June 30, 2011
Olympus today launched three new PEN compact system cameras including PEN E-P3, PEN E-PL3 and PEN E-PM1 featuring Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens system. The cameras come with a new 12.3-megapixel Live MOS Image Sensor, TruePic VI Image Processor, high ISO of 12,800, a reengineered autofocus system, full 1080i HD video with Dolby Digital sound recording, newly designed user interfaces and a variety of Art Filters and built-in creative features, these powerfully simple cameras offer advanced capabilities without the complexity of a DSLR.
After failed attempts from companies like Samsung, LG, Motorola and RIM, many are hoping that HP’s first webOS based tablet HP TouchPad will be the first true iPad competitor. Two TouchPad models with storage capacity 16GB and 32GB are available. The TouchPad comes with dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 9.7-inch LCD touchscreen, 1.3-megapixel front camera, Beats Audio, WiFi and Bluetooth. The 16GB model is priced $499 and the 32GB model is priced $599. So, how does this latest entry in the tablet market stack up to the iPad and other tablet currently available?
June 29, 2011
9to5mac is reporting, “Apple is gearing up to launch their upgraded line of ultra thin notebooks in mid-July.” The update will coincide with OS X Lion launch and will bring almost no exterior design changes. However, internally the new MacBook Air will adopt Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors along with Thunderbolt port.
June 27, 2011
Last week BGR kick started the completely redesigned iPhone 5 rumors by posting “We have been told by a reliable source to except a radical new case design for the upcoming iPhone, though we have not been given any additional details surrounding the design of the new iPhone case.” However, other sources still maintain that the next generation iPhone will be iPhone 4 with updated hardware. And, according to a research note issued by Deutsche Bank analyst Chris Whitmore both these rumors might be true.