Dell, leading LCD monitor manufacturer all over the globe, is again ready with its new range of monitors. Dell’s new G-Series LED flat-screen computer monitors will be available in two iterations – the 22-inch G2210 and the 24-ich G2410, the monitors prove to be excellent green alternatives that don’t compromise functionality. G-Series high-performance EPEAT Gold and ENERGY STAR-compliant monitors are distinguished by a design approach that combines energy efficiency, LED technology, recycled materials and other environmentally preferable components. Dell G-Series monitors are energy efficient as they use half the energy of regular flat-screens. As part of the package, the monitor includes a light sensor (which senses the brightness of the room and adjusts the monitor accordingly), and dynamic dimming (which senses light / dark regions of the screen and adapts accordingly), functions meant to increase energy efficiency while retaining top-notch picture quality. These monitors are more slimmer and lighter than most flat-screens, and we sense that we have got an enviro-minded winner on our hands. Monitor's Design incorporate environmentally preferable materials. Key features of G-Series LED Monitors * contrast ratio: 1,000:1 (standard) 1,000,000:1 (dynamic). * “PowerNap” screensaver application dims the monitor to minimum brightness or “sleep” mode, based on user preference. * Free of PVC, BFR, CFR, arsenic and mercury. * External chassis made of more than 25 percent post-consumer recycled materials. * Epeat Gold compliant. * Up to 20 percent slimmer panel than comparable models. * Up to 28 percent lighter than comparable models. * Efficient packaging. The 22-inch G2210 will cost around Rs.14,000(US$280) and the 24-inch G2410 will cost around Rs.17,500(US$380).
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Posted by pankaj at Thursday, February 19, 2009
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Microsoft, biggest IT giant, plans to release Windows 7 this year. It is also heard that things are on track to release by this year's holiday shopping season. Microsoft is also planning to offer Vista buyers a free or low-cost update to Windows 7. In an interview at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, Microsoft senior VP Bill Veghte cautioned that the release still could be pushed into 2010, depending on customer feedback. The response to test versions of Windows 7 has been in stark contrast with the issues that dogged Windows Vista, which was a much more fundamental update to the operating system. Although Windows 7 adds things like an improved task bar and snappier performance, the operating system shares most of the same underpinnings as Windows Vista. Microsoft has reiterated that it plans just a single beta for Windows 7. That beta launched in January and Microsoft this week stopped offering downloads of the test version. Earlier this month, Microsoft confirmed that it plans to sell at least six distinct versions of Windows 7, although it also said it will focus its efforts around two editions--Windows 7 Home Premium and Windows 7 Professional.
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
LG Electronics, a worldwide technology and design leader in mobile communications, has announced the launched of its new touchscreen smart phone LG Arena KM900. The new smart phone will showcased at Mobile World Congress 2009 in Barcelona. LG Arena offers both Dolby and DivX support and also equipped with LG’s new 3D S-Class User Interface. LG's new new 3D S-Class User Interface will provide ultimate multimedia environment to users so that they can enjoy more then before. LG Arena has cube based layout which provides four customizable home screens for direct access to all features. The rich 3D graphics give S-Class a life-like look that makes it natural and easy to navigate. Its intuitive and dynamic S-Class UI makes the smart phone more smart then its competitor. With rich 3D graphics, touch sensitivity and exciting multimedia capabilities, it will truly make ARENA a fully loaded multimedia phone. The LG Arena has other features including HSDPA 7.2 networks, Wi-Fi, A-GPS and far more. At the Mobile World Congress 2009, LG will reveal more features about Arena.
Posted by pankaj at Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Saturday, February 7, 2009
Orkut, leading social portal in India, has recently released new attrective orkut themes, which provides better layout and more better looks to user profile. These orkut themes will only be shown to yourself when you are browsing orkut. But recently it heard that these new themes are available only for certain users. A few people got them and a few didn’t get them. Most of the orkut user install these themes in wrong manner. But there’s a way to install them even though they aren’t available in the settings. For installing these themes, you need to follow some easy instructions carefully.
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Posted by pankaj at Saturday, February 07, 2009