Archive for March, 2011
The VKOM 401W Portable 3G Wireless Modem Router allows users to harness the power of truly mobile connectivity. Small enough to fit into your pocket, the VKOM 401W is an innovative 3G modem that gives you the freedom to access the Internet from any Wi-Fi enabled device wherever a 3G network is available.
A built-in wireless access point lets users share an Internet connection with a variety of devices quickly and easily, from mobile phones to portable gaming consoles, laptops, PCs and tablets, without having to connect via a cumbersome USB cable or install connection software. And with a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery that lasts up to three hours on a single charge, the VKOM 401W provides the ultimate in mobile connectivity for users on the move.
The HP Officejet 6500A Plus e-All-in-One Printer is an inkjet multifunction printer with fax, scan, and copy capabilities. It features HP’s ePrint remote printing and printing apps, and is one of the few printers to support Apple’s iOS AirPrint technology.
Setting up the Officejet 6500A Plus is a breeze. The four individual ink cartridges are easy to install and you can connect via USB 2.0, Wi-Fi, or wired ethernet. The Officejet 6500A Plus has a small but helpful, 2.4-inch LCD touchscreen that aids in selecting number of copies, faxing options, and setup of the printer’s ePrint features. Read the rest of this entry »
WebAntics Online has announced the immediate availability of FlexiView, the adjustable iPad stand from Cygnett.
Handing users complete control, the elegantly designed yet simple FlexiView allows iPad users to place their device in three discrete positions depending on how they wish to use it — without needing to remove their iPad from its case. Though each level provides the same stable support, all three positions offer a different viewing angle, which means users can completely customise their iPad experience.
To us, the real appeal of this one is its Full HD 1920×1080 resolution, 23-inch display, which produced some pretty stunning HD playback when we saw it in action. Dell’s put a lot of energy into its new Stage touch interface, which consists of different tiled applications.
The Inspiron One starts at R10217.73 and will be available from March 2011 — but before you pull out the wallet, we’d suggest clicking through to WebAntics Online for a full read of all the details and specifications.
There is also a great video on the WebAntics Online (http://www.webantics.co.za) YouTube channel to check out the Dell 2310 in action.
- The innovative flip design lets you switch from touch to type in seconds.
- Listen to music, use as an alarm clock or view your photos with the Inspiron duo Audio Station.
- Read books, watch movies and play games on the 10-inch high-definition (HD) display.
The Dell Inspiron 1090 10.1″ Duo tablet Netbook looks like a typical netbook, with unique design, this Dell Inspiron Mini Duo features 10.1″ HD multi-touch screen (1366 x 768 resolution) with an innovative flip-hinge design to glide easily from a touchscreen laptop to a touchscreen tablet. The display features auto-orientation when in tablet mode. AND it also has integrated chiclet keyboard and camera on the bezel above the screen. Read the rest of this entry »
Asus has announced the release of the O!Play Mini – a compact media player with support for most media formats. As with other media player devices, it allows consumers to enjoy big screen entertainment in the living room on a HDTV and cut the need for a Home Theater PC. The Asus O!Play Mini claims to distinguish itself with a 4-in-1 memory card reader and smart RighTxT subtitling, among others. High definition multimedia, with 1080p Full-HD video and 7.1 channel audio is supported, besides photo viewing.
Asus touts this player as having full features, in a stylish and compact form factor. Its elegant and smooth styling look good in the living room, and takes up minimum space, to integrate easily into the user’s home entertainment setup.
The product specification sheet mentions HDMI connectivity, power consumption of 10 Watts, and a weight of 175 grams. It is priced at
I’m pumped to finally get a chance to blog about the Dell Streak tablet device. The 5-inch tablet launched first to customers in the United Kingdom in early June 2010 but South African consumers will now be able to purchase it.
We’ve been selling Dell for 6 years, and I don’t think there’s ever been more buzz around a single product than this. Hardware and design-wise, this thing impresses. Add the ever-increasing capability that Android brings to the equation, and you’ve got a mobile device that offers a ton of flexibility while looking cool in the process. The Dell Streak brings together a great web browsing experience, multi-tasking capability, slick turn by turn navigation and a great way to enjoy your photos, movies and music into a sleek device that’s built for mobility.