Monday, 16 August 2010

Amazing performance from a car

As I said in the previous post this is the form of transport that will move us humans forward big time.

in reference to:
"But this is no golf buggy. The smart fortwo electric drive has an electronically limited top speed of 62 mph and can cover up to 70 miles between charges, which typically take around 8 hours for a full charge. At average city speeds of around 30 mph, its range extends to 138 miles. And it can accelerate from 0-38 mph in just 6.5 seconds."
- smart - smart world - More info (view on Google Sidewiki)

SMART is seriously smart

I have a normal mhd version, and it is great for basic commuting. It feels great when you are alone on the road with others who are in their big fat ugly smokey cars.

in reference to:

"Due to go into full series production from 2012, the smart fortwo electric drive runs exclusively on electricity, can achieve the equivalent of 300 mpg and produces zero emissions."
- smart - smart world - smart electric drive (view on Google Sidewiki)

Sunday, 15 August 2010

The best site for finding a Camera

There are so many things to consider before you buy a camera. So you need to go to this site. It is absolutely superb and simple.

in reference to:

"Knowing which camera to buy is complicated. Snapsort's goal is to make it easier and faster for you to figure out which camera is right for you."
- About - Snapsort (view on Google Sidewiki)

King Android

The new kid on the block, is now King. And for me HTC Wildfire is the best one so far. It is so customizable and free.

in reference to:

""A non-exclusive strategy that produces products selling across many communication service providers (CSPs), and the backing of so many device manufacturers, which are bringing more attractive devices to market at several different price points, were among the factors that yielded its growth this quarter," said Carolina Milanesi, a Gartner research VP, in a statement."
- Analyst: Android OS Is Now Number One in the U.S. (view on Google Sidewiki)