Reliance 3G Tablet

By bob | On Monday, November 21st, 2011 - No Comments »

Tablets are the rage these days. A cheap but great gift would be the Reliance 3G Tablet. It operates on the Android OS and is surprisingly smooth. The 7-inch display size in is Reliance Tablet ensures it is easy to carry around and the super fast 3G speed on the Reliance network means that you can stay connected to the Internet at all times. Design The tablet has a good build quality with. 

Samsung Galaxy S2

By bob | On Sunday, November 20th, 2011 - 3 Comments »

The Samsung Galaxy S2 is undisputedly the best non-Apple smartphone in the world. Nearly six months after the launch the phone still remains the best android smartphone yet. The Galaxy S2 runs on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS. Although the Android OS is capable of giving a user a very considerable amount of computing power, the fact the Android apps market is cluttered with so many applications. 

iPhone 4S

By bob | On Sunday, November 20th, 2011 - 15 Comments »

Carrying forward the legacy of the iPhone 4 the new iPhone called the iPhone 4S comes with a pack of lot more power. In all readiness to give a tough competition to the fastest selling Samsung Galaxy SII, the 4S also has a dual-core processor at work. The A5 dual core chips along with faster graphics are aimed at performing heavier tasks with ease-from browsing to gaming to switching between. 

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

By bob | On Sunday, November 20th, 2011 - 5 Comments »

Google released their  new version of their  mobile OS along with the next Google phone, the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus. The new phone comes with a bunch of attractive features and functions. The Nexus gets the frequency of Tri band and Quad band network. This Samsung phone has more powerful 1.2 GHz OMAP 4460 dual core processor and operates on latest version Android 4.0 operating system. 

Panasonic lumix DMC-GH2

By bob | On Friday, November 18th, 2011 - No Comments »

When Panasonic first launched the GH1, its second Micro Four Thirds camera, it was widely seen as simply being a G1 with video shooting and a considerably more expensive kit lens. And, if your primary concern was stills photography then this wasn’t an entirely unreasonable assessment. However, its real appeal was not that it had video, but that it offered what was, at the time, some of.