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Nokia-X short review

Nokia-X Nokia X is the first smartphone of its type.In this phone Nokia present android in its unique style. Hearts of many people just broke with the announcement of Nokia X.It is not the typical android device. Nokia and Microsoft together work very hard to make this to look like Lumia

Keep a Regular Track on Daily Activities with Hidden Security Cameras

Hidden security cameras are nothing new in this age of modern technology as such smart devices  are used by the intelligence bureau when they go for sting operation to catch the culprits red handed. These are also used by the undercover agents to arrest the criminals indulge in black market

MacBook Air 2013

When it first launched, the MacBook Air was the classiest, most portable laptop around, its aluminium casing making it stand out for weight and looks. It often drew gasps when people picked it up for the first time. Now, in a world of ultrabooks and tablets, it needs to prove itself

KNG Andrew mp3 Player

This 40w “Space Invader” Plays music via 3.5mm or SD card and looks not-quite-actionable similar to an Android logo. Expect four hours until you are charging it back up via USB. Price: £30 |

Aves Bluetooth Portable Speaker

You'll get approximately six hours playback from this 3W speaker - not bad considering it's only 10cm in diameter and just over 5cm high. It'll also double as a replacement hockey puck if you fancy getting out on the ice this christmas. if you like my this post you may

Pico Genie P100

This CD case-sized LED projector turns your smartphone into a cinema via the magic of HDMI. The projector has a brightness of 85 lumens and projects at 480p for up to two hours on a single battery charge. Do you like the things i share, please saw rest of my shares

Bladepad for iPhone 5

Stylish Apple accessory designed for gamers who like to play on-the-go. Includes low-latency gaming controller that slides out when needed with illuminated joysticks and buttons. Additional charging power cable allows you to charge your iPhone/iPad whilst playing so you won’t have to fear your battery’s demise. Price: £84 | Bladepad

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 (DW Star rating: 4/5)

Love: Gorgeous clear screen,  light portable design and Touchwiz 4.0. Hate: Price, no HDMI or USB ports and poor sound performance. DW Says: Another fantastic Samsung tablet that surpasses its 10.1-inch compatriot (albeit with a bigger price tag) and is a great alternative to the new iPad. Price: £360 (16GB), £450 (32GB) I

Polaroid Z2300

Inspired by Instagram loving social media addicts, the newest addition to Polaroid’s instant camera range comes with an integrated inkless ZINK technology allowing users to print snaps instantly. With a 10-megapixel image sensor and the capability to produce full colour 2 x 3-inch prints in under a minute, pictures can

ZTE PF100

The move to quadcore processors isn’t limited to smartphones; it makes even more sense in tablets. Another Chinese dragon, ZTE is lining up a 10.1-inch Android tab with a 1.5GHz quadcore, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. A five-meg camera brings up the rear and the Android Army has

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