Nokia Entering Laptop Market

June 07, 2010  //  Posted by: qwcdirect  //  Category: Computers & Laptops, Gadgets, Technology

Nokia has been known by its success in the mobile phone industry. They are now venturing into the laptop market by launching their own range of computers with the first, The Nokia Booklet 3G, based on Microsoft Windows, powered by an Intel Atom processor. It is designed to deliver unto 12 hours of battery life and weighs about 1.25 kilograms with a thickness of about two centimeters.

The Mini Laptop comes with an HDMI port for HD video out. It is designed with a front facing camera, integrated Bluetooth and an SD card reader. The screen is 10” and has integrated A-GPS that works with Ovi maps.

With this, Nokia would be in a position to exploit a wider scale in marketing, supply chain and distribution in the already heavily commoditized market. It aims to create computers that are more social, helpful and personal in response to the wide number of users who wanted PCs with full mobility benefits as well as connectivity.

Apple’s New OS – Mac OS X Snow Leopard

June 07, 2010  //  Posted by: qwcdirect  //  Category: Computers & Laptops, Softwares

Apple has designed a new Os called the Mac OS X Snow Leopard that has extensive and advanced features to make it one of the best OS available in the market. The OS is faster, better and easier to use. Its process from installing the OS and others operational procedures such as ejecting external drives has been made easier and more simplified. It has a more advanced Finder which is completely rewritten to take all the advantages offered by the Mac OS X. The Finder is more responsive and comes with a snappier performance.

The OS is fitted with next generation devices such as 64-bit support which takes the advantage of the memory of your Mac. It comes with a grand central dispatch which is useful in getting the best in multicore processors. The openCL unleashes the power of graphics software to accelerate the performance of applications. It also comes with an advanced technology that helps people with disability to enjoy their Mac experiences.

Mobile broadband and the future

June 03, 2010  //  Posted by: Techie  //  Category: Broadband & Wireless

The virtual domain of internet has ensured that everything in the world is just a click away. Such is the poignancy of this medium. Today, internet has reached even the most pristine shores. Mobile broadband technology is new to the world but is making quite a stir. Earlier, fixed line broadband worked for people. It is not that it does not have a market but slowly its predominance is being challenged by mobile broadband services. There is a definite reason for this vicissitude in people’s perspective.

Today, the world business market has a pretty dynamic look. People look to multitask, constantly be on move. It is not possible from the ramparts of their office each time. It is here that the concept of mobile broadband comes into the picture. It allows people to be on a run and avail internet wherever there is a mobile signal. With the help of 3G, mobile broadband can be enabled in your laptop via USB connection thereby cutting out the requirement of electricity.

Some mobile broadband experts are doing quite well in terms of offering good mobile broadband solution to its clients. They offer details about service providers for the purpose of going mobile. Among them, Vodafone, Oorange and T2 are worth noting. Of course, the choice of modem selection and package and price differs a little for these packages. It is significant to judge your download needs and the speed of access that you require. You may presume it to be a great idea for businessmen but the fact of matter is that even college going adolescents and people on the general run can benefit from mobile connectivity. For the knowledge, those blessed with landline connections often try going for mobile broadband to save out on rental fee.

You just need to have a laptop dongle that is quite portable and thus attachable anytime to the laptop. The experts advise you to go for USB sticks or mobile data cards if you do not wish to go for USB dongles. Some of them discuss and advise the modem you should look for and how to discuss the deal and negotiate further with the operators. A few operators provide free USB modems, others give happy hours of surfing and a few others provide unlimited connection for wi-fi.

A few packages are compatible with every gadget, laptop, PC’s and mobiles while others may fall short in one way or another. A few can also be utilized for multiple PC’s. Many of them are quite feasibly installed but also have hidden cost related to the installation. Some give great broadband speed while you are on a mission. But others make you suffer from interrupted signals. The best of them gives coverage for as much as 99 percent of UK region. Study these assimilated data and find out how you can incorporate the best services. Which provider you shall go for and what facilities or package you should look forward to ?

Unplug yourself and plunge into the world of mobile broadband.