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Oct 20, 2010 - Scribblings    No Comments

My First Phone got 620 hours Battery Backup!

620 hours is 25 days of standby time. I got this phone recommended from a friend, Roni, who said that his battery lasts for a  week even with heavy phone calls.

I have had my own number for the last 4 years. I started with a Nokia 3310, then I got my dad’s Nokia 7610 and when it broke down, I went back to the old Nokia 3310 but this time with a fresh look. All those mobiles were bought for someone else, not for me.

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Jul 14, 2010 - Obsessions    28 Comments

Internet On the Move with BSNL 3G and Option GTM 378

Some time back, I read on @TheAnand’s blog about a HSPDA WANN Card. Once during a hangout I got to use the same on his laptop. Man! 3G is fast.

Following his steps, I ordered a similar card on ebay and finally got it working this week. Here is what you need to get and what you need to do to stay connected on the move using BSNL 3G.

Unlike the USB broadband connections, this card is placed inside the laptop, so the whole thing is an integrated unit, nothing to carry around and absolutely nothing protruding. It looks as if the laptop is born with internet 😉

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Jul 8, 2010 - Obsessions    15 Comments

Unboxing DSLR Canon EOS 550D, 18-55 IS Kit

Ok, so as I said in the Canon Photography Workshop notes, I bought my Dad bought me my first DSLR camera last week (July 1st), Canon EOS 550D or Rebel T2i as it is known in the US or Kiss X4 Digital as it is known in Japan.

As usual, and for one last time (yay), I had to borrow my mom’s awesome mobile camera, Sony Ericsson K 810i for the photo shoot. (I have skipped some stuffs like warranty card, leaflets etc. to keep the number of images down).

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Jun 19, 2010 - Scribblings    29 Comments

Bought a Seagate FreeAgent External 1TB Hard Disk Drive

When I got paid for my first freelance job online, I had decided to buy a Hard Disk. It was in the March of 2009. My Home PC had a 40GB Hard Disk then. 40GB would get filled up like this, but it was pretty much OK then.

Well, a external storage stayed on my wish-list for a while and then when I bought a Dell Studio Laptop with a whooping 320 GB HDD, I was pretty much satisfied.

I was wrong.

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