I love electronics and gadgetry and I do read about them from reviews and releases. Today I discovered electronics blog that writes everything about electronics in random manner it is gripping to read. It is never boring in fact it simply explains the features of a product, which is what we are after of. I was looking for a new twist, and buy.com’s electronics blog has made it.
When buying any computers or electronics system memory should the first priority to consider. Just like buying a laptop computer, no matter how high tech or branded it is if it has no sufficient memory it is not good because it means you cannot save files and documents as much as you want. So it is very important to check the memory before buying any gadgets.
One of my favorite department in shopping is the electronics section. We don’t have to be updated all the time of the latest in gadgets, though it is nice to be, but we all like entertainment. And jut like that, buy.com has stereos, speakers, headphones, cables, bluetooth, GPS, you name it and they have all the home electronics and personal entertainment items lined up with deals. It definitely rocks.
Key iPhone rivals
Sony Ericsson W960
T-Mobile Sidekick Slide
Nokia’s answer to the iPhone
The world is getting smaller, the competition is getting stiffer. Nokia’s answer to the iPhone: N810. Nokia’s latest handheld Internet access device browses the Web, runs Flash and has GPS. It’ll sell for $479 when it comes out in November. The downside: it has no cellular modem built in, so you have to use Wi-Fi or reach the Net via a Bluetooth link to your phone, that is, the N810 is a pure Internet-only device, relying only on Wi-Fi and cellular Bluetooth to get online.
$100 laptop’ production
‘$100 laptop’ production begins
Five years after the concept was first proposed, the so-called $100 laptop is poised to go into mass production with the government of Uruguay being the first country to take concrete actions to provide laptops to all its children and teachers ordering some 100,000 of the machines for schoolchildren aged six to 12, and a 300,000 may be purchased to provide a machine for every child in the country by 2009.
$100 Laptop’s chief software engineer Chris Blizzard on how the innovative memory and screen save energy.