Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Top 10 New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time.

In the top 10 list below you will find some of the most successful and life-changing electronic gadgets that have taken the population by storm.

1. Motorola Atrix 4G with LapDock

Motorola Atrix 4G android smart phone from the house of Motorola with 4G processing and WebTopapplication. With LapDock you can browse the internet with Firefox browser and much more. You can connect your phone to an empty shell and your phone will work as a computing device.

New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time - Motorola Atrix 4G

Motorola Atrix 4G - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

2. Sony PlayStation 3D Display: All-in-one Game Console

With the SimulView technology in PlayStation 3D Display, two players can play head-to-head on the same screen and take gaming fun to the next level. This game console comes with 24” screen and with a 3D viewing capable monitor that can be used for a lot more than just gaming.

Sony PlayStation 3D Display - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

Sony PlayStation 3D Display - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

3. Canon EOS-1D: A Truly Pro SLR

Canon EOS-1D one is amongst the best digital SLR cameras on the face of the earth. Cannon has designed and manufactured this camera with 18.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, an A/D conversion rate of 14-bit. This super powerful SLR camera comes with ISO setting of 100-51,200 and 3.2” LCD view for taking pictures, which are breath taking. This camera is essentially capable of producing stunning pictures in any condition of light. If you decide to get this or any other SLR camera, we also suggest Trick Photographyto for learning how to make the best use of your powerful camera and capture the professional photos.

Canon EOS-1D - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

Canon EOS-1D - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

4. Google TV: A Powerful Smart TV

This is a “smart TV” from Google and its designers. With the android operating system and Google Chrome’s Linux version it makes for a fun and wonderful television. Google TV runs with Google I/O system and is developed by Intel, Logitech, Google and Sony.

Google TV - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

Google TV - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

5. Apple MacBook Pro: Revolutionary Laptop

This MacBook Procomes with its core of 7 Intel processors, AMD Radeon graphics. You can run smooth video calls with its FaceTime technology and its Thunderbolt Input/output mechanism allows you to work smoothly with not glitches.

MacBook Pro - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

MacBook Pro - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

6. Apple iPhone 4S: King of Smart Phones

The best iPhone from the product line of the mighty Apple. As one of the best touch phones, the iPhone 4swas the last product of ingenuity from the late Apple genius himself – Steve Jobs. This phone has the total package; the camera, its display and the intelligent voice assistant helps you to working with thisphone to be truly a great experience.

Apple iPhone 4s - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

Apple iPhone 4s - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

7. Samsung Galaxy S II: Queen of Smart Phones

This android smart phone is designed with super Amoled Plus display technology with 4.3” screen.Samsung Galaxy S II also comes with the powerful dual core application processor as well as 8.9 millimeter slim design that is just as slick as professional.

Samsung Galaxy S II - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

Samsung Galaxy S II - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

8. Amazon Kindle Fire: Amazon’s Own Tablet

Amazon Kindle Fire, is the really what Amazon needed to run its digital products and become completely independent. The Kindle Fire helps you to buy all the products of this online store and view them on its think multi functional screen. You can watch movies, listen to music, store books and many other things. You can buy from the online store directly and store the links in the Amazon cloud.

Kindle Fire - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

Kindle Fire - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

9. Galaxy Nexus from Samsung: King of Android Phones

Until today, the best of android smart phone in the market is this precisely Galaxy Nexusfrom Samsung with the collaboration of Google. A display of 4.6 inches along with a 720p screen resolution makes the Galaxy Nexus screen shine in your eyes, not to mention the ultra quick 4G connection that comes with this smart phone.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

Samsung Galaxy Nexus - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

10. Apple iPad 2: The Best of New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

As for the number 1 on the list of top 10 new electronic gadgets of this era, the iPad 2 takes the front position. It has really become the king of all Gadgets. The beautiful touch screen, with its wonderful technology from the product line of Apple is super light, thin and comes with functionalities and apps that it worth-having.

iPad 2 - New Electronic Gadgets of Our Time

Sony’s Quad Core Smartphones Not Coming Until 2013?

A number of manufacturers showed off quad core smartphones at this years Mobile WorldCongress, Sony didn’t show off any new quad core devices and now it appears that we may have to wait until 2013 to see quad core smartphones from Sony.

Cnet Asia recently spoke to Stephen Sneeden, who is the product marketing manager for Sony Mobile, and he indicated that Sony wont release any quad core smartphones until next year.

“We’re going to join quad-core when we feel that the performance matches the batteryefficiency,” he said. “Because right now we don’t feel that is there. What we are going to be doing in the second-half of the year is moving to the Cortex A15 architecture, which we feel outperforms the current quad-core architecture.”

“You’ll see in 2013, as we’re evaluating the quad-core performance where it makes sense, where you’re not suffering in quality and the performance truly is there, and there really is something that demanding applications need. That’s when we make the right move to quad-core.”

Sony recently announced a range of new dual core smartphones so it looks like we may have to wait until next year to see some quad core ones from the company.

Source Cnet Asia

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Which Tech Gadgets Will Be Phased Out This Decade?

Which Tech Gadgets will be phased out by 2020?

You don’t need particularly great foresight to know many of the gadgets on today’s market won’t be around in 2020 given how quickly the tech industry keeps changing. In the first half of the 2000s, retailers were buzzing about the prospects of MP3 playersand netbooks, but by the end of the decade, those products had largely been replaced bysmartphones and tablets.

As tempting as it may be to imagine otherwise, some of the gadgets you may rely on most right now will likely suffer the same fate and be killed off or made obsolete by the end of this decade. Sure, you may still be able to find these products for sale in certain niche stores, but they will no longer be produced for a mass-market audience.

“You can still find and buy VCRs and there are people still using mainframes from 1992, so it’s not like this stuff disappears forever,” says Stephen Baker, an industry analyst at the NPD Group. Baker notes that the main reason retailers continue to market and sell outdated products is to cater to shoppers who buy them for nostalgia’s sake, but for all intents and purposes the market has left these products in the dust. So which popular products today will join the likes of VCRs, cassette players and transistor radios in the next few years? MainStreet asked five tech analysts to offer their thoughts on the gadgets that will largely be phased out by the end of this decade

Standalone GPS Systems
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Standalone GPS Systems

The days of spending $200 or more on a standalone GPS device won’t last much longer, analysts say.

“Portable navigation devices like those sold byTomTom and Garmin will probably not be sold in 2020, just because mobile phones will have taken on that function themselves and because GPS systems will be standard equipment in cars,” says Charles S. Golvin, an analyst at Forrester, a market research firm. As a result, there won’t be much of a need to buy a product whose only function is to tell you directions.

If there is a demand for these GPS systems, it will likely come from a very specific segment of consumers.

“Maybe you could argue there will be a market for guys climbing Mount Everest or long-distance truckers or the military, but for the vast majority of consumers, standalone GPS systems will be irrelevant and redundant,” Baker says.

Photo: Jinx!/Flickr


The e-reader has already undergone significant changes in its short history, evolving from a product with a keyboard to one with a touchscreen and more recently being integrated into a kind of a tablet-hybrid, but according to Golvin, the market for e-readers will mostly disappear by the end of the decade.

“The tablet will largely supplant the e-reader in the same way that the iPod increasingly gets displaced by smartphones,” Golvin says. “Tablets will take on the e-reader function of handling magazine, newspaper and book reading.” In essence, spending money on an e-reader that can only handle reading when tablets can do this and more will come to seem as useless as buying a GPS system that can only look up directions when other technology does this as well.

Just how small the e-reader market becomes may depend somewhat on advancements in display technology. One of the biggest incentives for consumers to buy a pure e-reader is to have an e-ink display (like reading from a book) rather than a backlit display (like reading from a computer screen), but according to Golvin, manufacturers are already working on ways to merge the two reading experiences and create a tablet that doubles as an authentic e-reader.

Even then, there may be still be some e-readers on the market at the beginning of next decade, but not many.

“It could be that by 2020 you can still buy a super cheap e-reader for $20, but by and large, the volume of sales will be so close to zero as to be indistinguishable, like CD players are now,” he says.

Feature Phones
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Feature Phones

Several of the products that are likely to be phased out will ultimately be the victim of advances tosmartphones, and none more directly than feature phones.

Tim Bajarin, a technology columnist and principle analyst with Creative Strategies, predicts that 80% of all phones sold in 2015 will be smartphones and every phone sold in 2018 will be a smartphone. This rapid decline will come about thanks to a drop in prices for consumers and an increase in revenue opportunities for carriers.

“Even today, the money that is made is not on the phone itself but on the services,” Bajarin says, noting that carriers will opt to “fade out” their feature phone option in favor of smartphones with more services.

Low-End Digital Cameras
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Low-End Digital Cameras

When Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S, smartphone competitors probably weren’t the only ones beginning to sweat. Digital camera makers also have much to be worried about. Apple’s newest phone has a killer 8-megapixel camera that takes in more light and records video at 1080p HD video. Until recently, those kind of specs were unique to digital cameras, but increasingly smartphones are taking over the market.

Flip cameras went bye-bye and now low-end camera functions are being taken over by smartphones,” says Rob Enderle, principle analyst for the Enderle Group. Going forward, consumers will have less incentive to carry around a camera when they already have a phone in their pocket that takes quality pictures. “The point-and-shooters – and particularly the cameras that sell for under $200 – will eventually go away and be replaced by cellphones that do the same thing.”

On the other hand, Enderle predicts more expensive and high-tech cameras may have a brighter future, though not by much, as a smaller market of photo enthusiasts seek out professional-quality cameras that go above and beyond what’s offered on a phone.

DVD Players

DVD Players

DVD players are in the process of being phased out now by Blu-ray players and will likely be erased from the consumer landscape by the end of the decade.

“The DVD player should be replaced by digital delivery,” says Ian Olgeirson, a senior analyst at SNL Kagan, who points to streaming movie services like Netflix as being the future. “Blu-rays and whatever the next generation high-end movie format emerges could prolong the lifespan because of challenges around streaming, but eventually the disc is going to be phased out.”

The idea of placing a disc into a DVD player to watch a movie will eventually seem as outdated as placing a record on a turntable, which brings us to the next product on our list…

Recordable CDs and DVDs
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Recordable CDs and DVDs

Using CDs and DVDs to view and store content will soon be a thing of the past.

“CDs are clearly not going to make it over the next 10 years because everything will shift over to pure digital distribution, so all those shiny discs will be gone,” Bajarin says. This will be due in part to more streaming options for music and movies and a greater reliance on digital downloads, combined with more efficient storage options for consumers, including USB drives, external hard drives and of course the cloud.

“All a CD is is a medium for distribution of content … and within 10 years, you won’t need a physical transport medium,” Bajarin says.

Video Game Consoles
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Video Game Consoles

Popular video game systems such as the Wii,PlayStation and Xbox may still be in homes next decade, but they will look much different. Rather than buy a separate console, Enderle expects that consumers will instead buy smart televisions with a gaming system built into it, not to mention tablets and smartphones that will continue to ramp up their gaming options.

“It looks like analog game systems won’t make it until the end of the decade,” Enderle says. “You are already seeing the Wii have a tough time holding on to the market and PlayStation has been struggling for a while.”

The gaming systems that will succeed in the future will be those that manage to move away from being focused solely on video games and more on other entertainment options such as movies, evolving from a traditional game console into more of a set-top box.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

The World Of Technology.

This time of year, everybody's buying a gift for somebody. the wonderful world of technology has a gewgaw,{bangle, bauble, fallal, gaud, novelty}
that's perfect for that special someone. Here are a few of our favorites:

1. An e-reader. Amazon's Kindle has come down dramatically in price since its first release, and it has a bigger memory and a battery that can last up to a month on a single charge. The Barnes and Noble Nook comes in black-and-white and color versions, offering a worthy competitor to the Kindle (black-and-white) and a much cheaper alternative to the iPad (color).

2. A tablet computer. The king of the tablets is still the iPad. The new version is fast, gorgeous, and an excellent device for watching and reading - videos, web sites, books, newspapers, you name it. The Motorola Xoom is the closest Android-based competition, and while it isn't cheap, it's got a lot of horsepower. The tablet isn't going to replace a college student's laptop yet, but with more college textbooks available on the iPad, we can expect tablets to have a growing presence in educational circles.

3. A universal remote. With a single remote controlling your TV, DVD player, cable box, and stereo, you're really giving a gift to the whole family. You won't have to hunt for six different remotes to watch a movie, and everyone can stop complaining about it.