We got a great little package at TigerDirect TV from MSI; the new GT70 Gaming Laptop and it truly rocks. Its loaded up with an Intel Core i7 and dedicated NVidia Graphics – 670M. 12 Gigs of DDR3 RAM and on and on, but check it out for yourself. We carry it right here http://bit.ly/QcKhFo
Its Hump Day and Tech Juice is undergoing some moving pains at TigerDirect TV. Did you know Georgia Tech will be offering free online courses? Samsung also bought out CSR. Today’s deal is pretty nifty – bit.ly
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Hitachi keeps you up-to-date by bringing the newest items in camcorder storage media technology. You’ll be dazzled by its latest product – the Blu-ray Hybrid Camcorder.
The Hitachi DZBD7HA is the new show in town since it offers Blu-ray disc (BD) recording capability. This unique, hybrid camcorder lets you record directly in Blu-Ray format as well as take advantage of the technology’s features, including storing mode files that’s almost six times the capacity of a double-dual layer DVD.
What do you get when you combine two important pieces of home entertainment equipment? The answer is an innovative compact unit which can be easily placed anywhere around the house.
This is what the innovative people of Toshiba came up with when they decided to enhance their LCD TV lineup by coming up with a smart combination model like the Toshiba 19LV506 LCD HDTV/DVD Combo. Donâ€™t you just love the idea of getting an HDTV and a DVD for nearly the price of just one television set?
If you, like many other DVD burner fans (or average customers who just want a good DVD burner), are looking for speed at a reasonable price, then the Sony DRU190A 20X DVD Rewritable Drive just might be the gadget for you.
On the topic of speed, here are the figures. As far as DVDs are concerned, its lowest Write Speed is 5X, with DVD-RAM media. Its highest Write Speed tops out at 20X, for DVD-R and DVD+R media. On the CD side of it, Write and Read Speed top out at a reasonable 48X.
Stanley Kubrick’s a favorite of many movie mavens; he’s one of the few auteurs of the American cinema. The 1950s-era Auteur Theory holds that a director’s films reflect that director’s personal creative vision (I stole that line from Wikipedia, but it works). As a matter of fact, Kubrick’s creative vision has helped shape my life.
For example, several of my friends and I modeled our behavior in high school after Kubrick’s Droogs in the masterful A Clockwork Orange. Just ask the Dean of students at North Miami High – oh, sorry — he’s dead (I promise, I didn’t do it!) My ex-wife thinks I might have learned a few things from Jack Nicholson’s role in The Shining (not one of my Kubrick favorites, but a nice turn for Jack — he obviously had fun while pretending to commit murderous acts).
In case you didn’t know, we sell DVD movies – some of the best ever made — on TigerDirect.com. And as our resident film buff (I know, everyone claims to be a film freak; we even have a guy here at Tiger who thinks that M. Night Shyamalan has earned the title of the best director alive, while I think he’s a One Trick Pony whose Sixth Sense remains the only truly exceptional film the Midnight Man’s made).
Now, James Mangold’s 3:10 to Yuma starring Russell Crowe and Christian Bale is a good, old-fashioned Western morality play that’s almost as good as the 1957 original (a minor classic adapted from an Elmore Leonard novella).