Archive for January, 2011
For gamers who like devices that combine phone functionality with gadgets, like the existence of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play worth awaited its presence. Rumors also say that this device can be called a PlayStation Phone, as it combines the functions of Sony’s gaming as a maker of PlayStation and also functioning as a phone.
Sony Ericsson Xperia Play by 4-inch screen has 854×480 which has multi-touch function. Rumors also informed about the possible use of Sony Bravia technology in the screen that can display an increase in terms of video.
On the front side, there are 4 main buttons that serve as access keys back (back), menu, home, and search. This device also supports microSD external memory use. For endurance power, this More >
1. Nokia 1011 (1992)
Nokia 1011 was recorded as the first GSM handset in the world. The form was ‘handsome’ enough and so inspiring the next mobile phone. It weighed 479 grams and has a monochrome LCD screen.
The four handset is running Android Froyo aka version 2.2. By launching four ammunition at once, Samsung hopes consumers have more choices in the Galaxy line.
While sales time is rumored soon to various parts of the world. Here are four key specifications More >
Visceral Games seems to have tried hard to make a sequel of a horror game called Dead Space. Not in vain, some analysts believe it’s a nearly perfect game by giving the value of 9 out of 10. Whether viewed in terms of graphics, or even game systems.
In the review that revealed by IGN for example, site game observers from the United States were assessing Dead Space 2 has an incredible game system. Even the style of battle is mentioned more powerful than its predecessor.
Similar observers raised another game from Edge, they revealed that Dead Space 2 has More >
HTC plans to launch their first tablet in the first quarter of 2011 with three models at once. For starters HTC rumored will issue Flyer as the first tablet model.
The issue states that Flyer will be present in the United States market in March by holding a still-secret operator. Flyer tablet itself looks like a HTC Desire smartphone, but in a larger form.
The special specification is unknown about this Flyer, unless indeed this tablet will run using More >