Saturday, December 19, 2015

Computer Monitor Generations - Comparison of CRT, LCD and Plasma

Computer Monitor Generations - Comparison of CRT, LCD and Plasma

Monitor :

What is a monitor? May be the most awkward question you heard all in your life. A computer or a smartphone always comes with a display that shows the activity and all that we do with our gadgets, that's the monitor. We use this everyday in our life and in this era of technologies they have become part of our life too. But may be most of us don't know about the display generations. There are quite some much variations in the market but the main three generations are CRT, LCD and Plasma displays.

CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) Display:
Computer Monitor Generations - Comparison of CRT, LCD and Plasma

In the early of 20th century this display comes in market. A Russian scientist named Boris Rosing was first to find out that the rays of a cathode tube can be used as a display and he also showed some geometric data in a prototype display. In this type of display the contrast ratio is about over 15,000:1 and its response time is less than 1 microsec. CRT displays can run at a frame rate of 60-65 to as much as 200 fps. CRT monitors are sensitive to ambient magnetic field and can affect colour purity. The maximum size of this type of display can be upto 43". CRT's have high energy consumption and they are hazardous to repair. Let's see some pros and cons-


  • High contrast ratio
  • No input lag
  • Excellent viewing angle
  • can be used in extreme environmental conditions


  • Large size and weight
  • High power consumption
  • Produce lot of heat
  • Image edges are diffused

LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) :

Computer Monitor Generations - Comparison of CRT, LCD and Plasma
In 1936 the Marconi Wireless telegraph company patented the first practical use of basic LCD display named Liquid Crystal Light Valve. then thereafter many times around in 1990 and afterward this display comes in the market, shortly after in 92 with a huge improvement of IPS technology. The energy consumption of LCD displays are quite low. LCD are broadly used in calculators and machinery displays. Its another variation is Active-matrix OLED named AMOLED, that claims the power consumption is 50% less than IPS-LCD dispaly. Let's see some pros and cons


  • Very compact and light
  • Low power consumption
  • No geometric distortion
  • Razor sharp image


  • Viewing angle is poor
  • Screen flickers
  • Only one native resolution
  • Low refresh rate

Plasma Displays :
Computer Monitor Generations - Comparison of CRT, LCD and Plasma

Plasma displays use small cells to produce colour and they contain electrically charged ionized gases. Plasma displays are bright at a lux level of 1,000 or higher, have a wide colour gamut and can be produced in a fairly large size. Plasma screens are made out of glass and may produce some glare. Currently plasma panels are made not below a size of 32 inch. They can run 60fps typically and some can do 120 fps. Power consumption is higher than LCD but lower than CRT. Plasma display emits strong radio-frequency electromagnetic radiation. Let's see some pros and cons-


  • Produce deeper black
  • Less visible motion blur
  • Superior uniformity
  • Less expensive than per square inch LCD


  • Uses more electrical power
  • Heavier than LCD
  • Have shimmering effect
  • Doesn't work well in high altitude

Sunday, December 13, 2015

ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi full specification, expert review, price

ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi


It has taken a longtime, but the ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi is finally here. We saw this hybrid 2-in-1 notebook first in June at Computex last year and were astounded by its amazingly thin design. To be exact, the tablet display measures just 7.6mm thick and weighs only slightly above 700g, which means it’s not much thicker than an iPhone. Its light weight does not mean ASUS has scrimped on specifications. In fact, the display measures 12.5-inch diagonally and outputs a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, giving it a pixel density count of just under 235 pixels per inch, which is comparable to the Retina displays found on Apple’s MacBook Pro notebooks. The display is crisp and sharp and viewing angles are great. Our only complaint is that the screen seems a little dark even at maximum brightness settings. 

ASUS Transformer Book T300 ChiASUS has placed an increased emphasis on design in recent years and the Transformer Book T300 Chi features an all aluminum construction that feels strong despite its thinness, and does not exhibit any signs of flexing. The edges are chamfered using a diamond-cutting polish and gleam brightly when it catches light at the right angles. Because the Transformer Book T300 Chi is so thin, ASUS could not afford to outfit it with standard fullsize USB and HDMI ports. Instead, the device has a more compact micro-USB port and micro-HDMI port. Fortunately, ASUS provides a micro-USB to USB adapter, so you can still use your USB devices easily. 

ASUS Transformer Book T300 ChiThe Transformer Book T300 Chi also comes with a detachable keyboard dock, which attaches to the tablet display via a magnetic hinge. At this point it’s worth noting that the keyboard dock does add sizable heft to theTransformer Book T300 Chi. Thickness goes up to 16.5mm, while weight doubles to around 1.43kg. But on the plus side, the keyboard is excellent to type on and the trackpad, though a tad narrow, is responsive and accurate. The ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi is so thin mainly because it is powered by one of Intel’s new Core M processors. They are designed specifically for use in ultrathin notebooks and hybrid devices and has a TDP of just 4.5W so requires no active cooling. What powers the Transformer Book T300 Chi is the top-of-the-line Core M-5Y71, a dual corepart that has a base clock of 1.2GHz and a maximum turbo clock speed of 2.9GHz, along with a 4M L3 cache. The Core M-5Y71 also features Intel’s new integrated Intel HD Graphics 5300 GPU, which features 24 execution units and runs at a maximum clock speed of 900MHz. Finally, because the processor is so power efficient, the Transformer Book T300 Chi, despite its compact dimensions and tiny 32Whr battery, has a tested battery life of about eight hours.

ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi
Now, the concept of hybrid devices is not new, but few can properly execute it. To date, amongst the many hybrid devices we have reviewed, the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro 3 are the ones that best embody this idea, combining the best aspects of a tablet and an ultraportable notebook. The ASUS Transformer BookT300 Chi can now count itself in this list. Despite its thinness and lightness, it felt sturdy, strong and did not exhibit any noticeable signs of flexing. And because it is so thin and light, the Transformer Book T300 Chi was able to fulfill its role as a tablet well. It did not feel unwieldy to handle at all, even if its 12.5-inch display is large by tablet standards. Tablet mode aside, the ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi also worked well as notebook, thanks mostly to the incredibly well-made keyboard dock. Unfortunately, performance is not one of the Intel Core M’s strong suits. In our tests, we found that it would trail an Intel Core i5 system by around 15% to 30%. It’s by no means underpowered for its category and not a fault of ASUS, but anyone looking at one of these super-sleek new Core M machines will have to get used to lower performance than a Core i5. All things considered, the ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi is one of the best implementations we have seen yet of Intel’s new lowpower Core M processors. And at $1,498, it’s decently priced for its design, build quality, features and performance. by Kenny Yeo.

This is the best implementation of Intel’s new Core M processor we have seen yet.


ASUS Transformer Book T300 ChiProcessor              Intel Core M-5Y71
                             (1.2GHz, 4MB L3 cache)
Memory                8GB LPDDR3 RAM
Graphics               Intel HD Graphics 5300
Storage                 128GB SSD

Price                     $1,498

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

ASUS ZenFone 2 Full phone specification, price, review and more


ASUS ZenFone 2 Full phone specification, price, review and more Introduction

Last year, ASUS launched the ZenFone 4, ZenFone 5, and ZenFone 6. This year, we have the ZenFone 2. If that sounds like a step backwards, allow us to explain. Last year’s ZenFone came in three screen sizes: 4-inch, 5-inch, and 6-inch (thus, 4, 5, 6). This year’s ZenFone ditches the screen size naming and is so called because it’s the true secondgeneration ZenFone. Glad to have cleared that up? There’s just a few more things to take note before we actually get into the review.


The ZenFone 2 is actually available in two different screen sizes: 5-inch and 5.5-inch. The 5.5-inch model is available in either Full HD or 720p options. And the Full HD version comes in either 2GB RAM or 4GB RAM with a faster processor. And the 4GB RAM model can be had in 32GB or 64GB storage. All these variants fall collectively under the same ZenFone 2 umbrella, so you will have to look at the individual product codes to identify which is which. Clearly, there will be price and performance differences depending on the model you purchase, but for this review, we’ll look at the top-tier variant: the 32GB Full HD 5.5-inch ZenFone 2 with 4GB RAM (ZE551ML).


Design-wise, the ZenFone 2 looks much the same as its predecessor. The rear of the phone is ergonomically curved (it’s actually slightly more curved than last year’s ZenFone) and fits comfortably into the palm of your hand, letting you keep a firm grip. While the phone is a bit heavier and thicker than many flagship phones these days, it’s still relatively compact and light for a mid-range handset. While the phone is still entirely plastic, ASUS has introduced a brushed metallic finish to the phone’s removable back cover, which looks fairly convincing (at least at arm’s length).

What's Inside

Removing the back cover reveals two micro-SIM slots and one microSD card slot. The ZenFone 2 supports Cat4 LTE, which provides data transfer rates up till 150Mbps. However, unlike its predecessor, only one SIM card slot supports data transmission - the other slot is for calls only.

The most noticeable design change for the ZenFone 2 is that the volume rocker has been moved to the rear of the device, similar to LG’s flagship phones. On LG’s phones, the power button is wedged in between the volume buttons, whereas on the ZenFone 2, the power button can be found on top. The problem with this placement is that it makes the power button quite difficult to reach while using
the phone one-handed.

Hands on Review

ASUS ZenFone 2 Full phone specification, price, review and more
Our review ZenFone 2 uses a 5.5-inch Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 pixels (403ppi) resolution IPS LCD display. Clarity is top notch and color reproduction was accurate, although contrast could probably be a bit better.


On the rear of the phone, you’ll find a 13-megapixel, f/2.0 camera module with dual-color LED flash and updated PixelMaster technology. Image quality is generally good and it takes decent low-light shots. While comparable to other highend flagship smartphones, you’ll notice the lack of optical image stabilization.

Operating system

The ZenFone 2 runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop and the latest version of ZenUI form ASUS. One of the more notable new features in ZenUI is ZenMotion, which lets you use gestures to quickly launch apps while the display is asleep. For example, draw a C to launch the camera, a W to launch the internet browser, an S to launch SMS messages, or an E to launch e-mail. ZenMotion also lets you flip the phone face down to mute an incoming call or any music playing.


The top-end model, ZE551ML, is powered by a quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 2.3GHz processor. Benchmark performance was quite good, surpassing last year’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, but falling short of this year’s Snapdragon 810. Unfortunately, battery life fared a little on the low side, lasting just over seven hours in our video looping benchmark.


The price of the ZenFone 2 can range from $249 for the lowest end model to $429 for the top-tier variant that’s reviewed here.

Reason for buying ASUS Zenfone 2

Considering its near flagship-level benchmark performance, Full HD 5.5-inch display, reasonably good camera and comfortable ergonomics, it’s still a great proposition. Sure, we’re being spoilt by all the metal phones the big boys are releasing, but at this price point? We’re not complaining and neither should you. Thank you.
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Monday, July 13, 2015

Use of Biometrics in Apple Smartphone


Remember when all you could do with your phone was call, message and try not to eat your own tail on Snake? Today, phones are crammed with an array of biometric sensors, able to authentic your fingerprints, monitor your heart rate, and even count your steps.

Apple's TouchID

When it comes to fingerprint sensors, you can thank Apple for kickstarting that trend. Apple’s TouchID first appeared on the iPhone 5S, and uses a 500ppi capacitive touch sensor that is capable of 360-degree readability and also eliminates the need for a swipe gesture. The sensor is in turn surrounded by a steel ring that detects your finger and tells the scanner when to begin scanning for a print. This helps conserve power, so the sensor isn’t always waiting to detect a print. A tough sapphire lens protects the sensor, ensuring that scratches won’t interfere with the sensor’s ability to read your print. After scanning your finger, information about your print is temporarily stored in a secure enclave for analysis and matched against the data stored on your iPhone. This data is actually a mathematical representation of your print, which resides in a secure section of the A7 SoC that is not accessed by iOS. To further bolster security, Apple says that it doesn’t store images of your actual print on device memory or the cloud. Looking forward, the next big jump in fingerprint scanner technology seems to be ultrasonic scanning, which uses soundwaves to capture a 3D scan of your fingerprint. Qualcomm is currently developing the technology, which is said to be able to work through glass, metal, plastic and unlike TouchID will continue working regardless of if your finger is dirty, greasy or wet. Many smartphones include a heart rate monitor, which is often used with a variety of pre-loaded fitness apps to help users get more utility out of the sensor than just figuring out what their pulse is. These sensors work by using an LED light that illuminates the pulses of blood as it moves through your finger. The sensor then measures these pulses and makes a calculation for your heart rate per minute. And if you don’t want to get a dedicated fitness band to count your steps, your phone can do that for you too.

Latest Involvements

Many modern smartphones like the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S6 use combinations of the phone’s various sensors to count your steps. The phone’s accelerometer detects nongravitational acceleration of your phone, which allows it to measure changes in velocity when you walk around with the phone in your pocket. Your phone can then leverage on data from the accelerometer and combine that with GPS information to get a more accurate reading of the number of steps you’ve taken. Some phones like the old Google Nexus 5 even have a dedicated pedometer to calculate your steps with greater precision

Friday, July 10, 2015

How to get adsense using youtube channel 2015 trick

how to get adsense using youtube channel 2015 trick

We all know that Google Adsense is the Bes Contextual Advertisement Program in all time and Also the Dream of Every Blogger to get an Adsense account as Fast as They can, But Sometime they do not get Approved for Adsense. 
So, Whats the Big Deal? Now you can Easily Get Approved by Google Adsense with YouTube Faster than ever. Google Adsense Pay Every Publisher According to their Website Traffic known as also visitor, country, website rank and CPC. It Also Depends upon your Ads Position. Most of Bloggers and publishers around the world are Making handsome Amount of Money with Google Adsense.

get adsense via youtube channel

Get Approved by Google Adsense with YouTube

About Google Adsense :

Google Adsense is a Advertisement Network by Google that Enables Publishers to Generate Money Through his Website or Blog. Adsense can generate cash according to per-page-expression and per-page-click (PPC). In Addition You can Also make Money from Google Feed, Youtube Videos and from Google Search Box.
There are Many Bloggers Who Apply for Google Adsense and Rejected several times because of some Reasons. So Here I Share a Master Trick to Get Approved by Google Adsense with YouTube. We Already Know that Youtube is also a part of Google Company and they also Pay Money to Youtubers through Adsense. So We can Get Approved by Google Adsense with YouTube. You can Only Get Hosted Google Adsense Account. You can Use that Account on Only Hosted Partners of Google Like Blogspot, Youtube etc. You can use on your Custom Domain or on Website.

Steps to Get Approved by Google Adsense with YouTube : (Very Easy)

  1. Create Google Account (if you have Already then SKIP).
  2. Go to This YouTube Monetization Page.
  3. Now in Monetization TAB you can See the Option of “Enable My Account”. Just Click on It.
  4. Now After Doing This a Pop-Up Dialog Box is Open that is “Term & Conditions”. Accept it.
  5. Now a page will Open Where You can Click on “Monetize” Button.
  6. You can Enable your “Monetization Option” for your Youtube videos
  7. Lets Do It, Now Time to Approve Google Adsense.
  8. UPLOAD, 5-10 Unique Video that you create by yourelf.
  9. Wait ! ! Get Some Views on Your Youtube Videos.
  10. Now Again go To “YouTube Monetization Page” and Find the Option “How Will i Paid” Expand it and Click on “Associate a Adsense Account Link”.
  11. Screen will Open Where you Submit the URL of Your Channel Where you want to Show Adsense Ads.
  12. Click on “Continue” and Submit Application.
  13. Wait for a 1-2 Hour, Check Your Inbox and you got Mail From Adsense Program. “Approved”
If You Faced any Type of Problem Related to This Article Please Leave Comment Below or If you don't get Approved by Adsense Program. So You can Tell us About what Adsense Team Said “Why Your Adsense is Rejected?” So, We can Solve your Glitch. If you Follow This above Method to Approve your Adsense  there is 70-80 Percent Chance to Get an Adsense Account. Just Read Every Step Carefully and Then Step Up to Next Level.

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Samsung Galaxy S6 review

Samsung Galaxy S6 EDGE full hands on review

Samsung Galaxy S6 EDGE full hands on review


Samsung has released it's latest flagship model The Galaxy s6 and Galaxy s6 Edge. It's infact the most beautiful and handsome smartphone Samsung has ever made. The first ever phone with dual edge display on earth.

What's best in s6 edge?

The main attraction can be the design. The dual edge curved display is serious gorgeous looking and enough to attract anyone.
Moreover, it's just not the design. It has a brilliant 16 megapixels camera, it has the latest most powerful octa-core Exynos processor inside, has a better Fingerprint sensor ever on market and have the latest Android operating system.

What makes us sad?

The S6 EDGE have no micro SD card slot nor a removable battery. It also lacks the waterproof body and a smaller battery than its younger brother Galaxy s5.

Exclusive Hands on Samsung Galaxy S6 EDGE

There is a beautiful design with metal and glass that make galaxy s6 different from a sophisticated feature phone. Galaxy S6 edge is on the phone with Gorilla Glass 4, having various colours as pearls, white, black Sapphire, gold platinum, emerald blue and green topaj.
About the Camera and Flash it is Bright, fast f1.9 lens and high resolution sensor has a front facing camera. 16-megapixel rear camera and a front camera of 5 mega pixel.
Another exciting feature that Samsung included here is Super charging and cord free WPC and PMA certified wireless charging technology. A only 10 minutes charge can stand upto 4 hours of call.
The body is  Core Cutting Edge Technology
6.8 mm / 7.0 mm thin edge to 138 g / 13 g weight.
The world's first 14 nm mobile processors and 64-bit platforms that is so much impressive.
It has a LP DDR4 memory system and the UFS 2.0 flash memory
The world's first 1440 P / VP 9 hardware-based codec that gives users to enjoy numerous entertaining facilities.
Quad HD 5.1-inch Super AMOLED Screen is just best for everyday use.
The pixel density of display is 577 ppi.
Moreover it has Paypal certified fingerprint scanning system that allows to the best protection and hassle free user experience.
There are 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variant found currently in the market.
So, buckle up and grab your phone today!

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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Top 5 Smartphone 2015

Top 5 Best Smartphone in 2015

Now a days smartphones are a everyday  used gadget. Recent huge up gradation of Android based smartphones has changed the era of modern life. A modern man without a smartphone today is like a dumb handcrafted man. It is said to be the age of smartphones and the generation is smart generation.

From the year 2000 there is the first generation smartphones as NOKIA N-series based on Symbian operating system were popular. Then afterwards ANDROID hits the market and now its in the top. The latest ANDROID VERSION released is LOLIPOP named ANDROID L.
Learn more about android versions.

Now its 2015, and we are here to know about latest release on smartphone family.


top 5 smartphone 2015
Samsung is one of the top selling smartphone brand now a days till they start making android smartphones. The all new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 EDGE is the latest sensation of 2015 from samsung. Next is NOW is the branding of this smart beast. For its build quality and Dual Edge Display its in number one.

2. HTC One M9

Top 5 Smartphone 2015
The recent success of HTC One M8 the recent pedessedor is HTC One M9. Its firm slick and slim figure is just amazing. Its got the latest android version and all the good ones with a very nice camera within it. The HTC beats audio and HTC Sense is the best game changing features that HTC got. Its now in number two.

3. LG G4 

Top 5 Smartphone 2015
With the 5.5" huge 2K resolution display and 3GB of ram has announced the LG G4 in number 3. The latest successor of LG G Flex and LG G Flex 2 the latest heat in the market is LG G4.


Top 5 Smartphone 2015
With fantabulas 5.2" Full HD display triluminous display powering latest snapdragon processor and 3GB of ram made the latest invention of SONY inc. the SONY XPERIA Z4. The build quality and the sony utraspectrum high res sound made this little dianosor in the top 4th smartphone 2015.


Top 5 Smartphone 2015
The last but not least is booked for latest competitor ASUS. The latest release of ASUS ZENFONE 2 with incredible 4GB of ram with Full HD display make it in number 5. It came with 3 different variant. The models are ZE550CL, ZE550ML and ZE551ML.

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