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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

GeeksHive UK

We are pleased to officially announce that, through our agreement with our fulfillment centers and thanks to the hard work we have been doing in the USA, we will be opening our offices in London in 2012 to cover from there the entire European Union. On the first stage we will focalize on the United Kingdom, France and Italy, offering overnight delivery on those countries.

Monday, August 29, 2011

LG LSM-100 - Drag and share

The LSM-100, a new and incredible peripheral created by LG is a mouse-scanner that seems to carry the revolution and vanguard to mice. With the mouse you can scan a sheet of up to A3 size. You just have to swipe over the sheet and the image will appear in the screen.

The scanned image can be saved in formats such as PNG, JPG, PDF, and many others. Besides, scanning in a conventional and discontinuous way, it incorporates a character recognition system called LG´s Optical Character Recognition, with which you can read what is written in a sheet and turn it into a Word editable document. A completely new way of make a clean copy or your notes.

Panasonic Lumix FX90

There are few models of compact cams that have connectivity to share in a simple way our photos but Panasonic adds a new model with Wi-Fi connection, here comes the Lumix DMC-FX90.

The Panasonic Lumix FX90 is the first incursion of the mark in compact cameras with connectivity and, besides, it offers the possibility to share the images through an wireless access point directly from the camera by connecting the FX90 to a cell phone and getting access to the Internet without a “hotspot”.

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Kingston introduces its USB 3.0 Media Reader

Kingston Technology Company Inc., the independent leader manufacturer of memory products in the worl announces the release of the Kingston USB 3.0 Media Reader that supports multiple card formats including the new SDXC of high capacity. The external memory card reader can reach speeds of up to 5Gbps, according to the manufacturer,

Asus EeePad Transformers 2- The first tablet with Nvidia Kal-El

The new Nvidia quad-cod platform, Kal-El will be equiped in various products from October but the first will be the Asus EeePad Transformer 2.

The Asus Eee Pad Transformer tablet will be considered one of the products that managed to achieve the attention of the market by gaining good critics and an impresive exhaustation of suplays registered only a few hours after the official release. Thus why its successor, the Asus EeePad Transformers 2 is arising such expectation.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Nokia WP7 closer and closer

According to the last news, the new Nokia phones with Nokia 7 with Windows Phone 7 announced in February will be released in September.

It seems that Compal Electronics, the company in charge of Nokia terminals, is already manufacturing them. However, it doesn´t imply that they will be sold right away but certainly they will be presented in the exhibition IFA 2011.

Photovoltaic displays- Recycling its own light

A group of scientists at the University of California claim that they have developed a method to that allow displays of mobile phones and tablets to feedback with the light unused.

The screens of the pocket devices caused the 80 and 90% of the power consumption of batteries. However up to a 75% of the light emitted by our displays is completely wasted.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Active standard 3D glasses

In order to use the active 3D glasses you need to synchronize the alternating images in the screen with the LCD lenses, namely, connect the glasses with the screen through a stereo sync signal connector. So far the active 3D glasses type weren’t compatible between different brands. That’s why Sony, Samsung and Panasonic have joined the manufacturer of 3D glasses XpanD to develop a new standard together.

Another Asus tablet - the EeePAd Slider

The Asus EeePAd Slider is another one of the awaited tablets with a slide keyboard for the Android segment. The Slider has a qwerty keyboard that, in this case, is attached to the device and it hides in its inferior side, it detaches in just one movement which gives it a portable feel.

The integrated sliding keyboard offers a faster and more comfortable way to write than the touchscreen, which improves user productivity without giving away maximum portability.

Friday, August 5, 2011

The OCZ Z-drive R4 outdoes itself

OCZ released its new PCI Express solid state drive 2.0, the Z-Drive R4, a product for companies that need the most cutting edge hardware and is the fourth revision of a product that people talked a lot about.

These new drives present the VCA 2.0 OCZ’s interface which is able to develop new levels of bandwidth managing more effectively access to the unit and being compatible with standard SCSI commands in a high performance virtualized environment.

Razer Electra’s headphones for tablets and cell phones

These stunning headphones are designed with a large size and to not disturb other people. It has green highlights and a very careful design in the form of entwined serpents. If you are one of those who play with an iPad or an XPERIA PLAY more than in a console, these headphones are for you!