Archive for May, 2007

Magnetic Viewing Paper

14, May 2007

This paper is so intriguing because it enables you to view the varying magnetic patterns of individual magnets. Take the obscure and begin “viewing” it like it’s magic. The magnetic viewing paper is made of millions of tiny metal particles that are suspended in oil within a 20 x 50mm laminated sheet of plastic. When a magnet is placed next to this “viewing paper”, the particles become magnetized.

The Magnetic Viewing Paper available for just $1.95 a piece.

If you want to get a piece of magnetic viewing paper…


Think about the last place you traveled to. Do you want to know exactly where all your pictures were taken? Take the GiSTEQ PhotoTrackr with you on your next trip! Utilizing the included mapping software and latest Geo-Mapping technology,the GiSTEQ PhotoTrackr allows you to record and review your trip knowing exactly where you have traveled. Furthermore, if you took pictures on your trip, it will even show you the exact location and time of your pictures.


The most exciting feature of all is that you can upload your photos to Flickr online. It’s a cool way to share your trip experience with friends and families. Make your next trip special; don’t let your trip gone by without precise location info. There is no subscription and no monthly fee.

Hardware Specifications
– Operation Time: 22 hours in continuous mode; Stand-by Mode: 2000 hours; Charging Time: 3 hours
– 16 channels satellite tracking
– Cold/Warm/Hot start time: 45/38/6 seconds (on average)
– Superior sensitivity: -152dBm tracking
– Update Rate: 1 Hz (max)
– Built-in rechargeable 1100mAh Li-ion battery
– Support standard NMEA-0183 at 38400 bps baud rate
– 4MB flash memory for data logging, with 16 bytes binary data per record that stores up to 250K
– Logging data interval programmable: by time (1 second ~ 30 mins) or distance (2 ~ 65535 meters)
– Data tag (start, stop) can be set by user, maximum 250 sections
– Support G-mouse function via USB cable
– Vibration sensor for power management (auto power on / off)
– Dimension: 3.05 (L) x 1.82 (W) x 0.89 (H) inch
– Weight: 68g including battery
– Accuracy: Position: 5m CEP (50%); 9m (90%); Velocity: 0.1m/sec, without SA; Time: +/- 100ns synchronized to GPS time
– Chipset: NEMERIX
– Frequency: L1, 1575.42MHz
– C/A Code: 1.023MHz chip rate
– Channels: Support 16 Channels
– Antenna (internal): Built-in low noise patch antenna; External MMCX antenna port
– Color: Black

The GPS PhotoTrackr for Digital Cameras is priced at $99.99.

If you are interested in buying GiSTEQ PhotoTrackr…

NVIDIA introduced its latest GPU – the GeForce 8800 Ultra to the current line-up. The new video cards based on 8800 Ultra will be available starting May, 15th 2007, at a recommended price of 699 EUR for Europe and $829 for USA. Basically the new card comes with a bit higher operating frequencies of the GPU and the RAM than the cards using the previous top model – the GeForce 8800 GTX. Otherwise than the higher frequencies the new video cards will feature 128 stream processors and 768MB video memory with 384-bit bus.

The latest in the most powerful line of graphics processors on the market, GeForce 8800 Ultra includes faster core and memory clocks to set a new bar for killer DirectX 10 gaming. GeForce 8800 Ultra is also SLI capable so you can pair two of these cards together for even better performance, especially if you have a high-resolution display and play games at resolutions or at least 1600×1200…

Technical specifications
Stream Processors: 128
Core Clock (MHz): 612
Shader Clock (MHz): 1500
Memory Clock (MHz): 1080
Memory Amount: 768MB GDDR3
Memory Interface: 384-bit
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec): 103.7
Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec): 39.2

For more information about the new GeForce 8800 Ultra…