Sabtu, 26 Mei 2012
Kamis, 14 April 2011
Inilah 10 Netbook Terbaik dalam Hal Harga dan Performa
Netbook merupakan salah satu varian dari komputer jinjing yang dirancang untuk memenuhi kebutuhan komunikasi nirkabel dan mengakses internet.
Dengan rancangan utama untuk digunakan sebagai perangkat dalam merambah web, dan menulis surat elektronik, netbook sangat bergantung pada keberadaan internet untuk akses jarak jauh terhadap aplikasi berbasis web untuk pengguna yang tidak membutuhkan keberadaan komputer berspesifikasi tinggi.
Netbook biasanya menggunakan Windows XP ataupun Linux sebagai basis sistem operasi daripada sistem operasi yang memakan sumber daya komputer yang lebih besar seperti Windows Vista. Dan dengan processor INTEL ATOM, maka dapat menghemat energi pada baterai.
Berikut ini merupakan perangkat netbook terbaik pilihan Cnet.co.uk berdasarkan harga dan performa:
10. Sony Vaio P-series
Harga: £ 849
Performa: 1.33GHz atau 1.6GHz Intel Atom, 2GB RAM, layar 8 inchi, Windows Vista Home Premium
Daya tahan baterai: 3 jam 8 menit playback movie
Keunggulan: high-speed wireless Wi-fi, Bluetooth dan modem 3G terintegrasi; RAM cukup besar; GPS
Kelemahan: Penggunaan Windows Vista yang boros memory, aspek rasio layar untuk video kurang baik.
9. HP Mini 1000
Harga: £ 400
Intel Atom N270
Daya tahan baterai: 2 jam 44 menit
Keunggulan: Tampilan menarik dan keyboard yang nyaman untuk mengetik
Kelemahan: USB port hanya 2 buah, tampilan layar yang kurang baik di bawah sinar matahari
8. Asus Eee PC 901
Harga: £ 299
Performa: Intel Atom N270
Daya tahan baterai: 4 jam 30 menit
Keunggulan: high-speed wireless Wi-fi, Bluetooth dan modem 3G terintegrasi;layar 8.9 inchi
Kelemahan: keyboard kecil, tidak nyaman untuk mengetik dokumen yang panjang.
7. Dell Inspiron Mini 9
Harga: £ 199
Performa: Intel Atom N270, 1GB RAM
Daya tahan baterai: 3 jam 21 menit
Keunggulan: modem 3G terintegrasi, layar 8.9 inchi, harga cukup murah
Kelemahan: Desain keyboard minimalis tapi menyulitkan untuk akses internet, harddisk hanya 16GB Solid State Drive
6. Acer Aspire One
Harga: £ 209
Performa: Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz
Daya tahan baterai: 2 jam
Keunggulan: 802.11b Wi-Fi, 10/100 Ethernet, Bluetooth, 3G modem, desain keyboard sangat nyaman, sistem operasi ada 2 pilihan; Windows XP atau Linux Linpus
Kelemahan: Trackpad sulit untuk diakses, baterai tidak tahan lama.
5. MSI Wind
Harga: £ 259
Performa: Intel Atom 1.6GHzlayar 10 inchi
Daya tahan baterai: 2 jam
Keunggulan: 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, desain keyboard baik, memory card reader 4 in 1, VGA video output, fitur underclocking
Kelemahan: Mouse touchpad sulit diakses, baterai tidak tahan lama
4. Samsung NC10
Harga: £ 320
Daya tahan baterai: 5 jam 37 menit
Keunggulan: Keyboard anti-bakteri, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, SD card reader, baterai tahan lama
Kelemahan: Trackpad terlalu kecil.
3. Asus Eee PC S101
Harga: £ 450
Performa: Intel Atom 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM
Daya tahan baterai: 3 jam 23 menit
Keunggulan: Desain menarik, keyboard nyaman, VGA out, SD memory card reader, 802.00b/g Wi-Fi
Kelemahan: Tombol enter keyboard kecil
2. Asus N10
Harga: £ 480
Nvidia GeForce 9200M grafis yang dapat diganti dengan grafis integrasi
Daya tahan baterai: 2 jam 48 menit (kartu grafis GeForce) 3 jam 20 menit (kartu grafis integrasi)
Keunggulan: Bundle DVD RW external, Grafis untuk game 3D, ExpressCard/34, VGA dan HDMI output, fingerprint reader, webcam dan software pengenalan wajah, S/PDIF audio connector
Kelemahan: Layar sulit terlihat di luar ruangan
1. Asus Eee PC 1000HE
Harga: £ 330
Performa: Intel Atom 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM
Daya tahan baterai: 10 jam 32 menit
Keunggulan: Kemampuan wireless kecepatan tinggi, 802.00n Wi-Fi, keyboard nyaman, baterai tahan lama
Kelemahan: Cukup berat
Senin, 07 Maret 2011
Retaining most of the wonderful features and design cues from the Nokia N8, the E7 just might have the perfect mix of ingredients, with its peculiar looking keyboard, to consider itself as being the next big smartphone from Nokia's camp. Is that really the case? Read on to find out...
The Nokia E7 is essentially a longer and wider version of the Nokia N8, but manages to pack on a landscape keyboard to its 0.54” (13.6mm) sleek anodized aluminum casing. Just grasping it in the hand, there is this enveloping feeling that occurs because it's meticulously well built all around; not to mention resilient in battling normal wear and tear. Furthermore, you can find the Nokia E7 in a variety of colors, from silver to flashy orange.
The Nokia E7 packs a landscape keyboard to its sleek anodized aluminum casing
Minggu, 13 Februari 2011
Convenience is the quintessential luxury that manufacturers attempt to steer with their product offerings, but in the case of most Bluetooth headsets, they mostly gravitate to being a monotone solution. Sure there are some stereo Bluetooth earphones that will get the job done, but they can obviously be a bit more cumbersome in carrying around. However, the Samsung Modus 3500 aims to be a double dose solution with its mono to convertible implementation – while still being easily portable and compact. Packaged with the Bluetooth headset are 2 ear hooks, 3 ear gels, microUSB wall charger, clip, wired stereo headphone, and a user manual.
From a quick inspection, the Modus 3500 is a normal-looking headset that's constructed out of glossy white plastic with some chrome trims to accent its design. However, it doesn't necessarily exhibit something strikingly spectacular seeing that it feels hollow and looks much like a cookie cutter headset – but it's very light weight.
The Samsung Modus is a compact looking headset
Thanks to the rubbery ear buds with loops, it provides for a sufficient snug fit without the aid of the ear hook. Conversely, you'll be required to clip it on if you prefer using the standard ear bud – but still, it comfortably hugs onto your ear without becoming too irritating during long usage.
On its sides, we're presented with an LED light indicator and power switch which conveniently allows you to confirm for sure if it's on or off. Additionally, we find the distinctive feeling and adequately sized volume rocker as well. And thanks to its noticeable talk button, you won't have to fumble around with your finger to find its placement. In the rear, the microUSB not only accepts power to charge the headset, but it's also the connection for the included wired headphones to enable stereo usage. Finally, there is one pin-hole for the microphone found towards the end of the boom while another one is located in the surface near the multifunction button.
The volume rocker
The power switch
Thanks to the physical volume rockers, it naturally provides you the ability to quickly modify its level at any given time. When set to its highest setting, the earpiece is more than deafening to make it extremely audible for even people with difficulty in hearing. Thankfully, it doesn't distort the quality of audio as it resonates with some serious power. Unfortunately, voices sound broken up and crackly in tone, which doesn't help on top of the exuberant amount of static noise that's evident.
Even though it states that it packs noise cancellation technology, our callers still experienced an abundant amount of noise that's picked up by the headset's microphone. From subtle knocks to the wind, it distorts our voice which makes for some difficulty during conversations. However, in quiet conditions, our callers had no issues in comprehending our voice.
When the stereo headphones are connected, they provide an ample amount of volume to make listening to music such an eventful experience. Plus, the buds on the headphones provide a subtle amount of suction when they're placed into ear to lightly keep out some environmental noise. Granted that it's a lot better to carry around these wired headphones, you're still presented with the problem of storage when they're not being used.
In our testing, the fully charged Samsung Modus 3500 managed to pull out 6 hours of continuous talk time before it ran out of juice – which is what the manufacturer has it rated for. However, it doesn't have the rapid charge time of some recent headsets we've checked out. So that means you'll be required to let it charge for a period of time to get it to a sufficient usable level.
Aside from its ability to transition from a mono headset to a stereo one with its included wired headphone attachment, its performance and lackluster set of features doesn't contend with other modern offerings. Moreover, we're not too thrilled by its below average calling quality and ordinary looking design. When you look down at it, the $69.99 price point it holds shouldn't break the bank for most people, but there are other similar offerings that provide better performance in a variety of aspects.
- Convertible headset implementation
- Snug fit
- Poor calling quality
- Noise cancellation is lacking
- Ordinary design
Sumber : www.phonearena.com
Senin, 17 Januari 2011
The term gaming in this context typically refers to instances in which the activity has been specifically permitted by law. The two words are not mutually exclusive; i.e., a “gaming” company offers (legal) “gambling” activities to the public and may be regulated by one of many gaming control boards. However, this distinction is not universally observed in the English-speaking world. For instance, in the UK, the regulator of gambling activities is called the Gambling Commission (not the Gaming Commission). Also, the word gaming is frequently used to describe activities that do not involve wagering, especially online.
Gambling is also a major international commercial activity, with the legal gambling market totaling an estimated $335 billion in 2009. In other forms, gambling can be conducted with materials which have a value, but aren't real money; for example, games like Pogs or Magic: The Gathering.
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Sabtu, 01 Januari 2011
The Nokia 5250 is the most budget-friendly smartphone released with the 5xxx branding so far. Without any doubt, this handset is targeting first time smartphone users with its attractive price ($146/€115 without contract), so it doesn't come as a shocking surprise that some compromises were made - for example, it sports a 2.8-inch resistive screen and only 51MB built-in memory, while the lack of some vital features like 3G connection and Wi-Fi can make anyone wonder what's better - to purchase the affordable Nokia 5250 or sacrifice a few more bucks and buy an all-around better low-end smartphone. In all honesty, it's a matter of personal choice, but please read on for our opinion on the matter.
As can be expected from a handset in this price range, the Nokia 5250's body is made of plastic, but somehow surprisingly it looks reasonably well and feels good in the hand for what it is. Its dimensions (4.09 x 1.93 x 0.55 inches) mean that you can put the Nokia 5250 in your pocket and forget it's there, while the phone feels comfortable to hold in both portrait and landscape mode.
The Nokia 5250's body is made of plastic, but looks reasonably well and feels good in the hand
The Nokia C5-03 comes with a 2GB microSD card, but you can use cards with up to 16GB of memory. Included in the retail package is also a charger, user guides and one of the shortest microUSB cables we have seen so far.
The Nokia C5-03 is light on your pocket. And we mean it light as light in money, and light as 93-gram light in weight, which puts it somewhere in the top of our list of flyweight smartphones. The phone comes in a variety of color combinations with black or white choices for the body, which can be then paired with different colors for the bottom part. The variety of looks comes bundled with eco-friendly materials – 80 per cent of the body is recyclable, while half of the packaging is made from recyclable materials.
The Nokia C5-03 comes in a variety of color combinations