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Samsung NX100 'Hybrid' 14.6MP Camera Review  - Samsung NX100 'Hybrid' 14.6MP Camera Review
Fri, December 31 2010 | 11:52AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Six-months ago in my last Samsung related camera review; I looked at the interesting NX10 camera. This camera had no mirror box, which allowed the DSLR-like body to be smaller in depth than the competition. At the end of the review I came to the conclusion that while the video quality was not at the same level as the picture quality, I thought it was a solid first attempt by Samsung, even though they still had work to do in order to play catch up. I thoroughly enjoyed my time with the NX100. Fast forward and today I will look at the new Samsung NX100 ‘Hybrid’ 14.6MP Camera and share with you about this new approach to the DSLR/digital camera segment from Samsung. They are sure bringing out diverse and different looking products than the norm. Although I don’t understand their naming convention, we’ll see if the NX100 is any different than the NX10 because the specifications and the way Samsung is marketing the NX100 as opposed to how they are marketing the NX10, don’t really paint a different picture aside from the size of the body. Is the NX100 the same exact camera as the NX10, but just in a different body? I’ll try to figure this out and see if this package is an attractive solution and which one did I like better personally speaking."
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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge Review - Lenovo ThinkPad Edge Review
Wed, February 17 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Lenovo had one of the largest showings from any single PC manufacturer at CES this year, and while sifting through the company's new lineup of machines can be a daunting task for the average consumer, it was pretty clear from the outset that the ThinkPad Edge would be one of Lenovo's standout products of 2010. In many ways, it's a departure from the ThinkPad norm. It's the first ThinkPad to be available in more than just black (it will also ship in red), and there are a copious amount of customization options. Processors from both AMD and Intel are available, and it ships in 13", 14" and 15" form factors. It's not usual that a single machine type is available in ultraportable, mid-size and full-size notebook form factors, but the Edge seemingly breaks the mold...
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