The Motorola Lapdock is intended as a screen and keyboard for a Motorola ATRIX 4G smartphone. Of course you can surf the Internet using your phone, but now you can view it using a much larger screen. The real news is that if you add a female HDMI adapter, you can use it as a DSLR monitor. The screen is 720p and over 11 inches. It’s very thin and lightweight and has an internal rechargeable battery good for up to eight hours, but the price is a spectacular $85!
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Here’s how YouTube Red describes their new offering: Enjoy ad-free and music videos whenever you sign in to YouTube or a YouTube app—on your mobile device, desktop, or enabled TV. Save videos and songs on your mobile device to watch offline. Connect with your favorite gamers without the ads. $9.99/month 1-month free trial. While we […]Read More
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Slow motion makes nearly everything look better. Apple’s new iPhone 5s can do something no other smart phone cannot do – shoot 120 fps. The Canon 7D, the Panasonic GH3 and G5, Sony NEX 5, 6, 7, as well as my own Sony Ea50 all shoot 50p/60p. Straight out of the camera it looks pretty […]Read More