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HTC’s Desire; Loaded with Features

If you are one of those folks that is looking forward towards navigating on your phone through a wider access, to easily streamline the screen at the touch of a button, then the desire features some of the sleekest navigation features through which you will be able get an update from your apps. Unlike the other HTC phones, the HTC desire has been formerly developed to cater to the needs to social networking. Some of the specifications of the HTC desire can be seen as follows:

Price: $700-800

General

  • 1 GHz Processing speed
  • Platform: Android™ 2.1 (Éclair) with HTC Sense™
  • Storage
    • ROM: 512 MB
    • RAM: 576 MB
  • Expansion slot:
    • microSD™ memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)
    • Supports up to 32 GB
  • Connectors
    • 3.5 mm stereo audio jack
    • Standard micro-USB (5-pin micro-USB 2.0)

Sensors

  • G-Sensor
  • Digital compass
  • Proximity sensor
  • Ambient light sensor

Camera

  • 5 megapixel color camera
  • Face detection capability
  • Auto focus and flash
  • Widescreen photo capture
  • Geotagging

Internet

  • 3G:
    • Up to 7.2 Mbps download speed
    • Up to 2 Mbps upload speed
    • Up to 114 kbps downloading
    • IEEE 802.11 b/g
  • GPRS
    • Up to 114 kbps downloading
  • EDGE
    • Up to 560 kbps downloading
  • Wi-Fi
    • IEEE 802.11 b/g

HTC’s “I am Legend”, full Specs and Review

HTC Legend has durable aluminum body which is designed to make the HTC legend compact and shock proof. Not only does it looks great, but enables an easy ergonomic handling of the phone in the hand. Being a bar shaped Smartphone; the Legend enables you to take a call in an instant at the touch of a button.

Apart from its looks the HTC Legend comes packed with various features and specifications which are necessary to be found in today’s Smartphones. Some of the Specifications

Specifications

Price: $500-$550

General

  • 4.44 ounces (126 grams) with battery
  • AMOLED capacitive touch screen with pinch-to-zoom capability
  • Resolution: 320 X 480 HVGA
  • Processing Speed 600 MHz
  • G-Sensor
  • Digital compass
  • Proximity sensor
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Android™ 2.1 (Éclair) with HTC Sense™
  • 3.5 mm stereo audio jack
  • Standard micro-USB (5-pin micro-USB 2.0)

Storage

  • ROM: 512 MB
  • RAM: 384 MB
  • Expansion slot:
    • MicroSD™ memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)
    • Supports up to 32 GB

Camera

  • 5 megapixel color camera
  • Auto focus and flash
  • Widescreen photo capture
  • Geotagging

Internet

  • 3G:
    • Up to 7.2 Mbps download speed
    • Up to 2 Mbps upload speed
  • GPRS:
    • Up to 114 kbps downloading
  • EDGE:
    • Up to 560 kbps downloading
  • Wi-Fi™:
    • IEEE 802.11 b/g

Power & Battery

  • Battery type: Rechargeable Lithium-ion polymer or Lithium-ion battery
  • Capacity: 1300 mAh
  • Talk time:
    • WCDMA: Up to 440 mins
    • GSM: Up to 490 mins

A Review of the NVIDIA Surround and 3D Vision Surround

By now you might be familiar with NVIDIA and 3D Vision Surround which undoubtedly is a response to the Eyefinity technology from AMD which debuted in September 2009 alongside the renowned GPU series. There’s a probability that NVIDIA might have been prodded by ATI engineers in the implementation of this new feature. Even NVIDIA buffs will have to thank guys from the great white north for this breakthrough being reviewed and demonstrated right here. There’s a number unique info you’ll most definitely find very useful.

NVIDIA wanted to do more than just create their own version of AMD’s feat, so they included the 3D Vision card complete with 3D active shutter glasses plus effects which works well for triple-monitor gaming. If you ever came across a single 3D Vision display, you’ll agree that it can be impressive but placing three of them in landscape format is nothing short of amazing.

Fortunately, both players are in the multiple-monitor gaming market which is bound to encourage software engineers to keep innovating and making fresh changes for a better experience.

However it’s pertinent to note that NVIDIA’s Surround technology has disadvantages as well as advantages which first of all has to do with its hardware requirements. This we shall be exploring below.

Configuration and Specification of Hardware

Basically, the quality of both NVIDIA’s Surround and AMD’s Eyefinity are impressive, especially with the triple-monitor, landscape/portrait mode and bezel to bezel sitting features which enhance the visuals and resolution of computer games. For NVIDIA’s Surround, 30-in monitors achieve resolutions of 2560×1600 up to a total of 7680×1600 on being tripled. Though it’s likely the 24-in size may be considered for budget reasons.

AMD on the other hand has the Eyefinity 6 Edition HD 5870 which is a 6-monitor product previously reviewed but it can rather be considered as a product for niche market rather the three display category of focus.

Differences

NVIDIA’s Surround or 3D Vision Surround which has ability for two displays on each GPU, requires SLI configuration. AMD gets three displays via a single card and that requires minimum of a one DisplayPort monitor or a DisplayPort to DVI adapter ($100) to function. Still with its support of three displays on a card, AMD’s solution is not near perfect.

NVIDIA, however supports the most recent graphic cards of the GF100 category; cards such as the GTX 480, GeForce, GTX 465, and the GTX 470. There’s also provision for the old variety namely the GT200-based GeForce GTX 285/280/270/265 and the dual-GPU GTX 295 which is limited (Check below).  The implication of this is that users of PCs with GTX 285 can upgrade to triple display and have choices of Surround mode gaming. This is an impressive and commendable feature, even if there were limitations to GTX 400 cards; a thumbs up for NVIDIA.

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