Canon announces 2 new compact camera for the Zoom lovers

Compact point to shoot camera technology is nearly at the end of its service lines but many people still loves it for many reasons. Optical zoom is one of those features. And if you like zoom camera very much, then the following news is only for you. Canon just announced two new members of the PowerShot line of digital cameras – the SX500 IS and the SX160 IS.

The S160 IS is the successor to the SX150 IS. it packs a 28-448mm lens capable of 16X optical zoom. It’s powered by AA batteries. It has a 3’’ screen with 230k dots. It can shoot 720p HD video at 25 fps. It will be available in September for $229.99.
The Canon PowerShot SX500 IS features a lens with the impressive 30x optical zoom covering the 24-720mm range and offering a maximum aperture range of F/3.4-5.8. The superzoom also offers a Zoom Framing Assist feature – if you lose sight of your desired target just hit the ZFA button and the camera will quickly zoom out so you can see what you want to focus on. Releasing the button brings you back to the zoomed-in position. It comes with Canon’s Intelligent IS for camera shake reduction. But video recording of this $330 camera isn’t good at all. It only records 720p HD video like the previous one. It will available on September too.

Dell coming with 27-inch Advanced High Performance IPS monitor

Well, LED monitors are the current leader in the market. But we already have IPS monitor, and within a few days we will have AH-IPS too. Dell's new monitor pairs a backlit LED with a 27-inch AH-IPS display. The Dell U2713HM is the company's first Advanced High Performance IPS panel, pairs a backlit LED with a 27-inch AH-IPS display. The screen can output up to 2,560 x 1,440 (WQHD) resolutions. The monitor has HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA or DVI-D post at the back with a four-port USB 3.0 hub embedded. Dell also promising a 37 percent reduction in energy consumption compared to the preceding U2711.

As expected the price tag is very high. The U2713HM has been marked up at 50,000 yen ($637) and is available starting today.

Change your Windows 7 look to Windows 8 Release Preview

Windows 8 final version release is only 3 months away. Before that we have the latest Windows 8 Release Preview on our hand. I just loved it. Its awesome the most perfect among all the Windows 8 reviews we had yet. Now as always there is a question of transformation. What would you do if you wanna transform your Windows 7 to Windows 8? Ok, no headaches, there is a guy on Deviantart forum, Mare-m is successfully transforming Windows 7 according to Windows 8 as you wish.

His Windows 8 Release Preview theme for Windows 7 can be used on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. He directly ports the theme from Windows 8 release preview. Over 400 images exported from original Windows 8 RP aero.msstyles.

Windows 8 Release Preview theme for Windows 7 contains:
- Windows 8 visual style
- Windows 8 RP colors
- Windows 8 wallpapers
- Windows 8 cursor
- Windows 8 fonts
- Windows 8 navigation and address bar buttons
Credit: mare-m

Click HERE to download the themes from Devianart forum.

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