CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Available on Verizon, Motorola's $299.99 Droid Razr Maxx takes all the great features of the first Droid Razr and adds on a high-capacity 3,300 mAh battery for good measure. Dedicated Droid Razr owners will appreciate the same great virtual keyboard on the Maxx. It has large buttons with lots of spacing plus the buzz of light haptic feedback. The big and bold 4.3-inch Super AMOLED, qHD-resolution screen on the Droid Razr Maxx makes colors pop and serves up deep black levels.
On back of the Droid Razr Maxx is an 8-megapixel camera with LED flash along with a small speaker, Coated in Kevlar, the back is also made to resist drops and knocks, The Droid Razr Maxx makes room for a beefed-up battery by filling out the hump that exists on the original Droid Razr, Watching the HQ YouTube trailer for "The Avengers" was a blast on the Droid Razr Maxx's big AMOLED screen, There's a sharp 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera on the Droid Razr Maxx capable of shooting 720p iphone screen protector fix HD video..
Here's a closer look at the Droid Razr Maxx's 8-megapixel camera and LED flash. The large 4.3-inch display on the Droid Razr Maxx makes typing in portrait mode not completely out of the question. A trim 0.35 of an inch thick, the Droid Razr Maxx manages to keep a slim profile. Pulling down a flap on the phone's left side reveals microSD and Micro-SIM card slots. Virtually the same in overall thickness, the Droid Razr Maxx (left) is just as pocket-friendly as the first Droid Razr (right). Big 4.3-inch qHD-resolution Super AMOLED screens grace both the Droid Razr Maxx (left) and Droid Razr (right).
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, The docks, made by Ryan Boase's ReAcoustic, rely on nothing more than a wooden iphone screen protector fix base and a reclaimed metal horn to amplify music from the iPhone's (or iPad's) speaker, "The name ReAcoustic comes from two different aspects of what I am doing in my shop," Boase told Crave in an e-mail, "The 'Re' comes from the fact that I reuse edge-glued salvaged wood for the bases, and reuse beat-up unplayable musical instruments and antique horns, And the 'Acoustic' comes from the fact that all of the docks in my shop are completely acoustically amplified, They require no batteries or cords, Internally there is a small hollow channel leading from the speaker to the horn."..
And the docks look striking, combining a kind of contemporary minimalism with Victorian flair (and flare), as you can see in the gallery above. The pieces are custom made to order and cost from about $60 to more than $500 (Boase told Crave that interested readers can get a discount of 15 percent by using the code Discount15 at checkout). Apparently the docks are doing well. "I have only been making these docks for a few weeks," Boase said, "but the response has been great. I currently offer acoustic docks for the iPhone and the iPad using horns like trumpets, trombones, and the gramophone horns, and I have plans to expand to iPod and Droid docks. I am currently working on docks using French horn bells and Baritone bells. I am also about to start listing some docks that use reproduction phonograph horns.".