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Samsung Wave another iPhone killer?

Samsung Wave wants to become the iPhone killer. Wave will be packed up with terrific features, but I thing it has few chances to end the iPhone domination because iPhone is very loved by it’s users and Apple had great marketing strategies so far. Samsung wave is the first phone …

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WIKI USB Digital Microscope

Always wanted a microscope to connect on USB? Try WIKI USB Digital Microscope. This USB Digital Microscope has a magnification of up to 200 times (screen size dependent). The image view is 245mm on a 17′ screen which gives magnifications of 35x and 136x. WIKI USB Digital Microscope features: Resolution: …

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Kitchen TVs

Are you spending too much time in the kitchen or you want to surprise your mom, wife or girlfriend? If the answer is yes you can consider getting a compact TV for kitchen. Kitchen TVs offer: good quality – most are high definition ready compact and stylish design multi-viewing angles …

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Fujitsu Siemens Scenicview A19-2A Computer Monitor

Fujitsu Siemens introduces the new Scenic View A19-2A model with the latest innovative specifications. The screen size is 19 inches with a pixel pitch of 0.294 mm. The display type is flat panel with TFT active matrix and the maximum response time is 8 ms. The maximum resolution is 1280 …

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New Sony Playstation Portable The PSP Go!

Sony’s plans to reintroduce the Playstation Portable as the PSP Go!   The new Playstation Portable is called the PSP Go! and it will boast of the following improvements: – A slide-in feature that will allow for a bigger screen for the Playstation Portable.  Indeed, you think that the current …

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Windows 7 available for Pre-Order

Windows 7 is available for Pre-Order now. To support this launch, two editions, Home Premium and Professional, will be made available for 50% off or more. This offer will last through July 11, 2009 or while supplies last, whichever comes first. Windows 7 is a truly exciting new Microsoft launch …

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