Tuesday, September 28, 2010

CowCow USB 4-Port Hub for $ 12

A very funny hub with four USB 2.0 ports compatible for those who are attracted to such things. This hub can help you to transfer your data and information between your computer and the USB device. It will sound three cow calls when you plug it into the USB port.

The CowCow USB 4-Port Hub
- USB 2.0 compatible with USB 1.1
- Cute cow shape
- You will hear three roars when you connect it to PC
- Size: 90x50x48mm
- Weight: 50g

The CowCow USB 4-Port Hub
You can find it in many color versions, as: white, blue, brown or yellow and has a cost of approximately $ 12.

 via [coolest-gadgets]

Full HD 3D notebook, Xnote A510 by LG for

The world’s first premium notebook offering cinematic 3D experience at near Full HD quality, namely LG Xnote A510 will be launched by LG Electronics (LG). The LG Xnote A510 features a hardware combination never before offered on a notebook.
The 15.6-incher machine will also include LED Backlit 1920 x 1080 screen display resolution, Intel CPU options including Core i7 CPU 840QM and 740QM; Core i5 580M, 560M, and 460M; and Core i3 380M and 370M, up to 4GB of RAM, 640GB of storage, and dedicated graphics with NVIDIA GT425M with 1GB of RAM.
The LG Xnote A510 ships with polarized glasses for easier portability, the notebook boasts SRS TruSurround HD for the ultimate immersive audio experience for movies and games. LG equipped the notebook with TriDef software which converts 2D into 3D content on demand.
The LG A510 notebook is coming in two color schemes: blue-black and champagne gold. LG will roll out this premium notebook in Asia, South America, the Middle East and Africa starting in October 2010.
via [techgeeze] & [laptopspec]

Saturday, September 25, 2010

7-inch tablet frenzy by Dell CEO

First was Samsung's Galaxy Tab, then Apple followed suit with the iPad 2, then recently, Dell's CEO Michael Dell gave a hint of what appears to be their entry to the foray which is consequently powered by Google's Android mobile operating system. 
 via [techgeeze]

Toshiba Qosmio X500 gaming laptop for $1,300

Qosmio X500 gaming laptop by Toshiba, It is rich black and red casing tacked a hefty specifications that includes NVIDIA’s high-end GTX 460M discrete graphics, DirectX 11, Optimus technology, and 3D support for its 18.4 gigantic display.  Anyone Can also choose from Core i7 or i5 processors, SSD range and up to 8GB of RAM. The x-factor for this gaming machine is the simulated Harmon Kardon 5.1 surround sound speakers and backlit keyboard.

Toshiba Qosmio X500 laptop will be available from October, 2010 in U.K.
 via [techgeeze]

Toshiba brings in market Wimax-ready laptops could be between $760 and $1,08

Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., today rolled out a range of premium 4G WiMAX™-ready laptops 1, designed to give consumers broader wireless coverage all over town, not just at wireless hotspots.

Now Toshiba Qosmio X500 gaming laptop was refreshed, here's some of the company's new updated notebooks now Wimax-ready: Satellite E205, M645 and A665, and Protege R705 with MSRP starting between $760 and $1,080 and will hit retail around September 26th. And if you're after that mighty 4G antennas mounted on this machines, hit the continue link for the press release.Thanks for reading.
via [techgeeze]

Self Heating Bottle for Baby by iiamo for £20

iiamo Self Heating Baby Bottle is the only baby’s bottle in the world that will warm up to 180ml of milk to a recommended 37°C in only 4 minutes. And the cool thing there is no need for any electricity, perfect for techie-mom that's always on the go.

Iiamo is a brilliantly designed baby feeding bottle by Karim Rashid, which is the first baby bottle featuring a unique self heating mechanism. Iiamo feeding bottle includes a disposable heating cartridge that is able to heat the milk up to 37 degrees in just four minutes. The main ingredients of this organic cartridge are salt and water, thus you will not have to worry about the hygienic issues for your kids. This useful gadget will provide you easy access to warm milk whether you are on the plane, in your car, at the beach, café or park.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Payperpost Can also the way to earn money


There are dozens of web sites that specialize in bringing advertisers and bloggers together. This competitive industry is called pay per post blogging.

Behind the scenes, advertisers rate the quality of your blog posts. If a particular advertiser isn't pleased with the way you handled the job, it could potentially damage any chance you have at getting paid to blog in the future. So while it may be easy to write a quick post for $5, it's better to invest a bit of extra time to understand what your advertiser wants out of the deal. Read the request completely.

Also, just because you are writing a pay per post ad doesn't mean it can't be a normal blog post that your typical readers would enjoy. Spend some time on the sponsors website or searching the web for information that you can use in your post that also fits the content of your blog. It will make your content more seamless and you'll also have a post to be proud of.

Remember step one. If you write quality blog posts and casually incorporate the ad, it will look natural. There's no reason to be ashamed. You are helping the company to help you. 

Make your posts stand out! If you link to your sponsors website, change the color of their link to make it different from all of the others on your blog. This will draw attention to it, which is what the advertiser wants.

You can also spice up your posts with pictures or clip art. You can find a lot of royalty free stock photos on the web if you search a little. This is easy, and it shows your sponsor that you've put a lot of thought and energy into making your post as eye catching as possible. They will love you for it!
The paid posts, that is. Your blog should flow seamlessly from post to post. If you mainly blog about celebrities, it would be strange to see a post about Britney Spears and then read about online casinos in the next post and baby formula in the post after that. Keep your sponsored blogging to a 1:10 ratio. That means for every paid post that you do, make sure you've written ten regular blog posts - give or take a few - before you take on another job.
Not only will your visitors stick around to read your posts, but your sponsored posts won't get lost in an ocean of advertisements. Being selective will also force the advertisers to compete for your posts, earning you more respect and of course, more money.