Thursday, 28 July 2011

Solar Technology for Gadgets Samsung NC215 solar powered netbook

The Samsung NC215 solar powered netbook appeared first in Africa in May. And now you can already pre-order the Samsung NC215 on Amazon for $399. The shipping date is not published yet.
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The 10.1-inch Intel Atom N570 powered netbook has the lid covered with solar cells. Other features of the NC215 include 250GB HDD, 1GB RAM, Wifi 802.11n and Windows 7 Starter. 
Samsung is not really forward with information on how much benefit the solar panel is giving you. In any case it looks cool and gives you a green image right away. I heard that works well with the ladies.

Windows Phone 7.5 Toshiba-Fujitsu IS12T

Microsoft together with au by KDDI and Toshiba-Fujitsu announced the world’s first Windows Phone 7.5 device in Japan today – the Toshiba-Fujitsu IS12T. 

According to the official Microsoft Japan website, below are the full specifications of the new device:
Operating SystemWindows Phone 7.5
ColorMagenta, Citrus, Black
WeightApprox. 113g
DimensionsApprox. 118mm x 59mm x 10.6mm
Talk time400 minutes
Standby time210 hours
Screen3.7 inches (WVGA 800X480 pixels)
Capacitive multi-touch touchscreen with fingerprint resistant coating
TFT LCD screen
Camera13.2 megapixels, auto-focus, LED flash
CPUQualcomm MSM8655
Memory512MB RAM / 32GB Internal Memory
External MemoryN/A
Water/Dust ResistanceIPX5/IPX8, IP5X
NetworkCDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev.A (Multi-carrier)
International RoamingYes (supports both GSM and CDMA networks)
Wi-FiIEEE 802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth2.1+ EDR
The IS12T, produced by Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications, will offer a 3.7-inch screen paired to a 13.2-megapixel camera. It will arrive on Japanese store shelves by September or later, according to an IDG video uploaded to YouTube and posted on multiple news Websites, including PC World. The phone supports CDMA-based (Code Division Multiple Access-based) networks.