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AirDog: World's First Auto-follow Drone for GoPro Camera !!
 
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AirDog is a small, agile, foldable quadcopter, especially designed for filmmakers and action sports enthusiasts who use GoPro cameras. Like its canine namesake, AirDog automatically follows you wherever you go, whatever you do. It's not bothered by pelting rain, freezing temps, massive waves, or freaking insane places. AirDog doesn't say "no." It just follows, flying right along. AirDog is your sidekick, just in case you can't rent a helicopter plus professional photographer to take a video of your black diamond run. AirDog is your personal training assistant, allowing you to review what you're doing right, and where you need to improve. AirDog can transport you to views that you never thought possible. AirDog can persuade others to join you in your extremes. Just strap the AirLeash (tracker device) on your wrist or helmet, and the AirDog is ready to follow you. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Think Tank : created by Jason Shaw music by audionautix.com Released under Creative Commons License 3.0 CC Attribution (3.0)
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WHILL : World's Most Advanced Personal Mobility Device !!
 
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What is WHILL? WHILL is not a wheelchair and does not have FDA clearance as a medical device. WHILL is a personal mobility device for everybody. WHILL's state of the art wheel technology allows a very tight turning radius of 28". With this new technology users are now able to increase maneuverability in many different environments. WHILL's four-wheel drive can handle several different surfaces such as dirt, grass, gravel, and light snow. With its incline capability of about 10 degrees, you can now conquer large hills and other obstacles with ease. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Take 2 the TECH : created by nuTECH Productions music by nuTECH Productions Released under Creative Commons License 4.0 CC Attribution (4.0)
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Huawei TalkBand B1 review the world’s first hybrid smartband
 
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Huawei has launched the Talkband B1, a wearable wrist-based device. It tracks your fitness and incorporates a Bluetooth headset with dual microphone. It's not a particularly surprising move, as Huawei has previously declared its intention to enter the wearables market and the device was leaked last week. But the part that is a surprise is the pop-out Bluetooth headset that allows you to take calls and offers seven hours of talk time. We went hands-on with the device and we were surprised at how easy it was to detach the headset from the wristband, despite not feeling at all flimsy when in place. The Bluetooth module has a 1.4-inch OLED screen, which when it's tucked in place pokes out of the Talkband rather bulbously. Despite this, it's not as bulky as the Sony and Samsung smartwatches, but neither is it as discreet as the Nike Fuelband or Jawbone Up. The main criticism we have was that it was quite fiddly to do up, with plastic press studs that don't seem terribly secure and don't offer the same reassurance a buckle would. The first version of the software that the Talkband is running works only with Huawei products, but supposedly an update will allow users with other Android devices, as well as iOS and Windows Phone devices, to pair it with their phones and tablets. The Talkband offers a range of fitness features similar to a Jawbone Up or Fitbit, such as a sleep tracker and pedometer, which details how many steps you've taken and uses it to calculate how many calories you've burned throughout the day. The Talkband B1 comes in a variety of colours and is water- and dust-resistant. It charges via a USB connector that's protected by a plastic flap on one end of the band and offers up to six days of battery life. Initially the Talkband will only be available in China and will be priced at $129, with a wider rollout planned for later. It is primarily designed as an accessory for the freshly unveiled Huawei MediaPad X1, so expect to see some package deals incorporating the two when it does finally reach our shores. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Now on tumblr ! http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Presenterator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Presenterator by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100842. ISRC: USUAN1100842 © 2011 Kevin MacLeod
Views: 3164 nüTECH
LG G Flex 2 certainly shaping up to be the 2015 killer phone from LG
 
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The G Flex 2 is a beautiful piece of hardware: a 5.5-inch premium smartphone with a full-HD screen, a new and improved camera, and a bleeding-edge processor. It also has a more durable screen, and a drastically improved self-healing back that literally heals scratches before your eyes. Design & Usability With every passing year, flagship smartphones grow another fraction of an inch. That's why it's surprising that the G Flex 2 has actually shrunk, replacing the original's 6-inch 720p screen with a 5.5-inch full-HD panel. Features Qualcomm's processors power most of the flagship smartphones on the market today. The company's Snapdragon 801 is probably most common, while the newer 805 powers Samsung's Galaxy Note 4. With the G Flex 2, LG has jumped the queue. Bypassing the 805, it's opted for the cutting-edge, eight-core, 64-bit Snapdragon 810. That beast of a chip will be backed up by 2 or 3 GB of DDR4 RAM and 16 or 32 GB of built-in storage, depending on where in the world you're located. That combination should put the G Flex 2 toward the head of the list of the most powerful smartphones on the market. It also means it's ready to take advantage of newer Category 6 LTE networks once they become available. The coating is improved over last year's version, healing scratches in a matter of seconds as opposed to minutes. Of course all the bells and whistles in the world don't matter if the phone dies every hour. The G Flex 2 will include a 3,000mAh battery, reportedly good for more than a full day's usage. Unfortunately, the battery doesn't appear to be easily replaceable, but it will accept current at up to 2.6amps. That means you get a 50% charge in just 40 minutes. Camera The original LG G Flex was cool, but its camera left a lot to be desired. The sequel looks to set that right, transplanting the vastly superior 13-megapixel image sensor from the LG G3 and pairing it with improved laser autofocus, optical image stabilization, and improved processing algorithms. For selfie fanatics, LG is complementing the improved hardware with some cool new software tricks. An improved version of Gesture Shot detects when you're using a selfie stick and flips into image review mode when you lower the phone. Conclusion Perhaps the only thing more puzzling than ever-expanding smartphone screens is the proliferation of curved displays across multiple categories. Every company wants its products to stand out, but it hardly seems like customers are banging down Best Buy's doors for these things. It was a questionable move, then, for LG to combine both trends into a 6-inch, curved smartphone at CES 2015. The original G Flex wasn't a flop, but it wasn't a bestseller in the U.S., either. It was too large, the curve didn't really add anything to the experience, and the camera was subpar. Unfortunately, those failures overshadowed the legitimately awesome things the G Flex brought to the table. New Screen While the G Flex 2's screen is smaller than its predecessor, it bumps up the resolution from 720p to full-HD. A self-healing back that will repair scratches in seconds? A screen you can stand on and bend, only for it to Stretch Armstrong back into place? These are advances that every phone should have, but they didn't get much press because it's hard to take a 6-inch phone seriously. The G Flex 2 is a far saner proposition, with a 5.5-inch screen, a great camera, all-day battery life, and a processor that smartphone nerds have been drooling over for a year. The result is a phone to be envied, with a curved display that's a cherry on top, rather than the punchline to a bad joke. It remains to be seen if LG can pull everything together. But if it can, the G Flex 2 may once again be the smartphone everyone's talking about at CES, and this time, it'll be for the right reasons. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Videos are For Educational Purposes used by technology schools. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/nutech_channel/ http://www.vidstopin.com/user/nuTECHchannel/ http://cchinta.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g http://clipta.pk/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g/CBgQAA http://www.video28.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: The Great by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/Slam_Funk/Broke_For_Free_-_Slam_Funk_-_03_The_Great © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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3Doodler 2.0 A Streamlined Plastic Squirting makes fun 3D objects !
 
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3Doodler 2.0: The World’s First 3D Printing Pen, Reinvented The 3Doodler won our hearts back in 2013 when it picked up Stuff's Kickstart of the Year award after earning a well-deserved five stars in its review. And now it's gotten even better. The handheld 3D printing pen lets users create 3D shapes instantly, using melted plastic that's pumped out of its tip, cooling immediately to form solid structures. While the original 3Doodler was tonnes of fun, it was never easy on the eyes, or small enough to chuck into a bag without a second thought. The 3Doodler 2.0 however addresses both of those problems. For starters, it weighs in at a mere 50 grammes, which we're told is less than half the weight of an Apple. It's also kitted out in a much more stylish aluminium shell, and its insides have been tweaked too. There's a revamped drive system and new nozzle design, along with enhanced airflow thanks to a patented fan system, all resulting in plastic that's cooled more efficiently and quietly than before. Dual-speed controls also allow for more precision over your creations. There's also a new JetPack accessory. It doesn't grant the 2Doodler 2.0 with the gift of flight, but it does act as a portable power pack, providing over three hours of constant doodling with PLA plastic or over two hours with ABS plastic. An optional pedal accessory gives your fingers a break from the 3Doodler's buttons, while a nozzle set for creating different textures is also an option for those looking to take their doodling to the next level. Whether you consider it to be a 3D printer or not, the 3Doodler is arguably one of the biggest success stories to come out of the 3D printing industry, crushing its initial Kickstarter goal in a matter of hours and fast becoming the world’s most popular 3D printing device with over 100,000 sales in just under a year. Now the 3Doodler is headed back to Kickstarter for a second time in its latest incarnation: 3Doodler 2.0. Having pre-viewed at the 2015 International CES in Las Vegas last week, the campaign quickly sold out of its Early Bird Special offering the device at the extremely low price tag of just $50 to eager crowdfunding supporters and has quickly totted up just under $1 million in pledges. So what’s new with the 3Doodler? Well, roughly the size of a marker pen, it’s been completely slimmed down to just 50 grams and is now housed in much sleeker aluminium casing. Along with more efficient and stable heating and a quieter airflow, the device features an entirely new nozzle design and dual speed control for a customised doodling experience. But what’s a new toy without some shiny new accessories? The creators have also unveiled a range of new peripherals including a DoodleStand, a JetPack for 2 hours non-stop portable doodling, six interchangeable nozzles and a foot pedal for longer doodling sessions. What appeared as a bit of a novelty, the 3Doodler was originally marketed as a tool for small projects such as repairs and drawings but last year highlighted some impressive examples of the pen’s capabilities including an entirely doodled dress and large scale artworks. As expected, the 3Doodler 2.0 has already surpassed its modest $30,000 Kickstarter target with 10 days left. The Community Special pledges have already sold out but backers can still get their hands on the $99 package which comes equipped with a pen and four packs of 25 strands of plastic. The pens are expected to start shipping in April 2015. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Videos are For Educational Purposes used by technology schools. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/nutech_channel/ http://www.vidstopin.com/user/nuTECHchannel/ http://cchinta.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g http://clipta.pk/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g/CBgQAA http://www.video28.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: "Cephalopod" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information: Cephalopod by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200081. ISRC: USUAN1200081 © 2012 Kevin MacLeod © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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Win A Samsung Galaxy S8 With nüTECH Channel – International Giveaway
 
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WIN a Samsung Galaxy S8 ! (Giveaway) TO PARTICIPATE NOW Click HERE: https://gleam.io/LbDb3/giveaway-concours-win-a-samsung-galaxy-s8 Step 1 : Subscribe (old subscribers can win too!) http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Subscribe to our new Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/nutechmagazine/ Step 2 : Watch our videos on youtube Step 3 : Click Like 👍 Step 4 : Share videos - FACEBOOK - GOOGLE+ - TWITTER Step 5 : Write quality comments on our videos Giveaway finish at 1500 Subscribers Goal! The most active subscriber on our channel wins! We are going to contact the winner Good luck ! Thanks for watching ! The Samsung Galaxy S8 is literally the newest smartphone on the scene. Recently announced during Samsung’s latest unpacked event, the Galaxy S8 oozes premium and combines a wide range of high-end specs with a build quality that is all about the display. Not only is this an edge-to-edge display, but this one comes with curved corners as well as Samsung’s now-famous ‘edges’. Quite simply, this is a smartphone that comes with a display, that is as good as a display can get. And now you have the chance to win the Samsung Galaxy S8 for free, courtesy of Android Headlines. Design aside and the Samsung Galaxy S8 is not lacking in the specs department. This is a smartphone that comes loaded with a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display. Inside, the Galaxy S8 crams in 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, and the very latest Qualcomm SoC, the Snapdragon 835. On top of that, you are also getting a 12-megapixel rear camera, an 8-megapixel front-facing camera, microSD card support, an IP68 certification, a fingerprint sensor, an iris scanner, Samsung KNOX support, and Samsung Pay support. As well as a 3,000 mAh battery, fast charging, wireless charging, wireless fast charging, Android 7.0 (Nougat) pre-installed, and more. This is literally, one feature-rich and premium-designed smartphone. ___ Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/m2prodsnetwork/nutech/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: Tek's Abomination by TeknoAXE is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_4.php?q=989&Genre=Electro © 2017 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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ZANO world's most sophisticated nano drone for photo and HD video
 
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Autonomous, Intelligent, Developable. Meet ZANO the world's most sophisticated nano drone - aerial photo and HD video capture platform. It's autonomous. It's intelligent. It swarms. It takes selfies?? Zano is an ultra-portable, personal aerial photography and HD video capture platform, Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and intelligent enough to fly all by itself! Zano connects directly to your smart device (iOS or Android) via onboard Wi Fi and enables you to instantly begin capturing and sharing moments like never before. A plethora of sensors work seamlessly together to allow Zano to avoid obstacles, hold its position and know exactly where it is in conjunction with your smart device, at all times. This means Zano operates on a virtual tether connected to your smart device. Allowing for simple gesture control of Zano. Tilt your phone or tablet left or right, forward or backward and Zano will follow. (Zano can also be utilised in "Free Flight" mode, using on-screen Joy Sticks). On screen slide bars control rotation and altitude. Zano will hold its position unless instructed otherwise (In both "Capture" mode as well as "Free Flight" mode), which allows for maximum control and creative freedom without the burden of piloting Zano. If Zano senses it's strayed too far from your smart device or is running low on battery, it will automatically return to your smart device. Operating on a virtual tether also enables "Follow me" capability in Zano. Which means once you set Zano's hold position, it will register the distance it is from your smart device. You can choose for Zano to hold this position or enable a "Follow me" feature, which will instruct Zano to constantly maintain that distance from your smart device and follow you whilst avoiding any obstacles that may get it in the way during flight. Zano comes complete with a removable battery feature! This means a user can carry multiple charged batteries, and when Zano is starting to run low on juice, simply bring Zano home, pull the battery out, put a charged battery in and you’re back flying in no time! Zano’s battery can be charged whilst it is docked inside Zano via a standard MicroUSB connection, and with a simple adapter Zano’s batteries can be charged whilst outside of Zano. Zano's Specs 6.5cm by 6.5 cm (2.5 inch by 2.5 inch) on board MicroSD cradle 1 Spare battery 55 grams in weight (1.94 oz) 5 megapixel HD video camera IR obstacle avoidance Echo sounding sonar and high resolution air pressure sensor for altitude control 32bit 330DMIPS processor 802.11b/g/n 2.4gHz Wi Fi connectivity 2w Class D Audio Amplifier High sensitivity onboard digital microphone Unlimited colour RGB 8 by 8 pixel front display supporting animations, icons etc - Which doubles as a camera flash! Unlimited colour RGB landing lights Bidirectional motor control (Zano can drive motors in either direction) iOS and Android compatible 10 to 15 minute continuous intelligent flight time. (Weather dependent) 15 to 30 meter optimal operating range. (Smart device and regional legislation dependent.) 25 mph top speed Durable and Lightweight design. Digital Image/Video Stabilisation for clear and precise images and video capture. Easy-Access Charging Port complete with removable battery. Charge multiple batteries and carry with you so your Zano never runs out of juice! Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Now on tumblr ! http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Presenterator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Presenterator by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100842. ISRC: USUAN1100842 © 2011 Kevin MacLeod
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Galaxy Note Edge Hands-on Samsung’s phablet packs a huge twist (4K)
 
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A short time ago, a curved-display smartphone was just a marketing exercise from Samsung, publicising what can be achieved with the new flexible omled screens. Now, that concept has evolved into the Galaxy Note Edge, and the finished product is quite something to behold. The Note Edge isn't just a fancy screen; beneath the display this smartphone is essentially the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, which was also launched at IFA this year. It has the same 1.3gHz octa-core 64-bit Exynos 5433 processor, the same 3GB RAM, the same 32GB of physical storage complemented by a microSD card slot that can boost storage by a further 64GB. Even the 16 and 3.7-megapixel front- and rear-facing cameras are identical. It's the screen where things start to get interesting. Let's start with the Note Edge’s main front-facing screen, which is a 5.6in thing of QHD beauty, boasting 1,600 by 2,560 pixels at 524ppi. This alone puts it up there with the best smartphone screens on offer right now. Add in the curved 1in side screen and you have a device that stretches things still further, in every way. Because that side screen isn't just an additional inch of display for you to gaze at admiringly: rather, it's an independent screen that's seamlessly attached to the dominant display. This means that when your phone is asleep you can operate the Note Edge with just the 1in side-screen. As you'd expect, Samsung has already designed a handy series of OS strips for your convenience. The current strips on offer are six customisable app shortcuts, a Twitter feed, weather or a pedometer. The side screen also offers a new control input for media, meaning you can skip tracks or pause/rewind video without interfering with the main screen. The Edge is a victim of its uniqueness, though: because it’s the only device of its kind, there has been no time for third-party developers to design additional software/features for this new screen. We hope they jump on board, because the results could be sensational... or, naturally, massively disappointing. The device fits nicely in your hands, with the side control bar easily reachable with your right thumb. The Galaxy Note Edge only comes with a curved strip on the right hand-side, however, meaning it will be a very foreign and unnatural feeling – at first – for lefties to use. Whether Samsung will release a left-handed version of the Edge in the future is anyone’s guess. The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is a breath of fresh air in an Android smartphone market that has, for the past few years, measured progress and innovation in terms of pixels on a screen or the speed of a processor. The wraparound screen offers something genuinely different, and we love it. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Riptide" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Riptide by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100095. ISRC: USUAN1100095 © 2007 Kevin MacLeod
Views: 11849 nüTECH
Pakayak: A Portable Kayak You Can Wear Like a Backpack !
 
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Have you ever wanted to pack a kayak on your back and basically go kayaking anywhere and anytime you want? Chances are not many of us would do that, but for kayaking enthusiasts who are looking for an easier way of transporting their kayaks, there’s a solution for you and it is in the form of the Pakayak. The Pakayak is described as a kayak that can be dismantled and transformed into a backpack of sorts. This means that you could technically wear it on your back which makes transporting your kayak a lot more easier. Its creators are boasting that despite the fact that it can be dismantled, it will be sturdy. ___ Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/m2prodsnetwork/nutech/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: Tek's Abomination by TeknoAXE is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_4.php?q=989&Genre=Electro © 2017 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
Views: 6560 nüTECH
The World's First Full HD 360° Camera will beat the GoPro !!
 
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The 360cam from GIROPTIC is the first ultra high definition 360º camera that breaks through the limitation of the frame to record the entire experience of the moment in 360°. For the past two years our team has dedicated its work to overcoming previous 360° technical limitations and has invented a ground-breaking design, with innovative engineering, and easy-to-use interface. The 360cam features a unique, egg-shaped design, incorporating two key proprietary innovations: Three, 185º fish-eye lenses with optical assembly that delivers the industry's largest field of view Each of the lenses are synchronized to simultaneously capture and stitch images in real time inside the camera to produce a breath-taking all-around view The result is a camera that, with one click, doesn't miss a thing. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Think Tank : created by Jason Shaw music by audionautix.com Released under Creative Commons License 3.0 CC Attribution (3.0)
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The Jetfoiler eFOIL is the Latest and Greatest Motorized Water Toy
 
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For more infos about the eFoil click here: http://www.jetfoiler.com/ This newest invention serves as a training tool for the endeavoring kiteboarder while at the same time opens doors to an entirely new population of interested riders. The innovative electric machine hardly makes a sound and leaves no wake in its path. The Jetfoiler combines the best of both electric and hydrofoil worlds, incorporating a motor directly onto the hydrofoil of the surfboard. A remote control running from the board to your hand serves as the primary control mechanism, allowing you to adjust speed and direction. The Jetfoiler’s most impressive feature is its optional cruise control, which kicks in once a rider reaches a certain speed. The machine allows the user to lean back onto the board and just enjoy a smooth, revolutionary trip across the surface of the water. The Jetfoiler board and foil are equally lightweight and strong, constructed from the same materials used in designing high-end race boats. Minimal drag ensures the most efficient use of the equipped electric motor while remaining energy efficient. ___ Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/m2prodsnetwork/nutech/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: Tek's Abomination by TeknoAXE is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_4.php?q=989&Genre=Electro © 2017 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
Views: 23932 nüTECH
gTar : Fully digital iPhone guitar that enables anybody to play music !
 
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gTar : Fully digital iPhone guitar that enables anybody to play music ! Thanks for watching ! 👍 👍 👍 Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Destruction : created by Joe la Truite music by Joe la Truite Band Members Motherfock Artist Name Joe la Truite Home Page http://www.reverbnation.com/joelatruite CC Attribution (4.0)
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iphone 6 official features and specifications review !
 
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iphone 6 official features and specifications review ! Thanks for watching ! 👍 👍 👍 Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Destruction : created by Joe la Truite music by Joe la Truite Band Members Motherfock Artist Name Joe la Truite Home Page http://www.reverbnation.com/joelatruite CC Attribution (4.0)
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3Dsimo Mini Unveils Smaller, Cheaper, More Versatile 3D Pen ❤
 
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Want to hold a 3D printer in your hand? 3DSimo's second-generation 3D printing pen, the Simo Mini, is a much smaller, and less expensive version of its original device. Launching via a Kickstarter campaign, the new pen will be able to connect to a smartphone via Bluetooth, and use a much greater variety of materials, including wood. Early backers can get it for $89--if they're willing to wait until January 2016 to receive a device. Instead of an LCD display on the side, as with the original, the Mini merely has a few LED lights, but communicates its status via Bluetooth to an Android or iOS app. Also unlike the original, there's no built-in cooling system, which might make the end of the 3DSimo Mini pretty warm after extended use. David Paskevic, the CEO of 3DSimo, gave us a brief demonstration of the new pen by drawing the outline of Big Ben--or what passed for it. While he brought several finished products with him--including a wallet and a car--it became quickly clear that making anything substantial requires a serious amount of time and patience. The Mini can reach a temperature of about 500 degrees Celsius, or roughly 930 degrees Fahrenheit. It will also come with four interchangeable tips: One for 3D printing, one for soldering, one for etching into wood or leather, and a wire cutting blade for slicing through foam and paper. it will also be compatible with about 12 different materials, including Laybrick, ABS, PLA, PETG, HIPS, FLEXI, Laywood, Thermochrome, and Fluorescent. The company's Kickstarter campaign is launching today; early backers can get the Mini (plus the four tips) for a pledge of $89, but the device itself won't ship until January 2016. If you've got a steady hand and a knack for building things out of melted plastic, it may be worth the wait. http://3dsimo.com/ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/3dsimo-mini/3dsimo-mini-make-your-vision-come-true __ Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/bestofyoutube/nutech/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: The Great by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/Slam_Funk/Broke_For_Free_-_Slam_Funk_-_03_The_Great © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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DIY Quadcopter Drone from LEGO Bricks  Fast agile, carrying GoPro
 
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DIY Drone X frame from LEGO® Bricks. Fast agile, high flying GoPro carrying lightweight drone. A DIY project with fun in mind! This is when the world's first flyable and fully autonomous quadcopter frame made completely from LEGO® bricks was created by Software Developer and Designer, Ed Scott. Along with his kids, Ed's design took it's flight in December of 2012. The frame was made entirely from LEGO® bricks and glue, nothing more, to make it fly the electronics were off the shelf hobby components. In 2013, Ed made it a fully autonomous robot using the 3DR APM flight controller, Ed was the first to make a truly autonomous quadcopter made from LEGO® bricks. The project was not only beyond fun, it was extremely educational for the kids and the entire family. So now we want everyone to have the opportunity to build their own drone with LEGO® bricks. Getting a clear vision is the most important thing with any project. We want to make sure each drone kit we send to people and LEGO® clubs are fun and they are as simple and safe as we can make them for people to fly. If all goes well we will be selling these packages on our web site for more people to enjoy. Features: 1. Make it easy to fly, easy as possible to build and simple to maintain. 2. Lightweight using mostly bricks for construction with the exception of electronics, hardware and motor mounts for safety. 5. Advanced yet easy to use flight controller for stable flights. 6. High quality materials and components and genuine LEGO® bricks. 7. Designed with multiple safety features like return to land option can be added, softest props possible but still able to lift a larger load like a GoPro 3. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Videos are For Educational Purposes used by technology schools. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/nutech_channel/ http://www.vidstopin.com/user/nuTECHchannel/ http://cchinta.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g http://clipta.pk/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g/CBgQAA http://www.video28.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: "Cephalopod" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information: Cephalopod by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200081. ISRC: USUAN1200081 © 2012 Kevin MacLeod © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved http://www.copyrighted.com/copyrights/view/higt-yngt-6efr-eubg Copyrighted work by nuTECH channel Registration date: December 30, 2014 Copyright number: HIGT-YNGT-6EFR-EUBG Fingerprint: 962d34286cd985c591fd455c373d49c9a5ac5123ee8ed20a4257bd57726a526f Title: DIY Quadcopter Drone from LEGO Bricks Fast agile, carrying GoPro Description: DIY Quadcopter Drone from LEGO Bricks Fast agile, carrying GoPro video review Category: Video
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HEXO+ for GoPro : An intelligent drone that follows and films you !
 
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HEXO+ is an intelligent drone that follows and films you autonomously. Aerial filming for everyone. HEXO+ is just that -- an intelligent aerial follow camera: no pilot, no cameraman, no headache. Easy to use: set the framing on your smartphone and lock your target, the drone does the rest; from auto take-off to auto landing. Smart and autonomous: no remote control necessary; HEXO+ automatically follows your movements to maintain the framing you defined. Designed for action: lightweight, foldable frame and legs, removable propellers and gimbal to fit in a backpack. Extra fast flight: up to 70 km/h - 45 mph top speed to track even the fastest subject. Wind tunnel tested for improved aerodynamics. Extra stable: hexacopter design and 2D brushless gimbal to ensure vibration-free, smooth filming. Safe: Fail-safe software features and six propellers mean a safe landing in case of a problem. GoPro compatible mount: built for the best action camera out there. General Dimensions: 62 x 52 x 12 cm - 24 x 20 x 5 inches Total weight: 980 g - 2.2 lbs Drone Hexacopter design with 30° tilt propellers Speed range: up to 70 kmh - 45mph Flight time: 15 min with 3S battery, gimbal and GoPro attached Flight controller Filming distance range: up to 50 meters Auto take-off and auto landing Trajectory anticipation Video target locking* GPS + onboard sensor position tracking Processor with MAVLINK protocol Gimbal High performance 2D brushless gimbal Easy attach/detach from drone body for transportation GoPro mount Camera GoPro Hero3+ Black Edition or Hero3 White Edition available App iOS and Android versions Intuitive 3D framing or intuitive live view framing* Favorite framing presets Subject framing lock Emergency landing Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah mix) by spinningmerkaba featuring Morusque, Jeris, CSoul, Alex Beroza ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/33345 CC Attribution (3.0)
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elemoon - fashion SmartBracelet that expresses your unique style!
 
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elemoon changes color to match your outfit, alerts important calls/texts, has step tracking, displays time & helps you find your phone! elemoon combines a touch interface, activity sensor, notifications & colorful lights into an elegant accessory that syncs with you. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Harmful or Fatal" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Harmful or Fatal by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100210. ISRC: USUAN1100210 © 2006 Kevin MacLeod
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Prynt Case Turns Your iPhone or Android Smartphone Into A Polaroid
 
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Prynt; the first instant camera case for iPhone and Android Ever wanted to share a photo with a friend and not have to put it on the internet? Now you can, with Prynt: the first ever instant camera case for smartphones. Just plug in your iPhone or Android device, snap a photo or choose one from your favorite social network, and print it out in thirty seconds! Prynt is portable, lightweight and fun! Snap and print photos anywhere, anytime. It's ideal for when you're out with your friends, sightseeing, or capturing a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Gifts and cards become more special when you include an instant photo. Take it with you on the go and never miss the chance to shoot and share some everyday magic. We also designed Prynt to be modular so it can fit different types of phones. The part of the case that contains the dock can be easily changed based on the phone model. That means if you upgrade or change phones, you don't need a whole new Prynt Case, just order a new dock adapter from us and keep printing. Lastly, we worked hard to design a beautiful object you'll love to carry. We think our pink, blue and white models are gorgeous and the matching (animal-friendly) leather grips are quite chic. Plus, you'll never have to deal with ink or cartridges because we use a special paper with the ink embedded inside. Just load the paper and print away! The case holds 10 sheets of paper, and refills will be available through our app. Each print-out is more than a photo — it's a video! While you're posing for a photo, our app records a short video and stores it in the cloud. When you hold your phone over the printed image, our app will automatically scan and recognize it, showing your movie on screen in augmented reality. You can see the videos in your friends' photos too! Print and pass your photos around for a creative new way to tell your story. It's like a secret message in every photo — embed any kind of surprise you can think of! Plug in your phone, snap a picture, and get a printed photo in seconds. Then watch your photos come to life through augmented reality! Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Videos are For Educational Purposes used by technology schools. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/nutech_channel/ http://www.vidstopin.com/user/nuTECHchannel/ http://cchinta.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g http://clipta.pk/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g/CBgQAA http://www.video28.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: The Great by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/Slam_Funk/Broke_For_Free_-_Slam_Funk_-_03_The_Great © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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New WhiteShark MIX Mini Double Propeller Water Scooter
 
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Buy it here : http://linkshrink.net/7nrIDU ___ Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/m2prodsnetwork/nutech/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: Tek's Abomination by TeknoAXE is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_4.php?q=989&Genre=Electro © 2017 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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Oppo N3 : The phone with a motorized swivel camera - 4K Full Review
 
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Oppo was the first phone maker to launch a smartphone with a rotating camera module, eliminating the need for two different lenses for front and back. Oppo N3 looks like a refined version of the N1 with a relatively compact form factor and a more curved jawline that we've seen on the Oppo Find 7. It even shares the Find 7's Skyline notification light. It fits well in the hand and one of the reasons for that is the 5.5-inch display (the Oppo N1 sported a 5.9-inch display. The phone is held together by a frame made of industrial grade aluminium alloy 7075 complete with a powder coating along the edges, and it really feels sturdy. The front features a 5.5-inch full-HD display and three capacitive touch buttons. Unlike the Find 7, N3 display is not a 2K (2560 by1440p) one but in our in our brief time with the phone we found it to be bright and vivid. The display also boasts of wide viewing angles and pictures and text looked crisp and sharp. Just above the display, you'll be able to spot the camera swivel with the front portion featuring the earpiece and sensor array and the back sporting a 16MP camera lens and a dual-mode LED flash. For some reason the camera swivel sports a faux-leather finish complete with faux stitching similar to the one found on Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The rest of the phone's body sports a smooth matte finish. The camera swivel's stepper motor has been designed by Schneider Electric and can rotate 206 degrees with a tap or swipe. The camera lens has 1/2.3" sensor, f2/2 aperture and pixel size of 1.34 microns. It is capable of recording 4K video at 30 fps, 1080p video at 60 fps, and 720p slow motion video at 120 fps. We did not notice any shutter lag during our brief use and the swivel rotated flawlessly. It can be activated by an on-screen swipe gesture, press of the Touch Access fingerprint scanner button at the back or through the O-Click remote control that can be paired with it. The left edge of the phone sports the power button and the sim card plus microSD card tray. Interestingly it can accommodate both nano and micro sim cards. You can also see the micro-USB port on the same side down below. The volume rocker and 3,5mm headset jack are placed at the right edge. The keys offer good tactile feedback and were pretty responsive. At the back, you'll see a metal ring that surrounds a squarish button. Oppo call this Touch Access. It's not just a fingerprint scanner used for unlocking the phone and app authentication but also has convenience features. It allows users to scroll through lists and pages and activate the rotating camera lens. In terms of hardware specifications, the Oppo N3 is slightly inferior compared to top flagships but still boasts of high-end hardware. It is powered by a 2.3gHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB RAM and Adreno 330 GPU. The phone has a 3000mAh battery and comes with 32GB storage along with a microSD card slot. The N3 runs Color OS 2.0 based on Android 4.4 KitKat and this version doesn't feature a separate app launcher unlike the version found on the find 7. Navigating through the home screens and opening and switching between apps was pretty smooth. Oppo N3 comes with the VOOC fast-charging technology, offering four times faster charging than conventional chargers. A five minute charge allows Oppo N3 to support a two-hour call. The company has made the bulky VOOC charger compact and ships the new variant with the phone. The phone also comes with the O-Click 2.0 Bluetooth based remote that can control the rotation of the camera, take photos, play music and receive calls even when you're away from the phone. The Oppo N3 will be available in Decemebr in the indian market. The global pricing is $649 and Oppo India CEO Tom Lu said that the India price would be on the same lines. At close to Rs 40,000, the phone would compete with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S5, Note 3, Galaxy Alpha, Nokia Lumia 930, iPhone 5S and LG G3. Convincing buyers to shell out cash for a phone from a relatively new brand would not be an easy task for Oppo. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Now on tumblr ! http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Riptide" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Riptide by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100095. ISRC: USUAN1100095 © 2007 Kevin MacLeod
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ZeTime: World's 1st Smartwatch with Hands Over Touchscreen
 
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Swiss startup MyKronoz's ZeTime, what it's calling the world's first hybrid smartwatch, has blown past its Kickstarter goal in a day. So far, it's garnered $115,000 for a $50,000 goal. There is no end of hybrid smartwatches right now, but MyKronoz is taking a unique approach to the connected timepiece by putting traditional mechanical watch hands on top of a full colour touchscreen display. It's managed to pull this off by cutting a hole in the centre of the round TFT screen to allow the watch to pass through. It's a unique idea, and it might just have legs. ___ Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/m2prodsnetwork/nutech/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: Tek's Abomination by TeknoAXE is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_4.php?q=989&Genre=Electro © 2017 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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Galaxy Note 4 Gold Edition 24K - Meet the $2,000 Smartphone (4K)
 
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There are already at least two versions of Galaxy Note 4 available on the market, the standard model and the Developer Edition variant which is locked on Verizon Wireless network. Well, it looks like Samsung is back again with yet another Galaxy Note 4 version, which is not for everyone. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gold Edition is only for a select few who can afford to pay no less than $2,000, (€1,565) upfront. The smartphone is now available for purchase in Vietnam, but it’s unclear whether this is an official version of the Galaxy Note 4 made by Samsung or a customized model made by another company, However, we are certain that this luxury phone is coated in 24k gold during a process that’s said to take between 4 and 5 hours of continuous work per unit. It appears that it costs around $1,000 (€785) to manufacture the smartphone, but this price does not include the cost of the smartphone itself. This is why the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gold Edition has been priced at $2,000, (€1,565). The premium smartphone is distributed by Golden Mobile in Vietnam, and there’s no telling whether or not the Galaxy Note 4 Gold Edition will make its way to other regions as well. Keep in mind though that aside from the material used for manufacture, there doesn’t seem to be any other difference between the Gold Edition and the current version of Samsung Galaxy Note 4. Hardware-wise, there are no differences between Gold Edition and the current version For those still out of the loop, here is a quick recap of what they can expect from Samsung’s new flagship smartphone, which should now be available in almost all major markets. First of all, the Galaxy Note 4 is Samsung’s first smartphone equipped with a Quad HD (1440 by 2560 pixels) resolution. The 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display supports 515ppi (pixel per inch) and features Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Hardware-wise, the phablet is equipped with either 2.7gHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 or a 1.9GHz octa-core Exynos 5433 processor. Both versions pack 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory, along with microSD card slot for memory expansion (up to 128GB). On the back, the Galaxy Note 4 packs an impressive 16-megapixel photo snapper with autofocus, LED flash, OIS (optical image stabilization) and 4K video recording. There’s also a secondary 3.7-megapixel camera on the front for selfies and video calls. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Now on tumblr ! http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Riptide" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Riptide by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100095. ISRC: USUAN1100095 © 2007 Kevin MacLeod
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Oppo R5 Review Should You Buy The World's Thinnest Smartphone?
 
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Oppo R5 Review: New definitions of the slim phone. The Chinese Oppo phone company has launched a smartphone with a thickness of only 4.85mm Oppo R5 and become the slimmest phone in the world today. Design: Oppo R5 Phone has aluminum unibody design, the front panel includes three touch pad, the back has the appearance reminiscent of the iPhone with white borders on the bottom, along the convex camera. Once the iPhone 6 launches the convex camera, it seems inadvertently or deliberately products that other companies also use this design protruding camera, typically the line of Samsung Galaxy A and now the Oppo R5. However, the convex camera on R5 give perfect look with this design. At the border, it has keys such as power, volume up or down and the bottom edge is the micro USB charging port. Oppo R5 not have a 3.5mm jack for headphone to listen to music, you must use a separate USB microphone headset comes with the factory box. Oppo R5 feels like holding a nothing because the thickness of the phone. However, with thin and square design this would make difficult to handle R5 and very easy to slip out of the hand. Display: Oppo R5 comes with 5.2 inch AMOLED display with Full HD resolution of 1080×1920 pixels. Although the use of AMOLED panels on R5, but slightly in a bright color is not subdued by the same technology and the same resolution as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or Galaxy S5. Interface: Oppo R5 use Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS and Color OS interface designed by the Oppo. Overall Color OS nice and handy. Also, R5 also possesses many unique features, typically like tap two times to lock or unlock the screen, capsized off the computer to the phone call, do not touch swipe gestures to view and move to other pages etc. Especially the draw features on the default screen when the phone is off to activate the application. For example, when you draw the letter O, the phone will automatically open the camera, draw arrows to the change songs, draw two marks stripes to on or off the music etc. Performance: Oppo R5 is equipped with 1.5 GHz Quad-core Processor, Snapdragon 615 chip, 2GB of RAM and 16GB internal memory. In fact, the device performs all tasks smoothly and only a slight lag when launching the high-end game such as Asphalt 8. The downside of R5 from memory. With 16GB will greatly restrict the activities of the users, especially when the phone does not have an expandable memory card slot. Battery life: To get an incredible thinness of the Oppo R5 forcing to reduce battery capacity of 2000 mAh. This battery level is not getting comfortable for a phone with good configuration. Therefore, the battery will be an issue to keep in mind before deciding to buy Oppo R5. The daily charge is to be inevitable if you are using a high frequency. Camera: Oppo R5 has a 5 mega pixels front camera and rear camera of 13megapixels with FullHD 1080p video recording capabilities at 60fps. In addition, the camera is also quite nice interface, easy to use and comes with one of the default and useful features and you can also download other applications like beautiful face, panorama, shoot exposure, Backlight HDR capture, capture animated GIFs, macro, original RAW image capture etc. Practical experience, feeling that Oppo R5 camera work well in high light conditions like the Sony Xperia Z1 and Z2. However, despite their photos better brightness, beautiful color, but in areas with bright light. Final line: Oppo R5 is the new king of the slimmest phone in the world. When you hold this phone in your hand definitely will find certain interest in it. But in return for thinness is a shortage of battery life and 3.5mm jack. This is what will prevent the user to make decisions to get Oppo R5, especially when the Oppo R5 Price is not exactly in the mid-range about $499. Anyway, you should also try to hands on experience the get most accurate decisions. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Now on tumblr ! http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Presenterator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Presenterator by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100842. ISRC: USUAN1100842 © 2011 Kevin MacLeod
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HTC One mini 2 first look : A smaller and cheaper version of the M8
 
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It's now a tradition to launch a smaller and cheaper version of flagship smartphones and that's exactly what HTC has done with the One M8. So here's our full in-depth HTC One mini 2 review. The One mini 2 is, as you would expect, smaller than the flagship M8. But not by much, shaving around 5 mm off the width and 10 mm from the height. That is enough to make it a more manageable phone, though, especially on the one-handed front. It's a reasonable amount lighter at 137 g which is a nice weight for a smartphone. However, it is a little thicker at 10.6 mm against 9.4 mm. It's a little taller than other phones with the same screen size but it does have front-facing stereo speakers. Dimensions aside, the HTC One mini 2 retains the design and style of the M8 but in a smaller package. It importantly has the same premium brushed metal rear cover which looks and feels great. The cover doesn't run right round to the front of the phone like the M8 so instead there is a plastic band running around the edge. This didn't look so great on the original HTC One mini but it's tucked away fairly nicely on the One mini 2 so that you don't really notice it. It had to be slightly lower grade than the M8 in this department somehow but HTC has done a great job of keeping that high-end feel. A very minor caveat is that the phone rocks from side to side when you use it placed on a flat surface due to the curved back. The smartphone is available in three different colours: Gunmetal Gray, Glacial Silver and Amber Gold. The Gold model is, at the time of writing, exclusive at EE. Unfortunately, there's no sign of the Dot View case which we particularly like on the M8. HTC remains as one of the smartphone makers to not bother with dust- or waterproof certification for its devices. So don't go dunking the HTC One mini 2. It's worth pointing out that the device takes a nano-SIM which is a rarity for smartphones still. As is customary for a mini smartphone, the One mini 2 has a smaller screen than the flagship M8. It's 4.5in compared to 5in which matches that of the freshly announced Galaxy S5 mini. Whether 4.5in is 'mini' enough for you is another matter. The trend of bigger screens continues so we're now at a point where mini versions of flagships are the kind of size that flagship devices used to be. If you want a smaller screen then you better look elsewhere. It's no surprise that the resolution is 720p HD rather than Full HD and although the screen looks good with a 326 ppi pixel density (matching the iPhone 5s), you can get this on budget phones like the Moto G now. Of course, the Motorola Moto G is inferior in many ways but hopefully you get the point. Under the hood is a 1.2GHz dual-core processor -- a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 -- with 1GB of RAM. The HTC One mini 2 scored 1153 in GeekBench 3 which matches up with smartphones using the same components like the Sony Xperia M2. It fell marginally behind in the GFXBench 3 T-Rex and Manhattan tests where it managed 11- and 4fps respectively. In the web browsing SunSpider test we recorded a fairly average time of 1504 ms. However, it's no slouch and in everyday use, Android is buttery smooth. Apps are quick to load as are web pages. Scrolling around web pages and maps isn't a chore: it's all nice and responsive. Only on one occasion did we see a hesitation when returning to the home screen. There's enough power for games, as long as you're not expecting to play the latest and most demanding 3D games. Games and videos benefit from the great front-facing speakers, too. There's only a 16GB model of the HTC One mini 2 so the only difference between models is the colour. It's a standard capacity now but we're pleased to report that the handset has a microSD card slot which wasn't on the first HTC One mini. You can add a whopping 128GB via the card slot so it's happy days here. Remaining hardware includes dual-band Wi-Fi (not 11ac, though), Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX, GPS and NFC. There's also support for 4G LTE networks but you don't get the IR blaster which the One M8 is blessed with. As we mentioned earlier, the One mini 2 does have HTC's BoomSound front facing speakers with built-in amplifiers. The HTC One mini 2 is one of the better examples of a mid-ranged version of a flagship smartphone. It has the same premium feel as the M8 with only a few downgrades - namely a lower res screen and no Duo Camera or IR blaster. The camera is a little disappointing but good performance and software balance things out. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Take 2 the TECH : created by nuTECH Productions music by nuTECH Productions Released under Creative Commons License 4.0 CC Attribution (4.0)
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Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster Features Drag Race Architecture
 
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Gorgeous Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster features amazing specifications with uncompromised design. It is named after the iconic F6F Hellcat fighter plane of WWII, this motorcycle has been designed with distinctive drag race architecture, it is equipped with innovative engineering and boasts avant-garde design. The uncompromised approach can be seen through Hellcat’s billet aluminum case, it doesn’t use the usual casting method, it is machined from 2 blocks of billet 6061 aircraft grade aluminum. This case combines America’s best V-Twin technology with America’s super powertrain technology into singularity. It features 121 HP, 140 foot pounds torque, 18-inch carbon fiber wheels, beautiful leather tractor seat, adjustable suspension, and dual caliper brakes. The company promises that it has made best approach to maximize the strength and guaranteeing durability. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Music: Extreme Action - Composed and performed by Bensound Home Page - http://www.bensound.com/ Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License
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One Plus One Official Features and Specs and Why You Should Buy!
 
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ASUS ZenFone Zoom World’s Thinnest 3x Optical Zoom Smartphone
 
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When you hear the Asus name, chances are you think of laptops, versatile tablets, or computing in general. If you’re a bit of a hardcore mobile fan, you may also think of the quirky Padfone range. The Zenfone Zoom could be the device that makes us associate the company’s name with more cutting edge smartphones, particularly by camera phone enthusiasts. Why? It has a 3x optical zoom, but not one that’s inside an unsightly bulge like the Galaxy K Zoom. Instead, the Zenfone Zoom uses a system which sees two lenses slide horizontally beside the lens, producing extremely similar results, but taking up far less space, and without an elongating extension. It’s not completely flat, but it’s still less obvious than the Lumia 1020’s lens housing, for example, and the phone is no thicker than a G3 inside a QuickCircle case. Smartphone zooms are primarily digital, and result in lower quality pictures when used. An optical zoom does a better job without the drawbacks, and is a truly differentiating feature. Asus hasn’t slapped the clever optical zoom system on the Zenfone Zoom and stopped there, however. It’s paired with optical image stabilization to improve those zoomed in shots, and those taken in low light. Added to this is a laser autofocus sensor, just like the one seen on the LG G3. It impressed us on that phone, and works even faster on the new LG G Flex 2, so we’re excited to see how Asus’ system performs. All this is attached to a 13-megapixel sensor, and the software can be used manually for complete control. What’s perhaps most impressive is that this tech doesn’t come at much cost to the ergonomics and design of the phone. It adds just 1mm of thickness to the base ZenFone 2 design, with the lens surround only standing slightly proud of the body of the phone. The design overall looks nice too. We liked the the ZenFone 2 and the Zoom seems close enough that we see little reason it wouldn’t also prove easy to handle. The phone we tested was a pre-production model, and the software installed wasn’t complete. Still, we were treated to a look at how the optical zoom performed. A photo of a Chinese yuan note was taken on zoom, then zoomed in again to reveal the level of detail it captured. Compared to the same image taken on an iPhone 6 Plus, the difference is very noticeable – revealing detail that wasn’t visible to the naked eye. Android 5.0 is installed on the phone, displayed on a 5.5-inch, 1080p display. Asus hasn’t decided on which processor will be used inside the phone, but a Snapdragon chip is most likely. An Intel Atom powers its Zenfone 2. While this is the first time we’re seeing this optical zoom tech inside a smartphone, it’s not the first time we’ve heard about it. We chatted with DynaOptics recently, a company developing the same type of module, but it hasn’t supplied Asus. What we learned talking to DynaOptics was how complex these modules are, and they aren’t perfected yet. Optical zooms are incredibly rare on smartphones and for good reason – the Samsung K Zoom, one of the only true Zoom rivals, was a bulky chap that filled even the baggiest of pockets, which made it a less-than-wonderful smartphone. However, the Zenfone Zoom has shaved a significant chunk of weight off that bulky beast and actually looks like a proper phone, with a lens that barely juts out of the rear casing. Asus told us it’ll have a 95-percent finished Zenfone Zoom at Mobile World Congress, followed by a release before the end of the first half of 2015. A price of $400 has been attached, which sounds excellent value, considering the high specs. The good news is Asus intends to release the Zenfone Zoom in the U.S. and the U.K., indicating it’s aware of the opportunity the phone presents to promote the Asus name. ___ Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Videos are For Educational Purposes used by technology schools. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/nutech_channel/ http://www.vidstopin.com/user/nuTECHchannel/ http://cchinta.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g http://clipta.pk/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g/CBgQAA http://www.video28.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: The Great by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/Slam_Funk/Broke_For_Free_-_Slam_Funk_-_03_The_Great © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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HEXO+ The Coolest Drone for GoPro Hero, Invading the sky
 
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The autonomous HEXO+ drone was originally launched as a Kickstarter campaign back in 2014. Today the young startup revealed their newly designed model of the HEXO+ along with its companion iOS app at CES. With a more angular and futuristic design, the HEXO+ is the most eye-catching drone that we've seen. The drone is now available for pre-order with a price tag of $1,150. This includes the HEXO+, gimbal, and GoPro mount. The final product will be shipped out to customers later in September. HEXO+ is an intelligent drone that follows and films you autonomously. Aerial filming for everyone. Frame your shot with a fingertip: Deciding how you want your aerial camera to frame your shot is ridiculously intuitive. A 3D model of your camera’s point of view lets you pinch to set the distance between your subject and your drone, slide laterally for panning and vertically for height. You can film yourself from the front, side, back and everywhere in between. All you need is your smartphone plus three intuitive gestures and you’re set. Press start to fly in position: When you push your filming settings to your drone, it will automatically take off and fly to its specified position – and hover there until your subject starts moving. No pilot, no camera operator, just ready for action in an instant. Let your drone follow and film you: Your drone is attuned to the slightest of movements, continuously repositioning itself to match the filming parameters you set for it. You now have an intelligent flying camera tracking your exact trajectory and filming your every move. Get stupidly good-looking aerial shots: Land your drone, collect your clips and enjoy. Our technology guarantees extra-smooth stabilized camera movements, continuous perfect framing, and creates the possibility for angles that are virtually impossible to achieve with traditional means. Read: you now have the capability to film Hollywood-style aerial shots – and beyond. Essentially, what we did was take the complexity and costs out of aerial filming to make it available for anyone. The combination of smart technology and considered design make HEXO+ the ideal solution for angles that will leave your viewers in awe. Features: Easy to use: set the framing on your smartphone and lock your target, the drone does the rest; from auto take-off to auto landing. Smart and autonomous: no remote control necessary; HEXO+ automatically follows your movements to maintain the framing you defined. Designed for action: lightweight, foldable frame and legs, removable propellers and gimbal to fit in a backpack. Extra fast flight: up to 70 km/h - 45 mph top speed to track even the fastest subject. Wind tunnel tested for improved aerodynamics. Extra stable: hexacopter design and 2D brushless gimbal to ensure vibration-free, smooth filming. Safe: Fail-safe software features and six propellers mean a safe landing in case of a problem. GoPro compatible mount: built for the best action camera out there. Optional 360cam mount: aerial 360° photos and videos! About 360cam. Includes The Director's Toolkit: HEXO+ comes with a Garageband-like app to create filming scenarios with drag and drop, combinable camera movements: crane, 360° around you, dolly, far-to-close/close-to-far. Unleash your creativity. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Videos are For Educational Purposes used by technology schools. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/nutech_channel/ http://www.vidstopin.com/user/nuTECHchannel/ http://cchinta.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g http://clipta.pk/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g/CBgQAA http://www.video28.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: "Cephalopod" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information: Cephalopod by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200081. ISRC: USUAN1200081 © 2012 Kevin MacLeod © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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Apple iPad Air 2 Official Features and Specifications Review ! (4K)
 
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There's no longer a question as to which tablet is Apple's flagship. While the new iPad mini 3 gets a Touch ID sensor and now comes in gold, the iPad Air 2 ($499 for 16GB, $828 as tested with 128GB and LTE) offers those goodies and a whole lot more. The Air 2 sports an even slimmer design than the original, along with a new A8X chip that delivers zippier performance and more than double the graphics might. This Air apparent also packs a gorgeous anti-reflective display and sharper 8-MP camera, which can easily pinch hit for your iPhone or point and shoot. It's not easy to take a design that felt barely there to begin with and make it even svelter, but Apple accomplished just that with the iPad Air 2. The new anodized aluminum chassis is 18 percent thinner than the original Air but feels just as strong. It's also more beautiful. I didn't want to hide those shiny, diamond-cut, beveled edges with a case. Perhaps to keep the profile thin, the right edge no longer houses a silent/rotation lock switch. You'll have to use the volume button to keep the Air 2 quiet and a button in Control Center for rotation lock. Measuring 9.4 by 6.6 inches and weighing 15.68 ounces (for the 4G version, 15.04 ounces for Wi-Fi), the Air 2 has the same footprint as the original but takes the profile down from 0.29 to 0.24 inches. The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is a slightly heavier and thicker 9.73 by 7 by 0.26 inches and 1.02 pounds. The Air 2 did start to weigh on my arm after I used the tablet with one hand for a few minutes, but I could use it comfortably in my lap for hours. Sure, the new Air suports the same 2048 by 1536-pixel resolution as the original iPad Air and iPad mini 3, but it's clear that Apple's engineers have made significant strides in image quality. Because the cover glass, touch sensor and LCD are now fused into one component, the Air 2's screen no longer has any gaps between the layers. The result is a glorious screen that offers bolder colors, more contrast and wider viewing angles. The twin speakers on the iPad Air 2's bottom edge (in portrait mode) produce boisterous audio despite the tablet's slim frame. While most slates suffer from zero bass, Sia's "Chandelier" delivered a nice combination of robust bass and soaring vocals. When watching X-Men: Days of Future Past, I appreciated all of the more subtle audio details, including the sputtering engine on Wolverine's car and the chirping birds. Packing a new 64-bit A8X chip, the iPad Air 2 promises up to 40 percent faster CPU performance and up to 2.5X better graphics than those offered by the A7 chip inside the Air. Translated to real-world use, the Air 2 is even more responsive and boasts fantastic, console-quality graphics on a growing number of games. If you're going to place a gorgeous, 9.7-inch viewfinder in front of your face, you might as well put more oomph into the shooter. That's the thinking behind the iSight camera in the iPad Air 2, which has been upgraded from 5 to 8 megapixels. The camera also suports a new sensor with larger pixels and leverages a new image processor inside the A8X chip. The FaceTime HD camera on the Air 2 still shoots at 1.2 MP, but Apple says the camera has improved low-light performance, thanks to the larger f/2.2 aperture and improved backside illuminated sensor. I don't throw the word "perfect" around lightly -- actually, I never use it -- but the iPad Air 2 truly is the perfect tablet. It boasts the ultimate combination of form and function, thanks to its even-thinner design and more-dazzling display, as well as its faster A8X processor and sharper 8-MP camera. What truly sets the iPad apart is its roster of unbeatable apps and the way this tablet interacts seamlessly with the iPhone and Macs, thanks to iOS 8 features such as Handoff. I'd like to see better multitasking, and some other slates offer better benchmark scores, but the Air 2 is the only tablet that hits the trifecta for design, performance and endurance. Ultimately, the iPad Air 2's biggest enemy isn't other tablets; it's a rising interest in big-screen phones or phablets that promise to do nearly as much. Apple will likely answer that challenge with an even larger tablet next year. But for now, the iPad Air 2 is the best tablet money can buy. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Riptide" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Riptide by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100095. ISRC: USUAN1100095 © 2007 Kevin MacLeod
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Titan 1 by Kudo3D : Fastest, Tallest Print, High Res SLA 3D Printer
 
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Titan 1 is the fastest personal SLA printer in the market today. For other SLA printers to print a 4.6 inch Eiffel tower with 100 micron Z resolution, it takes anywhere from 4 to 6 hours. With Titan 1, it only takes 2 hours. Titan 1's maximum speed for xy:50μm and z:100μm resolution is about 2.7 inches / hr and 1.3 inches / hr for xyz:100μm resolution. Compared with FDM type 3D printers, Titan 1 is five times faster and has much better resolution and surface smoothness. Titan 1 can print at resolutions that are 5 times better than FDM printers while completing the project at a faster speed. Titan 1 can print pillar features as fine as a strand of hair. The small Eiffel tower is printed at 37 micron XYZ resolution. The mini rings are printed at 37 micron XY and 30 micron Z resolution. Titan 1 is specifically designed for users to easily make adjustments with the widest range of printing sizes and resolution in the market today. Titan 1 is so flexible that it can print larger objects, and can be adjusted to increase resolution and print smaller objects. Speed, resolution, and size can be optimized based on user preferences. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !!
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Monsters from Japan: the Fantastic Sharp SH-04F Aquos flagship !
 
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$2,300 BlackBerry P’9983 Porsche branded smartphone Full Review
 
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BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 comes in a nice and sleek body, as well as with a super rich look. However, you will still find this BlackBerry device in a 3.1-inch display that has a resolution of 720 by 720 pixels. On the other hand, this phone has an attractive feature in the form of its high-gloss, glass-like keyboard. Its keys are made of composite plastic and you will notice that lettering has a 3D effect. The device is given a stainless steel frame that increases its weight somewhat, but gives it a pleasing look. You will also find a few nice software tweaks in this gadget. Some of these include a blue circle to mark a frequently used feature, shortcut for composing emails, within-camera shutter icon, system font, loading screen, etc. Porsche Design P’9983 runs on a dual-core, 1.5 gHz, Qualcomm MSM8960 processor. The device has 2 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. While the processor of this phone does not offer anything fresh from the times of old Q10 phones, there is a slight improvement on the internal storage front. It accepts 128 GB microSD cards. The phone is installed with a 2,100mAh battery to offer decent performance. The device runs on BlackBerry 10.3 OS. The size of this smartphone may disappoint you, as it may be difficult to carry or handle. The phone may slip out of your hands very easily. On the other hand, the design of its keyboard makes it easier to run your fingers on it. Its big keys make it comfortable to type for long. Porsche Design P’9983 has a cool back camera of 8 MP with a lens that is a coated with sapphire crystal. The camera works fine in daylight but might give some problems with nighttime shooting due to image sharpness issues. Porsche Design P’9983 can be termed more as a fashion statement that reflects your status in the society. Otherwise, the device does not offer you any extraordinary features that are not available in other smartphones or old BlackBerry devices. The phone is useful in a general sense, but one would only carry it to announce to the world that they are super rich. At a price of $2,300, Porsche Design P’9983 is only worth buying if you need to reflect your social status. Otherwise, you can even go for a Q10 that has started coming for free with some contracts. Porsche Design P’9983 is a stylish and fashionable device that does not exceed on performance standards. BlackBerry’s previous offerings have already come with similar options and features. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Harmful or Fatal" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Harmful or Fatal by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100210. ISRC: USUAN1100210 © 2006 Kevin MacLeod
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BlackBerry Passport Leather Wallet Case Cover by Khacten (4K)
 
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Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Harmful or Fatal" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Harmful or Fatal by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100210. ISRC: USUAN1100210 © 2006 Kevin MacLeod
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Novi - New, simple security for renters and home owners !
 
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Security Made Simple - No Contracts, No Monthly Fees Novi means new in Latin. Novi's mission is to make a new kind of security and connect families with their homes. We are building a no-contract security system that allows homeowners and renters to be connected with their homes through their mobile devices. Novi Security is redefining traditional security: no contracts, no monthly fees, no hardwiring, and no false alarms. We believe that security should be simple. Novi can be setup in less than 10 minutes and usable by anyone with a smart phone. We want all families to feel peace and security. 1) Check on your home while you're away 2) Deter criminals 3) Receive notifications Home isn't home until it's safe. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: The Hunter : created by Jason Shaw music by audionautix.com Released under Creative Commons License 3.0 CC Attribution (3.0)
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BlackBerry Passport Full review Squarely aimed at power users!
 
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BlackBerry has today tried to reinvent itself with the launch of BlackBerry Passport and the end result is surely fascinating. The new BlackBerry phone will be a treat for ardent BlackBerry fans and will also make a compelling case for business users willing to switch platform. Let’s take a quick look at the hardware. BlackBerry phones have been slightly behind the curve in imaging department when compared to Android high end flagships with equivalent price tags, but BlackBerry is striving to change that with a 13 megapixels rear shooter capable of full HD 1080p video recording. The camera module incorporates Optical Image Stabilization technology to offset vibrations while clicking images. The front 2 megapixels shooter will also suffice for 720p HD video chat. Internal storage is ample 32 GB with option of further expanding it by another 64 GB using MicroSD card support. This should suffice for most users out there. The processor used is Snapdragon 800 quad core clocked at 2.2 gHz. If you are a spec junky, you might consider it a step below the Snapdragon 801, but there is no reason to doubt that the powerful Snapdragon 800 SoC inside is more than capable of deliver a smooth performance with BB10.3 OS. The chipset is coupled with 3 GB RAM which shall be enough for smooth multitasking. Battery capacity is 3450 mAh. BlackBerry claims that the battery backup hasn’t been compromised in any possible way and users can get 30 hours of mixed usage time from BlackBerry Passport, which sounds good. Since the phone is targeting corporate users, this is an important parameter where it can’t afford to falter. The Display is 4.5 Inches in size and it’s a square display covering most of the front side. The resolution is 1440 by 1440 pixels which amounts to extremely sharp panel with 453 pixels per inches. BlackBerry went at length to demonstrate the advantage of such wide display. You can squeeze in more data compared to iPhone 6 or Galaxy S5 (as BlackBerry demonstrated at the event) and also the display is well suited for viewing medical images and other productivity aspects. This sounds logical. The software is BB10.3 which supports Android Apps. You will get Amazon App Store pre installed on the device along with some other key Android apps. BlackBerry has also introduced BlackBerry Assistant to compete with the likes of Google Now, Cortana and Siri. The BlackBerry Blend allows you to work across platform in real time. You can securely access your BB10 device from any platform. you can simply drag and drop files from your laptop, tablets, iPad, etc with ease. The first of its kind capacitive keyboard is another highlight of the device. You can swipe up to choose words from suggestions or swipe left to delete. BlackBerry has also improved on cursor management. The BlackBerry Passport sounds like a well crafted and refreshingly unique device. The phone combines all BlackBerry experience and strengths and we are excited to spend more time with it on the 29th September, when BlackBerry will introduce it in India. The not-so-pocket-friendly smartphone however isn’t meant for the masses as is evident from the price tag and the form factor, but will definitely entice BlackBerry loyalists and there is no dearth of those in India. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Music: The New 6 Rock - Composed and performed by nũTech Production ™®© Original music and video produced by nũTech Production ™®©
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Lanmodo is an automatic wireless car tent perfect for outdoor uses too
 
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Car users rejoice! Lanmodo has now made it easier for those with cars to protect their valuable four wheelers from the heat and bring in some shade to carry as well. This wireless all-in-one automatic car tent can protect the car from the sun, hail and rain. For those who travel outdoors, the Lanmodo can function as a beach umbrella, a camping tent and any other shade-related accessory should the requirement match. Using a wireless remote, the Lanmodo can be easily installed on the car thanks to suction cups which hold the tent in place. The tent can bear up to 150 points of force, so there will not be any problem with the wind dragging it away from the car. The ropes of the tent can also be attached to the doors and handles for better stability. Lanmodo can effectively reduce heat and cool down a car by up to 35 degrees. The tent itself also comes with its own charging station for USB power and can also be used as a power source when it is in tent mode. Once the tent itself is charged, it can dependably open up 500 times remotely. Lanmodo have partnered with Funded Today and are also planning on starting their very own Kickstarter campaign. The goal of the campaign is to reach $30,000 for production support, which seems like a doable amount, especially with the right backers. The tent itself starts at $292 and will provide the tent, a remote as well as a charger. The tent also has variants that go up to $399. The offerings available in colours ranging from black, navy, silver, and pink as well. This will have a lot interested buyers as the summer sets in, especially in countries where there is more heat and rain than winter. Considering it is theft proof, can keep the car dry as well as regulate the temperature, the Lanmodo is a shoe in for most car-buyers. ___ Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/m2prodsnetwork/nutech/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: Tek's Abomination by TeknoAXE is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_4.php?q=989&Genre=Electro © 2017 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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Samsung Galaxy S6 Killer Features Official Review !
 
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By fortunate coincidence, the resulting design direction of the new S6 has more than a smidgen of iPhone about. But comparisons are the lowest form of flattery, or however the saying goes. Gone are the ‘nasty’ plastics of Galaxy past. No faux leather finish as with the Note here either. Instead, the S6 has a metal chassis, and glass covering the front and back. The fit and finish makes you want to use words such as ‘chamfer’, ‘roundel’ and ‘drilled’, whatever they mean. While the S6 Edge gets a racy green finish to itself, the S6 gets a surfy blue. Both phones alternatively come in charcoal, white and gold – the finish is described by Samsung as ‘jewel-like’. Fortunately it’s classier than that sounds. The metal edges are almost imperceptibly darker from the white version to the charcoal version. The glass back and the front screen edges curve slightly into the chassis, and there’s a very thin bezel on either side of the 5.1in, QHD Super AMOLED screen. Yep, no, 4K screen – but that was never the most desirable of the S6 rumours anyway. Despite the addition of all this glass and metal, the new S6 is lighter than the outgoing S5, albeit by only an imperial smidge. It feels solid and balanced, with a more traditional hand feel than the S6 Edge’s sharp sides. The power button is situated in the center of the right-hand side of the phone, above the pin-and-socket type SIM tray, and the volume controls are high up on the left side. The top has only a wee microphone hole and the IR sender. There's much action on the bottom edge, with the headphone socket, microUSB and a newly placed, power-boosted speaker. Samsung say it's 1.5 more louder. It’s got a lovely drilling, that speaker, but we daresay that HTC’s twin front-mounted BoomSound setup will still be the choice of the boom-tish social misfit. Of course the downside to that unibody shell, for Samsung fans, may be that there’s no removable back panel – a sacrifice for the new classy build. So no removable battery either, nor the ability to swap out your memory card. It's not like you get a much bigger battery either: capacity is 2550mAh, compared to 2600mAh for the S6 Edge and 2800mAh for the outgoing S5. But there’s wireless charging built in, compatible with an optional Samsung charger and, claimeth they, with the majority of wireless charge points in Starbucks, McDonalds, etc. Its cable charger apparently provides two hours of HD video playback for just 10mins of charging. The lack of microSD card slot may be an issue for some too. Still, the S6 will come with 32, 64 or 128GB of memory built in, and it’s the new-fangled UFS 2.0 type too. ‘All the faster to fill it up’ a cynical wolf would say, using his sharpest claw to tiddly-wink his now-redundant microSD collection into the bin. Less doom-laden data hounds might look to a product such as the Leef Bridge to stay on top of their hoardage and backup needs. The camera lens on the back of the S6 protrudes. Forgivable, if its optical image stabilisation and low-light-loving f1.9 aperture hold up in real-world testing. The front camera is 5MP, compared to 16MP round the back, but it also gets the big eye. Both are made slightly easier to use by some camera app tweaks that add text identifiers to the previously inscrutable on-screen icons. ___ Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Videos are For Educational Purposes used by technology schools. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ https://www.pinterest.com/bestofyoutube/nutech/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: The Great by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/Slam_Funk/Broke_For_Free_-_Slam_Funk_-_03_The_Great © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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BloomSky: World's First Smart Interactive WeatherCam !!
 
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A hyperlocal weather station that lets you share real-time data and sky image onto a crowdsourced network. Technical Specifications BloomSky Wireless Outdoor Module WiFi-connected to BloomSky Cloud. Water, dust, UV-resistant body. 5-in-1 sensors measure temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, UV exposure, and precipitation with excellent accuracy. Ultra-wide angle HD camera built-in with 45-degree adjustable shooting angle. Smart photometric sensor measures daylight brightness and ensures correct exposure. Smart camera turns on at dawn and off at dusk. Smart rain sensor distinguishes precipitation from other moisture and responses instantly when rain starts to fall. Powered by a rechargeable lithium polymer battery. Chargeable Option 1: through A/C Input: 100-220V(worldwide use), operating time 20 days per charge. Chargeable Option 2: through solar panel. Low battery alert sends push notifications on mobile apps. Wireless, no wires to run. Easy to stand upright on stake apparatus for insertion in patio and garden. One-year limited warranty. Operating temperature range: -13°F (-25°C) to 149°F (65°C) (± 0.72°F (0.4°C) accuracy) Temperature Resolution: 1°F Humidity Resolution: 1% Humidity Range: 1% to 99% RH (± 5% accuracy) UV exposure range: 280nm - 400nm (UV-A,UV-B) Barometric pressure Resolution: 1hPa Rain sensor minimum detectable threshold: 1mm/6hr BloomSky Indoor Module (Not sold separately) WiFi-connected to BloomSky Cloud Built-in temperature and humidity sensor with excellent accuracy. Temperature display outdoor and indoor. F° /C° temperature unit switchable. Powered by A/C Desktop placing Temperature Range: ·-13°F (-25°C) to 149°F (65°C) (± 0.72°F (0.4°C) accuracy) Humidity Range: 10% to 99% Solar Panel (Not sold separately) Environmental friendly and rechargeable under the sun. Designed exclusively for BloomSky outdoor module. Product Dimensions: 7.8"x11"x0.8" Stake (Not sold separately) Product Dimensions: 16" (41cm) Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Think Tank : created by Jason Shaw music by audionautix.com Released under Creative Commons License 3.0 CC Attribution (3.0)
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RoVa3D : The World First 5 Material/Color Liquid Cooled 3D Printer !
 
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5 Color/Material 3D Printer w/ liquid cooling, all metal hot ends, aluminum frame, large build area, high torque motors, & steel gears With our five nozzle printer, you can print an object with five different colors throughout the object without stopping to switch the filament. Or you could use three of the five nozzles for different colors, one larger nozzle for faster infilling, and one for a different support material. It's up to you! The RoVa3D is not just a printer with more nozzles. It is a superior printing platform in every way. The extruders are side mounted, not on the X carriage, to reduce weight and increase speed. The hot ends are all metal so they can print at any temperature up to 450°C!, so you could print in any 3D filament material like polycarbonate or nylon or vinyl or alloys like carbon fiber PLA, plus of course the standard ABS and PLA plastics, and even more materials that have yet to be invented. The build volume is the largest in its class by 50%, providing an excellent price to volume ratio. Our printer is made of extremely sturdy, high quality components, which means it won't breakdown or wear out even if you are constantly using it. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Think Tank : created by Jason Shaw music by audionautix.com Released under Creative Commons License 3.0 CC Attribution (3.0)
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Printeer - a 3D printer for kids & schools using an iPad !!
 
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Printeer is easy to use, fun for people of all ages, and safe for children with adult supervision. Printeer is perfect for: Homes with elementary, middle, or high-school aged children Science, art, math, or technology classrooms Community centers or libraries Science, art, or children's museums Scouting troops Summer camps After school programs or daycares Your next family gathering Educators understand the importance of technology skills, and so do we. We've already partnered with local schools in California to bring Printeer to after-school programs and in-classroom demos. As a local junior high principal recently told us, "Learning technology is a matter of exposure." All kids can learn technology, and the first step is gaining access to that technology. Our hope is that through this Kickstarter campaign, Printeers will find their ways into schools we've never heard of, in towns and cities across the country. We are committed to bringing this technology into the classroom and eager to engage with passionate parents and educators to make it happen. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Think Tank : created by Jason Shaw music by audionautix.com Released under Creative Commons License 3.0 CC Attribution (3.0)
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HTC Desire Eye Hands on World's Sharpest Selfies Smartphone
 
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With a large 13 megapixels camera plonked on the front, the HTC Desire EYE may be the best selfie smartphone on the planet. Its internal guts are almost similar to the HTC One M8 sans the premium metal. Will the photographic and waterproof Desire EYE pose a challenge to HTC’s own flagship portfolio? Let’s find out. Design The Desire EYE doesn’t share the premium metallic build of the One M8, instead, it has a soft and rigid plastic body with smooth finish. The back of the Desire EYE has a much more premium feel than the Nexus 9, also built by HTC and is flat that makes it easy to rest on any surface, as opposed to the curved metallic rear of the M8. The back cover isn’t removable and prone to fingerprints and smudges. At 154 grams, the Desire EYE is lighter than the HTC One M8. Additionally, the EYE doesn’t share the same meshed grill designed speakers as the M8. Instead, they are almost invisible and placed at the ends of the display. In the course of time, those speakers might collect dust due to the spacing. We also found the M8 speakers crispier than the Desire EYE which is somewhat expected as the M8 is HTC’s flagship product. Where the Desire EYE differs from the M8 is in the positioning of buttons. While the power button on the M8 lies on the top left corner, the EYE’s power button resides in the middle of the right side. Volume rockers can be reached above the power button itself, and the trigger buttons are flat. Display The EYE sports a 5.2-inch screen with the same Full HD resolution as the M8, but with a lower pixel density. The larger size makes it hard to use with just one hand. The display is bright with crisp colors and with maximum brightness, very usable in bright sunlight. Performance The Desire 820 may be HTC’s first 64-bit device, but the Desire EYE is the first to rock high end specifications in the Desire portfolio, making it rank alongside the One series. The brains are the same Snapdragon 801 chipset found inside the M8, speeding up to 2.3 gHz for each core alongside 2GB of RAM. The Sense UI 6 skin runs smooth on top of Android 4.4.4 with no lags. Battery The Desire EYE’s battery is rated for 2400 mAh, which is 200 mAh shy off the M8. Nevertheless, we were easily able to achieve almost a day of use which includes occasional calls, installing apps, benchmarks, games and YouTube. On the second day without the rigorous benchmarking and installation of apps, the EYE lasted a full day. On the third day after snapping a bunch of pictures, selfies and video, the EYE was still left with a lot of juice to go on. Moreover, the extreme saver mode turns off all wireless networks, themes, and effects, lowers the performance and launches a simplistic menu of essentials in big sized icons. The driving mode is quite handy that showed a similar screen as the extreme saver mode for easier quick access. HTC Desire Eye: Verdict For "around $549," as HTC is quoting for now, the Desire Eye is excellent value for money. It's a flagship smartphone wrapped in a fun and attractive plastic body. It offers a premium alternative to aluminium which, thanks to the red and blue highlights, will stand out on shop shelves for the right reasons. The Full HD screen is brilliant, the fact that it's waterproof without covering the USB port is very welcome, and we suspect it'll get a speedy update to Android 5.0 Lollipop. I saw a couple of issues with the matte plastic turning glossy, and that huge front camera, while a fun talking point, doesn't quite have the impact I hoped it might. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Now on tumblr ! http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Presenterator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Presenterator by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100842. ISRC: USUAN1100842 © 2011 Kevin MacLeod
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Godzilla Skins : Military-Grade Screen Protectors for your iPhone
 
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Made in the USA. Godzilla Skins are Military-Grade Polyurethane Screen Protectors, made to last the lifetime of your device. You know longer have to deal with the typical screen protectors that ruin the look, feel, and function of your device. Our screen protectors are engineered to go on clear and bubble-free, with no interference to your devices touch sensitivity. Our team at Godzilla Skins have developed a revolutionary screen protector. The film was originally developed for the military, to protect their equipment in the harshest of conditions. After costly replacements of titanium helicopter blades, the film was introduced to protect the blades from all the debris. We have taken the technology a step further and have applied it to protecting electronic devices. Godzilla Skins combines optimal clarity with exceptional protection. Our unique application ensures a crystal clear viewing area, one that won't get worn out by touch or collect air bubbles. Each Godzilla Skin screen protector is engineered to cover as much surface space as possible within its design. All products are machine cut and crafted, so you can be assured of the quality you are looking for in our device protection. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Think Tank : created by Jason Shaw music by audionautix.com Released under Creative Commons License 3.0 CC Attribution (3.0)
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Lenovo S90 Sisley looks uncannily like the Apple's iPhone 6 Clone
 
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Look familiar? Lenovo reveals new Android phone - and it looks uncannily like the Apple's iPhone 6 Sisley S90 handset has identical shape and markings to Apple's iPhone 6 Runs Google's Android OS, and can use two SIM cards at once At first glance, it looks like an iPhone, but with ugly buttons on the front screen. However, in fact this is Lenovo's latest Android handset. Available in China, it appears to have taken inspiration from Apple's latest handset design, with identical curved edges, antenna strips and even placement of buttons and connectors. However, Lenovo says it is impossible it copied the design, saying, 'Considering the product design lifecycle of any smartphone – at least a year in planning and prototyping – it's not possible to copy a design so quickly.' Lenovo's Sisley S90 will only be released in China, and it will come with a price tag of $330. It boasts a 5-inch Super-AMOLED HD display, a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 SoC, an Adreno 306 GPU with 1 GB RAM and 16 GB ROM. It is also dual-SIM enabled and features a 13-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel front secondary camera. Lenovo, which happens to be the fourth-largest smartphone vendor in China, just released a new phone that looks almost identical to Apple's iPhone 6. The Lenovo S90 Sisley features the same metal unibody design and curved edges as the iPhone 6. The speaker placement is even exactly the same. Although Lenovo's phone looks the same as Apple's the hardware differs in a few important ways. The S90 Sisley comes with a 13-megapixel camera rather than an 8-megapixel camera like the iPhone 6, and it also comes with a lower resolution 720p screen compared to Apple's phone. The display is also slightly larger at 5-inches as opposed to the iPhone 6's 4.7-inch screen. Lenovo's phone appears to be just as slim as Apple's, but it comes with a larger 2,300 mAh battery compared to the iPhone 6's 1,810 mAh battery. With the launch of this device, Lenovo basically has ripped off Apple. It’s odd to see them, being the huge device manufacturer that they are, take so much “inspiration” from another company. The way the S90 is presented on the website and in the official images is proof enough. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Videos are For Educational Purposes used by technology schools. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Now on tumblr ! http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Presenterator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Presenterator by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100842. ISRC: USUAN1100842 © 2011 Kevin MacLeod © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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ODIN: Android 'Smart' Projector to Carry in Your Pocket !
 
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First Mobile Device Focused on Social Interaction. Battery and Android Powered to Provide Visual and Sound Anywhere. ODIN is the ideal product for people who consume most of their entertainment using Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, the web and mobile applications. As we consume more information via the Internet, we need a compact, portable device that gives us a large visual display. Stream movies from Netflix and Hulu Access files from Dropbox or Skydrive Surf the web on a Chrome browser Use Google Docs and Office 365 to work by connecting a keyboard and mouse Play Xbox on a big screen Stream music from your phone to the Bluetooth speakers Express your creativity in new ways - use as a guide to paint a mural, in an art display, and more These are just some of the activities you can accomplish with ODIN. We are sure that you will think of thousands of other ways. GENERAL 4.3" W x 6" L x 1.8" H (at thickest) ~1.7 lbs w/ aluminum base Black / 10KGold 90 degree adjustable stand INTERNALS Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9, 1.6GHz Android Operating System 4.4 KitKat 2GB DDR RAM Wi-Fi (B/G/N) Bluetooth 4.0 16GB Internal Memory OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY Display Technology: 0.3" DMD (Direct Micromirror Display) Light Source: LED (RGB) Resolution: WVGA (854 x 480) Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 Throw Ratio: 1.66:1 (meter) Refresh Rate: 60 Hz LED Life: 20,000 hours 115 Lumens ANSI Size: 25" @ 1 yard to Infinity Manual focus POWER Power via DC 5.5mm 12V 3A Rechargeable Battery 7.4V 3000 mAh Battery Life: ~ 2 Hours in Portable Mode; ~1 Hr. 15 Min in Full Power Mode Bluetooth Speaker Mode: ~ 8 Hours CONNECTIONS Video: Single HDMI Connection Audio: 3.5mm TRRS 2 x USB AUDIO 2 x 4 Watt Bluetooth Speakers Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah mix) by spinningmerkaba featuring Morusque, Jeris, CSoul, Alex Beroza ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/33345 CC Attribution (3.0)
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GOkey: Charger. Cable. Locator. Memory. All on your key-ring.
 
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Being left with a flat battery on your smartphone is an awful position to be in, but carrying a portable battery pack is not always convenient if you don't want to carry an extra gear or bags. The GOkey pocket keychain charger has been design to help keep your smartphone charged without the need to carry any awkward extra batteries. Check out the promotional video after the jump to learn more about this handy little pocket sized charger. The GOkey battery pack is design to provide around two hours extra use from your smartphone and can be equipped with either an Apple Lightning connector or a micro USB for Android and Windows devices depending on your preference. As an added bonus the GOkey also can be equipped with a range of flash memory storage options offering 8, 16 or 32 GB of flash storage for you to keep your media and documents safe. The GOkey project is currently over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think GOkey is something you could benefit from, visit the Indiegogo website now to make a pledge and help GOkey become a reality. Tanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Music Attribution: Urbana-Metronica (wooh-yeah mix) by spinningmerkaba featuring Morusque, Jeris, CSoul, Alex Beroza ccmixter.org/files/jlbrock44/33345 CC Attribution (3.0)
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Bultaco rides again with all-electric motorcycles: The Rapitan Sport !
 
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One of the most beloved of the long-defunct Euro bike makers, Bultaco, appears to be on the brink of a comeback. And instead of rehashing a classic design filled with modern tech, the reborn concern has decided to skip the retro rage and dive right into fully electric motoring. The new bike, a fully modern naked -style machine called the Rapitán, sports 54 ponies from a brushless, air-cooled electric motor and 92 pound-feet of torque, which puts it on a performance par with ebike maker Brammo's popular Empulse. Top speed is pegged at 90 mph with about an 80 mile range. Battery specifics, save for the fact it's of the Lithium-Ion variety, were not detailed in a company press release. The transmission has just one forward gear, an approach becoming more common in electric bikes. A Sport version of the bike is said to be in the pipeline as well and photos of that model show it with wirespoke wheels, hidden headlights and a more supermoto stance. It should be an eyeful in motion as the wheels also sport alternating yellow-black sections on the rims. A small LCD panel rides where the fuel filler would be located. Charging for both bikes is controlled onboard. Other features include storage for a helmet where the gas tank would be, a tubular steel frame a la Ducati, what appears to be belt drive, and decidedly aggressive urban-naked styling -- in yellow. The front fork appears to be unconventional, with what resembles a linkage system and single shock similar to BMW's Telelever system. Interestingly, Bultaco says the bike's power system incorporates large capacitors as well as battery storage. Capacitor discharge would give the bike a boost off the line and could be quickly "refueled" by regenerative braking through the back wheel, saving precious battery capacity for extending cruising range. Bultaco also suggests the rear regenerative brake has a built-in anti-lock braking feature that maximizes energy recapture, a feature still being kicked around by several other bike makers. A large single disc brake slows the front wheel on both models. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: Take 2 the TECH : created by nuTECH Productions music by nuTECH Productions Released under Creative Commons License 4.0 CC Attribution (4.0)
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Nokia X2 Dual SIM -  In Depth Review, Official Price and  Features !
 
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Nokia X2 is a dual-sim smartphone with a capacitive touch screen. It is available in four variants: Bright Orange, Bright Green, White and Black. Operating System: If you are thinking that it is an android device, then YOU'RE WRONG! The operating system is Nokia X Software v2. This is the case with all the devices of the X-series. But don't worry! All the android apps and games are supported in this device. The alternate operating system makes two differences: Totally different User Interface (difference in home-screen, menu etc.) Addition of Fast-Lane, which lets you access your favourite apps smoother and easier Processor, Memory and Storage: Nokia X2 is backed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200, dual core processor, which is quite decent at its price. The RAM is 1 GB and the internal storage is 4 GB. The storage can be expanded upto 32 GB. Screen Size and Resolution: The screen size is 4.29 inches. The resolution of the device is 480 by 800 pixels. It supports 16 M colours. The screen size is acceptable and the resolution too! Battery and Standby Time: The battery of the device is 1800 mAh, which is sufficient for this screen size. The company claims that it would last for 552 hrs (2G). Though the claim seems to be fake, I don't think there will be any issues with battery. Google Services: Services such as Google Play Store, Google Maps, G mail etc. are COMPLETELY ABSENT in this device. However, you can download them anytime you wish to! Quite shocked? Camera: The primary camera is of 5 MP, with an additional secondary (front) camera. But don't underestimate the camera quality. Public reviews have indicated that the camera is of pretty high quality and quite near to HD. Note that more megapixels doesn't mean a better camera. Camera quality is entirely dependent upon lens size and quality. Other features: Like every other smartphone, Nokia X2 offers internet connectivity, email, 3G support, bluetooth, etc. It also supports various multimedia features, which are quite unique. Just like the lumia series, you will find Nokia Maps using which you can access the maps even when you're offline! This feature makes this device a cutting-edge smartphone. What is good in Nokia X2: 1 GB RAM 4 GB Internal Storage (Ideal according to the price) 4.3 Inch Touchscreen Offline Maps Secondary Camera What is not good in Nokia X2: Nokia X Operating System 5 MP Camera Unattractive looks Complicated User interface Absence of Google Services Therefore, it would be a good device for you if you are a low-end gamer, ordinary business person or a simple android user. It won't be good if you are a high-end gamer, business person who needs many running apps, in need of simple user interface. Price: It is launched in USA at a price of $199. It is a very very cheap device with such decent specifications. Nokia X2: Good or not? Nokia X2 has brought in exceptionally good features for such a price. But still, it sounds overpriced to some! It should be understood that Nokia's quality can't be underestimated. Of course you know how sturdy Nokia's feature phones are! The company hasn't forgotten to add a touch of quality in any of its smartphone. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Riptide" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Riptide by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100095. ISRC: USUAN1100095 © 2007 Kevin MacLeod
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Amazon Fire Phone - Why Absolutely Don't Buy this smartphone !
 
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Microsoft Lumia 535 ditches Nokia brand for the first time! (review)
 
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Microsoft has officially revealed the Lumia 535, the first smartphone not to use Nokia branding after the company's Devices division was bought out in April this year. As predicted by early leaks, the budget handset might not have a Nokia logo, but it certainly carries Nokia DNA; it's bright, colourful and runs Windows Phone 8.1, but won't cost a fortune. Designed primarily for emerging markets, with China, Hong Kong and Bangladesh first on the list to recieve it, the Lumia 535 isn't yet confirmd for launch in the UK, but as Microsoft's first phone to go it alone without the Nokia brand it's worth closer inspection; it will give us an idea what to expect from more powerful devices when Microsoft gets round to revealing them. The most immediate changes are Microsoft logos in place of the Nokia one on the front and back of the handset, but it appears Microsoft has ditched all of Nokia's dedicated Windows Phone apps too. Inside, the Lumia 535 is decidedly basic; powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 sytem-on-chip (SoC) running at 1.2gHz, paired with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, it won't be setting any benchmark tables alight. It does at least have a microSD card slot, for adding up to 128GB of extra space, and the 1,905mAh battery should be 23 days of standby time, 11 hours of talktime or six and a half hours of video playback. That's all backed by a 5in, 960 by 540 resolution display, with 5-megapixel cameras on the front and back of the handset. The LED flash on the back should help with low light photography, but the low video resolution of 848 by 480 will limit the phone's usefulness when it comes to shooting film clips. As you would expect for a Lumia device, the Lumia 535 will be available in a multitude of bright colours, including green, orange, white, dark grey, black and cyan. The handset will be launching in single and dual-SIM variants with a price around $139. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Now on tumblr ! http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ Weekly New Videos !! Music Attribution: "Presenterator" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Extra information Presenterator by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0. Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100842. ISRC: USUAN1100842 © 2011 Kevin MacLeod
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Sony Xperia Z Ultra review: Big and dangerously thin !
 
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If you want to push the boundaries between phone and tablet, then Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra has to be a serious contender. With its 6.4in screen, it’s hard to think a device of this ilk can get much bigger without being a fully-fledged tablet. If you thought the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was big, this is massive. Design As the largest phablet on the market, the Z Ultra is a great compromise for those wanting the best of both worlds. However, it certainly feels on the large side for using day-to-day as your main phone – we’d challenge you to hold this up to your face for a call and not feel a bit silly. It’s slim though; at 6.5mm it’s the slimmest phablet we’ve tested. This makes it just about possible to squeeze it into a pocket – though skinny-jeans wearers need not apply – and while it’s comfortable to hold in one hand, you’ll need both free for the most part. Once you get over its size, the overall design is nice. It follows the likes of Sony’s more recent handsets with its angular styling and glass panels front and back, with the added bonuses of waterproofing and dustproofing. Sony’s Android skin is one of our favourites out there, largely keeping things clean and simple. Sony makes the most of those large dimensions – unlike some – allowing for six icons in the dock. It’s also the only phablet we’ve tested that offers landscape use throughout its menus. Performance and Battery life Sony Xperia Z Ultra is powered by a 2.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor alongside 2GB of RAM. It's safe to say it is the fastest device we've come across, handling everything that we threw at it with great aplomb. From multi-tasking and switching between apps, to casual as well as heavy duty games, everything was butter smooth. Browsing the Web is a great experience thanks to the large screen and the power underneath, which means even heavy duty websites render almost instantly. The phone's also great for watching videos and the Ultra plays full-HD video natively. If you do a lot of media consumption, be mindful of the fact that you'll need to use both your hands to hold the phone in landscape mode. Thankfully, the phone doesn't feel too heavy despite weighing 212 grams, since the weight is evenly distributed across its large frame. We did have a couple of other gripes about our Xperia Z Ultra unit. The call quality was average at best and we felt that the loudspeaker wasn't loud enough during calls as well as while watching a movie or listening to music. Battery life is another area where the Xperia Z Ultra just about does the job and it should last a full working day with moderate to heavy use. The giant display on the device is a bit of a battery guzzler and power users will likely find themselves reaching for the charger before the day is over. Verdict The Sony Xperia Z Ultra is a difficult phone to summarise. It gets a lot of things right - it's a scorcher in terms of performance and the big, full-HD display makes for a great viewing experience. However, it's too bulky for most people, and the large display means the battery life takes a hit. The camera performance could've been better too. At $300, the phone isn't cheap, but that's no surprise given its top-of-the-line specs and performance. Almost everyone we met was excited about the Xperia Z Ultra when they first heard about it or saw it in person. Ten minutes with the phone, though, changed the opinion of 9 out of 10 people and they were calling it 'impractical' in no time. However, the tenth person immediately vowed to get one for himself. That, in a nutshell, is the Sony Xperia Z Ultra - too bulky for most, perfect for a minority who believe big is indeed beautiful. Welcome to nũTECH ! The leading consumer tech lifestyle channel and the ultimate YouTube destination for the latest tech news! Videos are For Educational Purposes used by technology schools. Thanks for watching ! Subscribe ! Stay cool ! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nuTECHchannel Follow Us ! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://nutech-channel.tumblr.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/nutech_channel/ http://www.vidstopin.com/user/nuTECHchannel/ http://cchinta.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g http://clipta.pk/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g/CBgQAA http://www.video28.com/user/UCMyHv-82dOSSKbkUbQc4j_g ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Weekly New Videos !! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Attribution: The Great by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/Slam_Funk/Broke_For_Free_-_Slam_Funk_-_03_The_Great © 2015 nuTECH Productions. All rights reserved
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