The Xda Orbit 2 is a handset with all the best functions of a laptop, camera, portable sat-nav and, of course, phone. It’s a great all-rounder that helps you move seamlessly from office to home, and looks good in between.
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Here are just a few of the features packed into this Xda
- TouchFLO ™ interface The TouchFLO ™ interface allows the Xda Orbit 2 to distinguish between a stylus and a finger, and respond differently. With a stroke, the 3D on-screen display spins from photos to contacts, from messages to applications. Continue reading
The all-new Fujitsu LifeBook U810 has the functionality of a traditional notebook, but only half the size. With a 5.6″ WSVGA Crystal View display and weighing a mere 1.56 lbs, it is one of the world’s smallest convertible notebooks, yet it is rich with features that let you work, access e-mail, watch video, listen to MP3s, browse the Internet, take pictures, or stay connected with friends and family. With the new optional integrated Broadband Connect3, it revolutionizes the way you work, play, and entertain anytime, anywhere. Welcome to the 21st century lifestyle with the ultra mobile LifeBook U810.
No compromise on style and no mediocrity on performance. Every detail, regardless of size, is borne out of this spirit
Enjoy revolutionary entertainment on the go – Enjoy revolutionary entertainment on the go – ASUS-LAMBORGHINI VX3 with Intel® Core™2 Duo processor in ASUS-LAMBORGHINI VX3 enables breakthrough mobile performance, new high-definition capabilities and improved battery life.
For most, it’s enough to live in luxury. But for the Lamborghini VX3 owner, luxury is nothing if it isn’t driven by passion – farther, faster and fiercer than anything else, in the very finest fashion. No compromise on style and no mediocrity on performance. Every detail, regardless of size, is borne out of this spirit – built to be beautiful, for the beautiful. Crafted of undeniably exquisite materials like sapphire crystal, titanium alloy and genuine leather; the VX3 is truly a living, breathing machine impassioned by the Lamborghini’s soul of fearsome power and luxury.
Having been long recognized for its uncompromising quality, ASUS fervently pursues the same high standards of design excellence as Lamborghini. Both corporations joining their exceptional qualities in a
The new Super V Sub-Machine Gun unleashes a torrent of .45-caliber ammo with stunning accuracy. The KRISS system overcomes the shock-creating effects of the recoil gas by re-directing the gas’s energy down and away from the traditional “straightline” design that creates so much felt-recoil and muzzle climb.
The KRISS System, in addition to “re-vectoring” the forces of the recoil, also reduces muzzle climb by activating a counter-balancing mass that further absorbs shock and re-directs forces that would otherwise create muzzle climb, thus compounding the operator’s ability to consistently put rounds on-target whether through single-fire, multi-round burst or full automatic firing. Due to the fewer and lighter weight components, the KRISS is able to fire at extremely high rates of fire (1100-1500 should the application so warrant), however, the ROF can be easily adjusted to more common rates (650-700) through minor adjustments to the mechanism.
The REC7 (formerly known as the M468) is the designation for an upgrade to the M16/M4. The REC7 is manufactured by Barrett Firearms Company, who are probably best known for producing the M82 .50 caliber sniper rifle.
Unlike possible replacements for the M16/M4 such as the now canceled XM8, the REC7 is not an entirely new rifle, instead it is only made up of an upper receiver (made by Barrett) that is attached to M16/M4 service rifle lower receivers and is compatible to many accessories intended for the M16/M4 family. It can also be mated to M16/M4 lower receivers currently in the possession of the US military. The rifle uses a short stroke piston mechanism, unlike the M16 or M4 which use direct impingement.
In addition, the REC7 uses the new 6.8 mm Remington SPC (6.8 x 43) rounds that are very similar in size to the 5.56 mm rounds used by the United States Military today. According to Barrett, the new 6.8 mm round is supposed to have 50% more stopping power than the 5.56 round and a longer effective range. The round has a slightly lower velocity than the 5.56 round, but Barrett claims it has 1.5 times the kinetic energy as the 5.56 mm round. The company claims that it is effective at six hundred meters and has a muzzle velocity of 2650 feet per