Friday, September 17, 2010
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A Review Of The Blackberry Curve

Posted: 17 Sep 2010 03:56 AM PDT

Blackberry phones are always popular, thanks to a long list of great features and super fast speeds. Now the company introduces its thinnest device yet, the Blackberry Curve. Blackberry has managed to pack all the functionality of their earlier smartphones into one of the lightest full keypad devices on the market. You would be hard-pressed to find another full QWERTY keypad on a phone this light and small.

At nearly two and a half inches, the generous TFT LCD screen boasts and impressive 480 x 360 pixels of vibrant picture clarity that demands respect. With its sleek design, it is still apparent that durability has certainly not been compromised, allowing the Blackberry Curve to hold up for years to even the most rigorous treatment. Compact enough to slip nicely in and out of your pocket, the contoured shape adds style and functionality.

Operating this incredible device is easy, even using only one hand, with easy-access buttons on each side of the phone. You are able to transition from phone calls to and from text messages with great simplicity. Such features as the superior OS interface system make learning each application a very quick and painless process, and the monitor provides all the navigating tools (Menu, Navigator, Back, End, Talk) you have come to expect from a quality smartphone.

64 MB of built-in memory is upgradable with a port for an 8 gig microSD memory card. Check out all your favorite navigation programs such as Google Maps, Mapquest, Blackberry Maps, and TeleNav GPS Navigator via the pre-downloaded GPS feature. Watch all the latest streaming videos from such sites as YouTube, and many other RSS feeds, that this new and improved Blackberry Curve, with its new HTML web browser, allows you to browse the internet like never before!

The Curve has been designed to appeal to long-time Blackberry fans as well as first-time users. You still have all the great Blackberry functions, like e-mail and browsing, as well as Wi-Fi and even a 3.2 megapixel camera. This small package conceals a powerful machine, yet it is priced to compete with any smartphone out there. It will no doubt become one of Blackberry’s most popular models, but with a little research, you should still be able to find a good offer. Many service providers are offering the Curve for just under $100.

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Samsung RF & QX, Notebook Core i5, i7 & NVIDIA untuk Game 3D & HD

Posted: 16 Sep 2010 10:24 AM PDT

Samsung RF, Notebook Core i5, i7 & NVIDIA untuk Game 3D & HD

Samsung RF & QX, Notebook Core i5, i7 & NVIDIA untuk Game 3D & HD

Notebook Samsung seri RF / QX ini, merupakan laptop untuk multimedia dan pencinta game 3D. Didukung dengan standar yang tinggi, prosesor quad-core yang sangat cepat dan grafis nVIDIA yang mengagumkan, notebook ini akan cocok dengan para pecinta multimedia dan pencinta game 3D.

Samsung notebook seri RF / QX ini, hadir dengan tiga ukuran layar, yaitu  14″ (QX410), 15,6″ (RF510), dan 17,3″  (RF710) yang didukung oleh processor core i5 460M 2.53GHz, i7 720QM 1.6GHz, grafis nVIDIA terbaru GT330M 1GB, GT330M 2GB, GT420M 2GB.

RAM DDR3 4GB, 6GB, hardisk 640GB, 1TB serta battery 6 cell akan menambah keleluasaan bermain game 3D dan memainkan multimedia HD yang terbaik.

Samsung QX410

  • CPU: Intel CoreTM i5 processor (i5-460M)
  • Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
  • Memory: 4GB DDR3
  • Hard Drive: Up to640GB
  • Screen: 14-inch HD LED backlit display
  • Resolution: 1366 x 768
  • Graphics: Hybrid Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 310M w/ 512MB dedicated RAM
  • Audio technology: True2SoundTM SRS Premium SoundTM
  • Optical Drive: DVD Super Multi DL
  • Battery: Lithium polymer; up to 7 hrs
  • Speakers: 3 W Stereo Speaker (1.5 W x 2)
  • Wireless: 802.11b/g/n; WiMax
  • 4-in-1 media reader
  • Weight: 5 lbs.

Samsung RF510-S01 / RF510-S02 / RF710

  • CPU:
    • RF510-S02 & RF710 Intel CoreTM i7 processor (i7-720QM)
    • RF510-S01 Intel Core i5 processor (i5-460M)
  • Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
  • Memory: 4GB DDR3
  • Hard Drive: Dual-bay architecture with up to 640GB drive (RF510-S02/RF710) & up to 500GB for RF510-S01
  • Screen:
    • RF510: 15.6-inch SuperBright HD LED backlit display
    • RF710: 17.3-inch SuperBright HD LED backlit display
  • Resolution:
    • RF510: 1366×768
    • RF710: 1600×900
  • Graphics: Discreet NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M with 1GB dedicated memory
  • Audio technology: True2SoundTM SRS Premium SoundTM
  • Optical Drive: RF510 DVD Super Multi DL; RF710: Blu-ray optical drive
  • Battery: Lithium Ion; up to 4.5 hrs
  • Connectivity: 802.11b/g/n; Bluetooth 3.0, Wired 10/100/1000
  • Weight: RF510: 5.7 lbs.; RF710: 6.4 lbs.

Exactly Why My BlackBerry Curve 8300 Had Been Awesome In My Trip To Cebu Philippines.

Posted: 15 Sep 2010 03:52 PM PDT

I just like to take a trip any time my time and money enables it. Our latest visit to the Philippines got me just about all worked up and wishing to obtain photographs when we visited Cebu City, one of the leading urban centers within the Philippines. A lot of the Philippines' colorful history started out in Cebu. All of us went and shot some images of the Magellan cross that was supposedly the very first cross which had been put into the island when Magellan found out the Philippines in 1521. When i zealously took out my blackberry curve to take some snap shots of the unfamiliar meals that I saw in the streets of Colon, a very busy part of the city which happens to be similar to their local version of Times Square in NY without having the cursing taxi drivers. I realised there have been weird street food items all over and I was seriously tempted to try to eat a variety of them however my far better wisdom informed me other wise. So I simply resolved to take some pictures of what they call Balut which is a duck egg with a half developed chick inside it. I found myself regretting to glance at my FIlipino guide on the way he eats it given that I practically regurgitated most of the food I ate from breakfast time. While I enjoyably took photos of the street banquet, one of our Pinoy guides recommended me to be watchful not to show off with my BlackBerry simply because there is a possibility I may well be mugged or robbed and advice is well taken. I know of a few folks being robbed and their laptop computers and smart phones grabbed away from them even though they have taken safety measures currently. I do have insurance for blackberry in which I made a decision to take when I bought my BB Curve last 12 months and one way or another, blackberry insurance does give me peace of mind in regards to my personal phone, but not really to the extent of being clumsy. Blackberry insurance was designed as preventative measure, so I decided that I will not show my phone in public too often. So I guess the majority of of the photograph taking would be done in a a lot more "discreet manner” so to speak. The atmosphere of the Philippines and there in Cebu City is actually amazing and just for a quick period, while I was not actually capable to take a taste of those "exotic" special treats, having a number of ─▒mages as memories and memory joggers can fix me so of which the next time I look at a local man try to eat balut, I would certainly be sure that I have an empty tummy to begin with.