A Look At The Processor And Media Features Present On The New Motorola Razr

When casting your eyes over the Motorola Razr for the first time it is evident that you are looking at a premium smartphone thanks to its thin chassis and extremely high quality screen. Here we delve a little deeper on this new model and take a look under the bonnet to see what specification it offers to help it compete with the likes of Apple and Samsung in the ever changing smartphone market.

Media fans will love what the features that the Motorola Razr offers. As a digital still camera the phones provides great quality photographs thanks to it being able to capture images at a very high 8 million pixel resolution. This quality is the benchmark for premium models and is offered on other reputable handsets such as the iPhone 4S and the HTC Sensation XL. As you would expect a wealth of useful features are present in the camera mode to help you achieve fantastic results. These features include auto focus to help reduce the likelihood of a blurred image and an LED flash for those tricky shots when lighting is not ideal. If you would rather capture video footage the Razr offers the highest level of HD capture from its 1080P resolution facility. The video facility incorporates image stabilisation technology to help the results look smooth and professional whether you are watching on the phones own screen or transferring to a larger display. A secondary camera is also featured on this model which enables HD video calls to be conducted as well as self portraits.

The Motorola Razr offers a powerful 1.2Ghz dual core processor together with a hefty 1GB of RAM memory. This processor allows the phone to operate at lightening speeds and the dual cores ensure that multi tasking does not hinder the phones performance in anyway. These figures certainly look impressive and eclipse the sort of processor specification that is offered on the iPhone 4S which is a very fast phone. Last year Motorola launched the Atrix phone which benefitted from a range of accessories that helped the device perform a variety of tasks. The Razr offers similar facilities and the most useful may prove to be the new Webtop station. This links to a High Definition TV and enables you to use the phone like a media centre on the big screen. This is great for browsing the web, sending messages or streaming video. All of these tasks can be performed whilst the phone is charging.

The Motorola Razr impressed us with its looks and continues to do so with its excellent specification and features. The powerful processor makes this one of the fastest phones around whilst the great multi media features ensure this phone competes with some of the best models currently available.

How to Present Your Work History, Education, Awards and Personal Interests on Your Resume

This is the information common to all resume formats, and the most boring. No different format, font type or size etc. makes these sections of your resume, any more exciting. They are important, but be very careful of the wording used, how and what you emphasize.

Unless you have just finished school, and have no work history to speak about, start with the education section. Additional [online?] training courses, community education programs, etc. can be combined here, with the heading, “Education and Training,” or something similar.

List your education, starting with the most recent. Highlight the degree, and major, followed by the school, especially if it is well-known. Whether you include year of graduation is a personal preference, but realize it could provide a clue to your age. However, since schools have gone online, more and more adults, over 40, are earning degrees, so dates don’t necessarily mean anything.

If you are a current student, add the above, but this time include the expected date of graduation, or even some such phrase that indicates you only have 3 credits, or 2 classes to complete, before graduating.

Don’t include high school, unless you are 18 through 20, with no college whatsoever, but did well in high school, especially coursework related to your targeted job.

Only list GPA if you graduated recently, are still in school, it’s above 3.2. Include honors regardless of when you graduated. Examples may look like:

Bachelor of Arts in English, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Northwestern University, IL

Or

Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
American InterContinental University-online
Currently attending, will graduate 1/2012
3.7/4/0 GPA

Obviously, there are as many ways to state these, as there are degrees to state!

List work experience starting with your present or most recent job. Company name, city, state, dates you worked there, title of job, and description of your role. This can be done in countless ways, so here are some examples:

Abc Company, Inc., Madison, WI ยท 2006 – 2009
King of the World
Managed and oversaw all store functions. Addressed customers’ needs…
Developed marketing strategies, which increased sales 20% over previous year.

Or

ABC Company, Inc. Madison, WI 6/2006 – 4/2007
King of the World
Managed and oversaw…

Or

2008 to 2010 King of the World, ABC Company, Madison, WI
Managed and oversaw…

There are limitless ways to do this, but the most important thing to remember is, be consistent. Make sure your type fonts, sizes, spaces, etc. are the same throughout.

Other categories, such as awards, memberships, certifications, etc. can be grouped together, under a “Miscellaneous” title, or, if you have numerous certifications, for instance, you can include them on a standalone basis. Just remember, anything miscellaneous, must be relevant to the job or profession you are seeking, and not that you enjoy playing baseball. Employers don’t care about that, and assume you have a life and interests outside of work.

5 Inexpensive Birthday Presents for the Grandparents

When buying a gift for grandparents, people will usually have difficulty choosing what to give because grandparents have accumulated many things over their lifetime. Consequently, before you buy grandparents a gift you need to think of something that suits their circumstances and interests, or which might emphasise their outstanding role to the extended family. If a grandchild gives the gift, then a handmade gift could be an excellent choice. Grandparents have a special bond with their grandchildren and will always welcome a gift from a grandchild.

Custom-made doormat
You can give a customized doormat specially made by an artist with a special message for your grandparents like, “Grandchildren Loved Here”. The doormat’s main colour could reflect their favourite colour and possibly match the colour scheme of the room, and with the message running on the edges in one or two lines this would create a unique mat. Another suggestion might be a tapestry bedside mat made in fluffy and soft yarn with a similar message – they will remember you each morning they get out of bed and step on the soft and fluffy mat.

Personalised canvas art
Get an artwork in canvas and personalise it with your chosen title, telling your grandparents how much you love and care for them. Stretch the completed canvas in wood and package with a hanger or encase it in an exotic frame. Treat the canvas to withstand ultra violet light and to resist environmental damage that includes moisture, so it will remain intact for years to come.

Portrait photo
You can obtain a picture of your grandparents on a vacation or at a recent family gathering and get an artist to sketch paint or draw a portrait of the couple. This will make a unique gift that they will love and cherish. You can get a list of artists available in your locality through the Internet and possibly have the option of placing the order online.

Custom made car number plate

A customised car number plate will be a great reminder that you love and care for your grandparents, and will proclaim to everyone that someone thinks well of them. Get an appropriate number to convey your message.

Give them a day out
Giving your grandparents a day out doing their favourite pastime activity is a great birthday present. If your Grandfather loves fishing you can take him to the local river or lake for a fishing afternoon, followed by a meal. On the other hand, you can treat your Grandmother to a gallery displaying her favourite pastime, for example, if she loves knitting, take her to a “knitting and crocheting” exhibition and she may even learn one or two new skills.