Gigabyte launched an array of notebooks and a tablet with fabulous functions and powerful specifications. Each GIGABYTE model is highlighted by the number of ports that is available to give the user complete convenience, sleek innovative design, and Global warranty for a complete peace of mind. By launching a slate S1082, a Convertible Ultrabook U2142, a high performance Ultrabook U2442, and two high-end Gaming Notebooks – P2542/P2742; GIGABYTE has expanded its line and range of notebooks.
Google and Samsung will announce a new Nexus 10 tablet, however Nexus 10 images and hardware details have been leaked online. Check out photos of the Nexus 10, an aluminum and rubber tablet jointly designed by Google and Samsung. The design of the hardware appears to match drawings of an instructional manual that leaked earlier this week by a Korean website, but there's no way to definitively say that this is an Android tablet that Google will announce next week.
Admit it – you want to take your gear in to the jungle, well you may want to consider Panasonic’s Toughbook CF-02 with Windows 8 laptop. Panasonic shows the Toughbook CF-C2, a new semi-rugged 12.5" convertible tablet computer with Microsoft's new Windows 8 operating system. The CF-C2 will start shipping in December. Panasonic today launched the Toughbook CF-C2, one of the most durable and flexible business convertible PC’s designed for sales work forces, white collar field engineers and healthcare workers. The device is the first Toughbook to be designed to take advantage of the new Windows 8 Pro operating system whether in clamshell or tablet mode.
Samsung now officially started to roll out Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S III GT-I9300. Poland is the first market to receive Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean update. The Jelly Bean update will be available to other countries and carriers really soon as well.While releasing the Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S III GT-I9300, Samsung has also released a full list of devices that will be upgraded to Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean.
Microsoft is busy with the launch of their Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 platforms sheduled in for late October, smartphone manufacturers on their end have been busy showing off their new handsets running the latest incarnation of the smartphone OS. Today the turn goes to HTC with their Windows Phone 8 family: The HTC 8X and 8S. HTC has decided to share the 8X and 8S with the world. Both devices utilise the same naming mechanism as the HTC One series of Android phones, with the X and the S denoting the class of the device.
Anonymous sources at Taiwanese smartphone makers commented that Google's aggressive stand against the Aliyun operating system may result in an increased split in the adoption of Android. Sources state that if Google cracks down on modified Android platforms, developers of these platforms may be forced to offer own-brand smartphones or tablets and give up on Android.
Steve Ballmer has been talking about 2012 as “the most epic year in Microsoft history,” most probably because the software giant isn’t just a software giant any more, its on the way to become a hardware giant as well or a “devices-and-services” company as their CEO would put it. Apart from their entrance in the hardware market, Microsoft is also launching Windows 8 which is expected to be great.
AMD and San Francisco Giants organized an event in AT&T park last week where AMD showed off some new technology to the press and fans. The most exciting thing that was shown off at the event is an 11.6-inch Windows 8 based tablet made by AMD. They showed a mock-up of this 10mm thick tablet which will be launched later this year. We have a picture after the break.
Apple unveiled both mobile devices at a media event in San Francisco today and geeks around the world are no doubt already counting their pennies in anticipation. This new aluminium model has a 1136 x 640 pixel resolution, versus 960 x 640 on the iPhone 4/4S, keeping the same 326ppi density. The extra pixel estate is used to add an extra row of icons on the start screen, Apple apps are tweaked to take advantage of the extra pixels, while other apps will be displayed in a letterbox format.
New ASUS S Series ultrabooks combine performance with more storage and media options while remaining in a highly attractive price range. They meet all Ultrabook criteria, and feature an exquisite luxurious design. At just 21mm in profile, they are the only products in their segment to achieve a true all-in approach to features. The S Series packs powerful 3rd generation Intel Core processors up to an i7, alongside discrete NVIDIA GT 635M graphics, making it perfect for high-portability daily computing and entertainment. Significantly, it offers fast-response hybrid SSD/hard drive storage and an optical drive – all in one sleek Ultrabook. Customers also enjoy a solid back-assembled keyboard and the intuitive Smart Gesture touchpad for a more user-friendly experience, and Super Hybrid Engine II-based 2-second instant on resume.
Since it’s unveiling earlier this year Archos have been keeping their new Archos G10 xs tablet under wraps, releasing teaser glimpses of the tablet here and there. However the image posted on Facebook shows a little more of what we can expect from the new Archos G10 xs tablet once it arrives in around three weeks, says the Archos Facebook post.
Lenovo has previously shown off a prototype Windows 8 tablet back at Computex Taipei in June, which recently passed through the FCC. A leaked Lenovo document on the tablet, sent to website the verge, suggests it will be focused at business users and named the ThinkPad Tablet 2. Powered by a dual-core Intel Clover Trail processor, the Tablet 2 will include 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a 10.1-inch WXGA display. Lenovo admits it's "hard to compete" with Apple's App Store as "that is considered 'The Standard,'" but the company is positioning its Tablet 2 as a competitor to Apple's iPad on the business side — offering up comparisons throughout a marketing document
An intersting development on the Android OS, it seems that the SO finally is getting multiple-user accounts reports Android Police.
Multi-user support is one of the few remaining things a desktop OS can do that Android can't. The "coffee table tablet" use case would greatly benefit from a multi-user setup, as would an enterprise user who wants to keep work and home separate. It's been a top 20 item on the Android bug tracker since the debut of Honeycomb, so there is certainly demand for it.
As we've seen from my previous experiments in sticking my nose where it doesn't belong, Google likes to leave breadcrumbs in shipping products for the astute observer to find, and the multi-user situation is no different. After a bit of research, I can tell you that Google is listening. There is a surprising amount of multi-user work being done on Android - some of it is even working on devices right now.
Before we jump into things, we're going to need to learn some vocabulary. "AOSP" is Android Open Source Project, you should know that one. It's the publicly available code base for Android. A "commit" is a code push to this code repository. You're supposed to include a helpful comment with your commit, telling people what the new code is supposed to accomplish. This is Android code, so the commit comments are written by Googlers. In other words: they're accurate.
Micron announces the availability of phase change memory for mobile devices.
Micron Technology announced high volume availability of its 45nm phase change memory (PCM) for mobile devices. The company is supplying a 1Gbit PCM die and a 512Mbit LPDDR2 device in a multichip package.
Micron's 45nm PCM solution is currently targeted at feature phones, with a future roadmap aimed at addressing smartphones and media tablets.
"Our commitment to innovation and continued development of advanced products to address the voracious demands of the wireless industry is clear and strong," claimed Tom Eby, vp of Micron's wireless solutions group. "We are determined to evolve and innovate by continuing to offer the best tailored solutions for today's and tomorrow's market requirements."
PCM has been many years in development and Micron is currently the only company offering the technology in volume. Originally intended to be a unified memory
Engadget reports a Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone burst into flames and melted while in an in-car holster. Samsung posted on its blog that it's aware of this issue and will begin investigating as soon as they receive the specific product in question.
The global HSPA+ iteration of Samsung's new flagship apparently sparked into white flames, followed by a bang. While it's certainly not the first smartphone to implode in transit, the damage -- along the base but separate to the charging port -- looks pretty substantial and although the screen still apparently worked, reception was dead. The phone has been whisked off to a repair center through phone retailer Carphone Warehouse for the full autopsy. User dillo2k10 was left unscathed, but it's apparently left some nasty molten plastic remains on the inside of his car.
We recently reviewed this product right here.
Sources from upstream component makers confided to DigiTimes that Google and Asustek are expected to reveal a $199 7" Nexus tablet at Google I/O, a developer event taking place from June 27-29 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Manufactured by Quanta Computer, the tablet is anticipated to hit the retail channel in July and projected to hit shipments of at least three million units in the second half of the year.
With Google expected to unveil the details of the devices at Google I/O, Asustek Chairman Jonney Shih will also attend the conference to jointly announce the tablet PC with Google.
Due to its low price, the 7-inch Nexus tablet PC only supports a Wi-Fi connection and does not feature a back-side webcam, but will equip with a front-side webcam for video conference.
The device will also be preloaded with Google's Chrome browser, with compatibility issues having been resolved to allow smoother operation for some software applications.
NEC Japan recently launched two new tablets under NEC LifeTouch L family. Powered by TI OMAP 4460 processor (1.5GHz), the LifeTouch L features a 10.1-inch multi-touch display and comes in two variants, one for individuals and one for business. The thin and light tablets weigh only 540g and measure 7.99mm thin, and is based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
Common features include 16GB/32GB storage, 1GB DDR2 memory, 1280 x 800 resolution, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, micro USB, micro HDMI, card reader, and 1.3MP camera.
NEC LifeTouch L for business also provide couple of security features including anti theft technology, secure connection to corporate network, etc.
NEC LifeTouch L will be available in Japanese market from July.
If you are on the lookout for a cheap Android 4.0 tablet (10" IPS) then check out this ZBS A9000.
The tablet is priced at only $199.99 and comes with a 9.7-inch 1024 x 768 IPS capacitive multi-touch display, a 1.5GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, a 1GB DDR3 RAM, a 16GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, a 0.3MP front-facing camera, a 2.0MP rear-facing camera, 2160p Super HD video playback support, 3G module support, WiFi, an HDMI port and runs on Android 4.0 ICS OS. [Product Page]
Sone will be releasing an new AIO PC. The VAIO VPCJ249FJ is powered by a 2.80GHz Intel Core i7-2640M processor, this space-saving machine sports a 21.5-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD display, an 8GB DDR3 RAM, an HDD tuner x wave 2TB, a webcam, an SD card slot, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 + HS and runs on Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (SP1) OS (w/ Office Home and Business 2010, Adobe Photoshop with the Elements 10).
The VAIO VPCJ249FJ will start shipping from June 9th for around 180,000 Yen (about $2,303). [Sony]
AMD today announced the launch of its latest AMD E-Series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) platform. Designed for essential notebook and desktop personal computers which meet basic performance needs at accessible price points, the 2012 AMD E-Series APU enables long battery life and a best-in-class entertainment and media experience, while striking a balance between energy efficiency and unique innovations for brilliant high definition (HD) entertainment.