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Anywhere we'll save but I really want TV in my -- process. They're -- -- is our inbox the hotly anticipated and just plain hot HTC one. Sharon vaknin and back with a cool accessory that -- go -- go 360. Plus inside the home of the future from touch enabled kitchen panels -- automated lighting and thermostats. Hope -- -- like we -- that always on is our I don't. Welcome valley on I am Molly Wood and I'm Jeff -- and this of this show that takes a look at the -- that's part of your life and your future. Okay now we've got -- a lot of phones on the show but it is very rare to come across -- on the one of our CNET editors. Calls the fastest most beautiful but he -- ever used that's right and right now we get to on box. The latest from HTC with the one I want. I am excited to see this done and I'm sure other people -- -- -- been delayed and then delayed again yes and it was delivered through the matrix because it's the ones we had to get absolutely. We has actually get this from our CNET editors in New York because it's so hard to get hands on some might not be and I tell you this because they know how you are about but boxing's. It may not be the most original packaging have her about what -- -- -- there this arrived moments ago and have enough yet. -- -- We are -- learning Geoff us old. Phone like the I love -- that -- perhaps an all out for us. Can hold both boost. Its icy -- on hand. So what ever I don't mind you I -- wish -- I feel it it's so Holden. It is it's like the embrace of an Android -- -- had metal back yeah this is really cool thing gaps in the beats audio -- -- -- beats -- -- previously -- the only thing it's light. It's light it's so gorgeous as Trojan on -- turn on my. I -- actually I'm having -- I'm getting over how nice this phone feels and images from him. -- -- -- Wouldn't that I had better and presumably that Cutler -- -- don't academic grew an honest -- actually marketing. -- -- -- -- Well I'll have to say they it is sort of though this is the moon shot for HTC because they've been losing some underground. Since Samsung yeah -- the Android market but hey let's see what -- on the box. -- international charger and clearly I like to listen. Looks like best headphones and like beats -- read the -- of Harvard power brick. Branded. And of course USB cable net micro USB charging you know I love that standards days. Some manner kind of pretty these I would presume should sound a little better than usual some other -- hopes of the videos audio branding but you know. We'll try that later for now. It's all about what's on the inside of this phone. The HTC one has a four point seven inch full HD that his 1080 PL CD display at 468. Pixels per inch. Thank you Apple for getting us -- and that's back. It has a -- point seven gigahertz Quad Core snapdragon processor and it runs Android jelly beans. The base model comes with 32 gigs of internal storage or you can upgrade to a 64 gig version there's two things around to power that Quad Core processor. As a micro USB 2.0 port and a high definition video link for USB or HU -- will be -- in my requires a special cable. The front facing cameras -- pretty impressive two point one megapixel. The rear facing -- -- just four megapixels but they're doubling down on the sensor we know that megapixels aren't always the most important. And -- cameras capable of 1080. HD video recording. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- The 32 gig model will cost -- 199 dollars with a new contract and the 64 gig model -- -- Okay so everything about this phone has the hot -- the metal back and you totally -- -- like them performance seems super snappy. But that I can literally save this because the screen is four point seven inches but I'm just looking -- it thinking it was a little bigger. It's amazing I can't believe we've -- to the point where a four point seven inch screen is tiny very original public fans human. At all I mean I don't think anybody else gonna feel that way of super light super beautiful the processors main thing I like how it stands up Democrats here that back and it just as the design really says it's a unique phone -- it looks like the special -- a little worried about scratching on the back but -- of course you know. Torture -- and see assuming that it ever comes out so that we and you can buy it yes that's the biggest concern with -- phone. Well that does help in order to get help when it does I think they have a contender -- look out its galaxy S four yeah I'm just sick person phone. Okay next -- Sharon vaknin is finally back with a great little how to tips on getting more out of your golf pro here -- three. -- -- -- Videos are one of those things -- looks super difficult to create better actually really easy to accomplish. I -- see more and more of these videos shop online you are wondering how you too can join in on the fun. Well I'm -- tech -- in San Francisco and I'm building my own. I'm not contraption help you make one these videos and the last ten -- box here's my real name. You'll -- ain't -- -- camera or another camera I can do it timeout function and crazy plan towers neighborhood around -- wind that's kitchen timer and a quarter -- not general -- -- -- -- with super slim. Send to keep patio or -- attack and New York -- a lot of choice. Now our task is to attach the cameras in the kitchen timer and the kitchen timer to the -- -- -- if you haven't -- amounting makes things really easy may be down here is idea and I've already attached a quarter inch -- to the kitchen timers so the tripod -- and this perfectly. And this is a standard size so a quarter inch -- -- probably what -- North Atlantic studios. Now you'll takes on -- attacks art museum -- And Motorola. This is little used to -- the camera as a kitchen timer. And I don't render it completely useless. And you want to put -- later on -- -- aren't on as the petty and so that's another problem. Make sure it's on planes. -- -- So the way it works as well winded up. And it'll rotate taking your time -- video and when it's done. -- -- -- Okay the next thing we need to do is set up the time lapse on the go -- Also have to take one but now every two seconds now in order -- figure out how long this video won't be happening is some math. We're taking one by -- every few seconds. He got 35 has per minute. 38. Times -- thirty minutes an hour shootings is 900 I have this. Now I've one plane is just one photo and there are thirty frames per second and we'll get a 32 video. I'm not surprised us. A parent time lapse tripod is ready to -- our camera is -- and the last thing you do is make sure this thing of level. So you can use -- standard leveling tool or are you wanna get -- you download a leveling. -- I've got one here on my iPhone and can bring down its green Apple and its -- It's perfectly level. Let's take different ministries of different -- -- and start -- -- city. Aren't our go pro ran for thirty minutes and now let's take -- time -- video. So I uploaded all these photos onto my computer and as you can see it. We've got a folder full of hundreds of photos. Now there is lots of software that'll let you make time lapse video but the easiest one and the fastest honestly -- quicktime -- So I'll open that up -- -- -- -- image seat planes. We'll find my folder there then it's -- And -- at this -- you can decide if you want thirty frames per second port sixty frames per second at sixty frames it will be a lot smoother but you'll only have. Half the length of the video. Let's stick with -- And you'll see that quicktime has already done all of the work it actually sorry for the -- together but lets just previewing its -- looks right. Alex and it's a little rough but once -- -- Max ports and a look a lot better book you are now we'll that a. Finals. -- -- Given -- name calling time up. And it you have some options here. There are a lot of settings to choose from you can really digging here by one of the things that you wanna -- attention -- -- compression -- Make sure you're exporting as a JPEG and one of the other things you might wanna see is the quality is so the higher quality in a large file via all go ahead and she is. Hi not quite because they -- -- -- gotten. -- okay. -- -- -- -- -- -- video has exported and we've got a 32 time -- will be 180. Degree pan -- ready for uploading on YouTube or even -- -- It's all things start -- accessory with -- -- pro camera. -- -- -- -- -- --