Wednesday, June 9, 2010

New Luxury Laptop From Asus And Bang & Olufsen

The insatiable appetite for luxury electronics, especially when it comes to PCs and laptops in unfathomable as users are willing to spend hundreds and thousands of dollars to get their hands on an elegant blend of style and technology. Keeping this trend alive, Asus, one of the biggest computer manufacturers in the world.

The all new Asus NX90 is one of the most elegant laptops in the market and sports polished aluminum exterior with a matte black keyboard and dual touch pads. To make the device even more unique, the touch pads are located on either side of the keyboard, as against the conventional ‘wrist rest’ location. The NX90 has been designed by� Bang & Olufsen, chief designer,� David Lewis and the idea behind the dual touch pads is to provide the users with the freedom of taking complete advantage of Microsoft Windows 7’s multitouch gesture controls.

The device is powered with Intel’s latest Core i7 processor, with a impressive 18 inch display that provides high definition 1080p crystal clear video experience, along with an in-built GeForce GT 335M graphics card. Furthermore, the NX90 consists of dual hard drives and a Blu-ray drive as well.

Asus has spared no effort in ensuring the users, get the best multimedia experience with the NX90, as the machine sports two vertically mounted speakers, one at either side of the monitor and come with a dedicated power system. The entire audio package has been designed and developed on the Sonic Focus technology, of which Asus is extremely proud of.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

You may be able to buy a Sixth Sense

The time has come and now you can may be able to buy a sixth sense. A couple of years ago at TED, we heard from a young grad student named Jeff Han. Jeff showed off a new technology. This technology showed off a new type of interface that anyone who watched the elections on CNN is now familiar with, but at the time no one had seen – the multi-touch. It’s on your I-phone and you are going to see it more and more places. Everyone that was in the audience knew that we were among the first to see a new technology that was going to take off.

Today we got to see another such technology. MIT Media Lab researcher Pattie Maestechnology that her team has been working on that allows us to integrate data with our other senses. The device that she showed us built from off the shelf parts (like a simple web cam) “sees,” and can search for information based on what it sees. For example, you can look at a book in a bookstore, and the devise will pull up an Amazon review and project it onto the book pages for you to read. If you see something you would like to take a picture of, you simply form your hands into a frame, the device “sees” it, and takes a picture of what you have in the frame. It can also project numbers onto your hand which then act as a keyboard for your cell phone. showed a

My words can not do justice to this invention, but my sense is that you will see it soon enough – it is simply is a technology that has to make it out of the lab, and according to the inventor – will cost about the same as today’s cellphone. It is a bit bulky, but remember, it is a prototype.

Monday, May 25, 2009

GPX-4000 Gold Detector

The Ultimate Gold Prospecting Metal Detector

This is an entirely new class of gold machine, unlike anything the industry has seen before - incorporating features and benefits unmatched by any detector previously offered to the general public!

To operate effectively and search deep, gold metal detectors have to eliminate mineralized ground signals which vastly exceed the tiny emission from deep gold targets. Only Minelab's patented, Multi-Period Sensing (MPS) and Dual Voltage Technology (DVT) is specifically designed to punch deep for gold; no matter how bad the soil mineralization is. Through a radically new design, Minelab's gold machines are undisputedly recognized as the BEST gold detectors in the world!

New Functions: No other detector gives you more control over performance.

- New Gain - The gain function sets the overall sensitivity level of your detector. In areas where search conditions are mild, you can increase gain. Conversely, decrease gain in mineralized area. Our sophisticated gain control used in combination with other functions such as timing, audio, and ground balance enhance, the performance.
- New Sensitive Timings - With 2 new sensitive option, the GPX-4000 offers dramatically reduced "hot rock" signals and false ground noise in "hot" ground conditions (Smooth Timing), and extra depth on large targets in "mild" ground conditions (Extra Timing).
- New Ground Balance Type - The GPX-4000's new "Specific Ground Balance" mode will make detecting hot grounds easier than ever before; especially when using Mono-Loop coils.
- New Response - Between large nuggets, prospectors also find many small nuggets. The deep large nuggets can be made more audible with the GPX-4000 new response function. By inverting normal target response deeper, larger nuggets will produce a response closer to that of smaller nuggets.
- New Motion - The GPX-4000 will automatically optimize detecting performance based on the GPX-4000's sweep speed set by the operator.
- New Volume Limit - The volume can now be set to reduce loud signals without compromising signal strength.

New Lithium-Ion Battery: Offers the most longevity of any battery.

- Increased full time power compared to conventional batteries
- Operates the GPX-4000 for over 12 hours.
- Robust and lightweight aluminum housing.
- Self-contained intelligent charging system
- Three to four hours rapid charge time from 12v vehicle or AC adaptor.
- Power monitoring on LCD display.

New LCD Function Display: Allows you to select variable settings for key functions.

- Precisely remember settings for future use,
- No More unintentional change of key settings,
- Personal Settings saved automatically on shut down,
- Restore factory presets at any time.
- Improved Control Panel Layout: The most commonly used functions are now conveniently and cleverly located on the front panel for quick and easy access.

Pre-Set Search Modes: Patch Finding, General Searching and Deep-Seeking.

Experienced prospectors know that different search techniques require different advanced settings on the detector. For best results and maximum performance, the GPX-4000 offers three pre-programmed search modes for three common prospecting techniques.
- The GPX-4000 can be customized to your own preferred settings for each technique or search mode.
- Patch finding
- General Detecting
- Deep Detecting


Brizo is developing new technologies that further aid in water purity. Our DIAMOND Seal Technology uses a diamond-coated valve to keep water from coming into contact with outside contaminants. Additionally, our InnoFlex waterways use PEX-C tubing that not only makes new designs possible, it's completely lead-free. It will be better for all water seal.

New Ferrari F70 2009

The Ferrari F70 will be based on the Aurea Concept launched by Ferrari in 2004. The Aurea Project was born from the desire to place the F1 DNA on a normal car. This is what the new F70 will be about: a car with the design and power of a F1 car, but specially designed for the road.

On designing the Enzo, Ferrari needed to make some compromises in order that both the design and the technologies of the car to be satisfied. So they build the Enzo on aerodynamic consideration. But when they build the FXX they have realized that the Enzo could have all the technologies they had to give up. And in the F70 case all the aerodynamic will be hide under the car. The result is that the exterior design of the F70 won’t be affected by compromises, like in the case of the Enzo due to the aerodynamic technology developed by Ferrari and used in the FXX.

The front design will combine modern elements inspired from F1 cars with retro touches from the old supercars. The F70 will be made of carbon-fibre, and this will help to reduce the weight, thing that is necessary considering the big output of the car.

Like on the future F430 CS, the F70 will feature Magnesium sport wheels and the carbon grille in the back (also good to better cool the engine). The brakes will be upgraded with bigger discs, the soft Pirelli P-Zero tires give the car enormous grip, and the interior is completed with deep sport seats.

In the same style as the Ferrari P4/5, the F70’s two exhaust pipes will be mounted like the F1 cars on the top of the back end, and other two down in the diffuser.

The Ferrari Enzo it is powered by a V12 engine delivering 660 hp. The power on the F70 will grow with around 100 hp. Initially there were rumors that the F70 will have an output more than 800 hp, but Ferrari said that they have no intention of building a competitor for the Bugatti Veyron, and also a car with such an output will generate lots of problems, including heating and weight.

It is expected that the V12 on the F70 to deliver not more than 750 hp. This output will help the car to make the 0 to 60 mph sprint in less than 3 seconds and a top speed of 235 hp.

Ferrari limited the Enzo at 390 units. We expect that the F70 to be limited at 300 units and be priced somewhere at $700.000.

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