Since internet are getting a bit of an a*****e, I couldn't report on the MWC 2011 Barcelona. But I got a chance today to give report on all the info and latest products introduced at the MWC 2011. Thanks to GSMArena.
The most awaited gadgets of the MWC 2011 is the Samsung Galaxy S II! It's only 8.49mm in thickness and weight 116g.
Not just that, the SuperAMOLED Plus included is a real deal. Here are some other features of the Galaxy S II.
- Orion 1GHz dual-core processor
- 1GB of RAM
- 8MP camera with 1080p video recording and flash light
- SuperAMOLED Plus reduce power consumption by 18%
That's all with the Galaxy S II, let's move on to the next one, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Lets not talk much on it and move on with its features.
- 10.1" screen of 1280 x 800 resolution
- 6850 mAh battery
- Android 3.0 Honeycomb
- 8MP camera on the back with HD recording and 2MP camera on the front
- 3G connection but can't make phone calls
Next up is the Samsung S5780 Wave 578. Here it goes.
- Front-facing camera
- Bada OS
- NFC Playing Field
And now for the last one is the Samsung Galaxy S Players Wifi 4.0 and Wifi 5.0. Since both of them are nearly the same, let's combine the features and save my time.
- 4" and 5" screen - 1GHz processor - 5MP camera - Android 2.2 Froyo
That's all from Samsung. Yes. That's all. Let's move on to the next one.
Looking Good. LG would want some of the limelights Samsung have been conquering this time.
Their flagship this time is the LG Optimus 3D. Let see what it has to offer.
- Glassess-less 3D screen - 5MP dual-camera that captures 3D images and videos - TI OMAP 4 chipset with dual-core CPU, dual-channel and dual memory - Full plastic body and weight 168g - Dedicated 3D menu
Next is the LG Optimus Black.
- 1GHz CPU - New NOVA display, 4" screen - 9.2mm thick
LG Optimus Pad is the next one on the list. Check it out.
- 8.9” (1280x768) 3D display with glasses - Tegra 2 chipset, 1GHz dual-core CPU - Dual-camera for 3D photo and video - HDMI slot - Android 3.0 Honeycomb
Phew! That's a lot of gadgets to cover. Let's move on to the next one.
Another on the wanted list is the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Play. Here are some of its features. - 4" FWVGA screen - D-pad, touchpad and action button - 1GHz Scorpion CPU - Adreno 205 GPU - PSone game available
Next is the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Neo
- 1GHz CPU - Android 2.3 Gingerbread - 8MP Exmor R camera with HD recording
That's not all from Sony Ericsson. Here is the Sony Ericsson XPERIA Pro.
- 1GHz CPU - Android 2.3 Gingerbread - 8MP Exmor R camera with HD recording - 4-Row QWERTY keyboard
You had enough? No? Here is HTC's lineup at the MWC 2011. Let's start with HTC Incredible S.
- 4" WVGA screen - 8MP camera with dual-LED flash and HD recording - Android 2.2 Froyo - 1GHz Snapdragon CPU - Adreno 205 GPU
The second one from HTC is the HTC Desire S.
- 3.7" WVGA screen - 5MP camera with HD recording - Aluminium unibody design - 1GHz CPU - Android 2.3 Gingerbread
Enough? Wait! We still haven't take a look at Motorola XOOM!
- Android 3.0 Honeycomb - 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor - 1GB of RAM - 32GB of internal memory - 10.1" screen (1280x800) - 5MP camera with dual-LED, HD recording - 2MP front-facing camera - Wireless N with Personal Hotspot, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, A-GPS & 3G - HDMI out, microUSB, 3.5mm jack
WOW! That's a lot of thing being covered up in one post.
There's actually more to be honest but I guess, in the mean time, it is enough. Even I'm getting tired with this.
MWC 2011 haven't even started but Samsung already ahead of the race with the introduction of Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1.
The Galaxy S II comes with an even better display than what's offer last year which is the SuperAMOLED Plus display. The screen measured 4.3" and Samsung claimed that it is the best display in the world and even better than the IPS LCD.
At the moment of speaking, the Galaxy S II is equipped woth the most powerful phone processor in the world! Using their own Orion system, it also comes with 1GB of RAM. It is very light and thin plus the battery inside the gut is a 1650 mAh which will be able to juice the Galaxy S II for quite some time.
1080p video recording and playback are also available on-board together with Adobe Flash 10.1. The new user interface seems to be another feature on this phone.
In the other hand, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 comes with 10.1" 1280x800 WXGA screen, 8MP camera, 1080p video capture, stereo speakers and a 6850 mAh battery.
HP introduced their new smartphones after taking over Palm, the HP Pre 3 and the HP Veer. Not just the two, they also introduced their latest tablet, the HP Touchpad.
The HP Pre 3 holds more power than the previous Palm Pre and Pre 2. The sliding QWERTY smartphone has a 3.6" 800x480 display, 5MP camera with AF and LED flash, 720p HD recording, front-facing camera, mobile hotspot and webOS 2.2. Inside the gut of the Pre 3 are Qualcomm MSM 8x55 1.4 GHz CPU, 802.11a/b/g/n 5GHz, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, A-GPS, a 1230 mAh battery and 512MB of RAM. It will be available in the 8GB and 16GB version.
HP Veer in the other hand is the less powerful but still have the same form factor as the Pre 3. It comes equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 7230 800MHz CPU, 2.6-inch 320x400 display, 5MP EDoF camera, HSPA+ support, 8GB of storage, an accelerometer, proximity and light sensors.
Beside smartphones, HP also comes out with their latest internet tablet, the HP Touchpad. The best thing is that it looks very similiar like the iPad. It comes with webOS 3.0, true multitasking (take that iPad!), Touch-to-share, instant-on productivity, a 9.7-inch display of 1024x768, dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon CPU, built-in gyroscope, accelerometer, compass and 16GB or 32GB of internal memory. There's also a 1.3MP front-facing camera, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and A-GPS.
That was some awesome product made by HP and let's hope it's up to the par and able to beat the iPad head on. The specs of the phones and tablets are too good to be true but in this world of technology, things move so fast, until we can't cope with it.
With the growth of technology, anything can happen. Recently, Canon introduces two new Speedlite unit. The 320EX and the 270EX II.
The 270EX II is a very small flash but it has adequate power to compensate those low light situation. It has a guide number of 27 and the special features of this flash is the remote release button. This can be used with the latest EOS 600D.
The 320EX holds the guide number of 32 and also has the same remote release button with 270EX. However, the major difference between the two is not only the design and guide number but also the built-in video light to be used with EOS range of cameras.
I personally finds the 320EX is a very great and portable flash unit as it is capable to improve low-light situation be it photo or video. Since most DSLR nowadays have a video-recording function, why not have a video-light? Right Canon?
Canon sent out their latest weapons from their arsenal and they are called EOS 1100D and 600D. Let's check what they're made of.
The 1100D comes with the kit lens EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II and equipped with a 12.2MP CMOS sensor, DIGIC 4 image processor, nine-point autofocus system and 63-zone dual-layer metering system. Not just that, this baby can capture HD videos! ISO range also increase to 6400 which helps a lot in low light condition.
The 600D have an 18MP CMOS sensor, ISO range up to 6400, DIGIC 4 image processor, integrated Speedlite setting (suitable for the coming up Speedlite) and also a tilt and swivel screen.
The news on these two are out on the net today. Check it out.
CANON EMPOWERS THE MASSES TO TAKE BETTER PHOTOGRAPHS AND VIDEO
WITH THE NEW EOS REBEL T3i AND EOS REBEL T3 DIGITAL SLR CAMERAS
Two New Speedlites and a New EF-S Lens Round Out the Photographic Journey
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., February 7, 2011 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging, today announced the EOS Rebel T3i and EOS Rebel T3 Digital SLR Cameras, providing numerous intelligent high-end features at attractive price points. Complementing the award-winning EOS Rebel T2i DSLR, the EOS Rebel T3i, Canon's new flagship Rebel, offers fun and easy-to-use features for beginning photographers, and the EOS Rebel T3 provides a more attractively priced option for those looking to experience the pleasure of shooting with a DSLR camera. For the young enthusiast learning photography or the adult looking to learn more, Canon's new Feature Guide instruction will walk Rebel T3i users through functions and provide recommendations for various settings, a great hands-on learning tool. Point-and-Shoot users looking to step-up to a DSLR will enjoy the T3i camera's Scene Intelligent Auto mode, the most intuitive automatic camera mode available in a Canon Rebel camera to date, providing complete scene analysis and optimized settings. One of the most sought-after and requested features for a DSLR camera is now part of the new EOS Rebel T3i, Canon's three-inch Vari-Angle Clear View LCD screen, ideal for properly composing those difficult overhead shots. Comfortable, lightweight and affordable, Canon's new EOS Rebel T3 is a great camera to welcome users to the world of DSLR photography.
"Everyone today is a photographer, and for those looking to capture stunning images and do more with photography, Canon has introduced the EOS Rebel T3i and T3, offering the right balance of high-end features and easy-to-use guidance at a great price. So regardless of experience level or budget, there is a Canon Rebel camera suited to a user's needs and lifestyle," stated Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, Canon U.S.A.
Boasting Canon's EOS HD video capture, 18-megapixel resolution, a three-inch Vari-Angle Clear View LCD screen, new Scene Intelligent Auto, new Video Snapshot technology and new Feature Guide instruction, the EOS Rebel T3i DSLR has plenty of reasons for Mom and Dad to step up to a DSLR. Canon's new EOS Rebel T3 DSLR camera offers users a small, lightweight interchangeable lens camera with fun options. The Rebel T3 features HD movie capture, 12-megapixel resolution and Canon's new informative Feature Guide, to help educate and instruct users as they capture great images, along with the inherent speed and low-light image quality of a Canon DSLR camera. Both new Rebel models are compatible with Canon's complete line of more than 60 Canon EF and EF-S lenses.
New EOS Feature Guide
Canon has also included a new EOS Feature Guide on both new Rebel cameras with an enhanced Quick Settings Screen that now includes detailed descriptions of camera settings. The EOS Feature Guide is designed to help first-time users and beginning enthusiasts better understand each camera setting with descriptions and guided recommendations for when to utilize certain settings. Along with an explanation of camera settings and modes, the Feature Guide includes easy-to-understand directions of how to use particular settings such as aperture adjustment in Canon's Creative Auto mode:
Basic + Function
Canon helps beginners get more creative with photography by letting even the most entry-level novice make camera adjustments with easy to understand setting options. In automatic shooting modes such as Portrait, Landscape, Close-up, Action and Night Scene, Canon users can access a quick menu screen to make adjustments as per the scene's ambience. When shooting in one of Canon's "Basic Zones" users can make adjustments as per the scene's lighting or scene type. An easy-to-read menu lets you select an ambience setting from Vivid, Soft, Warm, Intense, Cool, Brighter, Darker to Monochrome, while a Lighting setting allows users to select from Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten light, Fluorescent light or Sunset.
Rebel T3i Digital SLR Camera
An A+ for Automatic Mode
Canon aims to make everyone a better photographer and has enhanced the capabilities of the Rebel T3i's automatic mode with new Scene Intelligent Auto technology, re-branding the green mode dial setting with a boxed "A+" design. This new camera setting now takes Picture Style into account as part of the camera's "Auto" setting. By analyzing faces, colors, brightness, movement, and contrast, the camera will dynamically adjust picture-style parameters to match the subject and control vividness. Previously, the automatic setting on a Rebel DSLR adjusted exposure, focus, white balance, and Auto Lighting Optimizer, however on the new Rebel T3i, Picture Style Auto is also taken into account as part of the new Scene Intelligent Auto technology. By incorporating this fifth parameter the camera more intelligently analyzes scenes and adjusts settings based on the subject matter being shot. So when the camera is photographing a face it will reproduce more natural skin tones or blue skies for more vivid landscapes, a flashy red car for more saturated color and evening sunsets for more expressive images.
Fun Rebel Features
For the first time in a Rebel DSLR, the new Rebel T3i features a large Vari-Angle three-inch Clear View LCD screen with 1,040,000 dot/VGA resolution plus anti-reflective and smudge-resistant coatings for bright clear viewing from any angle. The large Vari-Angle screen helps compose low-angle or overhead shots whether capturing still images or Full HD video clips. Photographers will enjoy the convenience of capturing an overhead shot of a parade or low-angle shots of their children on the Vari-Angle screen.
Canon's new EOS Rebel T3i DSLR gives creative photographers some fun in-camera tools that enable users to apply Creative Filters to images after they have been shot without altering the original file. Canon's new Creative Image Filters, familiar to Canon PowerShot and EOS 60D users, help make a great image more dynamic by creating an altered copy of the image through any of Canon's four artistic filter options:
* The Soft Focus effect filter helps dramatize an image and smooth over shiny reflections.
* The Grainy Black and White filter can give a different nostalgic perspective to any shot.
* Canon's "Toy Camera" filter deliberately adds vignetting and color shift for a creative option when shooting a colorful scene.
* Users can also make a scene appear like a small-scale model, simulating the look from a tilt-shift lens, with Canon's Miniature Effect filter, great when shooting any scene from a high vantage point.
Each of these filters can be applied to a captured still image in-camera to create a second "filtered" JPEG version, leaving the original JPEG file unaffected.
Another addition to the camera's Live View function is Canon's new Aspect Ratio feature whereby the Live View screen can display cropping lines for 1:1, 16:9 or 4:3 aspect ratios in addition to the standard 3:2 ratio. These cropping lines make it easier to compose images in Live View, and they can help to expedite printing when using Canon's supplied Digital Photo Professional software. Custom aspect ratios are also applied to JPEG images captured directly in-camera.
EOS HD Video Specs
The EOS Rebel T3i with Full HD video capture at 1920 x 1080 resolution in selectable frame rates of 24p, 25p or 30p will grab the attention of film students and independent filmmakers alike. The Rebel T3i incorporates two Canon proprietary technologies for rendering amazing HD video, a DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor and a large APS-C–sized CMOS sensor capturing fine detail and color with an amazing cinematic depth of field. The Rebel T3i DSLR allows for three video recording modes – Full HD and HD in a 16:9 aspect ratio and Standard Definition (SD) in a 4:3 aspect ratio, all at selectable frame rates.
EOS HD Video: Ready For A Close-Up
When shooting Full HD video, the Rebel T3i digitally provides additional zoom power without sacrificing quality. The new Movie Digital Zoom feature, a first for Canon DSLRs, allows users to achieve 3x to 10x magnification while shooting Full HD video. Unlike standard digital zoom for still images, Movie Digital Zoom crops the video image directly from the CMOS sensor at Full HD resolution to preserve video quality and still provide amazing additional telephoto power beyond just the lens. The Movie Digital Zoom feature is great for those times when the lens isn't enough to get you in close, but this feature provides the extra boost without a loss in video quality so a child's smile on stage is just as clear and bright.
EOS Video Snapshot
Canon's new EOS Video Snapshot feature borrows some innovation from Canon's VIXIA line of camcorders for capturing, assembling and playing fun-to-watch video clips. EOS Video Snapshot enables users to capture the video highlights of family vacations, parties or milestone events, with the same ease as taking photos. Consumers can now record a series of two-, four- or eight-second video clips automatically. The scenes are assembled by the camera into continuous Video Snapshot Album files for easy playback and can even be further edited in camera or through Canon's Video Snapshot Task software on a compatible personal computer for added flexibility and fun.
Valuable Additional Features
Along with the adjustable LCD screen, the new EOS Rebel T3i DSLR features a class-leading 18-megapixel Canon CMOS sensor, a proprietary DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor, a 9-point Autofocus system and a 63-zone dual-layer metering system. Capable of capturing kids at play or wildlife on the move, the Rebel T3i can shoot up to 34 consecutive full resolution JPEG still images or up to 11 consecutive RAW images at speeds up to 3.7-frames-per-second to either SD, SDHC or new extended capacity SDXC memory cards.
The Rebel T3i includes an ISO range from 100-6400, allowing it to capture beautiful images without the need for a flash during milestone events such as birthday celebrations, yet it still includes a built-in pop-up flash for those times requiring a little extra light. For the first time on a Rebel camera, the T3i features a built-in Integrated Speedlite Transmitter making it even easier to do multi-flash shoots and provide images with greater ambience. The new Integrated Speedlite settings are now even easier for beginners shooting with multiple flashes.
Pricing and Availability
The Canon EOS T3i Digital SLR camera is scheduled to be delivered to U.S. dealers in the beginning of March, and will be sold in a body-only configuration at an estimated retail price of $799.99. It will also be offered in a kit version with Canon's new EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II zoom lens at an estimated retail price of $899.99. It will also be available in a second kit version with Canon's EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS zoom lens at an estimated retail price of $1099.00.
Rebel T3 Digital SLR Camera
Canon is happy to introduce a chic camera for beginners to ease into the exciting world of DSLR photography and videography; the new EOS Rebel T3 Digital SLR camera. The Rebel T3 is designed to be the camera that can be expertly handled by anyone and allows great-looking photos to be taken with ease and style. The Rebel T3 is excellent in low-light shooting situations and simple to handle and operate.
Putting big imaging power in a small body, the new EOS Rebel T3 DSLR features a 12.2-megapixel Canon CMOS image sensor, a proprietary DIGIC 4 Imaging Processor, a 9-point Autofocus system and a 63-zone dual-layer metering system. With individual pixels measuring roughly 10x larger than a pixel from a point-and-shoot camera sensor, the Rebel T3 is able to absorb more light with less noise, making it ideal for capturing high-quality images in dimly lit situations. The increased efficiencies in gathering light also make the camera better suited to freeze fast-moving objects such as capturing images of children at play at speeds up to 3-frames per second. Compatible with SD, SDHC or new extended capacity SDXC memory cards, the Rebel T3 also shoots 1280x720 HD movies for amazing image quality for both stills and video. The Canon Rebel T3 features an ISO range from 100-6400 for capturing beautiful images in various light settings while also including a built-in pop-up flash. Designed for easy operation through the camera's mode dial, users can go from taking great still images to great video quickly and easily, with simple to understand icons and buttons.
Pricing and Availability
The Canon EOS Rebel T3 Digital SLR camera is scheduled to be delivered to U.S. dealers at the end of March, and will be offered in a kit with Canon's new EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II zoom lens at an estimated retail price of $599.99.
New Kit Lenses
Along with these DSLR cameras, Canon is also introducing a new kit lens, the EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II zoom lens, the standard kit lens for both the Rebel T3i kit configuration and the Rebel T3 kit configuration.
The new EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS II zoom lens features the wide-angle to mid-range zoom flexibility with the advantage of Canon's optical lens-shift image stabilization system that yields up to a full four stops of image-shake correction. The version II of this lens includes new IS algorithms to distinguish between normal photographing and when the camera is panning to automatically provide the optimal level of image-shake correction.
New Canon Speedlite 320EX and Canon Speedlite 270EX II
The new Canon Speedlite 320EX is designed to provide DSLR users with a lightweight and versatile external flash solution. Along with the new Speedlite 320EX regular flash functions, it includes a built-in LED continuous light option that is capable of providing full-time illumination for short distances when shooting video on a DSLR or PowerShot digital camera. Ideally paired with the new EOS Rebel T3i, the new Speedlite 320EX enables bounce flash shooting with six positions including ceiling bounce for vertical shooting, and rear-wall bounce. The Speedlite 320EX also includes a new remote firing function and can remote fire any EOS DSLR camera that has a built-in wireless remote control function or Integrated Speedlite Transmitter such as the new Rebel T3i, EOS 60D, or EOS 7D DSLRs. The new Speedlite 320EX provides photographers with all the great lighting options Speedlites are known for with the added capability to shoot HD video with a full-time LED light option.
The new Canon Speedlite 270EX II, the successor to the popular 270EX Speedlite model, is a compact, lightweight external flash option for Canon cameras including select Canon PowerShot models. Ideal for use with the new EOS Rebel T3, the new Speedlite 270EX II uses only two AA batteries and enables bounce flash shooting with four position steps from 0 degrees to 90 degrees. Like Canon's high-end Speedlite flash models, the 270EX II allows users to control flash functions and input settings using the camera's LCD monitor. The flash also features a quick-lock mechanism and a metal mounting foot for secure and easy attachment and reliable contact. In addition to the features of 270EX model, the Speedlite 270EX II adds a remote firing function similar to that of the Speedlite 320EX. Both new Speedlites can also be used as slave flash units in E-TTL wireless autoflash configurations with other E-TTL compatible EOS and PowerShot cameras. Canon's Speedlite 270EX II is the new compact and versatile lighting tool for photographers empowering them with multiple light options, compact-size and portability.
Pricing and Availability
The Canon Speedlite 320EX is scheduled to be delivered to U.S. dealers in April for an estimated retail price of $249.99. The Canon Speedlite 270EX II is scheduled to be delivered to U.S. dealers in the beginning of April for an estimated retail price of $169.99.
Ever seen something amazing until you ROFLMFAOBBQ? Check this out.
Apparently this is the new camcorder/camera model from JVC which combines the two into one.
This mutant have some pretty fancy specs such as 1080p60 FullHD video recording at 36Mbps and photo capture at 10MP. Plus the 10x optical zoom, 1/2.3" back-illuminated CMOS sensor, 3.0" tilting touchscreen LCD and it uses the company's 'Falconbird' image processor. It has the P/A/S/M shooting modes, 32GB internal memory and can shoot up to 300fps of photos.
The camera have some awesome specs but the design looks freaky. Its like you just put a camcorder in front of your digital camera! The usability of the camera might be shaky as the user might be facing problems using it on long terms shooting (unless you use tripod). What I'm afraid is the camcorder parts will fall off while shooting!
However, its still in the production level and never made it out yet. It will be out this month in Japan I guess.
Tablets keep coming out non-stop until users can't decide which one is the best or among the best.
This time is the LG Optimus Pad or commonly known as G-Slate. The Slate is a 8.9" tablet running Android Honeycomb plus a 3D display of 1280x768. Powered by a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, the Slate will be equipped with front-facing camera, a pair of camera enable to capture 3D picture, 32GB internal memory and a 6400 mAh battery.
The HTC Pyramid entered the rumour mill and it seemed like it is a successor to the Desire HD. Really? I'm not sure about that. Maybe HTC prefer to create HTC Desire 3D rather than some lame-ass pyramid phone.
Now back to the topic. The HTC Pyramid is rumoured to come along with the 1.2MHz dual-core CPU which comes from the same family as the Snapdragon (probably MSM8260). Plus, it might be able to pull off 1080p video recording and playback.
Another best stuff is the qHD display (960x540) which is nearly tablet like and might be able to compete with the Retina display.
But for now it remains a rumour and the MWC 2011 will tell all the stories.
Remember the Pentax K-5 DSLR that made its way into my blog last time? This time, the company that made it release a notice stating that there is a problem with the sensor.
It seems like there are water drop marks on the sensor that cannot be remove by normal cleaning method. This will require the owner to get it serviced at the nearest shop. Pentax claimed that the stains was caused during manufacturing process so that made me think, does they manufacture it in a cave or something?
Previously I put on a post about my wishlist (here) and now I have a new one as the last one got outdated pretty easily as technology move at a very fast rate these few years.
These are the gadgets that I really want to have despite their overly-expensive price. I love gadgets and its not a surprise for me to have one.
The first one on the list is the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Many of you might have wondered why I choose this piece of shit where people all across the globe condemned it. Well, here are a few of my own reasons.
- It is a tablet which is the cheapest compared to an iPad.
- It's running on Android which means it has all those funny widgets hanging around the homescreen. Compared to an iPad which shows nothing but icons.
- Its a MOBILE PHONE. A feature that iPad doesn't have.
- Small size and very portable.
Well, that's my reasoning. If you like it, you'll be like a G6. If not, GTFO.
The second on my wishlist is the Canon EOS 7D.
For this one, I'm not sure about the reasoning because I believe I will not be able to even own it. Freaking expensive and full of features, this DSLR is one of my favourite.
Don't ask when will I buy this piece of junk, I've got no money. Maybe I can have a lot if I sell my body to some rich girls (just kidding).
And number 3 is what-cha-ma-called-it Dyson Air Multiplier.
It is actually a bladeless fan which have 15 times more power than conventional fan. Isn't it interesting?
But I believe it is just a dream-that-will-definitely-won't-come-true.
After experiencing it for a while in London, I believe it is a must-have item in every house in Malaysia. I wonder why it was mass produced in the UK? Its freaking cold right there. They should have made it in Malaysia.
That is the only three which is on my wishlist. And I believe it will stay as a dream. Having the honour to experience using them is already enough for me. If I ever get all those three, I might be the happiest gadget freak on the planet.
That's all for now. Thanks for reading my mumbling thoughts.