Dec 19, 2009

Hands on Augmented Reality

May 30, 2009

flinging digital media on my wall

Ok this is a new cover for my wall. The future of Digital Media, I brought this concept home. By LEXVOX this is an amazing little desktop companion to display wide range of formats. Simply take the memory card out of your digital camera, phone, etc. and slide it into the back of this unit.Within seconds you will see a high quality slide show of your photos with random transition effect or single photo.
It also displays files from a USB stick directly.

Just not that, you can switch from picture mode to video mode to watch a movie or to switch to music mode to listen to your digital music file.
Each of these modes also allows viewing/listening from a wide selection of file formats like Divx, avi, mpeg4, mp3, wav and others, while the sound output is accomplished from the built in stereo speakers, or you can even use your own headset.

May 29, 2009

Portable is Good

Probably not far, but in the near future you will see multiple TB size disc is read by your ROM (then a higher version compatible). Users are looking for more capacity but with much more better speed to store large amount of data. While for the time now, i was only looking for a portable SATA HDD that fits my pocket easily. What I can take anywhere. Good enough space for backup. It took nearly weeks for me to find this in the town side. I could only get to see 500 GB Maxtors, Transcends and Seagates. All were bulky in size and also required external power to detect until I found just launched Buffalo's Turbo USB (HD-PS400U2).
This is the new member in the MiniStation line that bundles a wrap-around cable for easy storage. 400GB big in capacity, smallest of all in dimensions. And with a speed of 5400 rpm. Connects USB 2.0 port. This certainly looked good for the match.
With the ability to draw power from the PC it is connected to, it requires no external power supply providing a lightweight storage solution that is ideal for users like me.