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From one report to another, Samsung Galaxy Tab has definitely powered up the battle inside the computer tablet arena. But enough of the written words! Let the hands-on video tell it all.
With Samsung Galaxy Tab already reported here in Gadg and in many other blogsites, readers might not need more coverage aside from a good hands-on demonstration. Good thing, CTIA Fall 2010 visitors were allowed to experience the Samsung Galaxy Tab — though no one is taking about the features here. And that is kind of weird.
The Samsung Galaxy S might be smaller than the iPad, but the 7-inch screen can switch from portrait to landscape mode in a jiffy. Furthermore, it has a beautiful display and a Live Wallpaper that really comes to life. Too bad there’s no release date yet, so we really can’t tell when it’s going to hit the shelves.
Still not convinced? Why not watch the video after the jump?Read the rest of the article »
The Jabra Wave Go 660 is at CTIA Fall 2010 event to show off how slim and how easy it is to use the Bluetooth headset. Its ergonomic use is ideal for working all-day and its features create an intuitive user experience.
Jabra Wave shows off its Go 660 Bluetooth headset at the MobileFocus event of CTIA Fall 2010 in San Francisco. The Wave comes in three designs: a Bluetooth headset in red and in black, plus a wired version of the Go 660. The Verizon-exclusive headset utilizes a new wind-noise reduction technology, Voice Guidance, StatusDisplayTM, and an easy-to-find answer/end button on the microphone boom. The Jabra Wave Go 660 uses a unique ear design that is slimmer and more ergonomic than its predecessors. Pricing on the headset is unknown as of the moment, but it will land on Verizon stores in November.View Article Source »
With a 3.5-inch touch screen, a slider design, and a full QWERTY keyboard, the Transform's design is like a breath of fresh air to the eye.
Samsung unveiled a new phone at the CTIA Fall 2010 in San Francisco yesterday. The Samsung Transform has a larger slide-out keyboard and runs on Android 2.1. It also has a 3.2 megapixel camera at the back and another at the front for video calling. Samsung Transform’s design is nothing that users have seen before. It has a 3.5-inch touch screen, a slider design and a full QWERTY keyboard. The Samsung Transform also has Bluetooth, MP3 player, micro SD card slot, WiFi, GPS, and more Android-based features. This model provides stuffs that older hands will surely appreciate. With its very comfortable design and quick response to user command, the new mobile phone from Samsung is more than what it looks like. The Samsung Transform will land on Sprint network and will hit the market on October 10.View Article Source »
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