Share This Review:Introduction The same goes for laser printers. “Personal lasers” are nothing new, but seldom have we seen laser printers light enough to lug around and small enough to fit on even the most modest patch of desk. (Inkjet printers, that is another matter: See for example, our recent review of the HP Officejet 150, a full-fledged portable all-in-one model.) In fact, until now, we knew of only one—Samsung’s $129-list ML-2165W, which we reviewed back in April 2012.
Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy S3 smartphone has had experts reaching for extravagant luxury-car metaphors since its release in Europe and the Middle East last Tuesday. Tech media website CNET stated the device “is the Ferrari of Android phones, with a gorgeous 4.8-inch 720p resolution display.” Cellphone review website GSM Arena went one better and stated its test center “is about to see the Bugatti Veyron of smartphones do the rounds in an attempt to beat the lap record of its predecessor.
The Samsung Galaxy S III flagship smartphone. Photo: AFP After months of secrecy, Samsung finally announced the much awaited Galaxy SIII smartphone on Thursday at an event in London.
If you’re after a compact laser printer, Samsung’s ML-1865W could be just what you’re looking for. It’s absolutely tiny, and the size is all the more impressive given it doesn’t skimp on paper capacity.
Saving money when you print is all the rage these days, especially with both household and business budgets being squeezed ever more tightly. It’s not surprising then to see a resurgence in mono laser printers hitting the market and the Samsung SCX-3405W is one such machine. It’s standard printer fare on paper with a 20ppm print speed a 1200 x 1200 ppi resolution, and fold down flaps for the paper input tray (150 sheets that one) and the output tray ...
Gagdet Reviews: Samsung Wave Y, Western Digital’s MyBook Liv, Samsung Wave Y WD MyBook Live Price: 1TB: Rs 7,999; 2TB: Rs 9,999; 3TB: Rs 11,499 Share Data Storage Space Many high-end tablet users complain that because these devices lack a USB port, their storage can’t be extended via a USB drive.
By Nick Mitchell Published on Tuesday 10 January 2012 14:27 If anyone was going to challenge Apple’s dominance of the smartphone market, it was Google.
Last updated on: December 5, 2011 19:48 IST Vishal Mathur, ThinkDigit.com It is neither the smartphone, as we know it. Nor it is the tablet, as we know it. This is the perfect example of the hybrid device — slots in perfectly between the smartphone and tablet. While it may not appeal to everyone, the performance boost is undeniable.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is not a tablet and neither is it a smartphone, but it’s a smart touchscreen gadget which embodies smartphone and tablet features — with an artistic touch. Samsung states it’s “a new category of product”. Among other functions, it makes calls and plays games, music and videos.
The Samsung NC215S is the world’s first solar-powered netbook. At first glance, it looks like an ordinary netbook until you notice its x-factor: the solar panel on the netbook’s cover. To recharge the netbook’s battery, simply place it in sunlight for two hours for an hour’s worth of battery life.