Saturday, December 15, 2007

The Amazon Kindle

We have a new and exciting wireless book in town and that is called the Amazon Kindle.

The Kindle Store currently carries more than 90,000 books plus newspapers, magazines, and blogs. For your convenience, you can shop the Kindle Store directly on Kindle or on your PC via Amazon.com. Either way, all titles are wirelessly delivered right to your Kindle for free. We pay for the wireless delivery charges so you don’t have to. Buy a book and we auto-deliver it to you wirelessly in one minute.

The Kindle Store provides the same Amazon shopping experience you’re used to, including customer reviews, personalized recommendations, 1-Click purchasing, and everyday low prices. Check the store often; we’re adding new titles every day.

A little Terminix with your purchase of the Amazon Kindle wouldn't hurt I guess.

Digital frame


Wal-Mart is selling a generic digital photo frame called the Norcent 8" PF-801. This device allows you to get an 8" TFT Active Matrix on-screen display with an aspect ratio of 4;3, and a screen resolution of 800 x 600. It also has a memory card slot for you to store your favorite digital pictures on several digital media formats.

It looks like a good product based on its specs. You can buy it at Wal-Mart for 158.84 bucks. Not bad. Yeah, and it's on Wal-Mart so you can be assured that it's affordable as American Home Shield.

Sony's wind-up camera

Sony has just released a quite-weird but cute-looking camera. But some people comment that this green device is actually clinging on the "pain to use" category. How sad.
Sony's Spin N Snap (which can be mistaken as a Tru Green device, requires the owner to plug it in to get power. The owner also needs to spin the green ring either by manually turning it with a finger or by running it across the table (how weird). To make matters worse, there is no LCD screen whatsoever to preview your pics. Now, this is bad.

I am all for cute-looking products and gizmos but this one is just too much to handle. I would love to use this as a garden ornament but not for capturing pictures.7

Saturday, December 01, 2007

The best website hosting deal ever!

I don't think I have ever seen anything like what BurtonHosting.com is currently offering. Not even the slightest. I mean, their website hosting offers are just so tempting, I have already been thinking of buying my own domain and hosting right away.

Imagine this, their Personal Website Hosting deal is 10GB Web space, 100GB Bandwidth,100 Email accounts, and 100 Subdomains. Wow! Beat that. And that's for only $6.95 a month. Amazing.

On the other hand, their Business Website Hosting deal is 25GB Web space, 999GB Bandwidth, 999 Email accounts, and 999 Subdomains. And this is for only $21.95 a month.

Like I said, this is the best deal for website hosting that I have ever encountered. It would be foolish such kind of opportunity.