Vietnam Mobile Phones

2:49 am in Technology by thanhtinh

In recent years, Vietnam’s mobile phone market is expanding. Statistics showed that currently, there are over 81 million subscribers nationwide. As a result, more users are now turning to other handset brands instead of buying the big-name international brands such as Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung and Nokia.

These big-names are facing tough competition from lesser-known and cheaper Vietnamese phones. Medium and low-class people are seeking Vietnamese brands of phones instead of purchasing one of the 40 international brands imported into their country. Read the rest of this entry →

HTC ChaCha

3:44 am in Hardware & Gadget Review by thanhtinh

The use of smartphones today is spreading like wildfire and HTC has become one of the major brands in the industry. Their latest offering is the HTC ChaCha which basically is a widget smartphone which is made for all of you social network maniacs out there. This is where you can be connected via Facebook throughout the time your phone is switched on where you can share pictures, thoughts, blog or also chat with your friends and families at any time (provided you are on the data plans). Read the rest of this entry →

Nokia reveals their Windows operated prototype

3:41 am in Hardware & Gadget Review by thanhtinh

The mobile phone industry was once a world belonging to Nokia, Motorola and Sony Ericsson. Apple came into the picture and spoilt everything. And then there were the Android phones powered by the likes of Samsung and HTC and whoever wants to compete. That pretty much spelt the end of the Symbian platform phones, dominantly used by Nokia. Read the rest of this entry →

HTC Wildfire S

3:07 am in Hardware & Gadget Review by thanhtinh

The HTC Wildfire S is one of the most anticipated models to come out from Android giant HTC and it is also considered to be one of the most practical as well as affordable. It is an upgrade from the previous (also equally as popular) HTC Wildfire which will be phased out once the S hits the market.

It now comes with a more compact chassis and is installed with the expected Android system while it is also fitted with a high resolution HVGA display. Previously, it only came with a QVGA system. Hence, you will get clearer pictures through its 3.2 inches HVGA display on the set which is ultra light, weighing only 105g.

Powered up by a 600MHz processor, one of the drawbacks of this is that it is only installed with 2.1 version of the Android OS. It also has an inbuilt 512MB of RAM while you can expandable to 32GB using a micro-SD memory card. It supports 2G and 3G networks and also comes with Wi-fi 802.11 and Bluetooth too. Camera comes with a 5 megapixel lens which has auto-focus and led-flash capabilities as well. Other features of the phone include a 3.5 mm stereo audio jack as well as digital compass.

Home, Philips, RCA gets set to rope in the iPad

3:06 am in Hardware & Gadget Review by thanhtinh

With the iPod making inroads into homes and personal computing, it is no surprise that related companies in the industry are moving fast to rope in the music device into their products as well. Released recently into the market were the docking speaker systems for the iPads produced by 3 of the established brands in the music sector namely iHome, Philips, and RCA.

The iHome iD85 is typically a dual-alarm clock radio designed specifically with a top-mounted docking station for not just the iPad but the iPod and  iPhone too. Its one-button sync feature will let you control the clock, the radio functions, the EQ controls and such. Read the rest of this entry →

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Acer Iconia Tab A500

5:22 pm in Hardware & Gadget Review by admin

Who would not like a tablet PC these days? With the iPad becoming the order of the day, all other manufacturers are closing in on the competition, offering their own interpretations on how current and future computing should be like. Acer recently took a step further forward when they launched their Acer Iconia Tab A500 which apart from looking extremely sharp, is also revolutionary. This follows the recent launch of the Iconia series with a natural tablet PC with an attachable keyboard to function like a standard laptop.

It runs on the Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system where the 10 inch tablet is powered up by the 1GHz Tegra 2 Dual Core processor and 1GB of RAM with 32GB of storage space. Micro-SD cards could also be used for more memory space while it is equipped with a 5 mega-pixel camera too. In terms of connectivity, it is Bluetooth enabled, while a Capacitive Multi-touch Screen is used for interaction. It also supports HD files through its Dual Display supported HDMI D-type output connector. In terms of sound, you get a dual speaker system while a dual analog microphone connectivity too is included. This will surely pave the way forward in end user computing with such a powerful machine in a small package.