Posts Tagged ‘ergonomic’
Lenovo will release a 10.1-inch Tegra 3 tablet with Ice Cream Sandwich, till the end of 2011.
Today, Engadget reported (was tipped anonymously) that Lenovo is planning to release a new 10.1-inch tablet loaded with Google Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), by the end of the year. The tablet will be powered by Nvidia’s new Tegra 3 quad-core processor (Kal-El) and 2GB of memory.
There isn’t a lot on specs, but judging by the photos published on Engadget’s site, the tablet will come with an ergonomic design and aluminum alloy chassis, a standard USB 2.0 port, a rear-facing camera and a rear fingerprint reader, which will also work as a joystick (strolling), as seen in the past (April, 2007) on the Toshiba Portage G500 WM5 smartphone (also positioned at the rear).
Samsung uploads a video of its Series 3 15.6-inch 300V5A Sandy Bridge notebook in 5 different colors
A few hours ago, Samsung uploaded a video of its Series 3 15.6-inch 300V5A Sandy Bridge notebook in 5 different colors.
The Series 3 300V5A notebook comes in elegant and vivid colors – Chic Black, Raspberry Pink, Alaska Blue, Vital Orange, and Smoky Silver. The color of its display lid matches the color of the notebook’s keyboard.
The Samsung Series 3 notebook range boasts ultraportable design with a narrow bezel (Slim Bezel) of just 10.3mm – increasing the viewable screen size by one inch compared with previous Samsung models.
Today, Lenovo (Tokyo) announced the launch of its IdeaPad U300s stylish Ultrabook and the IdeaPad U400 notebook in Japan.
The IdeaPad U300s has a fast start-up/ shutdown times and applications launch, thanks to Lenovo RapidDrive SSD Technology. The Ultrabook is powered by Intel Core i7-2677M Processor with Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 support. It has a 13.3-inch (1366×768) HD widescreen (16:9) ultraslim display, up to 4GB DDR3 memory and 256GB SSD drive. In addition, an HDMI, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, WiFi 802.11n, Bluetooth and an integrated 1.3MP HD (720p) webcam. The device is loaded with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit and comes in Clementine Orange color.
Viewsonic uploaded a video – presenting its new 7-inch Viewpad 7x Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet.
Watch the official video of Viewsonic’s Third Generation tablet. The ViewPad 7x is a 7-inch (1024×600 10-point multitouch) tablet and is powered by a Tegra 2 dual-core processor. It runs the latest Google Android 3.2 Honeycomb OS, including built-in Google Market (and other apps) and Flash Player 10.3 support. In addition, the 7x has a front webcam and 5MP rear camera, ergonomic design, a micro USB, micro SD and a micro HDMI port.
Viewsonic is offering the Viewpad 7x (which has similar looks and specs like the Japanese seven incher – Camangi Mangrove 7 tablet) Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet for $399 USD, in the US .
ASUS announced that is offering its HD 14-inch A43E notebook in five different colors with promotional gifts, to students in China.
September is the time when, most students go back to school to start the new semester and owning a stylish and robust notebook is essential. The Asus A43E notebook is the perfect choice for students seeking a combination of colorful stylish design with extremely powerful performance.
The A43E notebook comes in 5 different cool colors – Blue, Red, Orange, Green and Pink. At the same time, the model also incorporates Intel’s Sandy Bridge platform i5 processing core, a discrete graphics card, high quality Altec Lansing speakers and Sonic Focus audio software.
New 14-inch TravelMate Timeline 8473 and 6495 and the 15.6-inch TravelMate Timeline 8573 and 6595 notebooks from ACER
ACER debuts its latest 14-inch TravelMate Timeline 8473 and 6495 and the 15.6-inch TravelMate Timeline 8573 and 6595 notebooks for U.S. and Canadian business customers.
The new Timeline TravelMate series of notebooks combines increased security, superior performance, excellent reliability, great manageability and extended battery life. Ensuring mobile PC performance needed for business users, the notebooks take advantage of the second gen Intel Core processors, delivering maximum processing power in response to peak demands.