Slender – Christmas Special

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This map was, like Carnival, only released in the Slenderman’s Shadow game, which costs AU$7, but unlike Carnival, this map was available in the Demo version, along with Sanatorium. This map is one of my favourites because, the Slender Man isn’t in the game. As me and probably many others thought, I thought that it was going to be Slender Man with a santa hat. But, it wasn’t, and it just is plain old Santa. But, it still is quite creepy, because when Santa gets close, he says “Ho, ho, ho!”, and this scares the life out of you if you don’t know he’s there. And when he kills you, he again says “Ho, ho, ho! Merry Christmas!”, which I think is better than the normal just static. When you start the game, you appear to be in Santa’s Workshop, and the buildings are all just present boxes, and a few of them have elf beds in them. The Christmas Special, I think, is one of the easiest maps, and even though I cannot complete it, I do seem to find the presents quite quickly. My high score on this map is 6/8 presents, but I will hopefully finish soon. I don’t know what the next Slender post will be, but I think it will be the Slender The Arrival Beta, or maybe even the full game. Who knows? No-one, but I’ll see you all in the next post!

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Apple – iPhone 4S

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As the iPhone 4S isn’t the newest iPhone anymore, there are no features for it.

Tech Specs

Size and Weight:

Height – 115.2 mm

Width – 58.6 mm

Depth – 9.3 mm

Weight – 140 grams

Capacity: 16 GB, the 32 and 64 GB models were discontinued upon the release of the iPhone 5.

Display:

– 3.5-inch (diagonal) widescreen Multi-Touch display

– 960 x 640 pixel resolution

Camera, Photos and Video:

BACK CAMERA

– 8MP photos

– LED flash

– HD video recording (1080p)

FRONT CAMERA

– VGA photos

– VGA quality video recording

Input and Output:

– 30-pin dock connector

– 3.5-mm stereo headphone minijack

– Built-in speaker

– Microphone

Controls    External Buttons and Controls             Connectors and Input/Output

     

Battery

Talk time (3G): Up to 8 hours

Talk time (2G): Up to 14 hours

Internet use (3G): Up to 6 hours

Internet use (Wi-Fi): Up to 9 hours

Audio playback: Up to 40 hours

Video playback: Up to 10 hours

Standby time: Up to 200 hours

Like the iPhone 4, Apple does not say how long it takes to charge…

Headphones: Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic

In the Box

– iPhone 4S

– Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic

– Dock Connector to USB Cable

– USB Power Adapter

– Documentation

It has been a while since I did a post, and just to let you know, Disturbed Zombie is back, and better than ever! After we finish these categories, we will start on Game Reviews and News. But, until then, the next Apple post will be…

the iPhone 5.

iPad mini VS iPad

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iPAD MINI VS iPAD

DIMENSIONS
The iPad mini lives up to its name

The iPad mini has around 60% of screen area that the iPad has. The iPad mini is also a lot thinner, measuring up at 0.4 mm thinner than the iPhone 5. The iPad is taller and wider, but this is only because the iPad minis borders are noticeably thinner, as you can see in this picture.

WEIGHT

The iPad mini is much lighter

The iPad mini is very light compared to the iPad 4 (this isn’t its actual name, but it might as well be). It is half the weight of its bigger counterpart.

WINNER: iPad mini

DISPLAY

The display advantage goes to the big one

Here is one of the bigger advantages for the iPad. Though the iPad minis 1024×768 should look very good in a 7.9-inch display, it’s nothing compared to the iPads 20148×1536, 9.7-inch display. The iPad has four times more pixels than the iPad mini, and has an extra 100 pixels in each inch.

WINNER: iPad

PROCESSOR

These clock speeds aren't confirmed, but the chips and cores are

This is another advantage for the iPad 4. It takes the iPhone 5s chip, and makes it quad-core, while the iPad mini takes the chip from the iPad 2. The iPad 2s chip speed was clocked at 1 GHz, which makes for a fair estimate for what the minis is. There have been rumours that the iPhone 5 has been clocked at 1.3 GHz, but none of these have been confirmed.

WINNER: iPad

RAM

These aren't confirmed either, but are the most likely numbers

The iPad mini has a fair amount of RAM, and the iPad 4 retains the 1 GB of RAM from the iPad 3. Although the iPad mini has lots of RAM, the iPad has to win.

WINNER: iPad

STORAGE
Apple kept things simple with storage

Some people predicted that Apple would release an 8 GB model that would be around AU$250, but Apple stuck with its usual choices.

WINNER: Draw

CELLULAR AND WIRELESS
No hard decisions here

No surprises here, with both the iPad and iPad mini offering Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi and 3G.

WINNER: Draw

CAMERA
Cameras are also a toss-up

The cameras are the same on both versions, and even though they both cannot compare to the top-end smartphones, they are pretty good for tablets.

WINNER: Draw

BATTERY

The iPad 4 has a much bigger battery, but uptimes may even out

The iPad has a much bigger battery, but because the iPad has to sustain four times the pixels, the battery life times pretty much even out.

WINNER: iPad

CONCLUSION

The iPad mini is a worthy adversary, but as you can see, the iPad is just so much better. The only thing that the iPad mini is better than the iPad in is the Weight, which is fairly obviously a category that the mini has to win. The only reason that you should get the iPad mini, is if you need a smaller version of the iPad, and something that is cheaper. There is a pretty obvious winner here.

WINNER: iPAD