Archive for August, 2007

Panasonic released their first DSLR camera

Friday, August 31st, 2007

Panasonic released the company’s first digital SLR camera ‘LUMIX DMC-L10’ in US market, which offers 10.1M Live CMOS sensor and 2.5-inch LCD which can rotate 270-degree.

Combining Face Detection with Panasonic’s Intelligent ISO Control settings, which measures the movement of the subject and sets the ISO level accordingly, helps give consumers crisp, blur-free images.

It is available for 1,300(USD).

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Santa Rosa based tablet notebook pc

Thursday, August 30th, 2007

Fujitsu Korea launched its Santa Rosa based tablet notebook pc ‘Lifebook T2010’ in Korea market, Running on Intel Core 2 Duo U7600 processor, it adopts 12.1-inch wide touch screen, 1GB memory and SATA 120GB HDD.
Suggested price is 2,117 USD

Sony launches portable HDV/DV player/recorder

Wednesday, August 29th, 2007

Sony Korea launches its portable HDV/DV player/recorder ‘GV-HD700′. Weighing 1.2kg, it offers 7-inch LCD, full HD format and All Scan function. Suggested price is 1,498,000(KRW).

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MP3 player with 86-hour playing time with 1 AAA battery

Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

NHC launched its mp3 player ‘ECOLONG(model: LP-10)’ in Japan market, which features 85-hour playing time with one AAA battery. Supporting 1GB memory, it is available for 4,980(JPY).


Dimensions
78×36.6×18.5mm
Weight
34g

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Viewty – 5.1MP Camera Phone from LG

Sunday, August 26th, 2007


LG Electronics announced plans to unveil its first professional-level camera phone ‘LG Viewty’ (model: LG-KU990) during the upcoming IFA 2007 in Berlin.

The name ‘LG Viewty’ has been chosen to encapsulate the enjoyment of viewing and sharing high-quality photos. Boasting its 5.1M camera with manual focus and image stabilizer features, the LG Viewty takes high quality photographs with possibilities to allow users to enhance their images through its editing features.

With sleek design, it offers 20 fps video recording feature in a mobile camera phone. A single-click connection to YouTube allows users to share their own film moments with others on the internet.

It’s overall design looks inspired from Apple’s iPhone. LG Viewty will be available in market from October.

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