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Warnlaser**** is the world's premiere manufacturer of high powered blue, red and green laser pointers. We specialize in some of the world's most awe inspiring lasers for entertainment, military and astronomy uses. Our lasers are not the average laser pointers you can find in your average electronic store. They can burn dark paper, dark objects, melt plastics, pop balloons, light matches, slash open fragile materials and some can light your smoke. With powers up to 600mW, these beasts are the most powerful handheld lasers in the world and are as close a thing to real life laser saber there is. To find out more about us, please visit www.warnlaser****.
8 Jul 2008
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Warnlaser**** is the world's premiere manufacturer of high powered blue, red and green laser pointers. We specialize in some of the world's most awe inspiring lasers for entertainment, military and astronomy uses. Our lasers are not the average laser pointers you can find in your average electronic store. They can burn dark paper, dark objects, melt plastics, pop balloons, light matches, slash open fragile materials and some can light your smoke. With powers up to 600mW, these beasts are the most powerful handheld lasers in the world and are as close a thing to real life laser saber there is. To find out more about us, please visit www.warnlaser****.
8 Jul 2008
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Warnlaser**** is the world's premiere manufacturer of high powered blue, red and green laser pointers. We specialize in some of the world's most awe inspiring lasers for entertainment, military and astronomy uses. Our lasers are not the average laser pointers you can find in your average electronic store. They can burn dark paper, dark objects, melt plastics, pop balloons, light matches, slash open fragile materials and some can light your smoke. With powers up to 600mW, these beasts are the most powerful handheld lasers in the world and are as close a thing to real life laser saber there is. To find out more about us, please visit www.warnlaser****.
8 Jul 2008
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Warnlaser**** is the world's premiere manufacturer of high powered blue, red and green laser pointers. We specialize in some of the world's most awe inspiring lasers for entertainment, military and astronomy uses. Our lasers are not the average laser pointers you can find in your average electronic store. They can burn dark paper, dark objects, melt plastics, pop balloons, light matches, slash open fragile materials and some can light your smoke. With powers up to 600mW, these beasts are the most powerful handheld lasers in the world and are as close a thing to real life laser saber there is. To find out more about us, please visit www.warnlaser****.
8 Jul 2008
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Larry Swezey, Director of Consumer & Commercial HDD Strategy for Hitachi GST, details Hitachi's exciting and insightful new market vision and explains why we are at the "Dawn of the Tera Era." Swezey outlines Hitachi's view that with the intersection of three dynamic elements -- massive storage Capacity, unprecedented growth in digital data and rich media Content and a tech-savvy global Culture for whom life without computers and handhelds is now unthinkable -- it is time to say goodbye to the gigabyte and hello to the terabyte....hence, the Tera Era.  
9 Jul 2008
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reviewin both the handheld and the big box thing that sits by your tv and if its a 360 dies!! Ps not a fanboy i have based all these on facts and tryed to be as fair as possible but still!
17 Jul 2008
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Yosemite National Institutes operates environmental education programs, based on curriculum standards, at three locations: Marin Headlands, Yosemite National Park, and Olympic National Park. Intel California Corporate Affairs provided YNI with a grant to purchase handheld computers for use at its Yosemite site; students use the computers to gather data on natural resources, such as old growth trees, which is used by the U.S. Forest Service to monitor the changes and health of Yosemite.
8 Aug 2008
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This is a 300 mW handheld laser pointer with good power stability. It can last about 3 minutes at 300mW. Now this video is showing how to burn a balloon with it. I think it is very interesting and excellent. This laser is made by CNI laser, China.
15 Aug 2008
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At the 2008 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco the future was clear: visual computing. From games to television, from large systems to handhelds, the demand on hardware and software platforms will be to run large amounts of data more efficiently with less power. Some of the breakthroughs to bring video and audio more easily and seamlessly to users include the scalable Nehalem chip architecture, the Media Processor CE 3100, and the architecture codenamed Larrabee. IDF blog post
2 Sep 2008
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This handheld torque wrench by Wheeler Engineering lets you apply repeatable, accurate torque settings to scope rings, guard screws and other screws, which aids in accuracy and decreases the opportunity for problems in the field. For more firearm information, visit *******www.armsvault****
27 Nov 2008
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Gamepark Holdings is the South-Korean company that has previously released the GP32 and the GP2X which are open source video game emulators. The new Wiz handheld is faster, smaller and better then the GP2X. It may be able to emulate as much as N64 and PSX games. You can watch this video in DivX HD 720p quality at *******techvideoblog****/ifa/gamepark-holdings-wiz-at-ifa-2008/ The TechVideoBlog**** IFA 2008 video coverage exclusive sponsor is DivX, Inc.
7 Sep 2008
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Gamepark Holdings is the South-Korean company that has previously released the GP32 and the GP2X which are open source video game emulators. The new Wiz handheld is faster, smaller and better then the GP2X. It may be able to emulate as much as N64 and PSX games. You can watch this video in DivX HD 720p quality at *******techvideoblog****/ifa/gamepark-holdings-wiz-at-ifa-2008/ TechVideoBlog**** IFA 2008 video coverage exclusive sponsor is DivX, Inc.
16 Sep 2008
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Recently heard about this incredible waterfall in of all places, Dupo, Illinois. Not knowing quite what to expect, I took my HV30 along just for some trial footage to see if anything was worth shooting. Imagine my surprise when I first laid eyes on this wonderful springfed waterfall. How I wished I had brought my tripod for better footage! Instead I used whatever I could find, including a big old rock to steady my camera but be warned most of this is handheld. But even shaky footage will serve the real story and purpose at hand. The spring and waterfall is in jeopardy of being destroyed. Here's the story: On the property at the base of the falls is a public place named "The Falling Springs Conservation Club." It's been there since the mid 1940's serving up great food, drink and of course, access to the falls. There's also a small runoff creek and a couple of fishing lakes stocked with large mouth bass, crappie, catfish and more. I'm told every Sunday in summer, they have a big outdoor barbeque, live music and a helluva good time. Everyone's welcome without an entrance charge. You only pay for what you eat and drink. It's been the source of many great memories over the years including a favorite biker destination. I went during the week when it was very quiet and had opportunity to talk candidly with the club manager. One of the things told me was that I was very lucky to visit when I did as they were about to shut down operations permanently. I was incredulous and asked why? She said that after some 60+ years of leasing the property from the private landowners, their club lease was expiring October 1, 2008 and it would not be renewed. This, because the property owners wanted to 'possibly' sell the land. In talking with her further, I learned the property at the top of the falls where the source spring is located, is owned by the Bussen Quarry Company. As we talked, obvious things began to fall into place (no pun intended.) A couple years ago Bussen began dynamiting the area above the falls for more mining access (and profits.) This action seriously threatened to destroy the spring source which fed the waterfall. The local historical society managed to get an injunction against Bussen and Co. to temporarily stop their dynamiting. Since informing the club their lease would not be renewed, the current property owners have been very tight lipped about their plans for the property. For me, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to at least suspect the property owners were approached by Bussen with "a money offer they couldn't refuse." Once Bussen owns the property above and below the falls, it will be very hard to stop them from doing anything they want... even if it means destroying one of the most beautiful, natural waterfalls in Illinois. When I came home, I thought of the video I'd taken and knew I had to do something. So I edited what I'd shot into this little presentation, without script, just building it as I went. While the resulting imagery isn't professional the message is vitally important. Through viral marketing on the internet maybe we have one last chance to still save the waterfall, it's spring source and the free, public access to it. But we don't have long. October 1 is looming near. We need immediate intervention! Please write, call, email or whatever you can do to let the State of Illinois know what a precious resource they're about to lose in te name of corporate profits. Email your firends and relatives. Even call your television stations and newspapers. Especially if they live in Illinois. To lose this precious year 'round, cold spring and it's wonderful 2 stage waterfall would be a tremendous loss to all of us. What can you do to help save Falling Springs? (One last note, although shot in Hi-def I chose to post in SD so this footage could be viewed without restriction. If you'd like to see it in HD, please contact me. Thanks for watching.)
14 Sep 2008
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Warnlaser**** is the world's premiere manufacturer of high powered blue, red and green laser pointers. We specialize in some of the world's most awe inspiring lasers for entertainment, military and astronomy uses. Our lasers are not the average laser pointers you can find in your average electronic store. They can burn dark paper, dark objects, melt plastics, pop balloons, light matches, slash open fragile materials and some can light your smoke. With powers up to 600mW, these beasts are the most powerful handheld lasers in the world and are as close a thing to real life laser saber there is. To find out more about us, please visit www.warnlaser****.
20 Sep 2008
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Warnlaser**** is the world's premiere manufacturer of high powered blue, red and green laser pointers. We specialize in some of the world's most awe inspiring lasers for entertainment, military and astronomy uses. Our lasers are not the average laser pointers you can find in your average electronic store. They can burn dark paper, dark objects, melt plastics, pop balloons, light matches, slash open fragile materials and some can light your smoke. With powers up to 600mW, these beasts are the most powerful handheld lasers in the world and are as close a thing to real life laser saber there is. To find out more about us, please visit www.warnlaser****.
26 Sep 2008
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Warnlaser**** is the world's premiere manufacturer of high powered blue, red and green laser pointers. We specialize in some of the world's most awe inspiring lasers for entertainment, military and astronomy uses. Our lasers are not the average laser pointers you can find in your average electronic store. They can burn dark paper, dark objects, melt plastics, pop balloons, light matches, slash open fragile materials and some can light your smoke. With powers up to 600mW, these beasts are the most powerful handheld lasers in the world and are as close a thing to real life laser saber there is. To find out more about us, please visit www.warnlaser****.
26 Sep 2008
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