Sony started manufacturing waterproof phones way before everyone else and invested heavily in it, which I see as a nice feature but definitely not a game-changer. They have recently announced “Xperia Aquatech” will be open this December. A store built 4 meters below surface where trained divers will escort customers to the underwater shop. It sounds like too much of a hassle to just reach a store that sells phones but I guess the experience is worth it.
I’m a hardcore PC user but I know how much PS4 fans are suffering with the overpriced cost of the newly released PlayStation 4 in Kuwait. Geant just got their stock and they’re the first I see to sell it for a decent price. I’m pretty sure it’s going to be sold out soon, so if you want one you should grab one now.
Update: Already sold out
Update II: They’re now telling customers it’s only available for pre-order and not in stock even though it says now available on their website and facebook.
IDAPT contacted me weeks back to ship me their Universal Charger to try out. I’ve been longing to find a solution for charging my multiple devices and this might be it. Inductive charging, also known as wireless charging didn’t cut it for me because you have to attach a cover to whatever you wanted to charge. The IDAPT Univesral Charger is sold at X-Cite.
These are interchangeable tips, you get 6 of them. There are basically 3 holes in the device to fill up depending on what you’re charging. For example if I’m charging an iPhone, BlackBerry and an Android device at the same time I would install 2 micro USB tips and one iPhone tip. Tips available are: 2x micro USB – 1x mini USB – 1x Nokia – 1x Sony Ericsson – 1x iPhone.
The device makes it a lot more convenient charging everything at once. Changing the tips is simple and does not require any screws. My only problem is the wire is too short, so I can’t place it wherever I want. IDAPT i4 also has a USB port so you can charge gadgets that are too big to fit like an iPad or Kindle Fire. Over 4500 electronic devices are compatible.
A while ago I posted a Youtube video giving some tips for DSLR begginers. I found this to be way better because it’s interactive and engaging. People who know photography can go ahead and set the best settings. Those who don’t can click on the blue “i” circle and know all about the different DSLR settings. The key is to “freeze” her pinwheel.
Looks like Sony Pictures are bringing back my favourite childhood movie. I honesty thought it was a hoax until I double checked who uploaded the video. Really hoping they don’t miss up what was once every kids dream movie just to milk some more money out of it. Men in Black 3 will be in theatres on May 25th 2012, we have a long way to go.[Website]
I found this really helpful video made by Canon on the critical things you should know after purchasing your first DSRL camera. I know there’s an automatic mode which does all the math and sets up the camera settings to best fit the atmosphere but you can do so much more with your DSLR. I like how he compares how the camera captures images to our eyes.
When I said the longer I wait the harder it is to decide it seems I really can’t emphasize that enough now. I thought it would be helpful to gather all Android Honeycomb based tablets on one big list so I decided to make one myself. Since not all tablets are officially out in market, some will have links to articles rather than a product page.
- Motorola XOOM
- Asus Transformer
- Acer Iconia
- Toshiba ANT
- LG Optimus
- Samsung Galaxy
- Sharp Galapagos
- Trigem Tabit
- Sony S1 & S2
- Lenovo LePad
I will try to update the list once new tablets are announced. Feel free to contribute.
Note: The list only includes Honeycomb based tablets.