The Top Gadets for Summer and Travel
Which are the best new technology products from GPS to smartphone. iphones to UMPCs? Brian Cooley at CNET was one of our top guests discussing which pieces of technology are going to help our Summers!
Brian is a technology expert and broadcast great reviews on latest gadgets and technology innovations happening in the world. He advices consumers about new and latest products through CNET Radio and CNET TV.
Here are some of the technology blended products, which you can purchase from CNET. You can either have hands on experience to get a feel of it or you could gift it to somebody.
GPS navigation devices are very popular and affordable this year. CNET has reviewed a quite a lot of GPS devices that can be useful for everyone who hates to ask for direction. For the directionally challenged, there is help. No longer do you have to listen to your companion belittle your abilities as a navigator or swallow your pride by admitting that you’re lost. Today’s in-car navigation devices are just the thing to keep you on track during your travels, and they’re ready for prime time. Some GPS devices have Text To Speech (TTS) built-in. Before making a decision check out the latest reviews and ratings of these devices. Some GPS / photo combo devices are starting to hit the market. CNET has prepared a GPS buying guide to discuss technology behind GPS and tell you what to look for when you’re ready to make the purchase.
Today’s smartphones are like Swiss Army knives of productivity: business apps, corporate e-mail, Wi-Fi and other wireless connectivity options, and–yes–entertainment features such as MP3 and video players. Why lug around a laptop when you can put all of its features in your pocket? What’s more, next-gen smartphones are hitting stores by the day. CNET’s smartphone headquarters, the one place to get all the info on all the latest and greatest phones. Stay up to date on all the latest smartphones with CNET full reviews, blogs, news stories, photo galleries, videos, and shopping advice. CNET talks about BlackBerry, iPhone, Treo, Nokia N95, HTC phones, the AT&T Tilt, and everything in between.
Smart phones are growing in popularity. These devices combine the power of a cell phone and a PDA into one unit, letting you make calls, send e-mails, and work on documents without having myriad gadgets. Several cell phones have high resolution cameras now, so you can truly leave your digital camera at home. Take a look at some of the latest and greatest smart phones on the market today and find out how they can help you in your daily life.
Some hi-tech cars now offer satellite TV via Sirius satellite radio / Backseat TV tuner if you’re in the market for a new car. These cars now offers GPS, dashboard videos, Bluetooth, ipod integration are some key features.
A new class of mini laptops, called UMPC’s, are making it a lot easier and cheaper to have a computer on the road. This lightweight and easy to carry ultra mobile PCs are really creating waves and consumers are now thinking of purchasing this low cost PCs. Check out the UMPCs at CNET.
Brian Cooley – A biography
Brian Cooley joined CNET in 1995 to launch CNET Radio. Today as Editor at large, he offer commentary about technology on television and radio from the CNET p.o.v. as well as contributing videos to CNET Car Tech and CNET TV.
His interests are Photography & darkroom, old cars, Ian Fleming’s novels & early 007 films, food & wine, 1970’s quad receivers.
Brain provides expertise and reviews latest devices and gadgets in the area of technology, computers, cars, etc.
He primarily use technology for getting things done. He’s not a sheer hobbyist; there are too many cool old cars, good wines and great meals out there to play with a computer all weekend.
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