• 11.6-inch Windows 8 Laptop-Tablet Hybrid HP Envy X2 Review

    Posted on September 3rd, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    On the IFA 2012 trade show, HP released its first Windows 8 laptop-tablet hybrid, namely Sony Envy X2. Just like other electronic manufacturers who have released hybrid laptop-tablet, Envy X2 owns both laptop and tablet forms. When connected with keyboard during using, this new device is no difference from a laptop. While disconnected with keyboard, it is a portable tablet just like the new iPad. The overall configuration of this new hybrid tablet is very attractive, including: a 11.6-inch touch screen with 1366×768 pixels screen resolution makes it quite wonderful for watching HD videos/DVD on Sony Envy X2; adopts the next generation of Intel Clover Trail processor with 2GB RAM and 64GB SSD space; the latest Windows 8 operating system; dual camera with a main 8MP camera on the rear; Beats audio technique for high quality audio effect, etc.

    Sony Envy X2On appearance, HP Envy X2 comes in aluminum alloy shell, solid and smooth. The whole tablet body thickness is only 8.4mm and weights about 680g, while connected to keyboard the tablet would be a little heavier than 1400g. The 11.6-inch touch screen display supports multi-touch capacitive touch control, with front camera for video chatting on the right upper. While from the back side, there is a big hp logo, with an 8MP main camera and LED flashlight for picture and video shooting on the head part. The inconvenient thing might be that the separate design of power button and volume adjusting button which are separately designed on different sides.

    Sony Envy X2The bottom of the tablet has a data port to connect with keyboard. The bottom flanks are magnetic card slots to connect with keyboard, while the 3.5mm headset jack locates on the rightmost. The keyboard left flank respectively arranges a HDMI port, a USB3.0 port and a 3.5mm audio jack, while the right flank contains a USB3.0 port and an expandable port with a coverable SD card slot at the bottom. The keyboard of Envy X2 is quite similar to other Windows 8 laptop-tablet hybrid – standard full QWERTY design with touchpad. Such kind of design produces an overall terse feel for keyboard, though.

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  • 4-inch HTC Desire X Released on 2012 IFA with 1GHz Dual-Core Processor and Android 4.0 ICS

    Posted on August 30th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    In recent years, HTC has been struggling for the market share by releasing one and another low-end smartphones to the market. During the quite recent events, HTC successfully released various wonderful handhelds into the market, among which its new One series Android smartphones seem to get success. The One range — which consists of the One X, One S, and One V — appeals to different demographics, but it was the One X that stood out with its impressive design, speedy processor and imaging qualities. There is a post regarding the next smartphone HTC is preparing: the dual-core HTC Desire X. Now, with the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin hitting top gear, HTC officially launched the new Android device for the low-to-mid range smartphone market: the HTC Desire X.

    In HTC’s own saying, One X range could bring the ultimate experience for users on smartphone technology, but not everyone needs a top level handset. Thus, HTC brings out the Desire X. Also, the Desire X launch is right the time of the end of the 24-month contracts of some previous low level smartphones.

    HTC Desire XAs for the features and design of Desire X, the new smartphone sports a similar design to the One range, almost pebble-like in shape. While it looks small, it features a 4-inch WVGA (480 x 800 resolution) Super LCD screen (seems that it is really a wonderful player to play HD videos on HTC Desire X), a dual-core 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8225 processor, 768MB RAM, a 5-megapixel camera, 1600 mAh battery, 4GB internal memory, microSD support and Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich).

    According to HTC, the Desire X is HTC’s attempt at taking technology from its One range and “bringing it down to a mass market device.” This means you get the same f2.0 lens, BSI sensor, five level flash, burst mode photo feature, photo-taking in video mode and Sense 4.0 (which is said to have received an incremental upgrade) that is found in its more powerful cousins while at relatively low price.

    The back of the device is distinctive with a small brushed area around the camera, helping you pick it out from a distance.

    As for the price, there is no confirmed information, but believed to be in the £150-£200 range. HTC is targeting Europe and Asia with the Desire X, which is due to launch “mid-September”, offering a fairly decent set of specifications in a sleek and easily pocketable device.

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