Tuesday, September 30, 2008

DISPLEX is the best scratch remover for mobile phone screens

If you are really fed up of those itchy bitchy scratches on your mobile phone screen that curbs the pleasure you gain from watching the picture of your beloved once than here is the solution to you. Oh come on you can’t sell your phone just because the screen is no crisper as it used to be when you bought it, it just needs an attention that you should have given it initially. However, better late then never. Displex is an ultimate remedy to cure shabby and unsightly screens for your handheld consoles (PSP, NDS, and GP2X etc.), MP3 players (iPod etc.), mobile telephones.

Talismoon sensed this prevalent customer problem and immediately came out with Displex tube and cloth. You can eliminate the scratches in their displays with this new type of special polishing paste that too quickly and cost-effectively via do-it-yourself process.

Displex is a patented product packaged in 5g pack of polish, enough for approx. 8-10 applications (depending on screen size).

Usage Guide

  • Apply some Displex to the scratched surface of phone or iPod.
  • Polish the scratched areas with firm pressure for 2-3 minutes with the supplied cloth.
  • Re-apply as necessary for deep stubborn scratches.
  • Remove residue.

It actually works

The acrylic lens is lightly dissolved and polished with fine abrasive particles. The corners of the scratch traces are rounded off and the fissure bottom impregnated with excess material. So re-consider if you are planning to get rid of you display gadgets.

Monday, September 29, 2008

10 reasons to make N96 your next phone

To the Nokia loyalists and non-loyalists who have not yet glimpsed into the quality world of the Nokia smartphone, we give 10 reasons and justification to make Nokia N96 your next phone, so that you atleast has an insight to peep into the quality world of Nokia. Nokia is an undisputed champion when it comes to quality in a music, camera and cell phone, and you know that.

Many of the same features are available on the Nokia N96 but have been upgraded and expanded to create a 3G smartphone that is versatile enough to be used for home and work. Nokia N96 review will take you through the roller-coaster ride to discover the unleashed aspects of the features packed into this newest "N" series phone.

  • The Nokia N96 is an ascension from the Nokia N95 8GB and offers some truly lip-smacking features.
  • There's 16GB of on-board memory and the option to expand via a microSDHC slot is stigmatic to the new iPhone.
  • N96 includes GPS, HSDPA (3.5G) and Wi-Fi along with the connectivity options of N95.
  • The kick stand on the back of the handset allows you to rest your phone upright on a table so you need not hold it for hours if you are watching a movie.
  • The Nokia N96 has a dual camera, one a 5.1 megapixel and the other a VGA with auto focus and flash and geo tagging functionality (Via GPS).
  • The Nokia N96 is also a great music phone.
  • 2.8″ screen is reasonable, given enough bitrate/video quality, it is actually quite good for watching movies and TV shows on it.
  • You can download the latest music direct to your phone using the Nokia Music store.
  • The N96 supports video formats including MPEG4, windows media video and flash video, making favourite videos easy to view.
  • Transferring and accessing videos is even faster with the high-speed USB 2.0 connection, WLAN and HSDPA support.

In whole the Nokia N96 is a great, feature stuffed mobile handset along with being a 3G smartphone. Priced at
£579.94 inclusive of vat it intends to target premium segment.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Sony Ericsson HBH IV840 is an idealistic Bluetooth headset

The Sony Ericsson Bluetooth HBH-IV840 has got lot more to offer than just being a simply good looking headset.

First Auto pairing feature takes care of the pairing connecting it automatically between your headset and Sony Ericsson phone as soon as you activate the Bluetooth function for first time.

Second, the soft key has been placed to make the task easier for you like answering and ending phone calls.

Third, the action button makes redialling of the last dialled number damn easy. Simply, press the action button twice to avail the benefit.

Fourth, it comes with lanyard and several other it's comfortable. You can put the headset on and take it off in one smooth, simple movement: fit it snugly into your ear when taking calls and use the quick release neck strap around your neck in between times.

Exceptional battery backup

It yields talk time up to 9 hours and standby time up to 400 hours which brings huge stamina to this.

Perfect audio

The DSP technology makes the Digital noise cancellation and echo reduction as an integral part of the system to reduce irritating background noises which so often hamper phone communication. You can make it out yourself during usage on airports and public places. The automatic volume adjustment kicks in, raising or decreasing the volume in less than a second to compensate for the surrounding noise level. This headset also ensures a steady link and excellent sound quality for which Thanks to Bluetooth® 2.0 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) technology.

If you are looking for beauty with brains kind of Bluetooth headset then The Bluetooth HBH-IV840 is definitely leads in the list of your options.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

When you we have Gear4 BluEye who needs the iPhone?

The Gear4 BluEye connects to the iPod or iPod nano via the docking socket at the bottom of the player and turns your iPod into a phone. Playing as a wired remote control you then plug in your headphones into the device in the regular way. Who wants iphone now?

When you Pair it with your phone it hardly takes seconds, and every time you take a call the music automatically stops, in-coming number appears on your iPod’s screen and you can accept or reject the call using the BluEye’s buttons which also serves as a remote.

In general

  • Compact
  • Convenient
  • Caller ID displays on iPod screen
  • Good radio reception
  • Updatable with Firmware as interface improves


  • Similar to Apple's iPod remote in design and size
  • Connects firmly to your clothes with a spring-loaded
  • The front of the device sports an iPod Shuffle-like circular control
  • A hold switch on left side toggles between music and the integrated FM radio receiver.


  • As soon as the caller ID appears on the iPod, pressing the BluEye's play/pause button lets you accept and disconnect calls. The music resumes without hassle from where you left off when you disconnect the call.
  • If you have set up voice tags on your mobile phone, up to 15 voice activated contacts can be called through the BluEye
  • The BluEye can connect to the net via its tiny USB connection for firmware updates as the interface improves.
  • The sound quality is fine

In nutshell:

Finally, a device that connects your iPod to your phone. This compact gadget boosts Apple's headphone-bound remote unit capability with Bluetooth for receiving and making calls. Those who have already bought iPod radio receivers will not be so pleased, as BluEye also bundles an FM radio receiver. Who wants an iphone now?