Posts Tagged ‘Product Reviews’

Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Review

Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Review

This is the review of Wondershare DVD Slideshow Builder Deluxe. Initially I was skeptical about the utility of a software like this as one can create photo slide shows using various softwares, like Picasa or Windows Movie Make both of which are available for Free for Windows. But after trying this software out I was...

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Low Light Monster: Nikon D3s

Low Light Monster: Nikon D3s

What camera should you buy if you have $5000+ to spend? Answer might be obvious — Nikon D3s! While Canon seems to be focused more on breaking the Mega-pixel barrier, by churning out high MP DLSRs like Canon EOS 5D Mark II with 21.1MP and Canon EOS 1D Mark IV with 16.1 MP cameras....

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Best Budget Headphones

Best Budget Headphones

I don’t consider myself an audiophile, but I can certainly tell the difference between a good headphone and a bad one. For long I have been a huge fan of Sennheiser PX 100 Collapsible Headphones, which is no longer available. But its new version is out there and also there are some other alternatives...

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WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe Review

WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe Review

WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe by Digiarty Software is a Video conversion tool for Windows and Mac OS, which allows the conversion between various  video formats, almost all popular formats out there. The interface is simple and very user friendly, it also support multi-core video conversion to speed up things. Interface has been kept...

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Best NiMH Rechargeable Batteries: Sanyo Eneloop

I have used several brands of NiMH rechargeable batteries, as being a gadget freak I am always demanding for more and more AAs and AAAs. I have used Sony (OK), Energizer (stay away from the bunny), and some other not so well known brands, and IMHO the best bang for your buck is certainly...

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Fedora 13 Live CD vs DVD Installation?

After two weeks delay, Fedora 13 Goddard (for those of you who are not aware, Robert Hutchings Goddard is considered the Father of American Rocketry) finally took off its launchpad  on May 25th 2010 to reach the user desktops. Since then I have been playing with it, and tried the installation using both the...

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Apple iPad and Why iDon’t Like It: True Story of iPad Dude

Apple iPad and Why iDon’t Like It: True Story of iPad Dude

Let me put the record straight by saying Apple’s so hailed magical iPad makes no sense to me. To me even the keynote yesterday felt flawed and lackluster. I will try and justify my case, hopefully better than  what S J did yesterday. If not, who cares, it is not exclusive right of Apple...

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Apple iPad: Top Ten Reasons to Not Buy It!

Apple iPad: Top Ten Reasons to Not Buy It!

Steve jobs in his introductory statement for iPad said that this is better than a Netbook, and Apple’s website claims it to be “Our most advanced technology in a magical and revolutionary device at an unbelievable price”. But it seems that iPad is the worst implementation of the most advanced technology out there. It...

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Use iPod Touch/iPhone as Air Mouse (Windows 7, Snow Leopard)

You can use your iPod Touch or iPhone as air mouse/keyboard using Mobile Air Mouse Pro. And it would cost you only $1.99 (as of Jan 6, 2010). You just need to install the free server program on your desktops/laptops (it supports both Windows 7 and Snow Leopard). On windows 7 after the installer...

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Fedora 12 vs Ubuntu 9.10

This is the most frequently asked question by a linux noob, just like the question of Canon vs Nikon for upcoming photographers. I would try to answer it from a regular user’s perspective without getting in too much detail. Remember we are talking about two linux distributions, so they are fairly equivalent in most...

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Best Books to Learn Photography

Some people have it by birth others learn it. One can learn to be a better photographer, and some books do really help you with that. I am going to list out some of the books that I found very informative and useful in learning the basic as well as advanced technical details of...

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Consumer (Point and Shoot) Digital Camera Buying Guide

Buying a point and shoot digital camera can be tricky, especially with so many models, and so many brands floating around. Which one to buy, which brand to choose from, what features to look for? This guide would try to help you out with some of these questions. I am writing this from a...

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Casio High-Speed Exilim EX-FC100

Casio High-Speed Exilim EX-FC100 is a 9.1 MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 2.7-inch LCD. This is probably the most fun camera, you may have never heard off. I am saying most fun camera because it is not your run of mill everyday average digital camera. It is more than...

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Solution to Laptop Overheating Problem

If your laptop is on the verge of burning your lap, its time to buy a laptop cooling pad. They are easy and cheap solutions, they enhance your laptop’s life and yes it does work. So shedding a 20 odd bucks for your hundreds of dollar worth investment is justified. It would help you...

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