Earlier this month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we had the chance to take a look at the infamous Powermat. Powermat is a wireless charging system and an aspirant for the hottest gadget of this year. Instead of having a spaghetti of cables for charging your various gadgets, Powermat confines all this mess into one simple and revolutionary mat. All you need to do is place your phone or device on the mat and it begins charging instantly. So how does this wireless charging technology work? Well, the whole system consist out of one mat, that is available in different sizes allowing you to charge up to three devices simultaneously, and a receiver which is attached to your device of choice. The Powermat X1, X2 and X3 will be available in Summer 2010 for a retail price of $29,99, $44.99 and $59,99 retrospectively. The number of the mat, i.e. X# indicates the number of devices that the mat can charge. There are potable as well as home and office mats available which can be used as a very nifty hub.
Today I’ll show you how to convert videos for your Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, iPhone or whatever device in just a few steps. It’s easy as nothing, you don’t need to select any bitrates, codes or so. All you need is a little freeware application called XMedia Recode which you can be downloaded for free here.
I am a user of Nokia mobile-phones for several years by now. Actually I had many problems with the build-quality and other issues of all the phones by Nokia I have used. Unfortunately the time has gone by and not much except the features has changed. So I decided to write a post about all the issues I am „enjoying” with the company Nokia.
The Nokia N79 is a S60 powered candybar device. It’s S60’s smallest device but how about its advantages, disadvantages and day to day use? This review will answer all these questions!
- 5-megapixel camera with Dual LED and autofocus
- Strong battery
- 3 Xpress covers in the box
- Thin keys
You all know it: You want to watch a movie while you are sitting in the bus or train. But what is the best device for that? I´ve tested three different portable gadgets: The Nokia N95 multimedia computer, the Apple iPod touch and the future of mobile gaming the Sony PSP.
They´re all very good devices in their thing, like the iPod touch in playing music, the PSP in playing games on the go or the N95 in making calls. But they got all one thing in common: The mobile videoplayer.
Today I´ve tested if all three devices are good in playing videos on the go or not and what´s the best of all.