Gadgets I brought in 2006

by on December 31, 2006 · 3 comments· LAST UPDATED December 31, 2006

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New year's eve is here and this is my lists of gadgets that rocked my world in 2006 :D

Notebook

I brought two Notebooks.

1. Dell Inspiron 6400 for office use.

2. Sony VAIO VGN-AR28 - It provides me great entertainment with a sleek design.

Mobile/PDA

I brought total 2 devices.

1. The blackberry Pearl for office use - One of the best and lightest smart mobile phone around.

2. Motorola RAZR V3i - It has large color display along with Bluetooth, 1.3MP digital camera and mp3 music playback.

Other

1. Apple iPod 80 GB - One of the best digital cum video player around. I purchased because of 80 GB space to hold all my songs and videos.

2. XBOX 360 - Video game and entertainment system

3. DVD camcorder Canon DC22 - Very good for capturing life's good movements.

My 2007 gadgets list

I am planning to purchase following gadgets in 2007:
=> Dell 24" wide aspect flat panel LCD monitor

=> Nintendo wii game console

=> DIY NAS using freenas.org software and Intel based system for my growing storage needs.

Did you buy any one of these in 2006? Let me know about your other Gadgets...

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1 Joe December 31, 2006 at 6:08 pm

* Used Fujitsu P-2040 subnotebook. Absolute best notebook ever. Rather slow at times, but incredible battery life.

* Blackberry – I don’t know what model. My new job gave it to me. Honestly, I’m not a fan of these things. I’ve already run a red light trying to answer a call. Give me a simple (circa 2002) cell phone any day. However, having Google Maps on it is nice.

* iPod 5th gen 60gb – Upgraded my 3rd gen 15gb

* Nintendo DS Lite w/ EZFlash 4 Lite – Bit expensive for everything, but being able to read e-books comfortably on the train to work is priceless.

In 2007:

* Nintendo Wii
* New desktop & fileserver

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2 nixCraft December 31, 2006 at 7:01 pm

Hello joe,

Thanks for comment. Nintendo Wii is on top list :) I used to think that you have apple hardware.

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3 Joe December 31, 2006 at 9:14 pm

I used to, but my dogs broke my Macbook screen right before I left for Europe and had to buy the Fujitsu. The Macbook is a really nice laptop, but it runs WAY too hot, IMO.

Plus, since I started focusing on learning more about Windows, being in a Server 2003 environment helps a lot.

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