Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Sony Cyber-shot® Digital Camera DSC H20/B

Zoom in on the 10.1-megapixel DSC-H20 Cyber-shot® digital camera and get the best shot. With its impressive Carl Zeiss® Vario-Tessar® wide-angle lens with a 10x optical zoom, it's easy to capture the moment with impeccable detail. A 3.0" Clear Photo LCD™ makes reviewing your shots a breeze and the ingenious iAuto mode takes the guesswork out of choosing the best camera settings when you're not sure which one to pick. There's also built-in technology like Optical SteadyShot® image stabilization that reduces blur and Smile Shutter™ mode that automatically captures a smile as it happens. Feel like recording HD video? The H20 captures crisp, 720p video that can be viewed on your HDTV. There's even an anti-blink function to help everyone look their best and in-camera photo retouching tools.

Features list: 
10.1 Megapixel Super HAD™ CCD Image Sensor:
Carl Zeiss® Vario-Tessar® Lens with 10x Optical Zoom:
3.0" Clear Photo LCD™ display (230k pixels):
BIONZ™ image processor:
Intelligent Auto Mode:
HD Movie:
Intelligent Scene Recognition:
Face Detection technology:
Anti-blink Function:
Selected Face Memory:
Anti-blink Function:
Smile Shutter™ Technology:
Double Anti-blur Solution:
Red-eye Reduction:
Optical SteadyShot™ Image Stabilization:
High Sensitivity Mode (ISO 3200):
Dynamic Range Optimizer Standard and Plus:
Convenient Photo Modes:
Intelligent Auto Focus:
Burst Mode:
16:9 High Resolution Mode:
Simplified Buttons:
Easy Image Management:
In-Camera Retouching Tools:
HDTV Compatibility:
PhotoTV HD:
Wide Zoom display:
In-Camera Retouching Tools:

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Monday, January 4, 2010

Ubuntu from USB Memory stick / Flash drive

It is easy to install Ubuntu on your USB Memory stick and run from your USB.

Method 1

1) Download Ubuntu for this website: You can alternatively order free CD but it will take few weeks. For more detail visit
2) Download USB-Installer-for-Ubuntu-Rescue-Remix-v0.2.exe from
3) Run and follow the instructions..
4) Restart your system and boot using USB flash drive.

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Method 2

1. Format your USB Stick/Flash Card using FAT
2. You can download Ubuntu for this website: You can alternatively order free CD but it will take few weeks. For more detail visit
3. Have you download a OS or create a ISO! Now download and run Unetbootin.exe
4. You select 'Diskimage'
5. Select ISO file
6. Select you USB Drive Letter
7. Press Start!
8. Reboot you PC and go to your BIOS! Go to Boot and select : Removable or USB Mode
9. Ubuntu is running :)