1 but only to play outside or rental to the PS2.

If children have hobbies that gaming is somehow in mobile phones, computer games or other media, do not be tamed, just let him enjoy the children. Games are not always a bad impact on the education of children provided with a good time is divided, when children must learn, the time when children eat, when to get him playing time. Games such as electronic game console can also train children how to think, solve problems, set strategy and the other. The negative impact can occur when children play without time restrictions. It also harm us as parents. Just imagine if a child play the game without stop, the child especially eyes will be tired, besides the cost of electricity will be inflated, and will reduce the age of electronic equipment used to play the game. That is, without the guidance of parents can work something negative or positive.

Thursday, June 07, 2007

AGLOCO Viewbar is ready to Download !!!

This is New Email from Agloco send June,6 2007 - 16:21:41

Dear Uus,

We are pleased to report that your AGLOCO Viewbar has been released and is ready for you to download now. Since you signed up with AGLOCO, our community has continued to grow even larger, stronger, and more active. With the Viewbar software, we are excited for each Member of the AGLOCO community to begin earning their share of the wealth generated on the Internet.

Here is how to download and launch your Viewbar:

1. Go to the AGLOCO website at and login to get to your Member Account page. There is now a “Download the Viewbar” button on that page.
2. Simply click the Viewbar download button and follow the download directions. Please click “Run” when offered to Run, Save or Cancel.
3. You will need to enter your Account ID# (or email address) and your AGLOCO account password to activate your Viewbar.
4. After you download the Viewbar, you can launch it for first time by going to your Windows Start Menu and clicking on the AGLOCO Viewbar Icon.

If too many Members are downloading at the same time you may not be able to get immediate access to the Viewbar (a “timed-out” or “no access” page may appear). If this happens, please try again after a short while. If you have a Norton firewall you may be asked to allow access to “viewbar.exe” and “update.exe” (please check “Permit Access Always” for proper installation of the Viewbar).

The Viewbar is currently available for Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista and will work with IE (Internet Explorer) or Firefox browsers. When ads start to appear on your Viewbar, please be aware that the Viewbar ad targeting system will not be fully active at first (this will not impact your accumulation of AGLOCO hours).

If you encounter any problems during the download process, please send your questions to so that we can assist you.

Dan Jorgensen
Member Coordinator

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