Review - Wii U

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Review : Wii U

With its nifty features, improved graphics, smooth design and controls, the Wii U is

easy to use for all andquite versatile.  Its advanced connectionto the internet for digital

downloads and online playing gives gamers directaccess to a wider selection of

games at the tip of their fingers rather than having to stop at a nearby store.

It’s not in direct competition withthe P2P or Xbox 360, but users will receive value for

their money.  Allowing you to take your game from a controller and screen in the living

room to a handheld that can be used anywhere with internet access is pretty genius

and the lack of not needing a television to continue gaming is a huge bonus.

***Editor’s Rating: 8/10



Tech Profile - Wii U

Posted by [email protected] on November 29, 2012 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (0)

1.   Prices & Marketing

 Nintendo Wii U scheduled to be released:

 Nov. 18th, 2012 – North America

 Nov. 30th, 2012 – Europe &Australia

 Dec. 8th, 2012 – Japan


2.   Price: Two bundles – Basic - $299.99 and Deluxe - $349.99 in North America with asurplus

of $50 in other regions.


3.   Predecessor - Second controller to be released by the Gamingcompany Nintendo since the

Nintendo DS (DS is short for Dual Screen) inNovember 21, 2004.  It is the first ofits video game

consoles to support high definition graphics.



Video:  Wii U is compatible with Full HD 1080p (high definitiongraphics). Compatible cables include HDMI, component, S-video and composite.

Storage: Theconsole will have internal flash memory, as well as the option to expand itsmemory using either an SD memory card or an external USB hard disk drive.

Touch screen controller:  features an innovative form of touch screen measuring 6.2 inch. Thiscontroller has dual analog sticks, D Pad, front camera, microphone,acelerometer, gyroscope, and the start / select / home. Touch controller must be connected to the WII U console to function

Add-ons: comes with controllers andalso the Wii Remote and Wii Remote Plus.

OnlineConnectivity: connects directly to Nintendonetwork and allows online multiplayer , wireless connection and digitaldownloads

Other: Four USB2.0 connector slots are included.



Multi-player function:

Why not throw a gaming party? The screen on Wii U controller can be used toplay and control the

game. If you have two television screens in use by otherpersons in the home, gamers can still

play. The same is true if you want toplay in rooms where not televisions are available.

Interesting Feature!

Wii U can perform video calling!

Wii U can make video calls via touch screen controller is equipped with acamera. Users can also

share content from controller to the television screen.


Games for every type of enthusiast:


  • SuperSmash Brothers
  • Battlefield 3
  • Batman: Arkham City
  • Assassin’s Creed
  • Dirt
  • Tekken
  • Ninja Gaiden 3
  • FIFA 12
  • Madden 12
  • Lego City Stories


Size Does Matter

Posted by [email protected] on September 1, 2011 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Boasting the biggest screen on the market, the Samsung Galaxy Note, the latest smartphone release, has a 5.3" super HD display. 

Old School - PalmPilot, first featured in March 1996

Reminiscent of the PalmPilot or Nintendo Ds (for all you handheld game lovers!), it comes equipped with a nifty stylus, coined as the 'S Pen'. Undoubetedly, its other features are more tech savvy with a front and rear camera and Android Gingerbread 2.3 operating system.

The Note is only the most recent of the gadget line up being presented by Samsung.  It's newly announced Galaxy Tab 7.7 is being widely known and prmoted as the world's first mobile tablet featuring Super AMOLED Plus display.

For those who aren't familiar, Samsung offers a short video on it's features and uses, which can be found here.

Share your views: Are you keen on the Super Amoled Display?  Do you beileve either of these tablets will be better than the iPhone4?

The Wonderful world of Tablets!!

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The iPad 2 is the latest of several tablets ( phone & computer combo) that are invading the tech marker. Consumers are anxious to get their hands on the most mobile, sleek, lightweight and practical device designed to suit their needs.  Whether they're a professional always on the go, a college freshman or a busy mom who’s the camp leader, PTA coordinator AND the official cook of the house: there’s a tablet for you!! 

Such big companies as Amazon and Google are also joining the list of tablet developers, giving consumers many choices although some are more beneficial than others. The latest buzz is the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 which  has a 3MP rear camera which is 3 times higher than the iPad 2 camera and a front-facing 2MP camera, this tablet continues to impress.

Check out the latest review and let us know if you are anxious for Samsung’s latest venture.



And then there were V!

Posted by [email protected] on July 5, 2011 at 6:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Thank you for checking out our 1st blog post!! Those who you have visited are now part of our history.  I know you all are wondering about the title, well, the post is about the highly anticipated iPhone 5: will it sink or swim?

Well, the hottest summer commodity has been the handy and technologically advanced iPhone, who recently markd its 4th anniversary since its debut on June 29, 2007.  Although persons have long followed the rumours, both on and offline, of the iPhone 5's 2011 debut; no exact date has been determined.  To further fuel the anticipation of the tech savvy and enthusiasts everywhere, upgrades including integrated graphics, a faster multi-core processor, LTG speeds and a new antenna have also been speculated.  A possible October/November release is supported by a report of a 15 milion iPhone 5 shipment, according to Taiwan based newspaper  

With an estimated 1.5million sold on the iPhone 4's first day, it would be interesting to see how its successor will sustain when the official launch date is released.

With the fifth version not expected to be a major improvement from its predecessor, will this be on your Christmas wish list this year?