Archive for the ‘Gizmos and gadgets’ Category

Another PowerPoint Remote released for iPad!

August 3, 2010

Check out iClickr’s PowerPoint Remote Control app: for more details


Pico Pocket Projectors are empowering PowerPoint

July 30, 2010

Although projectors have been on the market for decades, the development of the Pico Pocket Projector is relatively new and these upgraded, smaller projectors are streaming into the technology market. The pocket projectors incorporate DLP (Digital Light Processing) which is used to create bright, powerful images onto a screen and they are brilliant for aiding PowerPoint presentations, enabling larger audiences to view presentations clearly and without any obstructions.

Pocket projectors are ideal for business and corporate PowerPoint presentations as they use a great deal less power than full-sized projectors, are light in weight and emit low levels of noise. The pocket projectors portability is perhaps its best selling point for businesses, as they can be easily transported and are perfect for presenting PowerPoint presentations all around the world.

The aaxa P2 Pico pocket projector is one of the brightest projectors on the market, producing the images from its 33 Lumen LED. Recommended for being a five-start projector by Projector Central, the aaxa P2 is guaranteed to stimulate an audience during a PowerPoint presentation. aaxa’s latest projector has a lot to offer for its pint-sized 260g weight, with its ability to project an image up to 80 inches in size.

3M have released the MPro 150 Pico pocket projector which has proved popular for its interchangeable Micro SD card. The card enables users to download PowerPoint presentations from a PC, as well as an iPod or a mobile phone. The MPro 150 has 1GB internal memory and includes an extra 2GB external memory card.

The Optoma PK 102 pocket projector is top of the range with its combination of features usually confined to larger projectors. The PK 102 is capable of displaying images on a screen up to sixty inches in size within a matter of seconds and can transfer a range of media to display such as photos and movies, as well as PowerPoint presentations. It weighs in at a dainty 100g and can connect to PCs, laptops, mobiles phones, MP3 and MP4 players, digital cameras and even gaming devices.

Article 10 think the latest Pico Pocket Projectors are nifty business tools which can really boost PowerPoint presentations by maintaining an audience’s attention through the use of striking and distinct image projection, perfect in a business situation. Pico pocket projectors also have the added bonus of creating a cinema-style experience when watching a movie in the comfort of your home.

Panasonic launch the first 3D camcorder for consumers

July 29, 2010

Panasonic have released the first 3D camcorder for the mass-market and will be available to buy  from September this year. The HDC-SDT750 is a compact camcorder that captures 2D stills and video footage with a nifty 3D conversion lens. The camcorder consists of two lenses which amalgamate both of the images to create a 3D effect.

Although the HDC-SDT750 is missing a zoom function and is limited to capturing footage that is between one and three metres distance away, Panasonic claim that their camcorder will revolutionise the way we capture the key moments in our lives. Reviewers who attended the pre-launch have praised Panasonic for the camcorder’s sharp 3D effects and its ability to easily switch from 2D to 3D.

The HDC-SDT750’s adaptability will allow users to record their footage and images onto a memory card which can then be inserted into compatible television sets. Currently, footage can only be viewed on a 3D TV which makes it a pricey, yet worthwhile, investment. Panasonic have included editing software in all HDC-SDT750 packages, which gives users the option to amend their captured moments for the best viewing experience.

Article 10 are excited by the arrival of Panasonic’s 3D camcorder and think it’s a great leap forward for gizmos and gadgets in the ever expanding world of technology!

Offisync reaches Top 10 Google Apps

July 29, 2010

Voted one of the top 10 Google Apps on, Offisync promises to improve how we create, collaborate and share documents within a working environment by integrating Microsoft Office with Google Docs. It is free to download and users can upgrade to the Premium version.

Offisync adds a toolbar onto Microsoft Office which then extends the functions of PowerPoint, Word and Excel and also allows users to easily import content to the web. Colleagues can collaborate their documents in real-time which enables them to edit their work collectively and share finalised documents with one another.

The Google Application provides users with an online step by step guide, explained under the headings ‘Create’, ‘Collaborate’ and ‘Share’. It is ideal for in-house use and can also act as a key communication tool between businesses and clients.

LogicInMind release Slideshow Remote Control for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch

July 27, 2010


Having to dart back and forth to switch between slides during a PowerPoint presentation can be distracting for audiences and presenters alike.

LogicInMind’s release of their Slideshow Remote Control for PowerPoint presentations will produce quicker and easier slide transitions at the touch of a button. The application is easy to use and is bursting with new features which enable users to be in control of all aspects of their PowerPoint presentation.

It has received praise for being the most advanced slideshow remote control to date, allowing the presenter to see which slide is on display and also shows the upcoming slide, preparing the user for what is coming next. LogicInMind’s Slideshow Remote Control also offers unique features, rich reader’s notes, advanced commands and easy connectivity.

This is a positive step towards getting PowerPoint presentations up to scratch and will boost the presenters’ confidence, particularly in a business environment. The Slideshow Remote Control Application is priced at $3.99 in the U.S (priced accordingly in the U.K and elsewhere) and has received excellent feedback so far. It is compatible with the iPhone, the iPad and iPod Touchscreen. See for more information.