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Sanyo Introduces Two New Dual Camera Xacti

The Japan based electric company; Sanyo has recently launched two new Dual Camera Xacti named as DMX-CG100 and DMX-GH1. Based on the Dual Camera concept, both the video cameras are capable of taking videos and photos with one camera and can capture Full HD video and high resolution photos.

The sleek and slim design of the new Dual Camera Xacti, DMX-CG100 and DMX-GH1 makes them ultraportable. Users can easily carry them anywhere and can capture HD videos and High resolution pictures. The new DMX-CG100 and DMX-GH1, Dual Cameras uses video formats that are easily supported by laptops, desktops, Internet and TV. Both cameras come with 14 mega pixel lens. The DMX-CG100 comes in White, Red and Blue colors while the DMX-GH1 is available in Silver, Pink and Blue colors.

Features of New Dual Camera Xacti:

  • Full HD video and 14 mega-pixel photo capture in a slim design
  • Double Range Zoom covering an extensive scope from wide angle to 12x telephoto
  • Double Sub Rec Buttons for easy capture of low-angle subjects such as children and pets
  • Digital Image Stabilizer and Face Chaser Function for videos
  • The new Digital Image Stabilizer and Face Chaser Function along with Target a Color Function for photos
  • Reverse Sequential Shot Function to prevent the missing of photo opportunities
  • Mini HDMI Terminal for the enjoyment of even more beautiful Full HD resolution
  • Eye-Fi card compatibility enables automatic uploading of images to a computer
  • Compatible with large-capacity recording media, SDXC memory cards

Alienware goes ultraportable!!!

The Alienware we know has always churned the biggest and meanest machines which could put any famous case modder to shame. Even in the laptop segment Alienware designed heavy and powerful machines which in their own way could compete with desktop gaming rigs. The last area where you would expect the company to vie for a market share would be the ultraportables. But apparently Dell thinks otherwise.

Alienware’s M11x Ultraportable marks the entry of the company into ultraportable segment. Before you start wondering if Alienware has gone soft, the M11x is no toy. It is a wolf in a sheep’s clothing. Except for the form factor nothing is ultraportable in this baby. Here is a full spec sheet:

• Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300 @ 1.73GHz
• 4GB of DDR3 RAM (800MHz)
• 11.6″ LCD (1366×768), LED Backlit
• Intel GMA4500M HD (IGP)
• NVIDIA GeForce GT 335M (Discrete)
• 500GB (7200RPM) Seagate Hard Drive
• 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
• No Optical Drive
• 1.3 megapixel webcam
• VGA output
• HDMI Output
• DisplayPort Output
• USB 2.0 x 3,Mini 1394a FireWire
• RJ-45 (Ethernet 10/100)
• Headphone x 2 / Mic Input Jack
• SD / MMC / SDHC Multimedia Card Reader
• SIM Card Slot
• Stereo Speakers
• 4.5 Pounds (with battery)
• Removable 8-Cell Li-ion Battery
• 11.25″ x 9.19″ x 1.29″ (Dimensions)
• Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)

The metal casing is sturdy and gives a sense of strength and rigidity. As is the case with any Alienware laptop the keyboard is excellent with almost no flex . The trackpad too is nice and large. The keyboard is lit up with a bluish hue rather than the multi colour backlighting seen on some of the other Alienware laptops. The screen is crystal clear with displaying a wide gamut of colours in absolute clarity. The screen has a native resolution of 1366×768 which should suffice for all your gaming needs.

The M11x performed very well in the various benchmarking tests namely the 3D Mark Vantage. Its performance was comparatively lower compared to the newer core i3 powered laptops. Nevertheless it makes up for the performance lapse in the gaming arena thanks to its GeForce GT 335.

Battery life is pretty good considering the powerful components inside. Normal usage gave about 5 hours of battery life while intense online gaming gave a little over 2 hours.

The M11x is a very good laptop for the gamer on the move. The ultra small form factor and the powerful components are very appealing indeed. The lack of an optical drive is a letdown though considering it is built for gaming. Considering the fact that Alienware plans to get Optimus to the M11x soon this laptop sure is a very good option.

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