FujiFilm FinePix F10, Antec Sonata II Case, and more!
Going along with yesterday's update on Google Maps, some Asian governments have voiced their opinion on the technology... they don't like it. There's still some debate has to how serious of a security risk the satellite images are, as the images are a few years old. Living in New Hampshire, I have no concerns as most of my state lacks detailed images. Area 51 has higher quality pictures... could the government be hiding something in the granite state? Well, time to find my tinfoil hat, later folks!
"The new 6.3-megapixel FujiFilm FinePix F10 ($399 MSRP) is a rather unassuming digital camera with a silvery metal finish and plain vanilla styling. Yet looks are very deceiving; this is one of the best performing cameras on the market. The camera has superb low-light shooting capability, film camera-like response, easy-to-operate controls and menus. And, of course, great photo quality."
"Why get an Apple iPod when so many people already own one? If you are someone who likes to buck the trend, maybe something black and glassy will suit you better. Today, Bestia reviews the Olympus m:robe MR-100 digital audio player! Boasting a capacity of 5GB and an internal lithium-ion battery in a light, compact package, could this be the player for you? "
"We take a brand spankin' new Dell Inspiron XPS2 gaming notebook and increase the memory from 512MB to 2GB. We show you how to physically replace and add new memory and the performance differences between the memory sizes. If you've been considering upgrading your notebook memory, read on for the full scoop!"
"While it won't light up your room with a laser show, the Antec Sonata II is the definition of value in a quiet enclosure. They've really set the benchmark with this one. It's approaching perfect for what it is. Let's just hope that the Sonata III will contain no simulated metal and no blinding LEDs."
"Well, the team at Pioneer understands the importance of immersive surround sound without waking the dead, so they developed a pair of Dolby Digital 5.1 headphones. These are supposed to help you relive the movie without disturbing anyone else."