My Playstation 3 Slim was bought with a 160GIG HardDrive and I could see no major reason why I would need to worry about upgrading it. With the recent purchase of PSN Plus, this meant I had to store all the games on the drive and it was not long at all before the drive soon was full. This meant once I had finished a game, I had to remove it to make room for the next one. A rather easy fix was to just buy a bigger hard drive, what size would I choose and were would I buy it from?
It is a given that Logitech make good Keyboard/Mice and the webcam range is second to none. Microsoft got better at Webcams of late compared to the earlier models (which were terrible). Checking the prices of the two, you can get a Microsoft Lifecam Studio for £52 while the Logitech C910 can be bought for £54, so about the same price. They both started life closer to £90 and on paper they both seem to handle HD, have good optics and a very good picture.
The technology will feature the innovative new Citrix Multistream HD™, which will let the attendants to participate in a video conferencing with up to six people.
The total maximum resolution allowed for the session is 1920p x 960p, making it the first in the market. The technology will also allow people to view video and the presenter’s shared desktop in the same screen.
Of the many Webcam’s out there, Microsoft feel they can offer a true HD experience with there Microsoft LifeCam Studio. While the initial price was closer to £80, it has dropped all the way down to £50 which means its is either very good value or it was not quite as good as first thought and is not selling. I had the chance to try one out for a brief period and everything recorded was using the supplied software and office style lighting. The question on your lips when you stand in the store will be “Is this worth the money and should I buy it”. I hope the video and pictures presented can in some way help you make that choice.
At work I got a replacement phone, the current model they hand out now is the HTC HD Mini which runs on Windows Mobile 6.5 and has a sense UI bolted on front to give it a Android type look. What HTC did was take the HTC HD2 and shrink it down to a more manageable size – of course going down in size means they had to cut back on some items such as screen size and processor speed.