Category: Gadgets

‘Motion control,’ ‘3D’ the biggest buzzwords at E3 2010

The fight for the family room became even more heated last week at the 16th annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (“E3”), which once again served as a battleground between the three major console companies: Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. Each of the…

Review: Samsung’s NX10 shoots for the prosumer camera market

Review by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

What quickly sets the Samsung NX10 apart form the other non-DSLR hybrid cameras is its full sized APS-C sensor which is identical to those found in regular DSLRs which are twice the size and weight. The APS-C is significantly bigger than the Four-Thirds Sensors found in Olympus and Panasonic’s lines.

Spending time with Apple’s iPad is only way to understand if it’s for you

Featuring Ted Kritsonis

Apple’s much-hyped iPad is a slick and stylish device that will serve multiple purposes. Initially, you’ll ask yourself if you actually need it, and make no mistake, the iPad is a “want” and not a “need”. But it does many things well — you just need some time with it to find out for yourself.

Review: Samsung’s PL150 camera points, shoots and innovates

Review by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Samsung’s innovated a chock-full of features on the PL150, their $249.00 point-and-shoot camera with a dual LCDs and a slew of functionality unseen anywhere else. Many of the innovations don’t just make sense; they’re downright brilliant. But a few of the ‘features’ seem unnecessary and frankly are head scratchers, is there such a thing as too much innovation on one device?

New 17-inch MacBook Pro at the cutting edge of performance

Review by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

In terms of power and efficiency, the new Intel Core i5 processor coupled with the new NVIDIA 330M card will crunch pretty much anything you throw at it and not even flinch. It also runs OS X and Windows, this is simply one of the best, most powerful computers money can buy, but it ain’t cheap.