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Friday, September 08, 2006

Digital Cameras : Sony Alpha DSLR-A100

By Terry Sullivan

Sony's Alpha DSLR-A100 is the company's first attempt at bringing a digital SLR to market. This camera's design may look familiar, however—it's almost identical to Konica Minolta's 6-megapixel D-SLR, the Maxxum 5D. As many photo enthusiasts know, Sony and Konica Minolta declared an extensive partnership last year, followed by Konica Minolta's surprising departure from the camera and film business. This left Sony with an excellent catalog of proven D-SLR products, including camera bodies, lenses, flashes, and accessories. Still, the question remains whether Sony simply rebranded the 5D or reworked it into a better device. It turns out that Sony did a little of both.

The camera's new features are noteworthy. You'll find a 10.2MP CCD instead of a 6MP sensor, which allows for large prints and gives you more room for cropping photos. Sony also integrated an antidust technology system that uses a special coating on the CCD, combined with an antidust vibration feature similar to the one found on Olympus's Evolt D-SLRs. In short, this keeps your image files spot-free, sparing you from having to remove blemishes in Adobe Photoshop.

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posted by Ikhtiar @ 12:33 AM

Lenovo ThinkPad T60

By Cisco Cheng

For years, the Lenovo (formerly IBM) ThinkPad T series has been racking up our Editors’ Choice awards for business notebooks—and this year is no different. The ThinkPad T60 is Lenovo’s newest corporate dream machine. Not only has the addition of the latest Intel Core Duo technology increased the performance monumentally, but Lenovo integrates 3G wireless with Verizon’s EV-DO, so now you can get broadband access almost anywhere at any time you want.

The T60 comes in the traditional black, which may disappoint those who were anticipating a titanium cover like the one found on the Lenovo ThinkPad Z60m. In general, the design doesn’t deviate from that of its predecessor, the ThinkPad T43. The only subtle differences are the EV-DO antenna protruding from the right side of the screen and the base, which is now covered with magnesium alloy (while the cover still uses a titanium composite), making the T60 a very durable notebook.

The "Access IBM" blue button is now a "ThinkVantage" blue button, which accesses a critically acclaimed abundance of management utilities. The Alt key has shrunk by half to accommodate the addition of a Windows key, which can be combined with other keys for Microsoft Windows and Office shortcuts. The keyboard feels stiffer, but it’s still the best keyboard out there for typing. Lenovo’s TrackPoint technology is also the best in the business, and we prefer it over the touchpad, both of which are included. Our T60 review unit is on the heavy side, tipping the scales at 6.2 pounds. But the extra weight is mostly due to the 15-inch screen and the 9-cell battery, which sticks out about an inch from the back. The display’s resolution (1,400-by-1,050)is higher than that of the Z60t’s widescreen (1,280-by-768).

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posted by Ikhtiar @ 12:06 AM
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