November 2009 Tips And Tools

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  • #BMPR NOVEMBER
    Tech Treats
    By @andinarvaez
  • HD mini camcorders
    Flip UltraHD
    Best video quality
    Powers via USB or AA baatteries
    Mac and PC compatible
    Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM1
    Shoots720p and 1080p HD video
    Powered by rechargeable lithium batter
    (no cables!)
    Memory card not included
    PC compatible only
  • Digital cameras
    New Nikon
    COOLPIX S1000pj
    First ever projector camera
    Touch screen for quick capture
    Auto scene selection
    Endorsed by Ashton Kutcher, so you know its good right?
  • More smartphones
    Google Android
    Dell Mini 3
    Droid
    Palm Pre
    Nokia
    Microsoft
    BlackBerry
    iPhone
    Point is its a buyers market!
  • Netbooks
    Best netbooks according to CNET (as of Oct. 30, 2009)
    Asus Eee PC 1005HA
    HP Mini 311
    HP Mini 5101
    Samsung Go N310
    Dell Inspiron Mini 10v
    Andi says: Netbooks are awesomesauce. They make it possible to do anything from anywhere without having to carry the extra bulk / weight.
  • More cool new gadgets
    TwitterPeek
    The first ever Twitter-only device
  • More cool new gadgets
    Eye-Fi (SD / SDHC card)
    Allows you to upload images/video to your computer instantly over Wi-Fi, beam files to your computer via storage on the Eye-Fi cloud or upload automatically to any of up to 25 photo-sharing sites like Flickr, Facebook and Picasa
  • More cool gadgets
    Roku Player
    Connects to your TV to play your Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand and MLB.com video content
  • More cool gadgets
    SqueezeBox
    Networked music player. Plays your music and streams from Rhapsody, Napster, Pandora, last.fm, Slacker and other internet radio
  • More resources
    Walt Mossbergs blog on All Things Digital
    http://mossblog.allthingsd.com
    Consumer Electronics Association (CES)
    http://www.cesweb.org
    Wireds Gadget Lab blog
    http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab