Category Archives: Gadget
Various tech informations along with tittle-tattle news have been started to arrive on the scene as a welcome sign of the annual Consumer Electronics Show, approaching shortly. Among the recently found rumors the most interesting one has been come from LG. At the CES scheduled from 10th – 14th January at the Vegas Convention Center LG is bringing an all new Intel powered smartphone, the Korea Times has reported.
As the last year did not come out as much successful for Research In Motion the company has put all its efforts to kick start 2012 with a new set of discounts on BlackBerry Playbook. In United State the company has announced a pretty good round of discount on the straggling tablet until the 4th day of February or until the stock come to an end. Until the mentioned time or situation arrives all of the models of the BlackBerry Playbook will be available in $299 in United State. The actual prices of the 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB models of the PlayBook are $499, $599 and $699 respectively. That means in that discount period one can get more that $400 off if he sticks to the larger model of PlayBook.
Chip manufacturing company Intel is reported to set in motion the shipping of their forthcoming low-power Atom processors especially designed for netbooks. In last September Intel introduced two low power chips for desktops. But the forthcoming Atom N2600 and N2800 processors, the new members of Cedar Trail family, are believed to be able to replace the present N455 and N475 Pine Trail processors which are compatible with cheap, light and small laptops.
Korean Tech Giant Samsung is close to become the ruler of the smartphone market. According to the market research firms Samsung has overhauled Nokia even in the domestic market. It happened for the first time that Samsung left behind its Finnish rival in the number of smartphones sold and in the revenue acquired from it as well. Till now Nokia was the ruler; but now it seems that the Korean smartphone manufacturer has enough in its bag to compel Nokia to leave its former position.
Small, light and inexpensive netbooks are not yet back dated. Although the eminent computer manufacturing companies like Samsung and Dell always emphasize on high-end products the mini netbooks are still in the race. Asus the manufacturing company, famous for delivering those mini netbooks introduced the first line up of the mini netbooks in 2008. Since then the company has presented us many small, light weight and affordable netbooks. Most recently Asus announced its forthcoming Eee Personal Computer based on AMD’s Brazos platform.