Sunday, June 15, 2008

Dolphin Automatic Pool Cleaner

A Clear Wonder In Your Pool Recommended for pools up to 40 ft. in length. Cleans the floor and wall. Just plug the cleaner in and put in the pool. Comes complete with a storage caddy.

Product Features:
Scrubs, brushes, vacuums and filters the entire pool - floor and walls.
Large self-contained inner filter bag, collects dirt, debris and even dust particles.
State-of-the-art most advanced self-learning scanning program, optimizing pool coverage.
Cycle time: 2.5 hours Cable length : 65 ft.
Warranty 36 months - spare parts and labor

Dolphin DX 4 Automatic Pool Cleaner

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Blackberry Pearl Hacks

I'm a crazy game fan who can not live without games. So I download all kinds of possible games to my cell phone. Soon it's stuffed with hundreds of games. I am so proud of my achievements that I keep playing these games in my spare time. I also show off my ability to my classmates by switching quickly from one game to another. They all admire at my "strong" ability and smartness. However, I know it doesn't owe to me, but to my secret weapon- MemoryUp.

About one month ago, I was almost driven crazy by my BlackBerry because it kept running down when I was playing games. Till now, I still remember the day when I indulged myself in the games world, my BlackBerry Pearl suddenly became slow like a snail. Whatever I tried, it just ceased to work anymore. Finally, I lost my temper and closed my BlackBerry. Then in the following couple of days, I searched the information through the internet and I knew the reason caused my BlackBerry not to work any more was the memory can not be managed in a good way.

For a BlackBerry, there are dozens of JVM (Java Virtual Machine) based programs running in the front-end or back-end. When you run an application, the operating system will allocate certain space for it in the RAM. What is RAM? That's short for the Random Access Memory, which is used to store the information quickly. Take an example, if you run application A, then the system gives it 20% space in the RAM. And 25% for the application B. Now it only have 55% RAM to run the other applications, which used to take 100% RAM to do. It is natural the system will become quite snow.

Then here comes my savior- MemoryUp (Blackberry RAM & Memory Booster). After I input the keyword "Boost Blackberry RAM" and searched with Google, MemoryUp jumped into my eyes. The introduction on eMobiStudio's website says MemoryUp is a powerful Java virtual machine (JVM) management and RAM boosting application specially designed for high-end smartphones (including Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson etc) and BlackBerry. It is designed for taking control of JVM for each smart phone system, smartly analyze running programs (including hidden programs), automatically allocate and recover occupied RAM, and boost system to its best performance.

Yeah, that's just what I need. In fact, I have not expected too much when I downloaded it from eMobiStudio. But after I installed it onto my BlackBerry, it really worked! My phone returned to normal again! In fact, my BlackBerry runs much faster and more stable than ever. I've never imagine a BlackBerry Pearl can be so fast and stable when running dozens of softwares at the same time.

Blackberry Pearl Themes

HP Compaq Mobile Workstation nw9440

HP Compaq nw9440 Mobile Workstation provides workstation-caliber performance, powerful graphics capabilities, and a 17-inch widescreen display for high-end computing wherever work takes you.
HP Compaq Mobile Workstation nw9440

Sony VAIO VGN-AR390E 17" Laptop

Multimedia studio notebook with 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 processor (4 MB L2 cache) and 17-inch LCD
240 GB hard drive, 1 GB installed RAM (2 GB max), Blu-Ray Disc read/write (as well as DVD and CD), NTSC/ATSC TV tuners
Three USB 2.0, one, FireWire, one HDMI output, S/PDIF audio output, ExpressCard 54 card slot, Memory Stick reader
Tri-mode Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g), 10/100 Ethernet, Nvidia GeForce 7600 video card with up to 399 MB of shared memory
Pre-installed with Windows Vista Home Premium (with Media Center capabilities)
  • There are good features for High definition editting and Blu-Ray disk creation, but my WinDVD BD player has mysteriously stopped playing commercial Blu-Ray disks twice now. Just as mysteriously the functionality returns after days of experimenting with options to find out what's making it fail. I still have no clue as to what the problem is.
Sony VAIO VGN-AR390E 17" Laptop

HP Pavilion DV6225US 15.4

Entertainment-centric notebook PC with 1.6 GHz AMD Turion 64 X2 TL-50 dual-core processor
120 GB hard drive, 1 GB installed RAM (2 GB max), multi-format/dual-layer DVD drive
Connectivity: 3 USB, 1 FireWire, 1 VGA, 1 S-Video, expansion port 3 connector, ExpressCard 54/34, 5-in-1 memory card reader
54g Wi-Fi LAN (802.11b/g), 10/100 Ethernet, Nvidia GeForce Go 6150 video card with up to 288 MB shared memory
Pre-installed with Windows Vista Home Premium (with Media Center capabilities)
HP Pavilion DV6225US 15.4

Sony VAIO VGN-NR160E/T 15.4" Laptop

Ive had many laptops. My favorite was my mac book, to bad for the hard drive randomly dieing. This computer is close to a mac book.

Looks great! Thin and textured. Light weight. Screen is bright and beautiful.

Windows vista is really cool. Ive heard so many bad things about vista, I like it better than Windows XP. After a service pack and a couple of years, vista will be a good operating system. Windows XP was looked down upon from the start.

It kinda gets hot! That worries me. Wouldn't put it on my lap.

Upgraded the memory, it had two 512 memory cards installed, so when you buy a 1 gig card, one 512 goes buy buy.

Keyboard is awesome! Keys are spread out and aren't to close together, wished there was a scroll wheel built in though.