Tuesday, 2 Oct 2012
Besides unveiling their 75-inch ES9000 Smart TV today, Samsung also took the opportunity to showcase their convergence "Smarter Living" services which enable users to seamlessly share multimedia content across devices on different platforms.
Comprising of seven eco-friendly models which offer a range of brightness ranging from 2,300 lumens up to 3,200 lumens in XGA and WXGA formats, the series includes an auto brightness adjustment function which intelligently adjusts lamp output when showing lighter or darker images. An auto lamp dimming function enables the projector to detect if it is left on by feeding it a static signal.
Samsung unveiled their new flagship ES9000 Smart TV earlier today, a sleek and polished 75-inch television illuminated by edge-LED backlights. Like the existing ES8000, the 3D-capable ES9000 will carry similar Smart Interactive features such as gesture and voice controls as well.
The app takes the plug-in action where smartphone users connect their mobile device to the recharger, turning it into an Olympics-like sporting event.
HP has unveiled the HP ElitePad 900 that is a Windows 8-based 10.1-inch tablet aimed at the business-minded users with enterprise computing requirements. The tablet will be available in Singapore in late January 2013; however, its retail price has yet to be confirmed.
Encased in a light but strong magnesium alloy casing, the 12.1-inch sturdy CF-SX2 has been tested to drop from a height of up to 76cm, and has the ability to withstand up to 100kg of pressure.
Along with rumors that the iPad Mini would launch on the 17th of this month comes leaked comparison photos of the device's mockup with popular gadgets like Nexus 7, the new iPad and the iPhone 5. Take a quick look after the jump.
Building on ECS's FM2 motherboards by adding a host of powerful new features in the Trinity technology platform, this Golden limited edition motherboard adapts the exclusive gold plating technology and is outfitted in cool black with gold plated key components.
Apple is rumored to be unveiling the iPad Mini at an event on 17 October. It is expected to be available in retail stores from November.
The smart pen is powered by a single AAA battery, and is available for pre-order now for US$79.95. The first 2,000 buyers will receive a special edition version with a laser-engraved tiger graphic reminiscent of the product’s previous name, Blue Tiger.