World of Luxury : Gadgets for a Businessman

Whether you belong to the ‘Up in the Air’ camp or your favorite movie is ‘Office Space’, having a job can seem to be tedious at times. And with the trend of global (and local) acquisitions, being a part of a big corporate setup means you have to travel. Now George Clooney may have his flying miles to think about, but for most of us business traveling is a tad bit mundane. In this regard, there are some gadgets that are specifically designed to tackle your job requirements or even provide you with entertainment. Now, we at GizmoWatch have dug out an assortment of ten such important and unique devices which can keep a businessman going.Read more after the break...

1. 3M MPro150 Pocket Projector
This petite 5 inch long 3M MPro150 pocket projector can throw an image of up to 50-inches with 15 lumens of brightness. With its essence of portability, the 1GB capacity device also comes with user oriented features like expandable SD card memory and USB connection with external computers. Moreover as an extra advantage, the sleek projector also has a built-in MP3 player along with a headset. The price tag comes with a figure of $395 on being pre-ordered.
2. IXP3 Internet Messaging Clock
A clock that can display messages in mid air - this is enough to pass the novelty factor. Utilizing the connection through internet, this device can actually exhibit the bright red LED letters above it by a physical phenomenon called persistence of vision (an afterimage can persist for approximately one twenty-fifth of a second on the retina). A total of around 50 messages can be sent this way through an e-mail. Other than that the $120 clock also performs the more mundane tasks of showing time and temperature.
3. Garmin nuvi Widescreen Portable GPS Navigator
The Garmin nuvi GPS Navigator incorporates a 4.3 inch touchscreen with complete WQVGA (480×272 pixels) resolution. The inherent features integrated with the portable device not only displays info about turnings but also has a more advanced text-to-speech attribute to read addresses of streets, all along with the direction and distance. Furthermore, the 4.3 inch screen allows for around 70 percent better view of the area and your personal location.
4. Kindle
Kindle is an e-book reader with some fascinatingly user friendly attributes. With a thickness of 1/3 of an inch and a weight of around 10 ounces, this ultra-petite contraption has the capacity to hold over a whopping 1500 books. And that’s not all; the device comes with a wireless 3G connection, while its effectual battery charge can last well over 2 weeks.
5. Canon Powershot SD1100
If you are looking for a mid range camera that delivers on good performance and practical portability, the Canon Powershot SD1100 is certainly for you. Included as PC World’s one of the best top five cameras under $250, the SD1100 i exhibits a sturdy yet streamlined chassis with a total nine different modes for shooting. Moreover, with a battery life of just under 3 hours, it is perfect for those late evening snaps before returning to your hotel room.
6. Ste Ripen
Sometimes business deals (and we are not talking about the shady ones) can take you down to paths that are literally seldom trodden. In such emergency cases the bulbous looking SteriPen can come in handy for purifying your glass of water then and there. Utilizing UV rays for killing a myriad of bacteria and pathogens, this convenient device is completely wireless and works in less than one minute. The pricing is set at $100.
7. Braun 370 Pocket Go Travel Shaver
Small is beautiful - this dictum is certainly met at all levels by this bantam shaver from the renowned Braun. A must have for any long distance traveling; the lightweight device runs on two AA batteries and comes with an extra narrow shaving head supported by a platinum coated foil. But the redeeming feature of the electric shaver is its ‘dirt-cheapness’ at only $20.
8. Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse
Clearly made for the more technologically inclined traveling buffs, the Arc Touch Mouse exhibits a unique convertible form. It is supposedly more spatially adaptable along with a touch-sensitive scroll tab. And if not for its practicality, one can still make a classy style statement with this curvy mouse, of course only after paying around $29.99.
9. RIM BlackBerry Presenter
Alluring in its Apple-esque aesthetics, this is actually the sleek and portable BlackBerry Presenter with 86 x 60 x 23mm dimensions. The diminutive wireless module can be hooked up to a BlackBerry handset through VGA or S-Video connection to display those ubiquitous pages of PowerPoint. Integrated with 24 supported animations and 55 transition styles, the contraption is certainly imbibed with advanced technology, while the pricing can also be a tad bit hefty at $199.
10. Franklin 12-language Global Translator
Not to worry about the deal going on with the Japanese, because the all new Franklin 12-language Global Translator is here to salvage your business day. Coming with over 450,000 words and a whopping 12,000 phrases in 12 languages, this bantam translator (with audio support) would save you the trouble of delving into the tight corners of Google Translate. Coming to cost, the pricing is set at around $170.

Top 10 Foods For Brain Health

Want to keep your mind sharp and nourished? Here are 10 highly effective brain foods that improve memory, mood, concentration, and overall clarity...


1. Chocolate 

While eating hundreds of Hershey bars may make you sick, and drinking a lot of hot cocoa in a day just may do the same, the main ingredient in these oh-so-delicious foods, cocoa, is said to be very nutritious for the brain. Scientists have proven that the antioxidant content found in just two or three tablespoons of cocoa powder is much stronger than those antioxidants found in other foods, such as green tea or red wine. The main antioxidant found in cocoa, known as flavonols, is said to help increase blood flow to the brain. While normal milk chocolate lacks flavonols, you will find plenty of it in dark chocolate.Read more after the break...

2. Fish

Eating fish overall is greatly beneficial to your health, especially that of your brain. Fish is full of Omega-3, which is a fatty acid known to be highly beneficial to the body in various aspects. Eating one serving of fish a week can highly decrease one’s chances of getting Alzheimer’s disease. These fatty acids help with brain function because they coat the neurons that at times have a fatty acid layer that becomes stiff due to a high content cholesterol and saturated fat in the body. Omega-3s will coat the neurons with good fat, allowing them to move easily throughout the brain. Omega-3s also provides more oxygen to the brain, as well as allows one to retain new information while still remembering old information. The best fish to eat for brain health are salmon, tuna, and herring.

3. Leafy Green Vegetables

Leafy green vegetables such as cabbage, kale, spinach, and others, while not very well-liked by children, are excellent for the brain of children and adults alike. These vegetables help greatly when it comes time to remember old information and process it like you just learned it yesterday. This is because these foods are often full of vitamin B6, B12, and folate, which are great compounds needed within the brain to break down homocystein levels, which can lead to forgetfulness and even Alzheimer’s disease. These vegetables are often very high in iron content. If there is not enough iron in-take, cognitive activity slows down greatly. So when mom always urged you to eat your spinach, now you know why.

4. Nuts and Seeds

Looking for a snack that has everything good for the brain in it? Look no further than nuts and seeds… The good thing about this is that all types of nuts are included. This means peanuts, hazelnuts, cashews, almonds, walnuts, pecans, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and any other type of nut or seed you can think of, are good for your brain. Nuts and seeds are full of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, as well as folate, vitamin E, and vitamin B6. All of these nutrients allow you to think more clearly. They also help you think more positively, because Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids work as natural antidepressants. Some seeds and nuts are also full of thiamine and magnesium, which are great for memory, cognitive function, and brain nourishment.

5. Berries

If you’re not a vegetable person, you can rely on fruit, especially berries, to improve your brain health. For example, blueberries are well known for their role in improving motor skills as well as your overall learning capacity. They are often called the best berry for your brain, and today you may notice the plethora of products using blueberries. Most berries, including blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, and others, are full of antioxidants that are great for boosting the brain. You can help reverse the effects of aging on the brain by eating these berries once a day. Berries are sometimes referred to as “super-fruits” because most of them contain fisetin and flavenoid, which are great for improving your memory and allowing you to easily recall past events.

6. Curry

This spicy food is a great way to spice up your brain and keep it fresh. A main ingredient in curry powder, curcumin is full of antioxidants that help fight against brain aging and maintain cognitive function as you get older. These antioxidants also fight against free radical damage that can occur within the brain as well as the body.  Free radicals can cause inflammation and other ailments within the body. Not only is curry good for your brain, it also can fight against diabetes and heart disease. Too hot for you to handle? You don’t have to have curry for lunch and dinner each day; the smallest amount of curry once a month can be highly beneficial for your brain.

7. Eggs

When we get older, our brains begin to shrink due to something called brain atrophy. While some of us might want other parts of our body to shrink, I’m pretty sure no one wants a shrinking brain. However, we can fight against this natural process by eating eggs. This is because eggs are full of vitamin B12 as well as lecithin. Vitamin B12 helps to fight against brain shrinkage, which is often seen in Alzheimer’s disease. Eggs, though very unhealthy if you eat too many of them, are full of essential fatty acids. The yolk, though very high in cholesterol, is also high in choline, which is a very important building block of brain cells. Choline can help improve your memory. While eating too many eggs can be bad for your health, eating 1-2 egg products a day can be great for your brain.

8. Tea

Forget your coffee in the morning- try a cup of tea! Freshly brewed green or black tea is extremely beneficial to your brain because it is full of catechins. Have you ever had a day where you just feel drained, tired, and “too lazy” to think? It may be because you are lacking catechins in your brain. Catechins are great for keeping your mind sharp, fresh, and functioning properly. Not only do they keep your brain working right, they also allow it to relax and help to fight against mental fatigue. While green tea is much more potent than black tea, both are extremely good for you. Tea is definitely a great thing to drink early in the morning to ensure you’re starting your brain off right.

9. Whole Grains

If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you know just how healthy whole grains are for your body; however, they are also great for your brain. Whole wheat, bran, and wheat germ have high contents of folate, as do brown rice, oatmeal, whole-grain breads, barley, and others. All of these foods work to increase blood flow to the brain which means a higher quality and quantity of brain function. Also, these whole grain foods contain a lot of vitamin B6, which is full of thiamine. Thiamine is great for anyone trying to improve their memory. Scientific research has shown that memory loss dramatically increases by the time you reach your late 60’s or early 70’s; so whole grains are especially good for you as you get older.

10. Oysters

If you’re a seafood kind of person, then today just may be your lucky day. Experiments have shown that oysters are great for your brain, no matter your age. Because they are rich in zinc as well as iron, eating this under-the-sea-delight will help to keep your mind sharp and increase your ability to recall information easily. Zinc and iron have been linked to the brain’s ability to stay focused and remember information. A lack of zinc and iron can result in memory lapses, poor concentration, and of course other ailments throughout the body.

World of Luxury : Jeans

Top 10 Jeans Brands are changing faster than ever, so is the fashion trends, each day a new brand is launching, brands are continuously redefining the market, and the branded segment is also growing.Read more after the break...



4. True Religion 

5. 7 For All Mankind 

6. Miss Sixty 

7. Lee 

8.Calvin Klein 


10. G-Star Raw

5 most latest 4G tablets: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Verizon 4G LTE

After the success of 3G tablet now electronic giant are coming with their advanced Tablet with more feature.
Unlike smartphones, tablets are mostly designed for high data consumption. With a smartphone, you can make calls, send texts and even turn it a digital camera if you are on a picnic. But tablets are chiefly for Web browsing, e-reading and entertainment than many other purposes. So, there should be the best available data connectivity on new generation tablets. Users will be able to surf the Web, download music tacks, play online games and watch YouTube videos without any connection sluggishness.

Technology manufacturers have surely realized this fact. Nowadays we have a number of high-end tablets with 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) connectivity in front of us. Thanks to the rapid evolution of 4G connectivity technology, the heir to the almost out-of-date 3G network, has helped companies like Samsung, HTC, LG, Acer and Dell launch 4G LTE-enabled tablets. What difference 4G LTE tablets make is that they have Internet speeds several times better than the current 3G network. Here are some hot 4G tabs you can grab at the moment.Read more after the break..

1. Acer Iconia Tab A501

Acer Iconia Tab A501 4G tablet
AT&T, the second best 4G network provider behind Verizon has floated up Acer’s Iconic Tab A501 in the U.S. market. However, currently AT&T provides its HSPA+ connectivity for 4G for the Acer tablet. The carrier has just kicked off to expand its 4G LTE network across the country. Only few cities are so far covered with AT&T’s 4G network.
Acer Iconia Tab A501 is a smart Android 4.0 Honeycomb tablet in spite of its bulky size. The device, so like almost all other Android tablets, features a 10.1-inch display with a 5-megapixl camera in the back and a 2-megapixel camera in the front. Iconia Tab runs on NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 processor and highlights WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth, USB 2.0, HDMI output and microSDHC card slot. The tab is priced at $330 with a two-year data agreement and $480 without any contract.

2. HTC Evo View 4G Tablet

HTC Evo View 4G Tablet
HTC EVO View 4G is actually a Sprint Nextel iteration of the company’s famous 7-inch tablet HTC Flyer. EVO View 4G makes different because it is with the advanced 4G connectivity option. Sprint’s much-appreciated WiMAX 4G gives strength for the tablet. You can access Web pages, watch videos clips and video-chat with friends in a blazing speed, thanks to Sprint WiMAX 4G.
HTC EVO View 4G is with a 7-inch display that has a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. The gadget sports a single core Qualcomm Snapdragon cloaking at 1500 MHz and 1024 MB RAM under the hood. HTC launched Flyer in reply to Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab. So with a high-performing Sprint WiMAX version, the HTC tablet remains ensures its presence.

3. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Verizon 4G LTE

Newly arrived Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Verizon 4G LTE
Verizon Wireless that is leading in the country for 4G LTE network sells the 4G-enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Verizon has expanded its 4G network to more than 75 major cities in the U.S. The carrier is to cover almost all major cities with its 4G LTE network by the end of this year.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is, in fact, the second version of the company’s Galaxy Tab tablet. The device is indeed an amazing product and is considered as the best Android tablet ever. Of course, the tablet is a big threat to both Apple iPad 2 and the upcoming iPad 3. Samsung has built up Galaxy Tab 10.1 on a platform that has NVIDIA’s 1GHz T20 dual core Cortex A9 CPU, 1GB of RAM and 16GB or 32GB built-in memory options. Yes, it runs on Android 4.0 Honeycomb.

4. LG G-Slate 4G Tablet

LG G-Slate 4G joins the tablet world with an 8.9″ multi-touch screen, Android 3.0, 5G capability
T-Mobile avails 4G connectivity for LG G-Slate 4G, another Android Honeycomb 4G tablet PC. G-Slate is sharing a resemblance with Apple iPad in its front part. The LG tablet is flourished with a dual core 1 GHz Tegra 2 processor, 8.9-inch multitouch screen, 32 GB built-in memory and a 3D camera in the rear panel. T-Mobile touts 3D camera and 4G compatibility of LG G-Slate as the unique selling points. You can grab a copy of the device on spending $530.

5. Dell Streak 7 Android Tablet

The Dell Streak 7 Android tablet allows you to share photos, videos and movies together
Dell Streak 7 is another key 4G tablet from T-Mobile. It is also one another leading Android tablet available. The device helps you share images, videos and films quite faster thanks to its 4G connectivity. Streak is muscled up with a NVIDIA Tegra T20 dual core processor, 16GB of internal storage and a 7-inch Gorilla Glass multitouch color display. Adobe Flash 10.1, 5-megapixel rear camera with auto focus and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera make it a perfect product.
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