• HUAWEI to Release Ascend D2 Flagship Smartphone with 5-Inch FHD Screen Display

    Posted on January 7th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    The Huawei Ascend D2 should have been quite familiar by the public due to frequent exposures. Ever since the Ascend 2 was exposed in China last October, this new flagship smartphone of Huawei has been hoped greatly to appear in America as soon as possible. Mentioning to the opportunity of releasing Ascend D2, what better way to introduce the phone than to showcase it at one of the world’s biggest tech shows? Just quite recently, the official image of this new flagship smartphone has been leaked online again. This time the phone image is to show the extraordinarily superb waterproof ability of this smartphone.

    Huawei Ascend D2

    The waterproof ability is one of the most shining features of this smartphone. From the leaked shower images of Ascend D2, this smartphone performs great even in water faucet showering or surrounded by water in basins. And according to the inner source of Huawei, this new Ascend D2 could be considered to be the best smartphone in waterproof performance due to its advanced material and complicated work craft.

    Huawei Ascend D2

    As for the features, the Ascend D2 is expected to sport a 5-inch full HD “edge-to-edge” display (1920×1080 pixels) at 440ppi, which produces excellent effect for people to watch HD movies on Ascend. Besides, the 1.5GHz quad-core processor with 2GB RAM ensures smooth operating experience. It is also rumored that the smartphone would come with 16-core graphic processor, which no doubt improves the gaming experience greatly. Other features include dual cameras (1.3MP front camera, 13MP rear camera, auto focus and 1080P video recording supported), and a 3,000mAh battery. This new smartphone provides quite an impressive sheet of specs from a manufacturer that’s more known for its low- to mid-end offerings. As reported, this new smartphone would be available in white and blue.

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  • Velocity Micro Cruz D610 tablet to appear on CES 2013 with 10 inch screen and Android 4.1 OS

    Posted on January 5th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    With the approaching of CES 2013, many electronic manufacturers are preparing to get more attentions. And in the CES 2013, we are certain to have the change to know more advanced products. Velocity Micro is just one of the companies busy preparing for the CES 2013. The previous released Velocity Micro 10 inches Q610 failed to attract eyes for its poor screen resolution and unreasonable price. To change the situation, Velocity Micro Company has decided to output a comparatively low priced and higher configured tablet on CES 2012. That is the Velocity Micro Cruz D610 tablet.

    Cruz D610 tablet

    The new tablet from Velocity Micro is a 10-inch Cruz D610 tablet. The 10-inch tablet ships with Android 4.0 and houses a 1.5GHz dual processor and 1GB of RAM. The Cruz D610 comes with 8GB internal storage, a microSD expansion slot, a 0.3 megapixel front camera, a 2MP back camera for video shooting and image taking, and 1024×768 pixels resolution of screen. Ports include microUSB and mini-HDMI. According to Velocity Micro, prices will start at $199 with a release by end of the first quarter this year.

    Though Cruz D610 has been improved on both screen resolution and processor, the 10-inch large screen would still not produce satisfactory effect for people to watch HD movies with the 1024×768 pixels screen resolution. And the price is also not competitive when compared with other tablets, especially like some 7-inch tablets like Nexus 7.

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  • CNET unveils the Best of CES Awards 2012 Winners list

    Posted on January 17th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Once again, CNET has discussed and elected the Winners of Best of CES Awards 2012. The program recognizes the best products out of the same race and awards as the best. There are all 12 winners awarded as the Best of CES 2012, including Best of Show Award, People’s Voice Award as voted by the CNET audience, Car Tech Award, Cell Phone Award, Emerging Tech Award, etc. The following is the detailed information about the winners of Best of CES Awards 2012 list. Check to get to more the detailed information:

    Best of Show/TVs award winner: LG 55EM9600 OLED TV

    LG OLEDThe first 55-inch OLED TV announced as shipping in 2011, and the only one to get an actual model number and public ship date (“Q3”), the 55EM9800 promises the superb all-around performance of OLED (absolute black levels, ultra-fast panel and excellent viewing angles) in an ultra-thin panel.

    People’s Voice: Razer Project Fiona concept gaming tablet

    Razer Project Fiona gaming tabletRazer’s Project Fiona concept gaming tablet, shown at CES 2012, suggests that Windows 8 is a serious player in portable gaming, and that Razer is serious about moving into manufacturing computers.

    Car Tech award winner: QNX CAR 2 mobile apps platform

    QNX Car 2 mobile apps platformQNX shows us its vision for the future of dashboard technologies, including an innovative application of NFC technology to instantly and automatically Bluetooth pair a smartphone, Ultra HD voice technology that brings stereo CD quality audio to phone calls, and an apps integration for both front and backseat passengers.

    Cell Phone award winner: Nokia Lumia 900

    Nokia Lumia 900Nokia uses the Consumer Electronics Show to hold a coming-out party for its new Windows Phone-based Lumia 900, with a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen which absolutely becomes a first choice for you to watch DVD movies on Lumia 900, and dual cameras for you to record high definition video clips.

    Cameras award winner: Fujifilm X-Pro1

    Fujifilm XPro1 CameraFujifilm bolsters its reputation as a quality camera company with the new X-Pro 1, its first mirrorless model. Targeted at professionals, the camera incorporates several innovations, including a promising new sensor and lovely hybrid viewfinder, all in a sleek retro design

    Emerging Tech award winner: MakerBot Replicator

    Makerbot ReplicatorThe MakerBot Replicator one-ups the Cube 3D with “dualstrusion” technology, meaning it can print objects in multiple colors and materials. Pre-orders available now for $1,999, shipping in 6 weeks.

    Home Theater award winner: Simple. TV

    Simple.TVThe Simple.TV DVR might just be the next-big thing for cable-cutters. It’s improbably a DVR without a built-in hard drive or video output, instead letting you supply your own hard drive, then stream live and recorded over-the-air TV to the Simple.TV app available on iPad, Roku, Boxee, Google TV. Simple.TV can stream your live and recorded over-the-air TV outside your home network (Slingbox-style), as long as you sign up for the $5/month premium service. Think of it like your own personal cloud for your over-the-air TV.

    PCs award winner: HP Envy 14 Spectre

    HP Envy 14 SpectreThe newly announced HP Spectre is the most glass-covered laptop we’ve ever seen, with it’s all-glass lid and palm rest. At a CES devoid of many eye-popping laptops, the Spectre could be the most stylish of the bunch. Beats Audio is included on this premium ultrabook, along with an inset analog wheel for volume control, NFC support, and HP Wireless Audio.

    Software and Apps award winner: BlueStacks for Win 8

    Blustacks for Win 8Windows 8 just got a kick in the apps via BlueStacks. The program, which will ship pre-installed on select Windows 8 machines, will bring the entire Android marketplace to Microsoft’s nascent OS. So when Windows 8 launches, more than 400,000 Android apps will be at your fingertips.

    Networking award winner: D-Link Amplifi HD Media Router 3000

    D-LinkWhen released later this month, D-Link’s Amplifi HD Media Router 3000 DIR-857 router will be the first on the market that supports USB 3.0, concurrent 450Mbps dual-band with cloud-based and HD Fuel feature that power media streaming.

    Tablets award winner: Asus Memo 370T

    Asus MemoThis quad-core, Android 4.0 tablet proves that premium performance doesn’t require a premium price. In spite of its $250 asking price, this tablet stocks with 1GB of system RAM, 16GB of storage, an 8 megapixel camera, HDMI output, and a 1,280×800 resolution IPS screen, with which you can freely watch DVD movies on Asus tablets.

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  • CES 2012 – Several big themes to focus on in the following days in Las Vegas

    Posted on January 11th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The International Consumer Electronics Show (short as CES) is a major technology-related trade show held each January in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Not open to the public, the Consumer Electronics Association-sponsored show typically hosts previews of products and new product announcements. The CES 2012 exhibition, started today, will last from Tuesday, January 10 to Friday, January 13. Microsoft released an official statement saying that CES 2012 will be Microsoft’s last appearance at the event.

    CES 2012

    The ZDNet Blog writer has written a post on the themes of CES 2012, which focuses on the products that may appear in this year’s CES in Las Vegas. Check the following information to get to know the detailed content.

    Summary: CES 2012 is upon us, and it’s time to get ready for a whole new year in gadgetry and other tech goodness.

    The world’s largest tech trade show is just about to get underway, and even though there will be thousands upon thousands of products on display, many of them can be narrowed down and traced by a few major themes.

    Yes, I’m talking about the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The scale of the show gets bigger each year, and there is just so much going on that it can becoming daunting (if not impossible) to stay focused and sift through everything.

    Last year, many of the world’s biggest companies tended to focus on trends such as the Internet-connected living room (meaning, an ecosystem of home entertainment within a single brand), the dawn of 4G-enabled smartphones, and just about anything to do with 3D.

    ZDNet Special Report: What CES means for business

    We’ll likely see continuations of these themes next week, but here are some of the bigger themes to watch out more for this year:

    TABLETS: We saw a bunch of these last year, but really none of the tablets that debuted at CES last year really made a dent in the market. The iPad 2 and the Kindle Fire, neither of which had even been announced prior or around CES 2011, were the real money-makers last year.

    So why should we even care about tablets at CES 2012? Well, the technology for tablets (and smartphones, for that matter) has improved significantly, and one can only hope that manufacturers have learned a few lessons in the last year. Furthermore, with the debut of Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) later in 2011, there’s definitely room for more potential.

    ULTRABOOKS: Poised to replace netbooks and compete heavily with tablets and other laptops in the same size range, 2012 could be the year of the Ultrabook. Intel has already boasted a bunch that there are 60 Ultrabook designs with OEM partners set to roll out this year. Thus, you can expect everyone at CES to be promoting their own Ultrabook. It remains to be seen which ones will come out ahead — if any at all if these new laptops can overcome some hurdles.

    WINDOWS 8: Supposedly, some Ultrabooks are supposed to be running on this operating system, so we should see more about its launch soon. That could be as soon as next week as Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is lined up (once again) to give the main keynote address. Besides Windows Phone 8, Windows 8 itself is one of the only other big-ticket items that most consumers will likely be concerned with in 2012.  If not, expect him to talk about Kinect for another hour.

    GREEN: Even though it seems like old news at this point, the eco-friendly trend is never going to go away and will likely always have a growing presence at CES and similar trade shows. In a way, that’s a good thing. While the upfront costs are still rather expensive for most products that tout this facet, green technology has the potential to save a lot of money in the long run, and the more that developers keep this in mind, those upfront costs will eventually drop.

    What not to look for? Apple or Google. These two prefer to host their own events — Apple doesn’t even exhibit at Macworld anymore, and there is Google I/O later in springtime.

    And if you’re a Microsoft fan, enjoy them at the show while you can as they’ll be gone by 2013.

    Be sure to check out CES 2012 news hub as we’ll have full coverage and special reports live from the show floor in Las Vegas next week!

    Source from: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/ces-2012-the-big-themes-to-look-for-next-week/66255?tag=nl.e539

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