Lumia 900

Nokia’s New “Need for Speed” Mobile Phone is the Lumia 900 #WindowsPhone

Neonpunch takes on Nokia in a speed battle!

While most heads are turning to look at Microsoft’s new Surface tablet, in Hong Kong Nokia Hong Kong has released the Lumia 900 mobile phone.

Over the last couple of weeks in the lead up to its release the mobile giant has had a number of marketing campaigns to show off how much faster and easier it is to post and share things on Facebook using the new Lumia 900.

At the media event launching the new device three technology journalists were challenged to a speed test and one of them was us, using a Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 we bravely took on the Nokiliath of a mobile phone maker.

Sadly all three of us journalists were beaten by the new Lumia 900 by a few seconds, although our contention is that we could have been faster if we had practiced before hand like the Nokia technician had. Yes, we think we were hustled but all we can do now is blame ourselves for our ineptness. Well played Nokia, well played.

This is Nokia’s latest Windows OS powered mobile phone, which has seen a few upgrades over the Lumia 800. The Nokia Lumia 900 features a 4.3” WVGA AMOLED clear black screen, making it the largest display screen in the Lumia series. The new Lumina sports a 1.4GHz processor, 16GB internal memory, up to 42Mbits download speed, and WiFi tethering. The 900 also has an 8MP Carl Zeiss Camera and is the first in the Lumia series to have a front-facing camera. 
Nokia Lumia 900 is preloaded with IE9 Mobile. Internet browsing is improved with high download speeds and the support of HTML5. Users can share URLs directly on social media sites or via email. Users can call telephone numbers displayed on a website directly, and directly locate an address on Nokia Maps. Users can pin frequently used websites onto the homescreen for their convenience.

All smartphones in the Nokia Lumia series support SkyDrive. Users can log on with their Windows Live ID and receive 25GB of free storage. Not only can users browse, create and edit Microsoft Office documents, they can also save to other devices and share with others via Windows Live.
Pricing and availability
The Nokia Lumia 900 is now available in White, Blue and Black, at retail price of HK$4,798.


Verbatim Store 'n' Go V3 USB 3.0 Drive launched in India

  Verbatim Store 'n' Go V3 USB 3.0 Drive launched in India

Verbatim launched its newest flash drive in the Indian market with support for USB 3.0, dubbed Store 'n' Go V3. USB 3.0 offers about three times faster transfer rate compared to USB 2.0, and has become standard for many desktops and laptops. The flash drive features a stripe that serves as a retractor which allows pushing out and pulling in the USB head from the flash drive. This stripe has been dipped in different hues for a trendy look such as Grey, Orange and Blue. This retractable design ensures that the connector and data is protected. Moreover, as we know, a capless design means no worry of losing the cap, which eventually exposes the connector to damages. 


The sleek USB drive can be picked in storage capacities of 8GB and 16GB. Verbatim Store 'n' Go V3 USB 3.0 Drive is backed by a Lifetime Limited Warranty. Besides USB 3.0 support and retractable design, the Store 'n' Go V3. USB 3.0 is backward compatible with USB 2.0/1.1.

Store 'n' Go V3 USB 3.0 Drive is a world class storage solution for those looking for faster data transfer. With this flash drive it is very easy to transfer multiple files at once or larger files without error. The cap-less design keeps it trendy enough to attract the young generation. At the same time we hope that its high performance will create interest among professionals,” said, Ramesh Tuli, Country Manager, Verbatim India. 

Let’s take a quick look at the features of the Store 'n' Go V3. USB 3.0:

  • USB 3.0 interface for faster data transfer on USB 3.0 equipped computers
  • Retractable design, shields USB connector in transit
  • Available in 3 trendy colors - Grey, Orange and Blue
  • Compatible with all USB ports including USB 2.0/1.1
  • Lifetime limited Warranty
  • Available storage capacities are 8GB and 16GB

The Verbatim Store 'n' Go V3 USB 3.0 Drive are available at a starting price of  INR400.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1

Sony Ericsson Xperia X1


The X1 is an arc-slider phone with the Windows Mobile 6.1 Operating System.
It is Sony Ericsson's first mobile phone to feature Windows Mobile.
The device also has a Java virtual machine (JBed) and supports Java Platform, Micro Edition
that is claimed to have a richer set of features than typically available.
The phone features a three-inch resistive touchscreen overlaying a keypad which emerges when the user slides the touchscreen face upward, much as in the HTC TyTN II, although the X1's touchscreen slides out in an arc.Its touchscreen is a 65,536-color TFT WVGA display. It has a 3.2-megapixel digital camera which records video at thirty frames per second in VGA (640×480) quality.There is also a secondary front-facing camera for videoconferencing that is of QCIF format.Connectivity options for the phone include: mini-USB; wireless LAN 802.11b/g; Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, FTP, and HID; EDGE; and quad-band GSM, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, and HSCSD.The X1 has 512 MB of internal memory (400 MB free), which is expandable to 16 gigabytes using High Capacity microSD cards, currently cards up to 32 gigabytes have been released by SanDisk.The phone also features A-GPS for navigation.The X1 ships with Opera Mobile pre-installed.Standard features on the X1 include push email, an RSS feed aggregator, and handwriting recognition.It is also able to use the GSM network feature Alternate line service.The device is powered by Qualcomm's ARM 11 MSM7200A CPU, which runs at 528 MHz.The device's memory is 256 MB RAM.

Panel interface

The home screen on the Xperia X1 supports up to nine different "panels" which can be switched between by the user, each offering different functionality. This allows users to select exactly which functionality they want on their homescreen, and switch easily. Extra panels can be downloaded from Sony Ericsson or third parties. Sony Ericsson released an SDK for developers which allows panels to be created using either C++ or HTML with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 SP1 or better.There is also a third party website which simplifies the process of creating an HTML panel, as it is quite a complex task with Visual Studio.

Release date

The X1 began shipping on the September 30, 2008. It became available to the UK market on October 27, 2008 (only on Vodafone). The handset is available through the Carphone Warehouse and Phones4Uin the UK. In Europe it will be sold only in Fnac stores (Belgium and France).In Hong Kong, X1 was shipped on 29 October 2008. The first batch of X1 in Hong Kong was dedicated for the mobile operator Three HK and was reserved for the operator's VIP premium user for pre-ordering.In South Africa, it was released to the public on December 16, 2009.On November 13, Sony Ericsson announced that the phone would be available in North America on November 28, 2008 for $799 unlocked.In Australia, the X1a was released on Telstra in December 2008 and went on sale December 26, 2008. It's now also available on the Vodafone and 3 Networks.The Sony Ericsson Canadian website reveals the X1a as "coming soon", available within three months. The availability status was spotted as early as February 14, 2010.

    3" resistive touchscreen with a resolution of 800×480 pixels (WVGA)
    65 thousand color TFT display
Device colors
The phone is available in two colors

    Solid Black
    Steel Silver

Physical attributes
Dimensions: 110.0 × 53.0 × 16.7 millimeters; 4.33 × 2.09 × 0.66 inches
Weight with battery: 158.0 grams; 5.57 ounces
Lithium-Polymer, 1500 mAh.
Talk time:
GSM: 10h
WCDMA video call: 3h
Stand by:
GSM: 20.8 days
WCDMA: 20.7 days
The Xperia X1 supports an always-on 3G broadband Internet connection with high-speed data transfer. This enables audio and video streaming, web surfing, multimedia messaging and email.

Connectivity options include:

 3.5G broadband
    HSDPA with download transfer rate up to 7.2 Mbit/s
    HSUPA with upload transfer rate up to 2.0 Mbit/s
    Bluetooth, with a range of 10 meters
    GPRS modem for dial-up Internet
    Synchronization and content sharing with PCs
    USB mass storage
    USB cable support

Software features
Windows Mobile operating system

    Microsoft Outlook Mobile: email, contacts, calendar, tasks
    Microsoft Office Mobile: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
    Opera Mobile
    Windows Media Player Mobile
    Windows Live
    Exchange ActiveSync
    Voice control
    Utility Applications: file explorer, calculator, pictures & video, notes
The XDAndroid project makes it possible to run Android on some Windows Mobile phones, including the Xperia X1.
Internal memory: up to 400 MB
microSD memory card support up to 16 GB
    Quad-band GSM / GPRS / EDGE: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
    Tri-band UMTS / HSDPA / HSUPA: UMTS 850 / 1900 / 2100 X1a, UMTS 900 / 1900 / 2100 X1i/X1c
    SAR value: 0.57 W/kg




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How To Hide , Show Files or Folders In Windows 7

You may hide your files or folders for privacy or security reasons on your personal computer with windows can hide or show again your files or folders whenever you want.
Hiding a file or folder:-
  • Right click on file or folder you want to hide and click on properties.
  • A small window will pop up check the check-box which says hidden, at bottom of this small window and click OK button

While hiding a folder you may see following window with options
  • apply changes to this folder only(this will only hide selected folder)
  • apply changes to sub folder and files(this will hide sub folders and files of selected folder)
you can choose according to your need but apply changes to sub folder and files is recommended because with this option content of folder also become hidden and not easily searched by window search option

Showing a hidden file or folder:- If you want to see the hidden file or make it visible again then follow following steps
  • Open drive or folder where you hide the file on upper left corner click organize and Files an search option.

  • A small window will pop up click on view tab on this window
  • Under view tab check the check-box show hidden files, folders and drives and press ok you will be able to see hidden files .You can make it visible again by un-checking the hidden check box in properties window as done before.
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Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray

Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray

Sony Ericsson’s Android line continues to expand with the Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray. Effectively a cut-down version of the Xperia Arc, the Xperia Ray is a more compact device that still retains many of the features of its larger sibling.
The most obvious difference between the Ray and the Arc is the size of the screen. On the Ray, the display is just 3.3″ compared to 4.2″ on the Arc, but the resolution is an identical 480 x 852 pixels.
On the back is an 8.1 megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording and a photo light, and on the front is a secondary VGA resolution camera for video calling. The camera supports all the usual features such as geo-tagging and autofocus plus several other additions.

Inside is a 1GHz processor coupled with 512MB of RAM, which should be plenty for the Android 2.3 operating system. There’s also a microSD slot (with a 4GB card in the standard sales package), Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi, 3.5G support and a 3.5mm audio socket and all the usual stuff you’d find on an Android phone.
The Xperia Ray also has an FM radio, it has Sony Ericsson’s enhanced media player, comes with Wisepilot turn-by-turn navigation and it has access to thousands of applications from the Android Market.
The size is the unique selling proposition, placing the Xperia Ray somewhere in the large gap between the Xperia Arc and Xperia Mini. Despite the relatively compact size, you can be sure that the Xperia Ray is a fully-featured and very capable Android device.

There’s a 1500 mAh battery which is quoted as giving up to 7 hours talktime and 18 days standby time on 3G, and the entire package weighs exactly 100 grams which is pretty lightweight for a handset such as this.
Sony Ericsson say that the Xperia Ray should be available during Q3 2011 but gave no guidance on pricing.

Available:Q3 2011
Network:GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 +
UMTS 900 / 2100 or 850 / 1900 / 2100
Data:GPRS + EDGE + UMTS (3G) + HSPA + WiFi
Screen:3.3″ 480 x 854 pixels, 16m colours
Camera:8.1 megapixels
Size:Medium tablet smartphone
111 x 53 x 9mm / 100 grams
Memory card:MicroSD
OS:Android 2.3
Battery life:7 hours talk / 18 days standby (3G)

Apple iPhone 3G

Apple iPhone 3G

The original Apple iPhone was a love it or hate it device – and incredibly slick and stylish handset, but one with a number of serious flaws. The replacement iPhone has been rumoured for months and finally we can see what Apple have kept very secret – the new Apple iPhone 3G. Billed as “Twice as fast. Half the price”, the iPhone certainly addresses two of the key concerns of the original – that it was expensive and slow.
Looking quite similar to the original iPhone, the iPhone 3G has a slightly curved back and a number of cosmetic improvements. As well as being available in black, the iPhone 3G will be available in a more traditional white colour, but of course the main differences are under the hood. 

Obviously, the iPhone 3G supports 3G. But it’s also an HSDPA phone, which makes it 3.5G. In addition, the iPhone 3G’s tri-band UMTS support, plus quad-band GSM, GPRS and EDGE data means that the iPhone 3G should be able to give high-speed data access pretty much anywhere in the world.
Another new feature is GPS – the iPhone 3G uses Advanced GPS to get quicker “fix” times. We’ve seen this before on many other devices, notably the Nokia N95 8GB. There’s a mapping application bundled with the device, although we suspect that full blown satellite navigation may cost more.
Apple claim to have fixed on other annoying feature on the original iPhone – battery life. The iPhone 3G has up to 10 hours talktime on GSM, with a maximum of 5 hours talktime on 3G. Web browsing time on 3G is slated at around 5 to 6 hours. Standby time is around 12 days.

Enough of the good stuff – there are some things that Apple haven’t fixed. Firstly, the camera is still a 2 megapixel unit , as found in the old iPhone (although it does support geotagging). We would have hoped for 5 megapixels or better. The battery is still not user-removable, so a new battery involves a trip to an Apple service centre. The iPhone 3G doesn’t have video calling, which is pretty standard on most 3G phones. Finally, the screen is still a 320 x 480 pixel panel when we would have hoped for a VGA or higher resolution display (as in the HTC Touch Diamond).
Of course, the Apple iPhone 3G still supports WiFi, Bluetooth. As with the original iPhone, the iPhone 3G’s memory is not expandable.. but the 8GB or 16GB included should be plenty.
The Apple iPhone 3G’s launch date is 11th July, and Apple intend to eventually roll out the iPhone 3G in 70 countries. The 8GB model will cost $199, the 16GB model will be $299. Those prices only apply to the US and other countries will have different pricing structures. The full release schedule is here.
It’s more than just hardware, Apple are promoting the fact that the iPhone 3G’s new “iPhone 2.0″ platform will have more applications, and it will also feature their “mobileme” service which includes an intelligent push email service, aimed in particular at those people who either work in small businesses or are personal users. Mobileme will also integrate with PC and Mac based calendering and email tools, and will cost US users $99 a year, and it replaces the existing .Mac service. Software for the new “iPhone 2.0″ platform includes blogging tools, an eBay assistant, games and more serious applications such as those aimed at medical practitioners. Apple’s point is this: the new iPhone is more than hardware, it’s also about the software and services that have been designed to run on it.
While the Apple iPhone 3G is certainly a much better device than the original iPhone, a lot of flaws still exist. Many of Apple’s competitors will be breathing a sigh of relief that the iPhone 3G is certainly not as good as it should be. Still, we think that it will sell well and even the hardest of cynics were impressed by the original iPhone when they get their hands on one.

Network:GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 +
UMTS 850 / 1900 / 2100
Data:GPRS + EDGE + UMTS (3G) + HSDPA + WiFi
Screen:3.5″ 320 x 480 pixels
Camera:2  megapixels
Medium tablet smartphone
115.5 x 62.1 x 12.3mm / 133 grams
Memory card:No
Battery life:5 hours talk / 12 hours standby (3G)
10 hours talk / 12 days standby (GSM)

iPhone 5

iPhone 5

Is the iPhone 5 the beginning of the end for Apple? It’s an incendiary, polarising question that seems to raise the spectre of the impossible. Surely not.. Apple is the world’s biggest company by stock market capitalisation, the iPhone is the biggest selling smartphone in the world, customers love their iDevices. So what can possibly go wrong?
Perhaps if we want to look at the potential dangers, we need to go back in time five years or so when the first iPhone was launched. Back in 2007, Apple was the upstart challenger and Nokia was the market leader that was looking a bit stuck in its ways. When Apple designed the iPhone they started with a blank sheet of paper. They didn’t have to worry about backwards compatibility. They didn’t have to worry about alienating existing customers. They could do what they wanted and they created a handset unencumbered by restrictions or baggage, which appealed to customers precisely because it was refreshingly different from what they had in their pocket at the time.
In 2007, Nokia’s response was slow and half-hearted. As far as they were concerned, they were still the market leader and by the time that Nokia realised that the world had changed it was almost too late for the lumbering Finnish giant to change direction.

Five years on, the situation is almost reversed. Apple is now the market leader, and it now has to worry about all the things it didn’t have to worry about in 2007. Apple can’t mess around with the formula too much, so later generations of the iPhone have been pretty much straight upgrades to the previous one. The iPhone 5 is really just a bigger, faster iPhone 4S.. and the iPhone 4S was just an upgraded iPhone 4 and so on. iPhone 5 release
In 2012 though, Nokia is now the challenger. Last year, Nokia hard rebooted the company and joined forces with Microsoft. Nokia’s first generation of Windows Phones were so-so devices that couldn’t compete with the best in class, but the second generation Lumia 920 certainly is competitive with the very best rival devices, and it shows what a company can create when it stops worrying too much about what it did in the past. iPhone 5 release
In almost every respect the Lumia 920 outclasses the iPhone 5. It has a bigger screen with the same pixel density as the iPhone, a much better camera, NFC support and wireless charging and it looks great with a modern take on classic Nokia designs. iPhone 5 release

Yes, the Nokia Lumia 920 is a massive device which is 65% heavier than the Apple. And the Nokia’s Windows 8 operating system is so new that there are no applications available for it yet. But customers have shown that they don’t mind larger smartphones (witness the millions of Samsung Galaxy Notes that have shipped) and the applications will surely start to come when developers can get their hands on the devices.
Nokia has all the advantages of starting with an (almost) clean sheet. Apple does not. But what’s worse for Apple is that it is also being squeezed by Android devices which offer a much greater choice.
The result of this lack of room to manoeuvre is the iPhone 5. Although it is undoubtedly a good device, it packs no surprises. A bigger screen? Well that was inevitable. A faster processor? Of course. Upgraded software? We wouldn’t expect anything else. Yes, it’s better than the iPhone 4S, but we can’t see that people are going to be trading in their Galaxy S IIIs to get an iPhone instead.

So who is actually going to buy the iPhone 5? Well, mostly existing iPhone customers. Yes, that’s a lot of people, and that should produce some decent sales figures. And the BlackBerry market is looking soft at the moment, so Apple might pick up some figures from there. But by and large, the iPhone 5 doesn’t have anything to tempt existing Android users away (where the Lumia 920 does) and it really looks like Apple will just end up recycling its own customer base rather than wiping out the competition.
The path of sales success followed by decline has been trodden many times before. Nokia used to be the clear market leader but is now struggling, RIM ignored warning signs and stuck with its aging formula for too long. Before that, Motorola nearly killed itself off with the original RAZR.
Big companies such as Apple tend to become risk-averse. They have to worry about shareholder value, and if they’re not careful they end up being run by accountants. But consumers demand more choice and new ideas, and that’s the sort of thing that the late Steve Jobs was good at nurturing. Can Apple ever regain that sort of spirit? People who are familiar with Apple’s history can see that this has happened to Apple before.
Perhaps the critical step will be Apple’s next generation of iPhones. The challenge for Apple is to come up with something better and more radical during 2013. Just producing more of the same is just going to lead to decline in the long term. And yes, we truly believe that unless the iPhone 6 can recapture the spirit of the original iPhone, then Apple will be facing a long-term decline against strengthened competition.

Apple iPad 4

Apple iPad 4

Apple painted themselves into a corner with the third-generation iPad, which they insisted on calling just the “new iPad”. So what happens when you replace that iPad with a newer one? Do you call it the “very new iPad”? That’s the problem that Apple have with the fourth-generation iPad or as we will call it.. the Apple iPad 4.
The rather clumsy name that Apple have officially given to this device is the “iPad with Retina display” which still sounds rather like the iPad 3. But then, the differences between the third-generation and fourth-generation iPads are pretty straightforward.

There are two significant changes. Apple have replaced the A5 processor in the previous model with a version of the A6 processor found in the iPhone 5. The A6 has proven itself to be a blisteringly fast CPU and it really is twice as fast as the A5. On a big-screen high-definition device such as the iPad, that extra processing power is going to be very useful when it comes to processor intensive applications.
The second change is the addition of the new Lightning port, as found on the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini. This will be a great boost in encouraging third parties to support the Lightning port, and this should help to standardize accessories for future iOS devices.

Briefly, the rest of the specifications include a 9.7″ 1536 x 2048 pixel “retina” display, there’s a 5 megapixel camera on the back (plus a 1.2 megapixel one on the front), WiFi and UMTS/LTE support, and the cellular version also has GPS and GLONASS positioning system support, which is all pretty much the same as the iPad 3. The iPad 4 also runs iOS 6 out of the box.
The iPad 4 will sell for the same price as the iPad 3, starting at $499 for the WiFi-only 16GB version and going up $829 for the WiFi and cellular 64GB version. In other countries, you can expect the iPad 4 to seamlessly replace the previous generation when retailers switch over stocks.

Consumers should exercise some care when buying an iPad while the stock changeover is taking place. There are very few obvious differences between the third and fourth generation models apart from the size of the connector at the bottom of the tablet. Apple say that the fourth-generation WiFi-only iPad should start to be available from November 2nd with cellular versions shipping a few weeks after that.

Available:Q4 2012
Network:Optional: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 +
UMTS 850 / 1900 / 1900 / 2100
Model A1459: LTE bands 4 & 17
Model A1460: LTE bands 1, 3, 5, 13, 25 + CDMA/EVDO
Data:WiFi + optional GPRS + EDGE + UMTS (3G) + HSPA+ LTE + EVDO (A1460 only)
Screen:9.7″ 1536 x 2048 pixels
Camera:5 megapixels (main)
1.2 megapixels (sub)
Size:Full size tablet
241 x 186 x 9.4mm / 652 grams
Memory card:None (16GB, 32GB or 64GB internal)
GPS:Cellular version only (plus GLONASS)
OS:iOS 6
Battery life:
10 hours WiFi surfing, 9 hours 4G surfing

Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V

Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V 

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V is almost identical in hardware terms to the existing Xperia Neo, but it comes with a newer version of Android and additional Sony Ericsson software enhancements for a better user experience.
The key hardware change is that the Neo V has a 5 megapixel camera where the original Neo has an 8 megapixel unit. It is unusual for a manufacturer to downgrade a phone like this, we suspect though that there might be supply issues with the 8 megapixel sensor either due to the earthquake in Japan and/or Apple buying up inventory for the next generation iPhone.
The new version of Android is 2.3.4, a pretty slight update to the version 2.3 in the original Neo. However, Sony Ericsson have improved the camera capture capabilities, video playback options and social networking services plus there is Google Talk with Video Chat (which is perhaps what the “V” stands for).

Hardware differences apart from the camera are extremely slight, with the Neo V coming in different colours (white looks particularly good) and some audio tweaks such as Sony’s new xLOUD system.
Just to recap – this is a 1GHz device with 512MB of RAM, a 3.7″ 480 x 854 pixel display, the 5 megapixel camera on the back has with 720p HD video capture, it has GPS, 3.5G, WiFi, microSD expandable memory and Bluetooth. Because this is an Android phone then it also has a web browser, media player and access to thousands of applications in the Android Market.
Sony Ericsson say that they will roll out the 2.3.4 update to ALL 2011 Xperia devices, so don’t despair if you have the original Neo, or the Arc, Play, Pro, Mini, Mini Pro, Active or Ray. Updates for these devices should be available from October onwards.

The Xperia Neo V should be out sometime during Q4 2011 in several colours including white, blue gradient and silver although the press photos also show red and a flower motif.

 Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo V

Network:GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 +
UMTS 900 / 2100 or 850 / 1900 / 2100
Data:GPRS + EDGE + UMTS (3G) + HSPA + WiFi
Screen:3.7″ 480 x 854 pixels, 16m colours
Camera:5 megapixels (main)0.3 megapixels (sub)
Size:Medium tablet smartphone
116 x 57 x 13mm / 126 grams
Memory card:MicroSD
OS:Android 2.3.4
Battery life:7 hours talk / 16 days standby (3G)



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