Ergonomic Mice by Goldtouch

Posted November 30th, 2013 by Hashim
Filed Under: Peripherals

ergo-mouseWorking for hours on computer gives a good toll to some of your body parts. Most people will think about eyes but they forget that they are also using their hand continuously to operate mouse and fingers to scroll and click. To look into how much manual work your finger does alone, let’s take a case of computer professional who work on his computer using some software which requires mouse clicks. The micro switch that is in the mouse has a life cycle of 10 Million which means after 10 million clicks, the switch may fail. This should give you an idea that how many clicks he does every day as the mouse don’t last for the life time of the computer but it’s one of the part which is changed often.

To make life easier and increase productivity, use of ergonomic mice is suggested. These are specially designed to provide better grip and more comfortable holding position. With ergo mouse you can greatly reduce the strain on your hand and fingers that are caused by use of ordinary mouse. After long working sessions on PC, if your wrist feel strained and you find it painful, it’s a general sign of the ill effect of mouse. Once you switch to the ergo mouse, you will never use ordinary mouse again. It might take few days to adjust but once you get used to it, it will be the only mouse you want to use. Questions may arise that then why not every mouse is built like this? Answer to which is manufacturing cost. It takes lots of research and development to continuously refine the design and manufacture these ergonomic mouse and hence they also sell for slightly higher price than ordinary mouse.

There are different type of computer users with different pattern of mouse usage, therefore Ergo mouse are available in different designs making sure that every type of computer user gets the best of it. Also there are wired and wireless models which work on both Mac and PC. Just like most other mice, these too are plug and play type and require no driver installation.

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Sennheiser PC gaming Headsets

Posted November 30th, 2013 by Hashim
Filed Under: Gaming, Peripherals


Sennheiser Electronics launched two high-end PC gaming headsets, the G4ME™ ZERO and G4ME™ ONE. Sennheiser has developed these headphones such that they sound better both for general consumers and the gamer.

Game developers put great effort into creating complex and realistic soundscapes for games. “By collaborating with Io-Interactive and by launching the new PC gaming headsets G4ME™ ZERO and G4ME™ ONE, Sennheiser takes pride in making sure that gamers get to hear the high-level of acoustic quality and details that the developers intended you to hear,” says Christian Ern, Director Product Management, Sennheiser. “The incredible comfort and convenience of our new headsets means that there is virtually nothing between you and the game.”

G4ME™ ZERO and G4ME™ ONE represent a new era in professional gaming headset design. Increased emphasis has been placed on ergonomics and supreme comfort for even long periods of gaming. Meanwhile, top-of-the-line noise cancellation technologies in the built in microphones ensure clear communication during online or multi-player gaming. Smart features such as intuitive volume controls integrated into the ear cup and the ability to instantly mute the mic simply by lifting the mic boom, mean that there are fewer distractions so that you can stay focused on the game experience.

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Top 5 Tech Toys this Holiday Season

Posted December 19th, 2012 by Hashim
Filed Under: Digital camcorders, Entertainment

Chances are, your holiday wish list has a decidedly 2012 flair to it.

Sweaters? Sure. Mittens? Maybe. Tech toys?

No doubt.

Here’s five that ought to find their way onto your list:


$650 (autographer.com)

Ages: Grown-ups

Needs: Nothing. Unit is all-inclusive.

The Draw: it’s an intelligent camera worn around your neck. Five sensors fused in one algorithm detect your best photo ops – and hit the button for you. Editing’s up to you. It comes with a 136-degree wide angle lens, 8 GB internal memory and Bluetooth, all in a unit just 22.93 mm thick and 37.4 mm wide.

Web site: http://www.autographer.com/#home

Crayola Digital Light Designer

$59.99 (ToysRUs.com)

Ages: 6 and older

Needs: 2 AAA batteries, 4 D batteries (not included)

The Draw: It’s Lite Brite’s high-tech, no-dozens-of-tiny-parts replacement. It’s a cone-shaped, glass dome you write and draw on with a stylus, in as many as seven colors. It comes with eight games and activities, and an animation option. It’s mess-free drawing with light, with memory to save 50 creations.

Web site: http://www.crayola.com/products/digital-light-designer-product/

iTikes Map

$60 (itikes.com)

Ages: 3 and older

Needs: 2 AA batteries (included)

The Draw: Some kids can use apps better than adults. The iTikes Map covers animals, dinosaurs, astronomy, and more. Adding apps with satellite Internet broadband makes it a 3D experience. It includes a smart pen and kid-friendly app environment. Games come in three difficulty levels.

Web site: http://www.itikes.com/

Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS20 Camera

$349 (buy.com)

Ages: Grown-ups

Needs: 1 x Li-ion rechargeable battery (included)

The Draw: For point-and-shoot, this camera’s pretty impressive. It has 20x ultrawide-angle zoom lens; GPS; semi-manual and manual shooting modes; upgraded low-light photo quality and fast-shooting performance. The big draw is the zoom range for a unit just 1.1 inches thick.

Web site: http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/DMC-ZS20W

Sifteo Cubes

$129.95 (barnesandnoble.com)

Ages: 7 and older

Needs: Charging dock, wireless radio (included), computer nearby (not included)

The Draw: Think space-age Lego blocks. Sifteo cubes interact with each other wirelessly and also to you, by touch and gestures. A set of three 1.7-inch cubes comes with puzzles and games on full-color LCD display; expand the fun by downloading more and adding cubes, as many as 12 at a time.

Web site: https://www.sifteo.com/product

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Get your dream smart phone now

Posted July 6th, 2012 by Hashim
Filed Under: Cellphones

Android operating system started a whole new market of smart phones, earlier people who bought smart phones had limited choices of sets because those phones had operating system owned by a single brand and only that brand can use that OS, for example Blackberry and Nokia used their own OS and would never allow any other cell phone maker to use their OS. With the release of Android which is an open source operating system allowed any cell phone manufacturer to use the OS and develop smart phone. Result is now we see so many smart phones in market but since hardware requirement of this OS is quite demanding, these smart phones are priced quite high. Email marketing by online shopping stores tempt us to buy these devices by sending mouth watering images of these gadgets but sure with a price tag that will make most of us budget go for a toss. Fortunately there is a service which can help you in owning your dream phone. It’s a wonderful service for which many people vouch for. Just click here to check out their website. Whatever phone you name and they have it, even the premium phones of Apple are available like iPhone 4S and other costly handsets from brands like Samsung, Blackberry, HTC etc. The recently launched Galaxy S3 cost even more, new handsets always cost more and older ones price go down. If you are unable to buy your dream phone since long them it’s time to think about contract phones. Do checkout the link in this article for more information.

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MacX DVD Ripper Pro Giveaway

Posted October 20th, 2010 by Hashim
Filed Under: Entertainment, Handhelds, Portable Video

What’s the use of big shiny screens of your iPhone or even bigger screen of iPad if you don’t have enough videos in it to watch and show your friends? You must be having a good collection of DVD’s at home and in your personal computer which you purchased from DVD store or downloaded from internet to watch on computer. Now, you can carry all those videos by ripping those DVD’s to your iPhone or iPad and watch it whenever and wherever you like.dvd-ripper-pro.jpg

MacX DVD Ripper Pro by Digiarty Software as the name suggest is a DVD ripper software for Mac but due to its popularity it’s available for Windows also, what’s even cool is that Digiarty is giving away this software for free for limited time period. This giveaway is valid till 28 October 2010.

The MacX DVD ripper for Mac software allows you to rip DVD to MP4, H.264, MOV, FLV, MPEG, M4V, AVI, QT(QuickTime) with high quality video/audio. The New-DVD-Backup feature let you copy DVD to single video file with original video quality and 5.1-channles AC3/DTS Dolby audio. Rip encrypted DVD to iPhone iPad iPod and iMovie, MacX DVD Ripper give you the easy way to rip all type of encrypted DVD and copy-protected DVD (remove DVD CSS, region code, RCE, Sony ArccOS, UOPs, Disney, etc).

Giveaway Page URL: http://www.macxdvd.com/mac-dvd-ripper-pro/

DVD Ripper Giveaway

1. For Mac users, download the full version of MacX DVD Ripper Pro by click “Download for Mac” button, and use the license code BD-TGTXUVYO-OONQRP

2. For Windows users, just click “Download for Windows” button, download and decompress the zip file and use the license code in the file to activate.

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