Wize.com came across this informative video review of the SLR digital Nikon D40 with a WizeRank of 91, and noticed that numerous users on YouTube found it quite helpful. Of course, we wanted to share the knowledge with all of you.
That's right, Wize.com now has some first rumblings of reviews flowing in from those eager to get the word out about the new Canon EOS 40D. So far the consensus is sounding fairly positive for the $1300 upgrade (that price is for the camera body only, no lens).
Overall, people are saying for a SLR camera upgrade from the EOS 30D, the Canon EOS 40D is faster and smarter giving users 1/8000 shutter speed and a 6.5 frames per second in RAW mode.
Well, it's official. The iPod Touch reaches stores only 8 days after being announced and already a slew of positive reviews are pouring in. Fox News took the biggest stand, stating that this new generation ipod Touch is "The Best Media Player Ever Made."
Bloggers and reviews alike have yet to find anything wrong with the slick new iphone second cousin.
Here are just some of the first reviews from experts that will likely go into an upcoming WizeRank:
Think about this. You find yourself camping up in the wilderness, and the next morning you feel a little groggy. Coffee is great, but come on, this is 2007. Shouldn't there be a way to have espresso on your camping trip?
Well now, with a new Aerobie AeroPress Espresso maker you can drop it into your backpack and be fully ready to satisfy your rich espresso cravings. Supposedly it cleans up in under 30 seconds as well, for easy usage when you are on the run. Finally, for a price point of a mere $30 you won't have to rob a bank to fulfill your joe carvings.
Think that maybe this pint size maker is a bit too small for everyday use? The Rancilio Silvia Espresso Machine could be a better choice, although much pricier. It's worth it, however and with a WizeRank of 95, with reviews like "is the best you can get outside of Italy" (all which you can find on Wize.com) you can feel confident that your purchase is a wise one!
Touch screens, squatty mini ipod nanos, 6th generation ipod classic, and a Product (RED) ipod shuffle were shown off this morning. Everyone has been dying to get a first look of Apple's newest digital media players, so here are some of the juicy details:
The new squatty ipod nano is super tiny in shape and is even thinner than its predecessors. Rumor has it, they are 65% brighter than past models, while boasting a 2.5-inch, QVGA, 320 x 240 screen which makes this new nano have the highest pixel density out of any of the previous ipods. The 4GB model will be selling for $149, though it's only available in silver, while the rainbow-colored 8GB will leave you $199 lighter in the wallet.
Next up, according to Engadget, the new ipod touch is even thinner than the iphone, and has the same chrome backing as ipods of the past. The screen is the same size as the iphone (a 3.5-inch wide display). In addition to its music playing capabilities, the ipod touch also can connect to WiFi, meaning you can surf the web, and directly buy itunes songs on your ipod for easy access. The iPod touch will be arriving in 8GB and 16GB flavors and will be priced at $299 and $399, respectively, when they ship "worldwide in a few weeks."
And finally, the ipod Product (RED) shuffle is available for the same price point of $79 and holds 1gig worth of your favorite tunes. I have yet to find any news on how much of the proceeds actually goes towards the product (RED) Bono sponsored campaign. If anyone hears, will you please let us know!
So, decisions, decisions... In case you want to hold off and allow any of the "ipod new product bugs" to be worked out, here are some Wize.com reviews from experts and users on MP3 players. You might be surprised what these people are saying: