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by Brad Soo on May 14

The HP Folio 13 is a great 13.3 inch slim notebook, measuring a mere 0.7 inches. It competes nicely with the MacBook Air with a 1.6 GHz Intel Core i5 processor and 128 GB solid state drive. We’ve been tipped off that this notebook costs $734 for the next ONE HOUR only ($135 off its normal $869 price tag). So what are you waiting for? Grab it now. Inventory is limited too; 20% of it has already […]

by Brad Soo on February 26

After months in the pipeline, dpinterface is finally proud to unveil our new site design. Nearly 7 years ago, dpinterface launched as a resource geared towards regular folks, like you and me, shopping for a camera. We wanted to give our readers as much information as possible in our in-depth reviews but without having to wade through complicated camera jargon and a sea of multiple pages.
As dpinterface is about to turn 7 years old in April, we’re proud to say […]

New Year 2012! And some site updates…
by Brad Soo on January 6

First off, here’s a (slightly belated) Happy New Year 2012! It’s a brand new year and I’ve got lots of news and updates to share with you.
This week’s going to be a busy one as the CES 2012 show will be kicking off during the weekends in Las Vegas, which naturally means a lot of new camera announcements… Samsung got the ball rolling a few days ago with the announcement of the year, followed by Fujifilm and their landslide of […]

Trend of growing megapixels but better image quality
by Brad Soo on November 6

Cameras in today’s market are becoming increasingly versatile as technology improves. Cameras are getting more compact with larger zoom lenses and better image quality. A good example of this would be usable ISO speeds for acceptable image quality; a few years back, ISO 200 on a compact camera would be as high as one would dare to go if they wanted a decent photo quality, but nowadays, pushing things to ISO 800 or beyond is possible and with more megapixels […]

This Week on DPInterface: July 6 to July 10, 2011
by Brad Soo on July 6

Hey all, how’s your day going? To our readers in US/Canada, hope you guys had a great Canada Day + July 4th weekend. In case you missed it, we posted our review of the Olympus Stylus Tough 3000 (yup, straight out of our ‘better late than never’ file). But fear not, we’re (re)starting our engines and will be bringing you the latest in camera news and reviews.
And we’ve in fact got several reviews up and coming this week.

Soon: Fujifilm […]

DPI is covering CES 2011
by Brad Soo on January 4

For the first time ever, DP Interface will be covering the Consumer Electronics Show for 2011 directly from the show floor. Yes, that’s right folks, I’m back, and I’m in Vegas. I will be attending several pre-show press conferences tomorrow so expect full coverage of the latest digital cameras and photography gear for 2011! And happy new year to all our readers!

DPI Four-point-oh
by Brad Soo on October 29

We’ve recently launched our brand new site design. DPI 4.0 will focus more on reader experience with a more streamlined design with even less clutter. As we move towards the holiday season, we’ll be pushing out more reviews once again. Also look out for new site features and design fine-tuning in November. Got a suggestion? Send them in by emailing me or commenting on this post =) !!

Low-light Canon Digital ELPH/Digital IXUS announced
by Brad Soo on May 11

New to the Digital ELPH (AKA Digital IXUS) line-up is the all-new Canon PowerShot SD4000 Digital ELPH (also known as the Canon Digital IXUS 300 HS). Unlike your average compact camera, this one’s pretty unique - it combines the “wide and fast” 3.8X zoom lens with a starting aperture of f2.0 (first seen in Canon’s own PowerShot S90) along with manual exposure controls (a rarity in Canon’s IXUS/ELPH line) and a new back-illuminated CMOS image sensor (which has found […]

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