TV BUYING GUIDE:

Confused in buying a new tv dont worry we have a solution for this. what ever the brand may be the consumer must focus on   5 important things. Depending upon the need and usage the consumer must decide....





 Display type: - OLED vs LED vs LCD vs Plasma
This is one of the biggest dilemma for all buyers, whether they should stick to the ageing Plasma TVs, go for the currently popular LED and LCD televisions or invest in OLED TVs, the technology of the future.

For starters, Plasma TVs will save you a lot of money but don't think about the initial cost only, since this type of television draws much more power than any of its competitors. Moreover, since it is an outgoing display technology, manufacturers will stop customer support in a few years, leaving you stranded if you need a component replaced. Nevertheless, Plasma TVs offer superior contrast and dark blacks, along with excellent viewing angles.

LCD TVs use CCLFs (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps) and are the next in line in terms of power consumption; however, these score poorly when it comes to viewing angles. Though cheaper than LED televisions, they cost a bit more than generation-old Plasma TVs and can be quite expensive when it comes to large screen sizes.

LED TVs, the most popular today, are basically LCD televisions with LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) instead of CCFLs. Currently the best in the crop of displays in terms of power consumption, these offer better blacks than LCD televisions and are comparatively thinner as well. This type of TV also responds well to colour variations and acute viewing angles, giving the best user experience.

OLED is the display technology of the future, with the thinnest screen, amazing colour rendition, lower power consumption and better viewing angles than existing display types. However, TVs with OLED displays are extremely costly and suffer from poor lifespan.

Panel type: - VA vs IPS
LED and LCD and televisions available today come with either IPS or VA panels. Since both types of TVs have LCD displays (LED televisions are LCD televisions with LED bulbs instead of CCFLs), both have liquid crystals. The different between IPS and VA panels lies between the alignment of the liquid crystals -- horizontal in IPS and vertical in VA panel.

The advantage that IPS has over VA is that there is no distortion or damage to the screen even if it is hit quite hard. Apart from that, it also offers great viewing angles and maintains consistency of colours. Therefore, if you are worried about your kids damaging the brand new television, then go for IPS panels, otherwise VA panels will be suitable. LG and Philips use IPS panels, while others like Sony and Samsung have VA displays.

Pixelation is the same with both the panels and you should be seated at least eight to 10 feet away from the TV for best picture quality.

Brightness:
Brighter display does not always make a better TV. If you go for a TV that offers high brightness, the dark colours - like grey and black - will appear dull. Brightness level in LED TVs is the best since the blacks appear dark as well, while Plasma and LCD televisions follow it from afar.

Power consumption
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LED TVs are the best choice if you are concerned about the amount of power consumed by your new television. This is because of the LED bulbs used in the display, which consume 20-30% less power than CCFL's of LCD TVs. Last in the race come Plasma televisions, which will add a hefty amount to your power bill as compared to LCD as well as LED TVs.

Refresh rates:
Refresh rate in a television refers to the speed at which the display changes images. Ever encountered the problem of motion blur on the TV? This is because of poor refresh rate. Higher refresh rate in a television translates to a clearer picture quality and reduce this motion blur or ghosting. Moreover, when it comes to gaming, the refresh rates matter a lot.

If you want to connect your Xbox, Play Station or Wii to your TV, then Plasma televisions are the best option, since the refresh rate can reach up to 600Hz. On the other hand, LCD TVs deliver the worst results when the subject is of refresh rates and motion blur is a common complaint. A LED television can be a decent choice since it can handle high refresh rates in videos and games and render a quality image.
source -TOI

Combining many vcards into a single vcard

Contacts which are basically very important to our life and finally here is a easy way to combine many contacts into a single vcard file
  basically the backup of our phone with contacts or to copy  our contact from one device to another device we  use “Vcard” feature so that we can have backup of our contacts as (.vcf files)  .If we want to import over 500 contacts from a mobile or from outlook into gmail Contacts, we need to combine .vcf files into single vcf files.Now a days almost  all mobiles are developed with vcard as default  feature.

If you want to import  contact(500) into my Gmail account but.there multi-select feature is not available in  import section. you can sort the contacts and combine them in to a single file and then we can import into gmail account  
Steps to combine many contacts to a single file (Single .vcf file)
Step 1: First Copy all your vcf files into one Folder in a directory.

Step 2: Open Windows command prompt or  then type “CMD” DDn run  to open command prompt and move to the destination folder where all your contact files are stored (cmd command: CD YOUR PATH ).
Ex: you have copied your vcf files in folder named “contacts” then in command prompt type in “D” drive

                                e:
                                cd contatcs
                               

Step 3: Enter the following DOS command: copy *.vcf all.vcf

Step 4: Now you will get all your .vcf files merged into single .vcf file, Import the single .vcf file. This single vCard file will also work on your Google account


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4K Resolution TV:


10169443034K Resolution TVs Will Be Called ''Ultra HD''


     Your 1080p HD TV is being phased out.

ZoomThe Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced the next TV resolution: Ultra HD, which previously was also known under monikers such as QuadHD, can be used for TVs that deliver at least 8 million active pixels via a resolution of at least 3,840 horizontally and at least 2,160 vertically. UltraHD displays will also have to provide an aspect ratio with width to height of "at least" 16 X 9, the CEA said.

"Ultra HD is the next natural step forward in display technologies, offering consumers an incredibly immersive viewing experience with outstanding new levels of picture quality," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. "This new terminology and the recommended attributes will help consumers navigate the marketplace to find the TV that best meets their needs." The UltraHD label is the result of a recommendation of the "4K" Working Group that was formed by the CEA earlier this year.

There was no information on the rollout of commercial devices and how those UltraHD TV sets will be offered. Let's hope that it will be less confusing than the rollout of HD, which introduced terms such as HD ready and HD capable, full HD, 1080p, 1080i, 768p and 720p, which had substantial differences and puzzled consumers and retail staff alike.

If you can't wait, 4K displays are already on sale and can be yours from about $25,000.

NEW SAMSUNG S3mini:

NEW SAMSUNG S3-...:) is Coming soon.....

Samsung today confirmed that they will be revealing a 4-inch version of their

flagship Samsung Galaxy S III later this week. While the phone doesn’t yet have a

name, Samsung mobile chief JK Shin said that increased interest in Europe for a 4

-inch smartphone is what led to the company deciding to release a smaller

version of the S III.

While no other formal details were given, full specifications and images of the

phone have already leaked online, with website MobileGeeks being the first to

post both the phone’s specs and images.
Display: 4.0 inch Super AMOLED display with 800 × 480 pixels, 16.67 million colors, capacitive touchscreen, multi-touch.
CPU: STE U8420 dual-core 1.0 gigahertz.
Wireless standards: HSPA 14.4/5.76 900/1900/2100, EDGE / GPRS 850/900/1800/1900.
Camera: 5 megapixel with auto focus and LED Flash, Resolution 2592 x 1944 pixels / VGA front.
RAM: 1 GB.
Flash memory: 16 GB with MicroSD card slot (expandable to max 32 GB).
Operating System: Google Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean.”
Connections: MicroUSB port, 3.5mm Kopfhörer-/Headset-Anschluss.
Wireless: Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi a / b / g / n 2.4/5 GHz, DLNA, NFC (UICC , optional).
Battery: 1500 mAh.
Dimensions: 121.55 x 62.95 x 9.85 mm.
Housing Material: Plastic.

No word yet on pricing and availability, but this should be released soon after Samsung makes the official reveal.