Sony has decided to put an end to its VAIO line of PC business. The company is selling it to Japan Industrial Partners (JIP). The electronics giant plans to focus more into mobile phones, PS4 and 4k TV sets.
Life’s quite busy these days and fast too. To keep up with the pace you need to be equipped with the right tools so that you work is not stalled midway. When working with computers the same logic applies, as you would never want to get interrupted for battery life or be let down with speed issues and that too, while meeting deadlines.
Sharp Electronics will soon launch a 32-inch 4K touch screen monitor. The company will also ensure compatibility with OS X as well. So, if you are craving for a 4K Thunderbolt display from Apple, your wait may not be too long. However, it will not come cheap. Built using Sharp’s IGZO display technology, the monitor may cost at least $5000 a piece in the US.
Korean giant, Samsung Electronics, has officially announced the Galaxy S4 zoom. Basically, a combination of the Galaxy S4 mini and a 16MP point and shoot camera, the Galaxy S4 zoom features a 10X optical zoom, a decent 4.3-inch qHD display, a 1.5 Ghz dual-core CPU, a 1.5GB RAM and a 8GB internal storage (expandable via microSD).