Dreamweaver Shortcuts

I am again come up with a new way to manage your websites easily in dreamweaver by using the keyboard shortcuts. It will help you in cutting your time while creating a web page.

Have a look @ it and enjoy dreamweavering

Shortcut Action
Delete Clear contents selected
Down Arrow Move selected layer down by one pixel
End Move to the end of the current line
Enter Create a New Paragraph
F1 Using Dreamweaver Help Topics
F10 Show/Hide Code Inspector
F11 Show/Hide Assets Panel
F12 Preview in the Primary Browser
F2 Rename selected file
F2 Show/Hide Layers Palette
F3 Find next or Find Again
F5 Refresh Design View and in site menu
F8 View site files
F9 Show/Hide Tag Inspector
Home Move to the start of the current line
Left Arrow Move selected layer to the left by one pixel
Page Down Moves the active screen down
Page Up Moves the active screen up
Right Arrow Move selected layer to the right by one pixel
Tab Move to next cell- or add a new row if in the last cell
Up Arrow Move selected layer up by one pixel
Alt F1 Show/Hide the Answers Palette
Alt F12 Debug in Primary Browser
Alt F4 Close Dreamweaver
Alt F5 Refresh remote pane
Alt F8 View Site map
Alt F9 Show/Hide Timeline Palette
Alt Left Arrow Select previous frame or framset
Alt Right Arrow Select next frame or framset
Alt Up Arrow Select Parent Frameset
Shift Delete Cut selected item
Shift Down Arrow Select a line downwards
Shift End Select everything from the cursor to the end of the line
Shift Enter Insert a Line Break
Shift F1 Reference for selected Tag
Shift F10 Show/Hide History Palette
Shift F11 Show/Hide CSS styles
Shift F12 Preview in the Secondary Browser
Shift F2 Show/Hide Frames Palette
Shift F3 Show/Hide Behaviours Palettes
Shift F5 Refresh local pane
Shift F6 Validate HTML Markup
Shift F7 Check Spelling
Shift F8 Check selected links
Shift F9 Open Snippets Panel
Shift Home Select everything from the cursor to the beginning of the line
Shift Insert Paste contents of the clipboard
Shift Left Arrow Select one character to the left
Shift Page Down Select about a screen view downwards
Shift Page Up Select about a screen view upwards
Shift Right Arrow Select one character to the right
Shift Tab Move to previous cell
Shift Up Arrow Select a line upwards
F4 Hide or Reveal Palettes. This is a toggle switch.
Ctrl ‘ Switch between Code View and Design View
Ctrl ‘ Balance Braces
Ctrl — Zoom out of site map
Ctrl [ Select Parent Tag
Ctrl ] Select Child
Ctrl ++ Zoom in to Site Map
Ctrl 0 Change formatting to None
Ctrl 1 Apply Heading style 1
Ctrl 2 Apply Heading style 2
Ctrl 3 Apply Heading style 3
Ctrl 4 Apply Heading style 4
Ctrl 5 Apply Heading style 5
Ctrl 6 Apply Heading style 6
Ctrl A Select All
Ctrl A Select the whole table- with cursor within the table
Ctrl Arrow Keys Resize layer by one pixel in relevant direction
Ctrl B Embolden selected text
Ctrl Backspace Delete the previous Word
Ctrl C Copy selected item
Ctrl C Copy selected text or File
Ctrl D Duplicate File
Ctrl Delete delete the next word
Ctrl Down Arrow Go to the next paragraph
Ctrl E Insert Tag
Ctrl End Move to end of Code
Ctrl F Find selected text
Ctrl F1 Using Coldfusion Help topics
Ctrl F10 Show/Hide Bindings Panel
Ctrl F11 Show/Hide HTML styles
Ctrl F2 Hide/Show the Toolbar
Ctrl F3 Show/Hide the Properties Panel
Ctrl F5 Edit Tag in Design View
Ctrl F6 To turn Layout Mode On or Off
Ctrl F7 Show/Hide Components
Ctrl F8 Check links Sitewide
Ctrl F9 Show/Hide Server Behaviours
Ctrl G Go To
Ctrl H Replace
Ctrl Home Move to top of Code
Ctrl I Italicise selected text
Ctrl J Page Properties
Ctrl L Create hyperlink on the selected object
Ctrl Left Arrow Go to previous Word
Ctrl M Insert a new row above the current row
Ctrl N Creates a New Document
Ctrl O Open an HTML file
Ctrl P Print Code or print Design View
Ctrl Q Close Dreamweaver
Ctrl R Live Data View
Ctrl Right Arrow Go to Next word
Ctrl S Save active file
Ctrl Spacebar Show Code Hints
Ctrl Spacebar Defer table update
Ctrl T Open Quick Tag Editor
Ctrl Tab Toggle between open documents from left to right
Ctrl U Preferences (Edit-Preferences)
Ctrl Up Arrow Go to the previous paragraph
Ctrl V Paste contents of the clipboard
Ctrl V Pastes the copied text or File
Ctrl W Close the active open file
Ctrl X Cut selected item
Ctrl X Cut selected text or File
Ctrl Y Redo previously undone action
Ctrl Z Undo previous action
Ctrl + Alt A Insert a Named Anchor
Ctrl + Alt B Toggle Breakpoint
Ctrl + Alt F12 Debug in Secondary Browser
Ctrl + Alt G Show/Hide Grid
Ctrl + Alt I Insert an Image
Ctrl + Alt M merge selected cells
Ctrl + Alt R Show/Hide Rulers
Ctrl + Alt S Split selected cell
Ctrl + Alt T Insert a Table
Ctrl + Shift – Delete the current column
Ctrl + Shift [ Decrease Column Span
Ctrl + Shift ] Increase Column Span
Ctrl + Shift < Outdent Code
Ctrl + Shift > Indent Code
Ctrl + Shift 1 Align selected layers to the left
Ctrl + Shift 3 Align selected layers to the right
Ctrl + Shift 4 Align selected layers to the top
Ctrl + Shift 6 Align selected layers to the bottom
Ctrl + Shift 7 Make selected layers the same width
Ctrl + Shift 9 Make selected layers the same height
Ctrl + Shift A Insert a new column to the left of the current one
Ctrl + Shift B Add selected items to library
Ctrl + Shift C Copy HTML whilst in Design View
Ctrl + Shift D Get selected files or folders from Remote Site
Ctrl + Shift End Select from cursor to end of Code
Ctrl + Shift F Open results and Search panel
Ctrl + Shift F10 Show/Hide Databases Panel
Ctrl + Shift F11 Open results and Site Reports panel
Ctrl + Shift F12 Open results and FTP log panel
Ctrl + Shift F5 Open results and Server Debug panel
Ctrl + Shift F6 To toggle between open documents in Standard View
Ctrl + Shift F7 Open results and validation panel
Ctrl + Shift F8 Open results and target browser check panel
Ctrl + Shift F9 Open results and link checker panel
Ctrl + Shift G Server Debug
Ctrl + Shift H Show/Hide Head Content
Ctrl + Shift Home Select from cursor to top of Code
Ctrl + Shift I Show/Hide Visual Aids
Ctrl + Shift J Compress selected object tag
Ctrl + Shift K Link to existing file in Site Map
Ctrl + Shift L Remove hyperlink on the selected object
Ctrl + Shift M Delete the current row
Ctrl + Shift N Create new file
Ctrl + Shift N Link to new file in Site Map
Ctrl + Shift O Open a document in a Frame
Ctrl + Shift P Change formatting to Paragraph Format
Ctrl + Shift R View Live Data
Ctrl + Shift R View as root
Ctrl + Shift S Save As
Ctrl + Shift Spacebar Insert a Non Breaking Space
Ctrl + Shift Tab Toggle between open documents from right to left
Ctrl + Shift U Put selected files or folders to Remote site
Ctrl + Shift V Paste HTML whilst in Design View
Ctrl + Shift W Close ALL
Ctrl + Shift Z Redo previously undone action
Ctrl + Shift + Alt C Centre align current paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Alt D Check out selected files or folders
Ctrl + Shift + Alt F5 Connect if disconnected or disconnect if connected
Ctrl + Shift + Alt G Snap to Grid
Ctrl + Shift + Alt J Align Justify current paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Alt L Left align current paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Alt N Create new Folder
Ctrl + Shift + Alt O Open selection
Ctrl + Shift + Alt R Right align current paragraph
Ctrl + Shift + Alt U Check in selected files or folders

The CERN experiment – Big Bang Collider completes first test

The world’s largest particle collider passed its first major tests by firing two beams of protons in opposite directions around a 17-mile (27-kilometre) underground ring on Wednesday in what scientists hope is the next great step to understanding the makeup of the universe.

The start of the collider was described by scientists from the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, known by its French acronym CERN, as the biggest physics experiment in history using the most complicated scientific instrument ever built.

After a series of trial runs, two white dots flashed on a computer screen at 10:26 a.m. (0826 GMT) indicating that the protons had travelled clockwise along the full length of the 3.8 (b) billion US dollar Large Hadron Collider – described as the biggest physics experiment in history. (Watch).

Cheers erupted from the assembled scientists, including project leader Lyn Evans, in the collider’s control room at the Swiss-French border when the beam completed its lap.

Champagne corks popped in labs as far away as Chicago, where contributing scientists watched the proceedings by satellite.

Five hours later, scientists successfully fired a beam counterclockwise.

Physicists around the world now have much greater power to smash the components of atoms together in attempts to learn about their structure.

Robert Aymar, director-general of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, congratulated and thanked the assembled scientists in the collider’s control room at the Swiss-French border after the second beam completed its circular journey.

The organisation, known by its French acronym CERN, began firing the protons – a type of subatomic particle – around the tunnel in stages less than an hour earlier, with the first beam injection at 9:35 a.m. (0735 GMT).

Eventually two beams will be fired at the same time in opposite directions with the aim of recreating conditions a split second after the big bang, which scientists theorise was the massive explosion that created the universe.

“My first thought was relief,” said Evans, who has been working on the project since its inception in 1984. “This is a machine of enormous complexity. Things can go wrong at any time.”

He didn’t want to set a date, but said that he expected scientists would be able to conduct collisions for their experiments “within a few months.”

Schuhkraft, speaking from the Alice Control Room, was impressed with the enormous achievement of the test beam.

“I think I should also congratulate the machine. We were really not expecting to get the first beam twice after less than one hour because we saw actually the beam even three times around now the detectors and that was really a big feat thanks to the machine,” he said.

The collider is designed to push the proton beam close to the speed of light, whizzing 11,000 times a second around the tunnel.

Scientists hope to eventually send two beams of protons through two tubes about the width of fire hoses, speeding through a vacuum that is colder and emptier than outer space

The paths of these beams will cross, and a few protons will collide.

The collider’s two largest detectors – essentially huge digital cameras weighing thousands of tons – are capable of taking millions of snapshots a second.

The CERN experiments could reveal more about “dark matter,” antimatter and possibly hidden dimensions of space and time. It could also find evidence of the hypothetical particle – the Higgs boson – which is sometimes called the “God particle” because it is believed to give mass to all other particles, and thus to matter that makes up the universe.

The supercooled magnets that guide the proton beam heated slightly in the morning’s first test, leading to a pause to recool them before trying the opposite direction.

The start of the collider came over the objections of some who feared the collision of protons could eventually imperil the Earth by creating micro-black holes, subatomic versions of collapsed stars whose gravity is so strong they can suck in planets and other stars.

James Gillies, chief spokesman for CERN dismissed this as nonsense before Wednesday’s start.
CERN was backed by leading scientists like Britain’s Stephen Hawking , who declared the experiments to be absolutely safe.

Gillies said that the most dangerous thing that could happen would be if a beam at full power were to go out of control, and that would only damage the accelerator itself and burrow into the rock around the tunnel.

Nothing of the sort occurred on Wednesday, though the accelerator is still probably a year away from full power.

The project organised by the 20 European member nations of CERN has attracted researchers from 80 nations.

Some 1,200 are from the United States, an observer country that contributed 531 (m) million US dollar. Japan, another observer, is a major contributor.

Some scientists have been waiting for 20 years to use the LHC.

The complexity of manufacturing it required groundbreaking advances in the use of supercooled, superconducting equipment. The 2001 start and 2005 completion dates were pushed back by two years each, and the cost of the construction was 25 percent higher than originally budgeted in 1996, CERN’s director-general at the time said.

Smaller colliders have been used for decades to study the makeup of the atom. Less than 100 years ago scientists thought protons and neutrons were the smallest components of an atom’s nucleus, but in stages since then experiments have shown they were made of still smaller quarks and gluons and that there were other forces and particles.

Source: www.ndtv.com

Intel builds fastest processor ever

Intel announced on February the 11th that it has built a computer that is capable of performing 1 trillion calculations per second!

The reason behind this enormous jump in performance is a new approach of stacking memory in three dimensions directly on top of the chip, which makes the transfers really fast.

Although it’s not ready for the current x86 architecture PCs this new technology will become available in 5 years or less. Also it only consumes 62 watts of energy, which is quite impressive, considering that my own computer’s processor consumes more than that.

Although it’s release it’s still distant, this proves that there is still plenty of running to do in the never ending processor race.

2008 Ferrari






Nokia – Connecting People

Nokia E51

Nokia E51

Key Features

  • Thin design loaded with features to help balance your business and leisure time
  • Access your email while on the go with support for most leading corporate and personal email applications
  • Browse the web and email with high speed 3G, HSDPA, or WLAN connection
  • Make lower cost voice calls over the internet with the built-in WLAN
  • Stay connected to the people and information you need with a long battery life and large internal memory
  • Take pictures and capture video with the 2 megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom
  • Listen to the latest hits with FM Visual Radio or play your favorite tunes on the MP3 music player

Operating Frequency

  • GSM 850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA 850/2100 MHz


  • Dimensions: 114.8 x 46 x 12 mm
  • Weight: 100 g
  • Volume: 61 cc


  • 2″ (240 x 320 pixels), active-matrix color display supports up to 16 million colors

User Interface

  • S60 3.1 Edition
  • 5-way navigation key, two soft keys, and send and end call keys
  • Nokia Eseries keys for quick access to contacts, calendar, email, and the device’s home screen (Active standby)
  • Enhanced Active standby for business: gives you quick access to your favorite applications and a summary of the day’s activities, right from your device’s main screen
  • Mute key and volume keys on the right side
  • Push to talk*/voice recorder key on the left side
  • Power key on top of the device
  • Ambient light sensor
  • LED indicator light for new email and SMS/MMS messages, and missed call indication

*Support for this feature varies by region

Camera & Video

  • 2 megapixel camera with 4 x digital zoom for high quality still imaging and video capture
  • Video streaming and playback with H.264 (MPEG-4), 3gpp, and Real codecs
  • Video recording in H.263 (3gpp) and MPEG-4
  • Video calling


  • MP3 music player
  • Compatible with Bluetooth stereo headsets
  • FM Visual Radio: lets you see information about songs or artists, and read up on celebrity news

Memory Functions

  • Up to 130 MB of user data memory
  • Expandable up to 4 GB with hot swappable microSD card

Messaging & E-Mail

  • Email with support for POP3, IMAP4, and SMTP protocols, attachment viewers, dedicated email key, and LED indicator for new email messages
  • Email support for a wide variety of third-party solutions including: Mail for Exchange, Visto Mobile, and Seven Always-on
  • Option to select desired email account to read/write messages from
  • Instant messaging (supports Yahoo, AOL, OMA 1.2, MSN)
  • SMS text messages
  • MMS for sending messages with pictures, video clips, and audio clips attached


  • Java™ MIDP 2.0 applications
  • Nokia Office Tools 2.0 including Nokia Team Suite, In-device Search, Quickoffice, Macromedia PDF reader, Zip manager, File manager, and Active Notes:
    • Nokia Team Suite provides easy to use UI for organizing and facilitating group conference calls, email messages, or text messages
    • In-device Search enables user to easily find data in device. For example, messages, email calendar data, and contacts can be searched easily via this application
    • Quickoffice provides viewers for Microsoft Excel©, Word© and PowerPoint© documents
    • Macromedia PDF reader enables user to view PDF documents
    • Zip manager provides means for managing ZIP files received – for example, as an email attachment
    • File manager for accessing data on user disk or memory card
    • Active Notes enable users to create notes containing rich text and multimedia items (e.g. pictures, voice clips, video clips). Notes can be synchronized to PC and browsed there via any XHTML compatible web browser
  • Download! Tool for easy application downloads straight to your device
  • Voice solutions: support for Nokia Intellisync Call Connect for Cisco, Nokia Intellisync Call Connect for Alcatel (all sold separately)
  • Nokia Maps application integrated into device
  • Support for Nokia Intellisync Mobile Suite with email, file synchronization, voice, and device management
  • Support for Symantec, F-Secure, McAfee, and Trend Micro antivirus software. Applications are available via Download! Tool
  • Support for Pointsec encryption security application. Application is available via Download! Tool
  • Worldmate: an application with weather, world clocks, and a currency converter to assist you while traveling. Application is available via Download! Tool
  • Supports Windows Live providing mobile access to Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Search, Windows Live Spaces, Windows Live Hotmail. Application is available via Download! Tool
  • Yahoo! Go: get your email, news, maps, and more all from the same customized webpage. Application is available via Download! Tool


  • Supports MP3, MPEG-4, AAC, eAAC+, WMA, AMR-NB, and AMR-WB formats


  • Integrated WLAN (IEEE 802.11g) with WLAN wizard: searches for available WLAN networks
  • Bluetooth 2.0 specification with enhanced data rate (EDR)
  • Micro USB connector, USB 2.0 full-speed
  • 2.5 mm Nokia A/V connector
  • IrDA (115 kbps)

Data Transfer

  • GPRS/EGPRS (Class A, multi-slot class 32)
  • Dual mode transfer multi-slot class 11 for simultaneous voice calls and browsing
  • HSDPA (high-speed downlink protocol access) up to 3.6 Mbit/s (3G)
  • Local data synchronization with Nokia PC Suite.

Voice Features

  • Push to talk (PTT or PoC)*
  • Integrated handsfree speakerphone
  • Voice over IP (VoIP) using WLAN
  • Voice recorder
  • Text-to-speech feature: hear your messages read aloud to you from your device

*Not available in the US and Canada

Device Management Support

  • Nokia Intellisync Device Management (sold separately)
  • OMA (Open Mobile Appliance) Device Management 1.1.2
  • OMA Client Provisioning 1.1
  • OMA Data synchronization 1.2 (no email)

Power Management

Battery Talk time Standby time
Battery BP-6MT Up to 4.4 hours Up to 13 days

Operation times vary depending on radio access technology, network, and usage.

Product Legal Notice

Copyright © 2007 Nokia. All rights reserved.

Nokia, Nokia Connecting People and Pop-Port and E51 are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation. Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or trade names of their respective owners.

Nokia operates a policy of continuous development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice.

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

The availability of particular products, services and features may vary by region. Please check with the Nokia dealer nearest you.

Services and some features may be dependent on the network and/or SIM card as well as on the compatibility of the devices used and the content formats supported.

Some services, like the email, may require a separate subscription. Contact your service providers for availability and further details.

Operation times vary depending on network and usage.

The XHTML browser is designed for browsing content in XHTML format and can be used to view pages that support this format. Appearance may vary due to the limited screen size and some details of the page may not be visible.

Please check roaming agreement availability with your network operator.

The availability of some features and technologies, like the Bluetooth wireless technology and voice over internet protocol technology may vary by country and the related services and/or products are not approved for importation or use everywhere. Please check with the local authorities.

The Nokia E51 business device’s display supports a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The image resolution in the product material may appear different.

The availability of the product and its features depends on your area and service providers, so please contact them and your Nokia dealer for further information. These specifications are subject to change without notice.



Moto Razr 2

Sharper Than Ever


The MOTORAZR2 brings the revolutionary RAZR form to a new level of sophistication and function. Packed with powerhouse features, this unbelievably strong stainless steel structure feeds the appetite for music, browsing, email and video. With an impossibly sleek profile that’s slimmer than the original RAZR, MOTORAZR2 makes faster connections and features bigger, more brilliant screens. You get all the style plus all the power with the new MOTORAZR2.

The RAZR 2 comes in three different variations. The V8 will be a quad-band GSM/EDGE phone. It uses Motorola’s Linux-Java user interface. The V9 is the 3G HSDPA model, but it reverts to Motorla’s older Synergy UI. It is also quad-band GSM, plus HSDPA 850/1900 in the US version. Also using the Synergy platform is the CDMA EV-DO variant, the V9m.

They all share a similar build. The form factor is sleek, smooth, shiny and definitely thin. Motorola shaved 2 mm off the size of the original RAZR and slimmed the GSM and CDMA RAZR 2s to just 12 mm thick. But as the RAZR2 got thinner, it also got slightly larger, as though Motorola’s designers just pushed down on the RAZR and let the volume ooze out a bit.

As shiny as it was, it did an excellent job of collecting fingerprints and smudge marks; the RAZR 2 is not alone in this respect, though. The pictures below show off how much of a fingerprint magnet this phone is. (No, this phone isn’t sitting under dirty glass – those smudges are on the phone.)

Certain Bluetooth features including those listed may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or the functionality of such features may be limited in certain devices, or by certain wireless carriers. Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality.

The top surface is polished metal, but the back has a somewhat textured paint job, similar to the RAZR maxx. The sides of the phone were slightly different depending on which model you looked at. Some had a fine golf-ball texture. Others were simply smooth plastic.

The volume buttons are on the left side of the phone, as is the USB 2.0 port. The port is the new “micro” variation of USB. Yes, this means you will need to buy even more cables. Depending on which version of the RAZR 2 you have, it will or will not include a MicroSD memory card slot. The ones that have a slot (V9 and V9m) have a typical amount of on-board memory (45 – 65 MB). The V8 lacks an expansion slot, but makes up for it with ample built-in memory. The initial version of the V8 will have 512 MB, but an update – and the version that should ship in the US – sports an impressive 2GB of on-board memory.

The front exterior of the phone features a large 2-inch screen. Trust us when we say it’s big. It looks good. It was sharp and displayed crisp images and menus. It wasn’t exactly bright, though. In fact, the backlight is downright dim. The screen seems to be the rare reflective type, though, so it seemed like it would be readable even outdoors (though we didn’t have a chance to test it.) The outer screen can be used for taking pictures, reading text messages, replying to text messages using pre-set messages, scrolling through the phone’s contact list and more.

The outer display also features a new and unique type of touch interface that’s half soft-key and half touch-screen. Instead of soft keys below the display, the touch-sensitive soft keys are actually on the display. It’s like a touch-screen, except only part of the display is touch-sensitive. Making it so you only touch the bottom part helps keep fingerprints off the rest of the display, which is important on such a shiny, glossy phone. The buttons let you interact with whatever function of the phone you may be using, and provide micro-vibration feedback (haptics) whenever pressed. The haptics worked well and we had no trouble determining when we had pressed any of the buttons. You can see how the buttons labels change in the gallery above.

Inside, the keypad of the RAZR 2 was hardly discernible from that of the original RAZR, except perhaps slightly roomier. The action and fit and finish of the metal plating is very similar. Different versions of the phone had different keys here that take you to the music player or the camera. The V9 has a slightly smaller D-pad due to the addition of an extra key.

The hinge is made of machined aluminum. It was solid and strong and looked good, though it also collected smudge marks.

The interior screen is only slightly larger than the exterior screen at 2.2 inches. This screen looks very good, including ample brightness. It’s a definite improvement over the original RAZR’s screen. We were able to watch a full screen movie with the RAZR 2 in landscape mode. The movie flowed quickly and without any hiccups thanks to the RAZR 2’s much faster processor. According to Motorola, it has the new ARM 11 processor that operates at 500 MHz, which is 10 times faster than the original RAZR. This speed improvement is noticeable when zooming through the menu system. It wasn’t instantaneous, but it was very fast. Faster than many phones we’ve tried recently.


Using the camera UI to pan around the room a bit, it showed the red blazer of a Motorola staffer with accurate color. The camera UI itself was fairly quick. Taking a picture was almost instantaneous, but saving it to the phone took a little bit longer.

The Linux Java platform lets you move application icons to anywhere you want in the menus – including in and out of folders – just like on S60. Motorola also made the ability to re-arrange Synergy’s main menu easier to use.

We were able to hear music via the RAZR 2’s stereo speakers, but it would be unfair to really characterize the quality when the environment was so noisy. Still, what we heard seemed like good quality stereo sound coming from a phone.

All three major versions of the RAZR 2 will launch at least somewhere in the world by the end of August, and are planned for release in the US by “the end of summer.”

All in all, the RAZR 2 is a definite improvement over the original RAZR. Its design is more advanced and the upgraded feature set make it a promising performer.

Hiper PSU with USB port

Source Name :: Wassim


4 x USB port and 1 x portable device charger port.
Four independent 12V rails.
Complies with latest ATX12V v2.2 & EPS12V v2.91 form factors.
Fully compatible with AMD 64 bit and Intel LGA processors.
Active Power Factor Correction.( APFC)
Gold plated connectors for minimum power loss and optimal conductivity.
PCI-E, SATA, MOLEX with EZ-Grip, floppy, P8 & P4 connector.
Modular power cord (European model only).
20db under normal load.

Cables and Connectors






Rated Wattage

770 Watts

Peak Load

980 Watts

Switch Type



Auto Standby

ATX Logic


80 x 80 x 25 mm – R.P.M.

1800 ~ 3800 R.P.M.

Bearing Type

Dual Ball Bearing

Input Parameter

Voltage Range

100 – 240 V



Frequency Range

50-60 Hz

Form Factor







80% +

Output Parameter

+5V (± 5%)

0.5A – 30A

+12V 1 (± 5%)

0.5A – 16A

+12V 2 (± 5%)

0.5A – 16A

+12V 3 (± 5%)

0.5A – 16A

+12V 4 (± 5%)

0.5A – 18A

-12V (± 10%)

0A – 0.8A

+5VSB (± 5%)

0 – 3A

+3.3V (± 5%)

0.5 – 25A

Output Load Regulation

+12V 1 & +12V 2 +12V 3 & +12V 4

< 720 W

+3.3V & +5V

< 170 W

+3.3V, +5V & +12V

< 755 W

Output Voltage Protection


< 4.5V


< 6.5V


< 14.5V

Power Good Signal

Rise Time

< 10 ms

Signal On

100 – 500 ms

Signal Off

< 1 ms

Power Hold

18 ms min


Power Factor Correction




1.0 mm

Unit Size


180 x 150 x 86 mm

7.1″ x 5.9″ x 3.4″


Net Weight

3.4 Kg