March 27 will be released the Wii Mini

Wii Mini

Given that the sales results of the new Wii U are not expected, it seems that Nintendo has decided to launch a new finish to enhance sales. And so in a few weeks, on March 27, will go on sale Wii Mini, a new version of the popular console whose size (and price) will be slightly reduced. The launch of the new console will also include a series of family games framed within Nintendo Selects.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 vs iPad Mini

Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 vs iPad Mini

Samsung pioneered the launch of a tablet format to the general public; we refer to the Galaxy Tab with seven-inch screen. At the time this size was not usually in a tablet and most betting on screens around ten inches. But time has given them reason and because there are several brands that have entered this segment, including Apple’s own iPad Mini. Such tablets are more compact and lightweight, so transportation is more comfortable but at the same time do not give up a large screen, and its price is…

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Samsung HomeSync: Media center for the whole family

Samsung HomeSync

Samsung does not want to neglect the home segment and has launched the Samsung HomeSync, a media player that offers much more, wanting to become the center display and synchronization of multimedia content in our house, thanks to its internal hard drive with a capacity of 1TB storage and content synchronization unit with which we can assign a private space in the internal memory of this gadget for each family member, with separate username and password to access it. This option is the most interesting part of the HomeSync and…

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Chromebook Pixel: Google computer is already here

Chromebook Pixel

Do you remember that we have been talking these days of possible launch of a Google computer? Well, finally the Google Chromebook under the brand name of the search engine has arrived. It is called Chromebook Pixel and we discussed it below. Although I think it is more expensive than we might expect because the price will be at around U.S. $1,300. The Chromebook Pixel will feature a display of little less than 13 inch touchscreen with a resolution of no less than 2560 x 1700 pixels. In terms of…

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Recharge your mobile gadget with a cup of hot coffee or cold soda

cup loads mobile

Probably the concepts you are seeing on the screen capture not seem like anything new. But in reality it is. A cup that loads a mobile terminal? Well, yes. It’s what you’re thinking. Just the opposite to what we now sell in many shops of Accessories for mobile phones. For the time being we could buy a kind of iron that connected to our mobile warmed up the coffee, but Kickstarter want to do just the opposite that is the coffee that recharge your phone. What do you think?

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A Guide To Blu-Ray

Blu ray Player

When DVD’s first emerged in the 1990’s, many were blown away by the dramatic increase in sound and picture quality compared to the fuzzy, wobbly VHS of yesteryear. With access to specific scenes at the push of a button and behind the scenes bonus features, it was a huge leap forward in technology. But times have moved on and DVD’s are starting to look like the dated format, with the arrival of Blu-Ray. Blu-Ray Explained With several times the resolution of DVD and as good a sound quality as the…

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Do you know technology-related diseases?

technology disease

Although from our blog we recognize that we are fans of the geek and all kinds of gadgets, like anything, too much is not good. So much so that with the passing of the years and the progress of the consumer electronics, coupled with the fact that each time the accessories and devices cost less, have developed quite a few disorders that in many cases have proved to be considered serious diseases, and today we have curious, so we’re going to have a look. How do you know the diseases…

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Yanko Design: Claims to be the world’s best keyboard

Yanko Design keyboard

Today we return to talk about these curious gadgets that time occasionally reveal online and make us dream of a technological future if we simplify things worth much. This is how precisely born accessories like this keyboard that we will present below. It is signed by Yanko Design and precisely creates the best keyboard in the world. Why? Well, very simple. The keys are made so that its letters or numbers may change, as have integrated e-ink screen that lets you select multiple keyboards depending on the program you’re using,…

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Sonos PlayBar: Wireless soundbar for home theater

Sonos PlayBar

Apparently the throwing of sound bars is turning a fashion or tendency on the part of the manufacturers of audio accessories and on this occasion Sonos presents PlayBar to act as wireless audio player for our home theater, which includes the not despicable at all sum of nine individual loudspeakers in its interior, three treble and six media. It is designed to be placed below the TV, although it could also be used vertically in parallel to it and thanks to a sensor embedded within the Sonos Playbar sound would…

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Getting started in Tablet Publishing

tablet publishing

In today’s fast paced world that is dominated by smart phones and gadgets, companies need to find intuitive ways to reach customers. Bringing mobility to your online presence is an important move that can change your business performance in a great way. The best option is to use a web design agency in the Midlands that offers rich and high quality tablet publication services to take your message to your audience in an effective way. One of the main reasons for the growing popularity of tablets is the flexibility with…

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