Sunday, 23 December 2012

Culprit Junior One kids’ bikes launched

Culprit is a brand new company based in Taiwan. They turned a few heads at the Eurobike cycle show in September with the Croz Blade, a disc-equipped aero road bike. The latest model in their range is aimed at kids, the new Junior One.

The Junior One has a frame made from 7005 triple butted aluminium with a matching fork, with internally routed cabling. Culprit have fitted a Shimano 105 groupset with Microshift levers. A Culprit 40/32 chainset keeps the gear ratios low and has short 140mm crank arms.

There’s a dash of carbon fibre with Culprit’s own seatpost and narrow 36cm handlebars with a short 60mm stem keeps the cockpit short and reachable. The seat post has a dual clamp so the position can be changed as the young cyclist grows. Brakes are TRP 820 and wheels are deep section, 40mm at the back and 30mm at the front.

Weight is important with kids bikes and Junior One weighs 7.9kg (17.4lb).
Culprit sell direct to customers worldwide. The Junior One is one offer for the New Year and costs $1,295 including shipping. Import taxes and duties aren’t though.

Thursday, 20 December 2012

3D OLED 2013 TV Models - Best OLED TV Reviews

Samsung 55-Inch LED HDTV 3D OLED 2013 TV Models
Many convenient gadgets have already presented the OLED show so it is no more an absolutely new technological innovation. The OLED TV displays that are being talked about up by the gadgets industry are an amazing new technological innovation with the ability to be used for TV places. While it is simpler to integrate them in convenient gadgets with little displays, as of yet the TVs with OLED displays are rather little in dimension (no 'big screen' designs are available OLED yet), however we have seen a glance of what the technological innovation would be like when it is launched by means of a well-known TV display.

Some of the convenient gadgets that have this technological innovation consist of some more recent designs of Microsoft zune HD. While their mature designs all had LCD display, the HD edition was a motivating style including theinnovative OLED technological innovation. The MP3 gamer from the Innovative Zen product is well-known for the OLED display as well, while the iPod contact and occasion the well-known iPhone does not have this technological innovation but uses the traditional LCD show. So although right now the OLED might seem a bit innovative, industry scientists acknowledge that it won't be lengthy before the LCD is a subject put to rest and the OLED requires over the electric shops.

OLED is actually a phrase that explains a natural mild giving off diode. It is a significant progression on the formerly used LED technological innovation which was a mild giving off diode. The LED is a partial conductor that discharges mild when a present is approved through the content. This is the same for an OLED as well but the distinction is in the content used. While LED used crystalline components like cup to perform as the partial conductor, OLED uses natural components for example plastic material. There are a variety of factors why the OLED technological innovation is said to top the LCD show technological innovation.

New 3D OLED technology OLED display One of the first advantages of using an OLED display is that there is no backlighting program like there is in the complete HD LCD TV. Backlighting actually reduces LCD show abilities and so they are not clearly noticeable. In contrast to that, an OLED is not only obviously better since it does not use the backlighting strategy, it also uses less energy and hence is more cost effective than the LCD. When used in convenient gadgets this technological innovation gives fantastic battery energy pack outcomes because battery energy can go more time when used with an OLED display. The shades produced by the OLED show are also much brighter and clearer than the ones that come from the use of LCDs. Actually the LCD show cannot show deeply stages of blackness which creates the images look less distinct consequently. The OLED technological innovation reveals shades as they are and really carry out the vivid shades on show. The image deterioration issue in the LCD TVs is another factor that can be removed by the use of the OLED TV.

One cannot perspective the LCD TV from very large perspectives, but only in a restricted go on place is the only way images can be considered effectively. With an OLED TV the display can be considered at any place at all without distressing the image. The use of plastic material in the OLED display is another advantage because as compared to the cup in the LED show, it is much brighter, slimmer and definitely gives the individual more versatility.

While OLED TV technological innovation is definitely ensuring, there are some eccentricities that need to be resolved such as the great cost of the technological innovation. While small gadgets that are convenient are not restricted by this, when the same technological innovation is produced to a larger display it becomes more costly. This is why the significant organizations are still operating on it to offer a better remedy for the end individual. 

Best OLED TV Reviews

Samsung UN55B8500 55-Inch LED HDTV Specs

  1. 7,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  2. Auto Motion Plus 240Hz
  3. Medi@2.0 Internet@TV
  4. Fast 2ms response time
  5. 5 HDMI + Anynet
  6. 5 HDMI and Anynet
Powerful LED technology offers the most impressive contrast and color you have ever seen on a 55-inch screen, innovative 240Hz technology four times the frames per second compared to standard HDTVs allows for the movement alive and really smooth

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

upcoming Nokia N10 in 2013

Nokia N10 has a brilliant 3.2-inch inch.It has a superb 12 MP camera having features Xenon Flash with quad-LED-flash.It runs on a CPU ARM Cortex AB @ 600 Mhz. and 256 MB RAM.


Nokia N10 Memory
Phonebook 1000 Entries
Call Records: Yes
Internal Memory 256 MB
Memory Card Type T-Flash Card
Extensible Memory 32

Nokia N10 Standard Battery Features:

Battery Lithium-ion
Nokia N10 Display
Display Type 5.0 cms Big Screen

Nokia N10 Multimedia Features:

Video Formats MP4 Player Up to 25fps
Music Formats MP3 Player with Dual Speaker for Big sound, 3.5mm Audio Jack


OS Meego
CPU CPU ARM Cortex AB @ 600 Mhz.

Nokia N10 Connectivity Options:

Bluetooth Stereo Bluetooth v2.1
USB Connector Yes

Nokia N10 Camera Features:

Flash Xenon Flash with quad-LED-flash
Mega Pixel 0.3 MP (VGA Camera)

Nokia N10 Sound Settings:

3.5mm Jack yes
Ringtones Vibration WAV MP3 Polyphonic MIDI

Tuesday, 18 December 2012

upcoming BMW new 7-Series

Trust us, this is indeed a face-lift. While it does similar to the current 7-series, trust BMW to make significant upgrades to its limo. Its needs to as the new Merc S-Class is closer to launch and the Audi A8 has teared open the luxury segment. From the front, the upright new BMW kidney grille is bigger and more pronounced as ever. The grille's chrome surround is now larger, a change which - together with a new slat arrangement (nine slats instead of 12) - gives it greater presence on the road. Plus you get optional new full-LED headlights. The large, full-width air intake dominating the lower section of the modified front apron is now split into three sections, a pair of chrome bars marking its outer sections. Two narrow vertical air intakes sit beyond even the LED foglamps to the left and right of the wide intake. These are included as part of the "air curtain" technology, which lowers fuel consumption at higher speeds by forcing the air to flow more aerodynamically around the front wheels. A new design feature that stands out from the side is the indicator integrated into the lower section of each exterior mirror, which makes the car easier to see.

The interior of the concept shows typical Audi design- minimalistic and elegant. The horizontal lines emphasize its design. The instrument panel draws the driver in - typical of Audi. Defined in three dimensions, the large trim strip is made of solid aluminum and includes control functions. Located behind the compact, flat-bottomed, three-spoke multifunction steering wheel are two analog dial instruments with black dials and red needles, complemented by additional kidney-shaped displays. In between the two large round dials is the large, eight-inch display for the driver information system. The display is user-programmable - the driver can select the content to be displayed from an extensive menu. The control panel for the MMI multimedia system is located on the center tunnel console. The surface of its large rotary pushbutton includes the touch pad, MMI touch. This new solution, which makes the already exemplary operation even more intuitive, will soon be introduced in series production at Audi. The ultra-thin MMI monitor power-extends out of the instrument panel, another feature taken from the full-size car class.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Jorno — the pocketable, folding, bluetooth keyboard.


Jorno is the folding Bluetooth keyboard that fits in your pocket and allows you to type with ease anytime, anywhere.  It works with iPhone, iPad and Android devices.  Write email in a cafe.  Take notes in a meeting or class.  Blog wherever you are.
Go mobile and get productive with Jorno.


  • Pocket Size & Durable: Jorno provides the ultimate level of mobility, with a unique 5-way fold.  Its compact size allows you to put it in your pocket and go.  It also stays rigid when unfolded for use in your lap.  Jorno is made of metals and premium plastic resins designed to withstand the mobile lifestyle.
  • Bluetooth Connectivity: Bluetooth connectivity allows you to connect Jorno wirelessly to your mobile device so that you can place the keyboard anywhere you like.  This connectivity even works with your desktop, tablet, or mini-tablet.
  • Detachable Cradle: The compact and detachable cradle that comes with Jorno securely holds your phone/tablet in either portrait or landscape orientation and enabling the set-up that is most convenient for you.  It also features a stowable kickstand and a rubberized surface to hold your device securely.
  • Standard Keyboard Layout: Jorno replicates the same touch-typing experience as your laptop, with a standardized key layout. The key mechanism is a proprietary design, optimized for a comfortable and ergonomic experience.


  • Dimensions: Folded: 3.5 x 3.5 x 1.2 in (88.9 x 88.9 x 30.5 mm)
    Unfolded: 8.5 x 3.5 x 0.3 in (215.9 x 88.9 x 7.6 mm)
  • Weight: 8.8 oz (240.5g)
  • Battery: Rechargeable lithium ion; up to 1 month of wireless productivity per charge (based on normal usage)
  • Connections: Micro USB charging cable (included); Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
  • Indicators: On/Off LED; low battery LED
  • Compatibility: iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch / Mac OS X; Windows 7 & 8 / Vista / XP; Android OS / Symbian / WebOS.


Sunday, 9 December 2012

2013 Upcoming Sony Ericsson X10 Android 4.0

New generation Mini Sony Ericsson x10 has released. GMC supplies global buyers 2013 Sony Ericsson x10 review. Here are some information about best Sony Ericsson x10 for sale. The update xperia x10 android 4.0 version owns muti-function. More specific xperia x10 mini specs at GMC.

The Sony Xperia X10 is a previously high end smart phone in the Xperia series designed by Sony Ericsson. It was the first Sony Ericsson smartphone to utilize the Android operating system. The phone was shipped with Android 1.6, but an upgrade to 2.1was made available starting 31 October, 2010, with a gradual international rollout. Originally, Sony Ericsson stated that the X10 would not receive an upgrade to Android 2.2 (Froyo) or beyond, but the phone was later upgraded to 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) with the updates starting on 29 July, 2011.

The 2013 phone features an 8.1 MP camera and a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU. Its screen has a widescreen resolution, 480 x 854 pixels, and features a virtual keyboard rather than a physical one. It makes use of HSPA (3G+) for its mobile connection, giving it top download speeds of 7.2 Mbit/s. The UX platform features two applications which allow the user to consolidate all of their communications and media, Timescape and Mediascape, respectively.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 has a user-friendly design with a brilliant display. The feature set is generous,
the internal performance is fast, and call quality is satisfactory.  With this Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 cellular phone, make a style statement with its large touchscreen. This Sony Ericsson mobile phone has a 4.0-inch, 480x854-pixels resolution TFT LCD display. Shoot pictures and videos using the built-in 8.0-megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash. This Sony Ericsson cell phone has a 1 GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 200 GPU, and 384 MB RAM running Google’s Android 1.6 (Donut) operating system. This 3G HSDPA Sony Ericsson cell phone provides fast internet surfing on the go. This Sony Ericsson mobile phone has 1 GB internal storage memory, upgradeable up to 32 GB microSD memory cards. The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 cellular phone has built-in WiFi and Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP support, and a microUSB 2.0 port.

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Upcoming camera trends for 2013

THE world's biggest camera show took over the German city of Cologne last week, attracting more than 180,000 visitors from around the world and more than 1000 companies keen to show off new and upcoming creations.

Despite Photokina's global attendance, camera makers are facing a tough road.
Consumers increasingly turning to smartphones are buying fewer digital cameras, printing fewer photographs.
In Australia, camera sales fell 5 per cent last year. Compact camera purchases fell 8 per cent in the last six months of 2011, according to the Canon Digital Lifestyle Index, while digital SLR sales jumped 26 per cent.
The industry is hardly selling a doom-and-gloom story, however, with manufacturers keen to find new ways to encourage photographers to upgrade and stick with dedicated cameras.

Below are some of the top trends from Photokina 2012.


Full-frame digital cameras are so named because their image sensors are almost as big as a 35mm frame of film. They can capture more detail as a result, and lenses added to these cameras offer the same focal length as their name suggests (a 50mm lens offers a 50mm field of view).
Canon and Nikon both revealed new full-frame DSLR cameras aimed at enthusiast and beginner photographers.

Canon's new EOS 6D, for example, is a 20.2-megapixel full-frame camera that can shoot full high-definition video, 4.5 photos a second, and arrives in the lightest body for a camera of its kind at 770g. It's expected to sell in the range of $2400 in December.
Rival Nikon has beaten Canon to the punch, releasing its full-frame camera for enthusiasts almost immediately. The D600 comes with a 24.3-megapixel resolution, 5.5 frames-a-second shooting speed and a $2599 price.

Nikon product marketing manager John Young says the D600 is an important addition to the line-up.
"In a market that's declining, it's important to get our customers interested in upgrading."
Sony also joined the trend, launching an unorthodox full-frame camera, the RX1, that features a large sensor in a compact body, and a full-frame SLT camera in the Alpha 99, while Leica showed off two new full-frame compact cameras in the Leica M and M-E.


While compact digital camera sales are faltering, sales of compact system cameras are rising.
Sales of these cameras - which offer changeable lenses and small bodies - grew 156 per cent in the past year and now represent 18 per cent of all interchangeable lens cameras.
Olympus professional photography manager Lucas Tan says the company expects these cameras to represent 25 per cent of this market by Christmas.

As such, Olympus launched two new Pen cameras at Photokina this year, including the Pen Lite E-PL5 and the Pen Mini E-PM2. Both feature the same 16-megapixel sensor, image sensor and fast autofocus as the company's OM-D camera, and both offer touchscreens that can be used as shutter buttons.
Sony also released a new compact system camera in the NEX-6, featuring a 16-megapixel sensor and full HD video capture.


Photographers are sharing more photographs digitally than in print and camera makers are catching the trend.
Both Samsung and Nikon have launched phones that use Google Android software, with the 4G-ready Galaxy Camera and Coolpix S800c both able to share photos immediately and use apps such as Instagram.
Yet more cameras will feature built-in wi-fi without making a big deal of the inclusion. New internet-ready models include the Panasonic Lumix GH3 and Canon 6D, while Toshiba plans to launch a range of FlashAir Wi-Fi SDHC memory cards that will connect cameras to computers and smartphones.