Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Sony DCR-DVD108 Camcorder

Looking for an entry-level camcorder are you? Then the Sony DCR-DVD 108 camcorder is the right one for you. At least that is what I feel after using it for almost a month now.

In fact I am not to be blamed for falling in love with this piece of gadgetry. Of course, it may lack frills, offering only manual controls and 640x480 stills. The Sony DCR-DVD108’s slender upright design can save a lot of space in the camera bag.

Its lens has a filter diameter of 30mm. It also has a 40x optical zoom lens that offers a focal length of 1.9mm-76mm (36mm-1440mm when converted to 35mm for both movies and stills). You will find the lens cover switch to the bottom left of the lens.

The lens cover looks lustrous with its milled black finish. Below the lens you will find the remote sensor, followed by a rigid plastic port cover housing the AV out terminal. A rugged plastic strip secures the port cover.

This camcorder certainly beats the price barrier when looks and functionalities are concerned. It has cool features, even better looks and it fits snugly into my hand.

The Sony DCR-DVD108 Camcorder is a dependable modern day toy to carry and flaunt on my holiday. It sure beats my digital camera as it can shoot pictures too.

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Jhoom Barabar Jhoom Only the song is good

Review of the movie "Jhoom Barabar Jhoom"

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Google Writer - If Wishes Were Horses!

I was reading this article about "Google Writer" and salivating all the way down the page. What a great idea, would writing, nay, blogging, be the same again? And when one is thinking this thingammajig "Google Writer" would be a beauti-cool application to have, um, comes the tag "April Fool's Day".

Oh, what a let down! I could punch the google writer who wrote this article for the silly joke. Well, actually, I wish the Googlies would actually work on some thing like the
Google Writer, would have made blogging much more fun. But at Google, guess, wishes aren't horses!

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Nokia 6120 - Affordably Cool!

Nokia 6120 features a good internet connectivity at HSDPA (3.5G) connectivity. So, are you a mobile Internet freak with a need for speed? Then this is the handset you should check out. It has a lot going for it. It's light, thin and features Nokia's S60 platform, so you can run a variety of useful software on it. The Nokia 6120's HSDPA connectivity means you can browse the Web, download music or pictures and stream online content fast In addition there's a VGA camera on the front for making video calls. There's a 2-megapixel camera on the back that may not take the best resolution pictures ever, but it will do for daily use. This phone has a very low price tag, and is quite easy on the pocket, which when compared to the price of Nokia's flagship model, the N95, is quite a bargain. If you're looking for a cheap all-rounder that gives you fast Internet access, go for the 6120.

Just a little suggestion:

How about giving bluetooth connectivity so that one can do away with wires and stuff like that?