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Exemode SQ30m

Microsoft Windows 7 has sold 150 million licenses, which amounts to 7 copies sold per second

Exemode, a Japanese company has come out with a mini digicam which houses a 1.95MP sensor and weighs 21 gms

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MP LE

7 per second

NuMark TTi USB Turntable

For all the old school music enthusiasts who want to digitise their music collection basically switch from vinyl records to an MP3 library, then the NuMark Turntable does the trick for you with just a few mouse clicks. An add on is the availability of an iPod dock where you can simply dock your player and transfer music directly from vinyl to the ipod. The NuMark turntable comes with Gracenote MusicID technology software which analyzes the vinyl and retrieves information like album art, song, artist information on your PC or Mac.

Samsung C9000

Samsung introduces the C9000 series of ultra slim TV's. What’s unique about this TV is its Wi-Fi enabled remote control which uses the DLNA technology to merge other gadgets in the house and stream videos, photos or music onto the TV screen. Sounds fascinating then hold on to this, on the remote's screen which has a resolution of 1080p you can surf for content on other channels while a Blu-ray is being played on the TV or its tuned to a channel which you dislike. However the remote looks suspiciously like an iPhone.

Panasonic HD 3D Cam

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Everybody seems to be bitten by the 3D bug these days, continuing the march forward is Panasonic unveiling world’s first 3D camera the AG-3DA1. Introduced at the annual CES convention this surely is a breath of fresh air for film makers and video enthusiasts as it is a convenient replacement for their 2 camera and mirror, setup which was earlier used for recording 3D footage. Now this single unit does it all, recording 3D HD content on 2x32GB SD cards. It will go on sale by the end of the year for $21000 and is made to order.

Zenith Xtreme Tourbillion ZeroG

Do you spend a lot of time in Zero G environment and find it hard to keep track of it? then your cries have been heard as Swiss watch maker Zenith has made just what you have been looking for the Xtreme Tourbillon ZERO-G El Primero. This state of the art watch can operate in zero gravity environment and is water proof up to 1000 ft. The watch is made from two of the most toughest materials known to man- titanium and kevlar. The watch is mounted with a free-moving gyroscope which always points down no matter how it is positioned. Starting from just $ 500,000 this is a must take accessory for your trip to the moon.

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Digit July 2010 Issue  

In this issue, we focus on Open Source and also test over 100 products, including graphics cards, Wi-Fi routers, gaming peripherals, and mor...

Digit July 2010 Issue  

In this issue, we focus on Open Source and also test over 100 products, including graphics cards, Wi-Fi routers, gaming peripherals, and mor...