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Lenovo's IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC is a 27-inch multitouch device
Lenovo has introduced the IdeaCentre Horizon Table PC, their first ever “interpersonal PC”. The device is a a multi-user, multi-touch, multi-mode device for the home that offers both a personal computing experience and a shared computing experience.Read the rest of the article »
The Zorro Macsk makes use of infrared technology to transform an ordinary monitor to a touchscreen display
MD Touch has created a special cover that turns an ordinary Apple monitor into a touchscreen display. The Zorro Macsk is a device that was designed and manufactured in China.Read the rest of the article »
‘Le Terme’ is a shower room that combines technology with luxury
Designer Fei Chung Billy Ho has come up with an innovative concept, ‘Le Terme’, a high-tech shower room that allows techies to enjoy a luxurious showering experience with the help of technology.
It features a stainless steel structure that has a touch sensitive, see-through display panels which can be synced to any tablet or smartphone. It lets users to browse through websites, listen to music, even make phone calls while showering. It also has a cypress wood base that is hygienic because it naturally kills bacteria, viral infections, and fungus.
Ho’s creative design made him a finalist in the Reece Bathroom Innovation Award.View Article Source »
ASUS acquires new optical touchscreens that give a thinner and more responsive tablets.
Looks like ASUS tablets will be getting more of the ‘low cost high-performing touchscreens’ by the end of the year, as Neonode Inc. unveiled through a press release that the Taiwanese company is getting Neonode’s multitouch zForce displays. ASUS shared that it’s planning to ship a ‘series of products’ with these displays before 2011 comes to a conclusion.
So what do these zForce displays do anyways? There aren’t any specific details of what makes this touchscreen particularly special, but according to Engadget, the screens don’t go with any additional layers on top of the display, making the tablets different from the common capacitive and resistive ones. In layman’s terms, it’s thinner and more responsive. Win, right?Read the rest of the article »
Are we finally seeing the newest "PSP" and its "tablet-like" features?
Four more days to go and we’ll finally hear Sony’s revelation about the PSP2. To spice things up, there’s an intriguing leaked photo that shows the hardware of the new PSP. Japan’s reliable newspaper, Nikkei, reported that the handheld console will be sporting OLED touchscreen and 3G data from service provider, NTT DoCoMo.
The newspaper also reported that the screen will be larger and will be powered by new powerful silicon. Sony also mentioned the use of a new processor for the PSP2. Nikkei detailed a few notes about the PlayStation Phone. According to them, the PlayStation Phone will run on Google Android OS and will allow users to access non-game apps like video and scheduling services.View Article Source »
Well iPad I think you've found your archenemy. With just its name you'll know that this is your competitor.
Well iPad I think you’ve found your archenemy. With just its name you’ll know that this is your competitor. Introducing BlackBerry’s newest “Baby” : BlackPad. Rumors are already spread out that this new “sweetheart” carries every little thing you wish iPad has. Rodman and Renshaw analyst, Ashok Kumar let’s us take a peak on the alleged specs of this classic.Read the rest of the article »
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