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Of all the new Nikons announced today, the P310 is likely to be one of the most popular. Its 4.2x (24-100mm) focal length may not deliver the big bad zoom of the P510, and it can't do RAW like the P7100, but it compensates with some serious optical features instead. Among them is improved image sta

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February 1, 2012 at 9:28AM
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This evening's Nikon post is presented in partnership with the letter P. The Coolpix P-series welcomed a new pair today, with point-and-shoots that \"pack a potent punch... and powerful performance\" -- and a plentiful portion of P, as you'll notice in the press release past the break. The Coolpix P51

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LG may not have strayed to far from the outward appearance of the XNOTE P300 with its new P310 model, but it looks to have given the \"premium\" laptop a decent enough upgrade under the hood, with it now finally getting bumped up to the Centrino 2 platform. That upgrade also includes a speedier 2.53G

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Samsung's P310 -- the so-called \"credit card phone\" -- is still enough to turn heads in these parts, but the Korean manufacturer is busting out some considerably fancier units to celebrate Beijing's 2008 Olympics. China Mobile will be picking up the P318+ (or that's our guess, anyway, on account of

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Without having used them, we've always assumed that Samsung's so-called \"credit card phones\" -- the SGH-P310 and the P300 before it -- were novelties more than they were usable phones. After all, the shape is a bit strange to be holding to your head, and the sheer level of miniaturization going on

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Granted, Samsung sends the lion's share of their handsets through the FCC's labs whether they're destined for North American shores or not, but we still can't help but stir a little to see their nifty P310 get a stamp of approval.The P310 is the successor to the P300, mercifully getting a makeover t

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Now that they've mastered the fine art of fitting a phone's guts roughly into the outline of a credit card, Samsung is turning their attention to beautifying the whole affair with the SGH-P310. Like the P300 before it, the P310 could theoretically squeeze into some wallets (though we certainly don'

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