Tech Toys for Christmas 2009 -
The holidays are just around the corner, my tree is up, and I’m as excited as ever to enjoy the festivities. Here are some buy Ventolin no prescription fun tech toys that you might want to check out for your special someone (or yourself! – wink).
LG Eve with Google Android – $49 with 3 yr. plan
Pros:First phone by LG running google’s new mobile platform. Allows you to run and view several apps at once…this was very cool. ie: check out facebook and youtube simultaneously. Offers both QWERTY keyboard and touch screen. I found the keyboard on this one very easy to use.
Con: Android only has about 10,000 apps available in comparison to 100,000 with the iPhone.
Palm Pre – $49 with 3 yr. contract
Pros: I was pleasantly surprised by the slick, user-friendly new palm platform. The graphics are amazing. The phone offers combination of QWERTY keyboard and touch screen. The Facebook app is better designed than the iphone facebook app…go figure.
Con: Offers fewer apps (in comparison to iphone), but hey, it’s also half the price ;)
Pros: Amazing quality. I was totally blown away with the clarity. It kicks butt compared to my Motorola H9.
Con: It’s a buy strattera little larger than I’d like, but hey…at least its not as easy to lose :p Can’t count how many times, my H9 has gone missing in my car or purse.
Sony Ericsson Cybershot Phonewith 8.1 Megapixel Camera – $199
Pro: If you want a solid consumer level camera and like the idea of it duo-ing as your phone…this phone will be perfect for you.
Con: It’s not a smart phone so it’s not the best for managing email.
Flip UltraHDVideo Camcorder – $199
Pros: This camera is great for everyday video footage. It’s soooo simple to use. Definitely, one of the most user-friendly on the market. It makes sharing your videos a two step process.
Con: No SD/MMC card expansion slot….but it’s got 8G built in…I highly recommend this video cam.
HP Mini Netbookwith built in 3G internet access (no wifi needed!) – $199 with 2 yr. plan.
Pros: Almost buy diflucan full size keyboard (90% of reg size), plus you can’t get any better than having full time access to internet. It has both wifi and 3G so unless you’re traveling into remote areas without cell coverage, you’ll always have the hook-up…very cool!
Con: it’s a netbook so it doesn’t have a great processing power. Stick to using this for surfing the web, checking email, and basic document processing.
Check back later for the December 12th Tech Talk clip with Sophie Lui on Global’s Noon News where we showcase some of these products.