Archive for July, 2009
Sony Ericsson has rolled out its latest mobile device, and guess what?, it is not just an ordinary mobile phone, it is the next generation Sony Ericson. I know when you hear the word cyber shot, the first thing that comes to your mind is a digital camera, right? but this device is not a digital camera it is a mobile phone, introducing the Sony Ericsson C903 Cyber Shot, which is equipped with the latest imaging technology the Sony Ericsson C903 Cyber Shot will give you the best picture possible.
Taiwan Company, Altek Corporation, an ODM producer of digital cameras and camera modules for mobile phones, have introduced its first own-brand camera phone, the Altek T8680. According to the manufacturer, The T8680 is a three-in-one device, mobile phone, video recording functions, and camera digital. The device has 5x digital zoom, a 3″ 400 x 240 resolution touchscreen display, a 1/2.33″ 12.2 megapixel CCD image sensor, 5x digital zoom, 6.2mm ~ 18.6mm 35mm ~ 105mm, 35mm comparable focal length. This camera phone will be on sale in the China and Taiwan market in September 2009 at a cost of 3,000 Yuan (US$439) and NT$14,000 (US$427) respectively.
LG ha revealed its latest device, the LG Chocolate phone BL40. The device features a 21:9 aspect ratio with an 800×345 resolution reinforced glass capacitive touch multitouch screen display at 4 inches in diagonal length, Flash-based user-interface with WebKit based browser, 5. 0 megapixel camera with autofocus and xenon flash, HSPA data access with Wi-Fi radio, Bluetooth with stereo audio support, 3.5mm headphone jack and A-GPS. Aside from that, the LG Chocolate phone BL40 has a S-Class 3D UI on board, and also supports GSM quad band connectivity (global roaming) and UMTS European/Asian 3G.
A-DATA has introduced its latest and fastest DDR3 Memory, the XPG Plus Series DDR3 2200+ v2.0 RAM. As the company said, they claimed this memory as the the fastest DDR3 memory in the industry. The XPG Plus DDR3 has the latest Thermal Conductive Technology (TCT), and built with the superior cooling design, which able to provide greater cooling environment for both DRAM IC and PCB (printed circuit board), to improve the performance and greater stability.
Lenovo has released its latest 11-inch laptop, the Lenovo IdeaPad U110. This latest computer is powered by a 1.6GHz Core 2 Duo L7500 (4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB), up to 3GB of RAM, Intel X3100 integrated graphics and hard disk drive up to 120GB. It’s has also facial recognition security as an added technology. Battery life on the U1110 is quite unique. The Lenovo comes in two batteries package, a lightweight 4-cell and a heavier but much longer lasting 7-cell. The larger battery lasts a full 3 hours but the 4-cell only manages around 1.5 hours. Lenovo IdeaPad U110 cost US$1899, hits retailers mid-May for US$1999.
Eye-Fi has rolled out its latest wireless Secured Digital Card, the 2GB Eye-Fi Geo SD Card. This latest device is created mainly for Apple users. Designed to integrate with iPhone ‘09 and ‘08, together with the iPhone and MobileMe, the Eye-Fi Geo offers lifetime geo-tagging and full compatibility with iLife’s geo-aware “Places” feature. With this card, users can upload photos from their digital cameras to a computer. It has features like easy iPhoto and MobileMe integration, while other online galleries and social networking sites should also be available for $9.99 per year.
HP has announced its latest technology, the HP Business 12.1” Tablet with rotating screen. This tablet is powered by a Core 2 Duo L7700 1.8Ghz LV processor , 2GB DDR2 Ram, an Intel Mobile Graphics Media Accelerator X3100, with up to 384 MB shared system memory, Microsoft DirectX 9 capable, 120 GB hard-drive and a high definition audio. This good-looking 12.1” tablet has a clear LCD screen and sold pre-installed with Windows XP. Aside from that, the tablet supports a touchscreen WXGA, UWBA anti-glare with Digitizer, Illumi-Lite screen that proves this system is lighter in weight as well as energy-saver.
Averatec has released its latest notebook, the Averatec N3400. This 13.3″ notebook weighs 3.8lbs, which is pretty light for this category of notebook. The ultra-slim, stylish notebook is also light on pocket with a starting price of $799. This notebook is designed for students and business professionals for whom portability as well as productivity is main concern. Its outer cover seems to be made of aluminum, but the rest are ordinary materials.
Nokia has announced its latest mobile handset, the Nokia 6700 Classic. This model is the sequel to the best-selling but ageing 6300 from 19 June. This latest device has a 2.2-inch 16M color QVGA display with a 5MP camera, quad-band GSM and tri-band UMTS networks (plus HSDPA up to 10 Mbps), GPS navigation with Nokia Maps and the awesome Nokia WebKit Open Source Browser, previously available only on the Symbian S60 smartphones.
- 2.2-inch TFT 16M colors display with resolution of 240×320 pixels
- 5MP camera (4x digital zoom) with AutoFocus and LED flash
- Accelerometer sensor
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 mobile phone is the first Sony Ericsson handset to use the Windows Mobile operating system. This latest device has a slide out QWERTY keyboard on the side. XPERIA X1 has a 3.2-megapixel autofocus camera, a 4-way navigation key, handwriting recognition, optical joystick to move your on-screen cursor,and 400MB of internal memory with Micro SD card support. The handset measures 110 x 53 x 16.7mm and weighs in at 145g.