ASUS will soon come up with a digital notepad that will allow users to…well…take notes. The device will feature an 8-inch monochrome display with a resolution of 768 x 1024. The screen would support 64 levels of gray and will be pressure sensitive. The Eee Note EA800 will also feature 4GB of internal memory, a 2-megapixel camera, voice recording capability, Wi-Fi and even an expandable micro-SD card slot. The stylus will also be built-in.
The Bolle BP-10 is a printer alright, but it is not meant for your laptop or any other computer. The device is dedicated to all the iPhone models i.e. iPhone (classic), iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 4. It can also be used to charge your phone. All you need to do is download the app from the App Store that will control the printer.
Dell will soon launch its first tablet netbook, a sort of iPad alternative but powered by a full-scale OS like Windows 7. The netbook features a revolving 10-inch screen that turns the computer into either a multi-touch tablet or a touch-based netbook. The device is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core Atom processor, 2GB of RAM, a 250GB HDD and a Broadcom Crystal HD accelerator.
We knew about this in September. But this time the news is concrete. Sharp plans to launch its 3D smartphones in the US, China and India in 2011. Based on autostereoscopic technology, these phones will be completely glass-free. The device will be running Android with a customized user interface.
Once upon a time, the car you see above was only a concept. Well…it isn’t anymore. This plug-in hybrid vehicle can charge itself in just two and a half hours using a conventional power socket. Expect to see this awesome car on road in 2013. No word on pricing though.
LG Display, the world’s second largest LCD maker, recently announced that company has developed a 37-inch LCD panel with the gap between the panels measuring 4mm for the left/right segments and only 2.5mm for the top/bottom segments. That clearly makes it the LCD panel with the narrowest bezel in the world.
China has recently overtaken the US in making the world’s fastest super computer. The Tianhe-1A is stationed at the National Supercomputer Center in Tianjin and can perform a mind-boggling 2.507 petaflops, when measured by the LINPACK benchmark. The computer is using 14,336 Intel Xeon CPUs and 7,168 NVIDIA GPUs.
What you see above isn’t something you have seen before. It is a LCD alright, but is also the world’s smallest full HD display. At just 4.8 inches, Ortustech has packed in 1980×1080 pixels into this tiny display using a technology called HAST (Hyper Amorphous Silicon TFT). Ortustech is a joint venture between Casio Computer and Toppan Printing.
Ever felt changing through multiple clothes in the trial room was something you wouldn’t had to do? Then you should be delighted to see what Macy’s Magic Fitting Room has to offer. Equipped with a 72″ mirror and an iPad, the system allows you to shuffle through a whole variety of fashionable garments offered by Macy’s. You can then flick it over to the mirror and visualize yourself wearing what ever you have selected.