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iPad Mini

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.
New technologies - iPad Mini

Ikelite announced underwater case for the Nikon D800-D800E

Ikelite announced their underwater case for Nikon D800-D800E digital cameras. Suggested price is $1600 and that makes it the most affordable solution compared to different brands.

New technologies Ikelite announced underwater case for the Nikon D800-D800E
Features:
– Access to most important digicam functions
– Capable of electric TTL strobe exposure
– Suitable rubber grips
– Glass optical view-finder improved for underwater
– Slots accessible for popular lens
– Lenses zoom gears included with case
– 200ft (60 meters) depth rating
– Width 10″ (250mm), Height 6.9″ (175mm), Depth 6.5″ (165mm)
– Weight 5.4lb (2.4kg) (without tray & handles)

 

New technologies Ikelite announced underwater case for the Nikon D800-D800E

New technologies Ikelite announced underwater case for the Nikon D800-D800E

New technologies Ikelite announced underwater case for the Nikon D800-D800E

EliteBook Folio – Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

The EliteBook Folio – Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook. It has several of the functions we’ve come to expect from customer-focused ultrabooks such as a thin and light style and solid state storage.

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

However it also has business security functions as well as one thing that’s nearly impossible to find on an ultrabook – replaceable battery.

The ultrabook has a 14″, 1366×768 pixel display, weights – 3.6 pounds, and 0.75″ thick.

The laptop features a DisplayPort, VGA, 3 USB 3.0 ports and Ethernet port, a Smart Card reader and finger-print scanning device into the case. The Elitebook Folio additionally has an embedded TPM protection chip and supports total volume encryption.

Whilst Hewlett Packard’s customer ultrabooks that will launch with 2nd generation Intel Core CPU’s and get Ivy Bridge upgrades later this year, the EliteBook Folio will ship with Ivy Bridge.

The laptop includes 2 memory slots (for up to 16GB of RAM). Hewlett Packard will offer hard disk and solid state disk options, with support for up to 500GB of storage or 256GB with an SSD.

 

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

New technologies EliteBook Folio - Hewlett Packard’s first business-class ultrabook

Nokia City Lens on Lumia devices

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.

Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

New Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack released today:

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

The backpack contains straps that allow you add a tripod on the side and the typical rain cover:

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

The Airport Commuter backpack additionally contains a cable lock that is stored in a side pocket:

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

One more small pocket on the front:

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

Quick access pockets hold a 15 Inch notebook and iPad.

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

Good capacity: holds digicam with 6-8 ordinary lens.

 

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

New technologies Think Tank Airport Commuter backpack

ePhone – 2in1 phone and reader

While we don’t use a tablet-PC or e-boook reader as a cell phone, several of us rely on smartphones to catch up on viewing articles and latest news. The Floater is idea that aims to bridge this divide and provide a simple solution where small forms expand to host larger displays. In its folded avatar the gadget is a capable phone but when you dual the screen, it folds out to turning into elegant e-book reader.
ePhone concept by Jeong Jaewan – features:
    When unfolded the gadget has functions of e-book with 6-inches LCD related to Kindle.
    When folded it has functions of smartphone with 4.6-inches LCD.
    Transparent 4.4-inches LCD in the center of the gadgets are actively supported the different application such as Augmented Reality.
    Charges when the body is located on the cradle.
Sizes: 60(W) x 13(D) x 120(H) mm

New technologies ePhone - 2in1 phone and reader

New technologies ePhone - 2in1 phone and reader

New technologies ePhone - 2in1 phone and reader

New technologies ePhone - 2in1 phone and reader

Budget tablet-PC E Fun Next 7S

Budget tablet-PC manufacturer E Fun has released that its new product will be a low price 7 inch tablet featuring Android 4.0. The most interesting factor about the latest E Fun Next 7S is its price – $129.99. Just do not hope a best notch experience for that cost.
Whilst the Next 7S does work on Google’s latest mobile OS, this isn’t a Google licensed gadget. That means it delivers with the GetJar App Store instead of the Google Play Store. Furthermore come preloaded with the Barnes & Noble NOOK eBook shop.
The E Fun Next 7S will have a several functions that you did not always discover on old bargain tablets PC such as auto-rotation, a G-Sensor, and multi-touch screen. It also has a microSD card slot and work with Adobe Flash Player 11.
The tablet PC has a 1 GHz one core CPU and an 800×480 pixel screen. If you have purchased an Android phone in the last year or two it possibly has at lowest that many pixels on a much smaller display.
Quite simply, you may use the Next 7S to browse the internet, read e-books, or perform different activities. But you’ll get a lot best experience if you spring for a tablet PC with a bigger quality display such as the Amazon kindle Fire or NOOK Tablet.
New technologies Budget tablet-PC E Fun Next 7S

Sony first ultrabook – Vaio T11 and Vaio T13

The Sony Vaio T11 – ultrabook with an 11.6″ display, while the Vaio T13 – 13.3″ display.
Both ultrabooks go on sale in this month, but Sony hasn’t indicated any costs details.
The 13.3″ model sizes 12.7″ x 8.9″ x 0.7″ and weighs 3.5lbs. Display 1366 x 768 pixel and Sony says the ultrabook provides up to 9 hrs of battery-life.
The ultrabooks will deliver with an Intel Sandy Bridge CPU, Windows 7 OS, solid state HDD or mixed storage – large HDD and small SSD to increase efficiency.
Sony is outfitting the Vaio T line laptops with VGA, HDMI and Ethernet ports and with SDHC card port.  That SDHC card port also will take with Sony Memory Stick cards.
The laptops have one USB-2 port and a USB 3.0 port.

New technologies Sony first ultrabook - Vaio T11 and Vaio T13

New technologies Sony first ultrabook - Vaio T11 and Vaio T13

New technologies Sony first ultrabook - Vaio T11 and Vaio T13

New technologies Sony first ultrabook - Vaio T11 and Vaio T13

New technologies Sony first ultrabook - Vaio T11 and Vaio T13

New technologies Sony first ultrabook - Vaio T11 and Vaio T13

Apricorn Presented NetDock Docking Station for Ultrabook PC’s

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.

New technologies Apricorn Presented NetDock Docking Station for Ultrabook PC's

New technologies Apricorn Presented NetDock Docking Station for Ultrabook PC's

Mamiya Leaf new digicam – Credo 80

Mamiya Leaf released new digicam back platform – the Leaf Credo. Three various versions are available: Leaf Credo 80 (80MP), Credo 60 (60MP) and Credo 40 (40MP).

New technologies Mamiya Leaf new digicam - Credo 80

Features include:
– A big, high res (1.15MP), touchscreen with superb rendition of 16-million colors for fast and simple verification of focus and tonal precision;
– Quick, new dual-core processor enables effective performance for the quickest available photo viewing, focusing and modifying;
– A fresh, user-friendly graphical interface (GUI) gives quick navigation and extends the touchscreen beyond the LCD area — letting you navigate and click outside the picture area;
– New FireWire 800 and USB-3.0 implementation gives fastest picture transfer rates.

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