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Recently, after many years of development (7 to be exact), we find ready to Calibre in version 1.0, fully packed with improvements and new features that we can use in order to keep our collection of virtual books.
Calibre is an ebook manager very efficient. Being multi platform, something many appreciate, you can use either Windows, Mac OS, and in several flavors of Linux. Besides it is free and open source.
It has many features that are very useful indeed, not for nothing was developed by users of e-books for users of e-books. Among the main highlight are:
- Efficient administration of your library of books: With a design and visualization tailored to the needs of readers, also has multiple options.
- Viewer own e-book: A simple style but with everything you need.
- Virtual Libraries: We can create virtual libraries of our entire book collection, filtering by category, author, etc..
- Modify metadata of books: Assigns a new cover, change the author and corrects the description.
- Conversion E-book format: Ability to convert to and from a large list of formats.
- Synchronization with Devices: Send directly to your favorite reading device like Kindle or even your Android tablet.
- Download news directly from the web and turn them into an e-book: Calibre can automatically convert from news sites or RSS feeds in news in an e-book, with the ability to send any of our devices.
With new features and some are coming we are confident that we will be able to more efficiently manage all the e-books we have. The most successful of Calibre is the possibility of conversion and delivery to various devices such as smartphones, tablets, until Apple devices via iTunes.
It seems that Lenovo is quite active these days. Now the company is putting on sale a new 11.6-inch Lenovo ThinkPad X131e ultraportable notebook. It’s a machine that incorporates good specifications combined with a good price.
What we know about the Lenovo ThinkPad X131e? First that nothing, the laptop base cost is $500, and processors that we have at our option are: AMD E-300 / E2-1800 or Intel Celeron 877 / Core i3-2367M (Sandy Bridge). With one of the aforementioned CPU, will be in finding a maximum of 8 GB of DDR3 RAM and a 500 GB hard drive. Read the rest of this entry »
It has a slimmer and more compact than the previous Kindle, improved screen with better contrast and faster to turn pages, native PDF support, extensive library with hundreds of thousands of e-books, newspapers, magazines and blogs through Online store Amazon, Wi-Fi access to Amazon’s online store, integrated keyboard for notes, with 4 GB (3.3 usable) of internal memory, can store 3,500 e-books, eight sources available including two very large sizes gives new, excellent displays image files, and plays MP3 and AAC audio.
No expansion slot for adding more memory, no support for EPUB data files, has no protective case included; battery is sealed in the device and is not removable.
The bottom line: This generation of Kindle is a winning combination. Among the notable improvements have an improved screen, better battery life, lighter weight and lower price, new category in the top of the e-book reader.
Light, slim and attractive, and describes its new Aspire One Acer D250 10.1-inch screen and weighs only 1.11 kg, is designed to enhance web browsing. Its CrystalBrite LED backlit display high brightness 10.1-inch display with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels, offers a broader view.
Integrated Acer Crystal Eye webcam on top of the screen and digital microphone keep you connected to the world via video calls, video chats and videoconferencing, with stunning picture quality and sound.
The Aspire one D250 will be available in five brilliant colors: seashell white, sapphire blue, pink coral, ruby ??and black diamond also include elegant details like metal hinge Aspire logo drop-shaped and brushed metal base support the palms offer a refined look.
To improve navigation, use the multi-gesture touchpad that lets you browse, zoom and change pages. In addition, you can enjoy more fun and productivity.
The Aspire One D250 comes with WiFi 802.11 b / g, Acer Signal Up technology for easy access to available wireless networks. It is also equipped with Fast Ethernet. It features an Intel Atom processor, Mobile Intel 945GSE Express Chipset or Mobile Intel 82801GBM Chipset and may include up to 2 GB of DDR memory for an enhanced user experience. Despite its compact size, includes an internal hard drive of 160 GB and a multi card reader in one for more storage options and file sharing.
Includes Windows XP Home operating system, additional preinstalled software includes Acer eRecovery Management, Microsoft Works with Office Home and Student 2007 Trial, Google Toolbar, Google Desktop, Google Setup, Adobe Reader 9, Adobe Flash Player 10, Internet Explorer 7.0 Customized; eSobi , McAfee Internet Security Suite, Acer Game Zone, Acer Video Conference Manager 4.0, Windows Live Essentials.