A quick video of me firing my 2012 proto reflex rail paintball gun, with a Dye Rotor Speedfeed, and a 3000psi tank. Firing mode is PSP ramping at 20bps. It was kinda bad because my tank was under 2000psi and i only got about 2 pods out of it. 2012 Proto reflex rail PGA Eagle Dust shooting BEAUTIFUL! Empire invert halo too Taking over the field, the new Proto Reflex Rail is your stepping stone to greatness. high-end performance in a durable and reliable setup. The Proto Reflex Rail is for the serious competitor, featuring Fuse Bolt Technology, operating at 145 psi . Color coded o-rings for simplified maintenance, and a host of other features make the 2012 Reflex Rail the gun of choice. The durable Reflex Rail solenoid features consistent airflow, and with a dwell of 18 milliseconds. The small, light Hyper3 In-Line air regulator provides high flow and smooth velocity adjustment, with non-slip grips. The ultimate in ergonomic comfort, the Ultralite Frame is equipped with a Reach trigger. The solid construction consists of an aluminum body, bolt, Ultralite Frame and trigger. The Reflex comes with a precision honed two piece 14 inch barrel, durable zippered gun case, parts kit, Dye Slick Lube, barrel sock, allen ket set and 9-volt.Paintball head cam go pro pov head cam HD out cast custom pump half blocked pump gun dye rotor custom dye rotor exalt speed feed EMPIRE PROFECY DIES IN MIDDLE OF A GAME LOX Paintball team practice airball action extreme kayos, High Intensity, Sealed … Video Rating: 5 / 5Related Posts:
Call of Duty: Black Ops II is a first-person shooter video game, developed by Treyarch and published by Activision (Square Enix for Japan). It was released on November 13, 2012 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows and on November 18, 2012 in North America, November 30, 2012 in Europe, and December 20, 2012 in Japan for Wii U. Black Ops II is the ninth game in the Call of Duty franchise of video games and a sequel to the 2010 game Call of Duty: Black Ops. The single-player campaign features two connected storylines, with one set in the 1970s through 1980s and the other in 2025. The protagonist of Black Ops, Alex Mason returns as the protagonist in the Cold War section, and chronicles rise to infamy of the game’s primary antagonist, Raul Menendez, a Nicaraguan narco-terrorist and the leader of “Cordis Die”, a populist movement celebrated as the champions of victims of economic inequality. The 2025 section of the game features Alex Mason’s son David as the protagonist during a new Cold War between China and the United States.In this era, war is defined by robotics, cyberwarfare, unmanned vehicles, and other futuristic technology. =================================== Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4 @ 3.5 Ghz (389×9) 1.5v Motherboard: Gigabyte EP45C-DS3R Video Card: Sapphire HD 5870 1GB GDDR5 RAM: 2x2GB DDR2 800 MHZ PC6400 Power Supply: Corsair TX650 Operating system: Se7en SP1 x64 Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster T200 20″ HDD: 750 GB Hitachi SATA2 … Video Rating: 5 / 5Related Posts:
The Dell XPS 12 and Acer Aspire S7 aren’t your average laptops. They’re premium, and unique.
One is a razor-thin, Gorilla Glass-infused attempt to transform Acer’s reputation, the other Dell’s carbon fiber-laced realization of an idea that was ahead of its time. Both start at $ 1,199 for a Core i5 processor, 4GB of memory, 128GB of solid state storage, and a brilliant 1080p touchscreen display, but each has its own special way of running Windows 8. The Acer Aspire S7’s screen bends backwards 180 degrees to lay completely flat on a table, sharing a 13.3-inch or 11.6-inch display, while Dell’s XPS 12 has a 12.5-inch monitor that literally spins 180 degrees inside its aluminum bezel, turning the machine into a tablet.
By now you should already know that HTC, Sharp and Oppo share a common theme: 1080p display on their five-inch phones. As it turns out, Lenovo also wants in on the VIP list. Spotted on Sina Weibo earlier this week (but have since been deleted) are the above three screenshots showing off Lenovo’s customized Android UI in 1080p glory. As with many phones in China these days, the device in question supports dual-SIM connectivity — the screenshots indicate that it’s connected to China Telecom’s CDMA2000 network and China Mobile’s 2G network simultaneously.
Our own source wouldn’t directly confirm that it’s a five-inch display on this mysterious phone, but we were told that it’ll be somewhere between 4.5 inches and 5.5 inches — we’ll take that as a yes, especially since the only 1080p mobile panels available right now are the five-inch, 440ppi ones from Sharp and JDI. Our source also said the phone’s entered DVT (Design Verification Test) phase for some time, so it might not be long before we hear an official announcement in China. As always, stay tuned.
Lest you think HTC has a complete lock on Sharp’s supply of extra-dense 5-inch, 1080p screens for the Droid DNA and J Butterfly, Sharp itself is building a phone around the giant LCD. The Aquos Phone SH930W slightly rethinks the internals of HTC’s new Android 4.1 flagship to make it more affordable, doubling the non-expandable storage to 32GB but scaling back to a dual-core, 1.5GHz Snapdragon S3 and dropping the currently unsupported LTE. That cost-cutting will be vital, as the SH930W is headed to a more price-sensitive Russia first, in late November — one of the few (if not only) times that Sharp has tailored a smartphone to a country other than its native Japan. The 22,000-ruble ($ 694) off-contract price in Russia could undercut mere 720p rivals that often cost 25,000 rubles ($ 789) or more.
It’s an odd phone by any account, and Mobile-review was curious enough to snag a pre-release SH930W for an early inspection. While the device under the microscope was running vanilla Android rather than the planned Feel UX and may easily have a fair share of buggy code, initial benchmarks seem to validate fears of a mismatch between the display and an underpowered chip: the S3 is fast enough for common tasks at that resolution, but chokes with playing 1080p video and certain 3D games. Anyone buying the extra-large Aquos Phone will mostly be choosing it for the good battery life, the camera and that killer price, the site says. We’ll admit to being slightly disappointed at such a pedestrian fate for Sharp’s screen so soon into its lifespan, although we suspect performance-minded Muscovites could get a chance at a much faster HTC Deluxe in the near future.
HTC and Verizon’s brief presentation wrapped up not long ago, which can only mean one thing — nearly all the members of the press leapt from their seats and made a beeline for the demo units for some precious hands-on time.
Of all the things the DNA has going for it, I honestly didn’t expect its weight to be what jumped out at me first — it weighs in at under 5 ounces, which is a surprising change of pace for HTC. Longtime readers may know that I’m sort of a sucker for the reassuring weight that HTC’s smartphones tend to have, but credit where credit is due — that HTC managed to squeeze everything into such a light package is pretty impressive. What’s more, the DNA is a remarkably grippable little guy considering the fact that it sports a 5-inch display of all things. It’s just about as thick as Samsung’s Galaxy Note II phablet (which, if you’ll recall, sports an even bigger 5.5-inch panel), but manages to feel slimmer than it looks because of some smartly tapered edges.
For a device that was meant to bring Verizon’s Droid line “back to its roots,” the DNA is awfully conservative when it comes to design. Gone are the funky little ridges seen on devices like the HTC Rezound, as are the peculiar, almost topographical raised sections on the original two Droid Incredibles. Instead, the only bits of personality to be found here are the red-tinged grilles that run along the DNA’s left and right edges. They’re a handsome touch to be sure, but the design may otherwise be a tad too minimal for some.
The Super LCD3 screen, as you would imagine, is pretty damn amazing. After taking off my glasses and getting right in there, I’m happy to report that it’s nearly impossible to pick out individual pixels. Verizon has a nasty (if understandable) tendency of loading their devices up with lurid red images and wallpapers, but firing up the browser and looking at other photos revealed vivid (but not oversaturated) colors and great viewing angles. Sure, the display can’t produce the sorts of deep, sumptuous blacks that an AMOLED panel can, but right now I’d gladly take the DNA’s screen over the Galaxy S III’s.
It’s always a little tough to get a concrete sense of performance with such a limited amount of hands-on time, but the DNA seemed plenty snappy thanks to its strong spec sheet and the buttery improvements found in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. I couldn’t help but load up Quadrant onto the thing to get a feel for the sort of horsepower it has under the hood, and came away rather impressed — it consistently saw scores in the high 7,000s, while stock devices like the Galaxy S III and the HTC One X tend to top out in the mid-5,000s. In short, the DNA’s got game.
As undeniably solid as the device is, there are still more than few questions that can’t be answered just yet. The biggest in my mind is battery life — the DNA packs a sealed 2,020mAh, but the toll resulting from a huge, bright display and that Snapdragon S4 Pro chipset remains to be seen. Fear not, though — a more in-depth review of the device is in the works.Related Posts:
Question by AM: Can Motorola Xoom play 1080p smoothly ? Hey guys I’m just confused, there are lots of Android tablets out there o_O I think Xoom is the one that fits me but I wanna know can it play 1080p smoothly with no lagging ? and also can it play MKV FULL HD with no lagging ? I heard that there is a version of VLC on Android Can it play MKV with subtitles and HD ? Thanks ^_^
Answer by Prislia LiaNope, my friend just bought it and it’s lag when playin 1080 P mkv on rock player (there is no hardware decode option on 1080 p), but it’s run 720 p smooth
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