Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime

ASUS has officially announced the world’s first tablet featuring the NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 quad-core processor – the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime. Cooperatively working with NVIDIA® to launch the first quad-core tablet in the world, the Eee Pad Transformer Prime features the innovative ASUS exclusive mobile dock, presenting a harmony of beauty and strength. ASUS CEO Jerry Shen says, “The combination between the Eee Pad Transformer Prime and Tegra 3 is the perfect fusion to deliver an uncompromising tablet experience. Together, we bring a whole new mobile computing experience to consumers around the world”. Echoing that sentiment, NVIDIA’s President and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang states, “The Eee Pad Transformer Prime is a category-defining product. Powered by Tegra 3, it brings us into a new era of mobile computing, in which quad-core performance and super energy-efficiency provide capabilities never available before. With Transformer Prime, ASUS has once again led the industry into the next generation.”
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All New ASUS Super Alloy Power Graphics Cards

Based on the new Barts GPU technology from AMD, the ASUS HD6870 DirectCU graphics card (EAH6870 DC/2DI2S/1GD5) ships with new and exclusive ASUS Super Alloy Power technology, which blends various metals and elements using an exclusive ASUS formula, resulting in a 15% performance increase*, 2.5 times longer product lifespan* and 35°C cooler operation*. Alongside Super Alloy Power, proprietary ASUS Voltage Tweak overclocking technology delivers 50%* faster clock speeds at up to 1372MHz. The new card also incorporates exclusive DirectCU copper heatpipes that speed up heat dissipation through direct contact with the GPU.

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D-Link releases DCS-930 Wireless N Network Camera with built-in CPU and web server

D-Link, the end-to-end computer networking solutions provider for consumers and businesses, today introduced the DCS-930 Wireless N Network Camera, a compact and affordable network webcam that allows users to connect to an Ethernet or 802.11n wireless network to remotely view live streaming video over the internet. Unlike the traditional webcam, the DCS-930 is a complete system with a built-in CPU and web server that transmits high quality video images for security and surveillance.

“Priced under $200, the DCS-930 is one of the most cost effective and versatile network cameras to date”, said Mr Desmond Toh, Marketing Director of D-Link International Pte Ltd. “Integrated with remote monitoring and motion detection features, the device presents itself as an affordable and complete home security solution.”
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Sony Ericsson X10 mini and X10 mini pro

The Sony Ericsson X10 twins run Android 1.6 on a 600MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 and will ship in 3G variants with quad-band EDGE, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a pack-in 2GB microSD card. As far as OS tweaks are concerned, Sony Ericsson’s Timescape is being touted as a major feature that enables all your communications with contacts to be accessed in one place making it simple to access to call history, Facebook, Twitter, messaging, and the like. Four-corner control also gets a mention and is basically user-customizable shortcut icons placed — not surprisingly — in each corner of the device’s 2.5-inch QVGA touchscreen display.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini and X10 mini pro with slide out QWERTY keyboard offer an open and intuitive communication entertainment experience and build on the human curvature design philosophy debuted by the Sony Ericsson Xperia™ X10. Combining the Android platform with signature applications and a customisable UX platform, communication truly becomes entertainment with these new mobile phones.
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Samsung Wave 525

Samsung Electronics Philippines Corp, a leading mobile phone provider, today launched the Wave 525 (S5253) – the newest bada (Samsung’s open mobile platform) smart phone. The device offers breakthrough connectivity across popular social networking sites with its Social Hub technology.

With Samsung’s Social Hub, all of your contact details, social networks, and email services are integrated into your phonebook, making connecting and sharing easier than ever before. Staying up-to-date with posts, statuses, tweets, and messages is extremely convenient with Social Hub. With a touch, users can post, tweet, or send a message on Facebook, Twitter, and so much more. And without breaking a sweat, status updates, tweets, and messages of friends are pulled into one integrated screen. Saying “you’re not in the loop” is now a thing of the past.
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Acer Liquid E Ferrari Android SmartPhone

Being adorned with a Ferrari is quite impressive a feat in itself, but the Acer Ferrari Liquid Edition E will be the first Android powered phone to obtain the title are ubiquitous in the first place. Aptly named device may have some affinity for Need for Speed, but the specification of hardware under the hood is a bit of no change from the regular E Liquid Acer? C is equipped with a WVGA touch screen, snapdragon processor, Wi-Fi, GPS and a 5-megapixel shooter.
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Samsung Galaxy 5

Samsung Galaxy 5 I5503 is a 2.8 inch QVGA touch screen with 256 k colors. This Android powered smart phone has a screen resolution of 240x 320 pixels. This handset is enabled with Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate.

Phonebooks and calendars are all integrated and consolidated, so that you never have to search for a contact number and you never miss an appointment. Also, you can easily choose how they want to interact with people directly from the phonebook. Beside each name are shortcut links that connect to SNS, email, SMS/MMS for convenient communication. You will enjoy full integration of the Google, Outlook and Facebook calendar.

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Nokia N8

The biggest feature on the Nokia N8 is its 12-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and Xenon flash. It features a substantially larger sensor than any ever used in any other Nokia device – even bigger than many found in dedicated cameras.

The Nokia N8 also introduces the ability to record high definition videos and edit them with a smart built-in editing suite on the device. Playback quality is just as important, and the 3.5-inch HD capacitive touchscreen is the ideal window for assessing your flicks and footage. There’s also a HDMI connector allowing you to hook the smartphone to your HD TV and share your media with friends and family in superb quality.
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