Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Review LG Optimus 2X

LG Optimus 2X is the first dual processor smart phone available. The smart phone comes with a 1GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset, and this feat alone makes it special. This solid phone is just 4.9 ounces (140 grams) and the thickness is 11mm. Check out the review here.


------ GSM 850/900/1800/1900

------ HSDPA 900/1700/1900/2100

------ 123.9 x 63.2 x 10.9

------- 139g

------- Android v2.2

------- Dual Core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor

------- ULP GeForce GPU

------ 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash

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Friday, May 20, 2011

Razer Chimaera 5.1 Wireless Headsets

Razer Chimaera 5.1 Wireless Xbox 360 headsets is a wireless headset for gamers (especially for Xbox 360). This headset used 5.8GHz frequency (range up to 33 feet) with 5.1 Dolby sound systems. With a wi-fi base station, you can connect up to four headsets at anytime. Check out the review from

“Razer has announced a new set of headphones that come in two different versions called the Razer Chimaera. The headphones come in a 5.1 surround sound version and a standard stereo version. Both of the versions are aimed at the Xbox 360, but will work with PCs as well and both of the headphones are wireless.

The 5.1 set has Dolby surround sound and uses 5.8GHz technology with a range of up to 33-feet. The docking station has audio processing tech inside and charged the battery for the wireless effects. Up to four base stations can be connected for team gamers and the ear cups are designed for sound isolation and comfort.

The ear cup has independent controls for the audio and microphone and the mic boom is flexible and detachable. The battery on the 5.1 set will last for 8 hours per charge. For PC use an optional RCA to 3.5mm cable is required. The stereo set has the same features minus the 5.1 love and has a battery good for 12 hours. It will work with the PC with the optional cable as well.”

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Saturday, May 7, 2011

Dell XPS 15 Review

I was surfing for a notebook a few days ago when I came across a review about this cool notebook. The Dell XPS 15. XPS stands for Xtreme Performance System, this notebook is design for gamers who like powerful processor with leading-edge NVIDIA performance graphics. It comes with i5 and 2nd generation i7 processor. These are some of the review that I read from

The new XPS 15 (also called the XPS L501X) is a completely redesigned multimedia notebook from Dell. Sporting a JBL sound-system with subwoofer, NVIDIA GT420M dedicated graphics, and an Intel Core i5 processor, this system is designed with performance and entertainment in mind. In this review, we take an in-depth look at the new XPS and see how it stacks up against the competition.

Our Dell XPS 15 Specifications:

Intel Core i5 460M Processor (3MB cache, 2.53GHz)

15.6-inch 1366 x 768 glossy display with LED backlighting

NVIDIA GeForce GT420M with 1GB DDR3

Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)

6GB DDR3 memory

500GB 7200rpm HDD (Seagate Momentus 7200.4)

Realtek gigabit ethernet and Intel 1000 802.11b/g/n wireless

Bluetooth 3.0

6-cell Li-ion battery (56Wh)

Dimensions: 15 x 10.4 x 1.3-1.5-inches

Weight: 6.21lbs

Build and Design

The new Dell XPS 15 has silver on grey color scheme, using metal panels and plastic for the body. Compared to past XPS designs that were trend setters that distinguished themselves from the lower models, the new XPS doesn't seem to spark much visual interest. In theory, mixing alloy panels with a brushed metal palmrest and backlit keyboard usually yields good results. The redesigned XPS 15 doesn't seem to really set itself apart, though, from the standard Inspiron 15R until you take a much closer look. Standing back five feet, the panels look like average plastic on the exterior, and the body itself even seems more bloated than the 15R. Overall, it seems like Dell missed a big opportunity to make the XPS-series the unique notebooks they once were. The result is a rather bland looking multimedia notebook where its budget-oriented sibling --the Inspiron 15R--outshines it.

Ports and Features

Users who want high-speed data connections on their notebooks will love the Dell XPS 15. Dell configured this system with two USB 3.0 ports, one eSATA/USB 2.0 combo port, gigabit Ethernet, mini-DisplayPort, HDMI-out, and plenty of audio jacks. For expansion, Dell only includes a SDHC-card reader/writer; you don't get an ExpressCard slot to add additional ports in the future.

For full review of the Dell XPS 15, you can go to: or you go to Dell website.