Review: Joby Gorillapod

Joby Gorillapod with video camcorderThis review is brought to you by mydigitalphotos.dk.

If you like taking pictures and still doesn’t own a tripod of some sort, you better listen up, and listen carefully, cause you are missing out on a whole dimension within digital photography. A tripod allows you, for instance, to take shake-free pictures, even in low light, day and night.

Meet Joby, makers of Gorillapod. A name so attracting that you must be craving for more details.

Gorillapod differs from the ordinary tripod by being extremely flexible. It consists of more than 30 joints, each one will bend in any direction.

The series of Gorillapod is currently made up of five different models with the main difference being the amount of weight they will hold up:

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Sony Ericsson W715 – Review And Unboxing Video

Sony-Ericsson-W715-earplugsWalkman. Not that 30 year old Walkman from Sony, but the popular Walkman series from Sony Ericsson. The W715 is part of this Walkman series – this W715 is not a brand new model, so it’s currently in a good price range, making it a very attractive Walkman phone.

Let’s check it out. The package is quite small and simple. Contains the phone itself, Memorycard/USB adapter, Headset with multiple ear plugs, charger and some information/manuals and a CD with software.

Sony Ericsson W715 is a 3G phone that supports GSM 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 – so it’s a quad band phone. Besides that it also has Wi-Fi (and DLNA), EDGE, Bluetooth and the typical connections. It’s 95mm high, 47.5mm wide and 14.3mm thick and weighs in at 98 grams. The camera is almost not worth mentioning, a measly 3.2 megapixel without autofocus. What a shame. At least they could have included autofocus.

W715 comes with an 8GB M2 memory card – nice!

Quality wise, the W715 seems pretty well built. I remember my old W580 (Walkman edition of the S500), the slider wasn’t anything as good as this. The W715 front is metal and the back is some kind of plastic/rubber that feels very nice and doesn’t make the phone slippery.

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Read It Later: Useful Firefox Add-on & iPhone App

Are you also that kinda web surfer who tends to open up a bunch of tabs with interesting stuff you want to read or study later on and eventually wind up having those tabs in your Firefox browser for weeks, without reading them? Believe me, it’s possible – some of my 15-20 always-open tabs in Firefox is more than 6 months old, simply because I wanted to read them but never got around to it.

Until now.

Thanks to Read It Later I now have 2 amazing features in just one product, one being the free Firefox add-on and one being a paid iPhone app (there’s a free version also, with less features).

Let’s cut to the chase.

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