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The first-ever Epson product aimed to be used together with iOS devices.
Epson occupied a large area on the second floor where the iWorld 2012 is held to off the MegaPlex Digital Dock Projector. The company has been recognized as a maker of imaging products but it is their first time to launch a project with an iOS device in mind. The projector is designed with a dock where a user can plug in the iPad or the iPhone.
Epson will release two versions of the printer. Once is priced at $799 while the other has a price tag of $699. The difference between the two versions lies in the video support and lumes. The more expensive model will output 720p video at 2800 lumens while the other one supports 540p video at 2200 lumens. Aside from iOS devices, any other video formats like RCA, s-video, VGA, and HDMI is supported by the newest Epson projector.View Article Source »
No more overseas factories for the Apple A5 processor.
New reports are saying that Apple and other electronic companies are not anymore looking at the Far East for manufacturing of components instead processors are produced at the Samsung factory in Austin, Texas. The chip produced at this site is the one used for Apple’s products like the iPhone, iPod and iPad. The Samsung factory occupies 1.6 million square foot of land which is equal to three football fields. Initially, the factory does not manufacture non-memory chip but this was change to accommodate the A5 processor. On the other hand, Apple’s A6 processor will be produced by TSMC in Taiwan.View Article Source »
With the success of GP1, BenQ returns with Joybee GP2.
BenQ unveils the new generation of its popular mini projector called BenQ Joybee GP2. This device features the same black and white hardware plus detailed user interface, an integrated iPhone(R)/iPod(R) dock, 720p HD-ready video, several connectivity options and optional three-hour battery pack.
It is designed with 3LED illumination and DLP(R) projection technology. It is light and compact at 565-gram. It has Audio Out port, remote control and keen iPhone/iPod controls.
It brings unparalleled showcase of A/V multimedia outputs with its USB and SD card viewers, document viewer, and mini HDMI for other gadgets. You can connect your PC to the mini projector using a USB cable and save file into its 2GB on-board memory storage.
The new BenQ Joybee GP2 will be displayed at the 2012 International CES. It is priced at $549.View Article Source »
Case-Mate is believed to leak the iPhone 5 design unintentionally with its now-gone products page.
Even before news sites were able to post the most recent buzz, Case-Mate pulled its web page which is said to showcase a number of iPhone 5 cases.
Replaced with a landing page, the now-removed product content looked like renders anyway. However, they were probably based on partly known specs. Thus, the cases offered styling cues that were taken from the iPad 2 and iPod Touch with a tapered back and thinner casing. Case-Mate’s removal of the product page suggests that it wasn’t posted intentionally, although it could be a ploy to get people to their landing page.
Apple is reported to announce the next iPhone in the coming weeks, while Case-Mate’s images were just the latest in the series of leaks concerning the next handset.View Article Source »
Sony's PlayStation Vita is scheduled to roll out in Japan, along with several games on December 17, 2011.
Sony has finally announced a launch date for their newest handheld, the PlayStation Vita. The handheld console is set to arrive on December 17 for customers in Japan. Regardless of Sony’s recent move to cut down the PS3 price to $249 ahead of 2011’s holiday sales, the firm has maintained its original promise to offer the Vita Wi-Fi variant for $324 while the 3G model goes for $390.
The PlayStation Vita will be sold along with 29 different games when it ships in Japan. The upcoming titles include Fish On, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Ninja Gaiden: Sigma, Katamari,F1 2011 and WipeOut among others.
Sony will start taking Vita preorders in Japan on October 15. US customers may be disappointed to find that Sony has yet to provide a time-frame for bringing the device to international markets.View Article Source »
Last Tuesday, Microsoft offered an extended preview of its Windows 8 with Samsung's prototype tablet.
Microsoft’s announcements at the BUILD conference in Anaheim, California caused some buzz, prematurely heralding the downfall of Apple’s iPad. However, the Big Red indicated that they will remain committed to their “No Compromise” strategy of providing full-featured Windows OS to tablets.
In an effort to foster early development for the platform which is set to arrive next year, Microsoft gave the 5,000 attendees a prototype table that it co-developed with Samsung. The device, which is dubbed a Windows 8 Developer Preview, is a re-tooled version of Samsung’s Series 7. It is an Intel i5-based tablet that is packed with Internet Explorer 10, apps created by Microsoft interns, 1.6GHz processor, 11.6-inch screen, front and rear cameras, HDMI and USB ports, and microSD and SIM card slots.
See the Windows 8 Developer Preview in action at the video posted after the break.Read the rest of the article »
A report claims that Intel will be releasing a Sand Bridge E processor, which is suitable for the Mac Pro update on November 15, 2011.
Turkish site, DonanimHaber, suggests that Intel will be releasing its high-end Sandy Bridge E processors on November 15. While not said in the report, server class Xeon versions of those processors – which would be candidates for inclusion in an updated Mac Pro lineup – are likely to ship at the same time.
Other rumors also suggest that the updated Mac Pro models might ship in early August, even though no suitable processors that are known to the public that is available for such refresh. It is noted last month that the rumored period of time came and went without even a single release, and reviewed Intel’s roadmap that pegged suitable processors for a release during the fourth quarter of 2011.Read the rest of the article »
An update to Atari's app revealed several information regarding the Atari Arcade Duo Powered joystick.
An update to Atari’s Greatest Hits app unveiled early details of the second retro arcade gaming stick for the iPad to arrive soon. The Atari Arcade Duo Powered stick, which gets support in the update, recreates the analog buttons and feel similar to the iCade but exchanges some of its vintage feel for more flexibility. Instead of redeveloping a cabinet, it represents a simpler joystick and dock combo that enables users to freely swap out the iPad.
Some details – such as how the iPad and the dock will link up, its price and shipping date – still remain unclear. Atari may still be using bluetooth or a hidden dock connector that will keep the iPad powered, and let it sit in the cradle as long as the owner likes.
The iCade costs $99, and the simpler design of the Duo Powered stick could lower its practical costs.View Article Source »
Microsoft has finally demonstrated USB 3.0 compatibility for Windows 8 in their company's blog.
Microsoft has finally release a demo for their USB 3.0 compatibility for Windows 8. In the said company’s engineering blog, Windows team leader – Steven Sinofsky – pointed out the challenges in purchasing the new standard without compromising compatibility with existing hardware and software built for the USB 2.0 protocol. Microsoft worked to design a new USB software stack for the new controller, while retaining the existing software stack for older controllers.
Sinofsky worte: “Perhaps the most important aspect of USB 3.0 is the expectation that customers have of USB: it’s just USB3 so it should just work, right? Each and every USB device, low, full, high, and SuperSpeed, has to work in Windows 8. That’s our focus while also delivering the most robust and reliable USB stack.”
Check the video demonstration of USB 3.0 in Windows 8 after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Razer unleashed the "world's first" 7.1 surround sound headset - the Razer Tiamat 7.1 - during the Gamescom 2011 last Wednesday.
During the Gamescom 2011 last Wednesday, peripheral manufacturer – Razer – unveiled the “world’s first” discrete 7.1 surround sound gaming headset — the Razer Tiamat 7.1. According to the company, the headset comes with a total of ten discrete drivers — five in each ear cup. These drivers represent the seven surround sound channels and sub woofer.
As posted in a press release: “The Razer Tiamat 7.1 also gives gamers maximum customizability of their audio experience adjustable on a sleek control unit. You can precisely fine-tune the volume of every audio channel, position, and bass depth, as well as conveniently toggle between the headset’s 7.1 surround sound mode, 2.0 stereo mode or external speakers as long as they are also hooked up to the unit, so you’ll have the right setup for your entertainment at all times.”
Together with the announcement, Razer also launched the “Experience the Power of 7 — with Razer Tiamat 7.1″ contest. Here, the participants must answer two questions related to the Razer Tiamat 7.1, invite seven friends via Facebook or Twitter, and “like” the product on Facebook.
The Razer Tiamat 7.1 is set for a Q4 2011 release, and will cost $179.99 (179.99 euro).View Article Source »
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