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Lenovo ThinkPad X1: Thin, Sturdy, and Fast

The technology press has lumped Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 into a growing category of Macbook Air competitors, but now that I’ve used one for awhile, I can tell you it doesn’t really belong there. Though the X1 is the thinnest ThinkPad ever, it is still considerably thicker and heavier than Apple’s razor-thin laptop. This isn’t to say that it’s thick or heavy (it isn’t) or that it is inferior to the Air or other superslim laptops like the Samsung Series 9. It’s just a different product for a different market: business travelers who like to travel light.

Lenovo says that the ThinkPad X1 is 0.65 inches thick and 3.8 pounds. Our measurements show it’s a little thicker than that at its thickest. Compare those numbers to the 2.3 pounds and tapered design of the Air that is 0.68 inches thick at its thickest and a mere 0.11 inches at the front edge. Just pick up the X1 and you’ll immediately recognize the difference. Lenovo’s laptop is thin and relatively light (for a ThinkPad), but let’s not get carried away.

Lenovo packs a lot of good stuff into this compact package. The whole system is extremely rugged, resisting our attempts to flex or bend it. The backlit island-style keyboard is not just a joy to type on, it’s spill-proof as well. In an interesting twist, Lenovo has equipped the X1 with a clickpad instead of a trackpad with discrete buttons. It’s a good compromise to get a larger touch area, and the texture and tracking of the pad is top-notch. For those that can’t give it up, you’ll still find the little eraser-nub pointer control between the G and H keys and a set of physical buttons between the clickpad and the spacebar. The base configuration includes a Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 320GB, 7200-rpm hard drive for $1199. Our test model came with a Core i5-2520M CPU, raising the price to $1304. This configuration earned a respectable score of 124 on WorldBench 6, putting it near the top of the ultraportables category. SSD drive options are also available, though costly.

At first glance, the ThinkPad X1 seems to be missing a lot of connectivity options, as you’ll only find a headset jack and a USB port under a small cover on the left edge and a card reader on the right edge. That’s because most of the ports are tucked away on the back of the laptop. There you’ll find a combo eSATA/USB port, a DisplayPort, an HDMI 1.4a port, a port for USB 3.0, and a covered SIM card slot for 3G connectivity. The 1366 by 768 display is bright and doesn’t shift too much as you change your viewing angle, but it is a little disappointing to see Lenovo opt for a glossy glass cover instead of the anti-reflective matte finish found on most ThinkPads. The built-in high-def Webcam functions surprisingly well in low light, and the audio is a lot louder and clearer than you’d expect from a laptop this small. Credit that to Lenovo’s licensing of Dolby Home Theater technology.

The Achilles’ heel of this slick business ultraportable is its anemic battery life. Apparently, the one thing Lenovo couldn’t really cram into this attractive black slab is a big enough battery. The nonremovable lithium polymer battery lasted only 3 hours, 41 minutes in our tests. You can double that with an external slice battery, but that’s a serious compromise. It adds nearly a pound, makes the system quite a bit thicker (covering the back half of the bottom of the system), and raises the price by $150. What’s the point of a thin and light laptop if you have to make it decidedly not thin and not light to get more than 4 hours of use out of it? At least it doesn’t take long to charge. Lenovo is proud of how quickly its battery charges, and rightly so. You can go from drained to 80 percent of full charge in around half an hour, and the system is smart enough to charge up the internal battery first, and to drain the slice battery first.

There’s a lot to love about the ThinkPad X1, even if it isn’t quite thin or light enough to rightly join the ranks of Macbook Air competitors. It looks and feels great, is a joy to work on, boots fast, remains responsive even when multitasking, and has a really nice display. The audio quality and the Webcam are a cut above average, as well. If you don’t need all-day battery life, it’s an excellent choice. It’s exactly the kind of thing a frequent-flyer businessman would want to stuff into his carry-on bag, provided he’ll use it for less than 4 hours at a time. For users that demand all-day battery life, the external battery slice effectively eliminates the sleek size and weight that makes the system such an attractive prospect in the first place.

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About Canon MP495

Built-in Wireless1 printing and scanning, a compact and stylish design with innovative features – meet the Canon MP495 Wireless Photo All-In-One. The MP495 brings high quality performance, ease of use and convenience together in one printer. You will also be able to continue your Wi-Fi photo printing with ease from compatible iPhone, iPod touch and Android devices2.

For the first time in home photo printing you can print still photographs from your captured HD movies with extraordinary technology called Full HD Movie Print. The all new Full HD Movie Print software turns your favorite HD movie clips captured with your compatible Canon EOS Digital SLR or PowerShot cameras into beautiful prints!3 The MP495 delivers a 4800 x 1200 maximum color dpi4 with Canon’s patented Hybrid Ink System. So, you’ll have a pigment black ink for crisp text and dye ink for beautiful photos up to 8.5″ x 11″ all with outstanding quality. Auto Photo Fix II technology automatically analyzes and applies image correction, red-eye removal and multi-zone exposure correction for beautiful images.

For your scanning needs, Auto Document Fix automatically delivers advanced image analysis and area-by-area data correction for text that’s easy to read, and pictures that maintain color tone and contrast. Auto Scan Mode5 automatically recognizes the type of original you’re scanning, then scans and saves with the appropriate settings. Do you want to easily print from the web? Canon’s Easy-WebPrint EX6 software lets you clip, collect, and combine multiple web pages into your own layout and even add text.

Terrific Resolution: This level of quality is achieved by 4800 x 1200 maximum color dpi4 thanks to Canon Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE) with a patented print head firing ink droplets as small as 2pl. This delivers superb quality and detail in both your business documents and photos.

High Performance Ink Cartridges: These two genuine Canon ink cartridges contain specially formulated inks for great document and photo quality. One is a Black cartridge for crisp text and one is a multi-color cartridge for beautiful photos. Both are easy to use and replace.

ChromaLife100+: This system combines enhanced FINE print head technology with select genuine Canon inks and select genuine Canon photo papers for beautiful borderless photos that will last up to 300 years when stored in an archival-quality photo album.

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Epson Stylus NX430 Review

The Epson Stylus NX430 packs quality and performance into one space-saving printer. Part of the new line of Epson Small-in-One printers, it fits perfectly in virtually any setting. And, it features Epson Connect, so you can enjoy instant wireless printing from popular mobile devices1. It’s easy to share your Small-in-One with Easy Epson Wireless setup and the latest in wireless technology. Use the 2.5″ LCD, smart touch panel and built-in card slots to print brilliant photos — PC-free. Whatever you’re printing, you can focus on what’s important thanks to whisper quiet operation. You even can scan and archive important documents, quickly produce color copies, and use the image enhancement tools to get perfect photos.

Key Features
mall-in-One — space-saving design; great performance
Epson Connect — get instant wireless printing of photos and attachments from smartphones, iPads, tablets and popular mobile devices1
Easy Epson Wireless — connect to your wireless network in seconds1
Quiet operation — focus on what’s important
Truly touchable photos and documents — instant-dry ink for smudge, fade and water resistant prints; even highlighter friendly
Easy setup and control — smart touch panel gives you everything you need, right at your fingertips
Wireless printing and scanning — share one Small-in-One at home, now with Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ n1
Print photos, PC-free — built-in card slots; smart touch panel and large, 2.5″ color LCD
Replace only the color you need — individual ink cartridges, available in different sizes to suit your needs1
Better images automatically — red-eyeremoval, photo restoration and correction of over / underexposed photos1
Quick, high-quality scanning up to 2400 dpi — scan important papers, recipes, bills, photos and more
Manual two-sided printing4 — a great way to save paper
Product protection you can count on — one-year limited warranty and quick product exchange

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Canon PIXMA MP495 Ink Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One

Built-in Wireless1 printing and scanning, a compact and stylish design with innovative features – meet the PIXMA MP495 Ink Wireless Photo All-In-One. The MP495 brings high quality performance, ease of use and convenience together in one printer. You will also be able to continue your Wi-Fi photo printing with ease from compatible iPhone, iPod touch and Android devices.

For the first time in home photo printing you can print still photographs from your captured HD movies with extraordinary technology called Full HD Movie Print. The all new Full HD Movie Print software turns your favorite HD movie clips captured with your compatible Canon EOS Digital SLR or PowerShot cameras into beautiful prints!3 The MP495 delivers a 4800 x 1200 maximum color dpi4 with Canon’s patented Hybrid Ink System. So, you’ll have a pigment black ink for crisp text and dye ink for beautiful photos up to 8.5″ x 11″ all with outstanding quality. Auto Photo Fix II technology automatically analyzes and applies image correction, red-eye removal and multi-zone exposure correction for beautiful images.

For your scanning needs, Auto Document Fix automatically delivers advanced image analysis and area-by-area data correction for text that’s easy to read, and pictures that maintain color tone and contrast. While Auto Scan Mode5 automatically recognizes the type of original you’re scanning, then scans and saves with the appropriate settings. Do you want to easily print from the web? Canon’s Easy-WebPrint EX6 software lets you clip, collect, and combine multiple web pages into your own layout and even add text.

High Performance Ink Cartridges:
These two genuine Canon ink cartridges contain specially formulated inks for great document and photo quality. One is a Black cartridge for crisp text and one is a multi-color cartridge for beautiful photos. Both are easy to use and replace.

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BlackBerry PlayBook Review

It’s pretty crazy to think that only a little over one year ago Apple introduced the iPad. Previous attempts at best tablet computing by numerous companies had been complete failures. But Apple seemed to “get it” with the iPad and took the consumer electronics industry by storm, almost as they had done with the iPhone in 2007.

Just as Google responded to the iPhone with Android and more recently Honeycomb on the Motorola Xoom to battle the iPad, RIM wants a piece of the exploding tablet market as well. With mind share rapidly declining for their BlackBerry smartphones, RIM needs to reinvent themselves to take on the likes of Apple and Google – not only in the tablet space, but the smartphone space as well.

With the introduction of the PlayBook, RIM is hoping to start their comeback while at the same time introduce consumers to their next-gen smartphone OS – the QNX OS.

The PlayBook is packaged in a really nice box, just as with RIM’s unbranded BlackBerrys. You also get a nice sleeve case for the PlayBook along with a dedicated micro-USB charger (which we really appreciate), and a micro-USB cable.

The front of the PlayBook is very clean, with the BlackBerry logo and name visible. A speaker sits on either side of the display, creating a nice symmetric look to the device. There’s also a small LED (as customary for a BlackBerry) and a front facing camera atop the display. Oddly, the LED only lights up while the PlayBook is first booting – it is not used as a notification light throughout the OS as with BlackBerry smartphones. This is pretty disappointing, and we hope RIM goes back to using the LED notification light properly in a future OS update.

Around back is the rear-facing shooter along with a chrome BlackBerry logo. The back is coated with a soft-touch material, which is really quite nice. Up top there are two holes for mics, the 3.5mm headphone jack, and the only physical buttons to the whole tablet right in the middle. RIM includes dedicated volume up/down buttons, as well as a play/pause button in the middle. These buttons work quite nicely and are easy to toggle while using the PlayBook. We did find ourselves hitting the the buttons at times when picking up the PlayBook, but that wasn’t a big deal.

The fourth and final physical button sits right next to the aforementioned media buttons – the absolutely horrendous power button. Not only is the power button entirely too small to be of any real use, it’s also flush with the device making it extremely hard to use. An entirely too large amount of force is required when trying to active the power button since it’s too small, flush (almost recessed even), and gives hardly any tactile feedback. It would’ve been nice if RIM had included a paperclip in the box for us to push the power button with.

Along the bottom are three ports. One is a dedicated fast-charge port for use with the fast charger or charging dock. Another is a standard micro-USB port for standard charging and syncing with a computer. The third and final is a standard micro-HDMI port for connecting the PlayBook to a TV for movie watching or presentation giving (the PlayBook’s display is mirrored over HDMI by default).

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Lowongan Kerja 2011

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