Sunday, April 24, 2011

Logitech Couch Mouse M515

Logitech claims its Couch Mouse M515 is optimized for soft surfaces such as sofas, beds or carpets. No stranger to the wonders and allure of a comfy couch, I was eager to see if it could do better than other pointing devices at navigating a PC from, shall we say, more relaxing surroundings.

Next it was time to try the mouse on a variety of surfaces, and it was able to navigate them all as if it were sliding around on a mousepad. Logitech calls the mouse “easy gliding,” and that’s a true statement. Not only is its sealed bottom resistant to dust bunnies and various fibers, it’s sensitive enough to use almost anywhere. In addition to a leather couch, a cloth couch, various blankets and sheets and a variety of carpets, the mouse was able to track perfectly on granite, slate, all types of wood, and even though Logitech doesn’t recommend it, it did a respectable job of working on a overturned glass bowl I had on the coffee table.

A pleasant surprise was the Logitech “hyperfast” capability that I’ve grown accustomed to with its MX Revolution series. The Couch Mouse gives you a choice of that free-spinning hyperfast mode that works like a flywheel, letting you zip through long web pages in seconds, or press down on the mouse wheel and it goes into conventional click wheel mode. Aside from its unpleasant and unusually loud noise when you press down to click the mouse wheel, the procedure was a welcome convenience.

Besides its versatility, I like the way this mouse feels in my hand. It’s not too small and not too large, and it’s equally friendly to right-handed or left-handed users. The sound of each of its left and right mouse clicks is just right — not too noisy, but giving you appropriate tactile feedback.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Review Logitech G510

The Logitech G510 is a keyboard produced by Logitech designed specifically for gamers. It includes 18 macro keys that can each have 3 macros assigned to them. Bundeled apps for LCD display: Clock/Countdown timer, Performance Monitor, Countdown Timer, Media Display, POP3 monitor, RSS reader and profile selector.

The G510 is offers a few differences from other keyboards in the G-series, despite its similar appearance and feel. This keyboard is clearly aimed at MMO and RTS fans, judging by the 18 macro keys on offer. As with previous G-series keyboards we’ve seen, there are three mode settings that triple the number of assignments, providing 54 different combinations before you even have to look at mapping more macros to the standard keys. There's also the standard Windows-key locker, plus an interesting USB sound card that’s built into the keyboard behind the microphone and headphone ports.

Best buy at


- Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7

- Mac OS X 10.4 or later

- Available high speed USB 2.0 port

- 20Mb of available hard disk drive

- CD-ROM Drive

Logitech Gaming Keyboard G510

Monday, April 11, 2011

Logitech Performance Mouse M950

Laser tracking that works on virtually any surface and a tiny, leave-in wireless receiver put the power to achieve in your hand.

Logitech had announced the Performance Mouse M950. It is a wireless laser mouse which boast the company’s Darkfield Laser Tracking. It also features Hyper-Fast scrolling and come with Logitech Unifying Receiver. The M950 Wireless Mouse is targeted at right-handed users as it features a right-hand shape that fit your hand and four customizable thumb buttons plus a micro-USB recharging system that lets you use the mouse when charging.

Regular laser tracking technology relies on the ability of the mouse’s sensor to detect the textural derails of the surface. The more irregularities a surface exhibits, the easier it is for the sensor to identify reference points that it can use to accurately measure motion. However, because high-gloss surfaces such as glass are almost completely flat, there are not enough details for a typical laser mouse’s sensor to detect.

To track on glass (that’s at least 4mm thick), Logitech Darkfield uses dark field microscopy to detect microscopic particles and micro-scratches on these surfaces., rather than tracking the surface itself. Similar to the way our eye sees the clear night sky, the mouse’s sensor sees the clean areas of the glass as a dark background with bright dots – the dust. Then, the sensor interprets the movement of these dots to track exactly where you’ve moved the mouse.

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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Review Nikon D5100

Nikon announced the new 16.2-megapixel Nikon D5100 Digital SLR designed for those ready to artistically express themselves and need a versatile camera that can keep pace creatively. The Nikon D5100 D-SLR houses a host of new and innovative features aimed at giving photographers the tools to shatter creative constraints and tell stories with amazing image quality and stunning HD movies.

The Nikon D5100 includes features designed to enhance the shooting experience, including an impressive new 3-inch, super sharp 921,000-dot Vari-angle LCD screen and full HD (1080p) movie recording with full-time autofocus. The 16.2-megapixel D5100 is also the first Nikon D-SLR to provide in-camera effects that can be applied to both photos and movies to deliver even more creative expression.

Nikon D5100 Key Features

Tuesday, April 5, 2011


SkyPix is very practical for those who need to collect materials in library or anywhere else. You can scan and save your needed things with the little cordless scanner that comes with a microSD card supports the images size up to 8.5×50-inch and the resolution up to 600dpi. Two AA batteries can provide it up to 180 scans.

The SkyPix Handheld Scanner is a cordless portable scanner that captures important documents, letters, magazines or recipes directly to a microSD card. As you move the scanner over an area as large as 8,5-inch x 50-inch, its sensitive color image sensor scans at high (600dpi) or standard (300dpi) resolution, and then saves captured images as JPEG files on a microSD card.

Skypix Cordless Handheld Scanner 600 DPI Resolution