Jeong Yong presented the Nike Coach – digital gadget that works in conjunction with a bluetooth bracelet to display athletes general physical condition to improve the method of monitoring progress. A big selection of apps and a nice style make it the ideal assistant.
iMore reports that Apple is “now targeting” an October release a smaller version of iPad, with the gadget having a screen of approximately 7″ and be cost $200-$250.
iMore claims that the 7″ iPad will be “similar” to the current Apple iPad – except – of the display size, apparently including a Retina display screen. That would give the iPad Mini a pixel density approximately similar to that of the iPhone 4s.
It remains unclear how Apple would be capable to meet a $200-$250 price point for the iPad Mini given the apparent specifications, although the gadget will reportedly come with just 8 GB of storage space. Still Apple’s latest iPod-touch begins at $199 and this small iPad Mini will undoubtedly have considerably bigger prices on component.
Reports of a iPad Mini have been circulating ever since the release of the original Apple iPad. The sheer quantity of rumors suggest that Apple has at least been working on these gadget, and reports of a prepared launch for later this calendar year have been increasing. But many experts have, however, believed that the gadget might have a non-Retina screen in order to allow Apple to meet lower prices.
Nokia’s rolling more of its experimental Symbian plans out to its Windows Phone hardware and City Lens is the newest to appear in its Beta Labs. It throws together an augmented reality user interface to provide you a much better overview of the greatest locations to eat in city, and those traveller hotspots you just must visit. It’ll then link with your current position and also give directions if require. The application remains in tests for now, however anyone may help Nokia out by wearing your labcoat and joining for its Beta Labs.
Connectivity and dvd drives are some of the first casualties of Intel’s laptop slimming process to come up with the Ultrabook specs. As a result, a market is developed for external connectivity alternatives such as docking stations, which give users extra connectivity when at their workplace, while sustaining the extra mobility of Ultrabook, when on the move. Apricorn released one such device. Named the NetDock, the gadget contains a slimline DVD drive, provision for a 2.5-inch SATA HDD-SSD and a 4-port USB 2.0 hub.
The NetDock connects to Ultrabook over a USB-2 port. Its DVD/RW is capable of writing discs at 8x speeds. One of the four downstream USB-2 ports is a port for charging different portable gadgets (such as smartphones, media players, tablet PC’s…). Both drives (the DVD/RW and the additional 2.5-inch HDD-SSD) are visible as USB storage units. The NetDock sizes 158.8(W) x 146.1(D) x 54.0(H) mm, and supports Windows-7/Vista/XP OS and Mac OS X.