Do you know that you can now do more with your regular LCD/ LED or Plasma TV? That is, with the help of the smart and feature-rich EFO iPazzport Android Mini PC TV Dongle!
How is that possible you ask? Simple. The Dongle, tiny though it may be, works like a micro-computer that runs Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) found in most new smartphones and Tablets today. With this Dongle attached to your TV through any available HDMI port, you can do a lot of things like:
1. Surf the Internet using the iPazzport Voice TV remote to operate the TV wirelessly
2. Enjoy music, video and HD movies in almost any format!
3. Play games like Angry birds and Ninja Fruit ...
4. Make Skype calls and do video chat
5. Download new apps and games through Google Play store!
6. Voice search and control
7. Update your Facebook account
Philips has a new media player in case youíre looking for one. The Philips GoGear Connect 3 media player has some great features for such a small device. By the way, GoGear Connect 3 is also dubbed Wi-Fi MP4 Player.
Youíll be happy to know that this runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread which makes it much like an updated smartphone though itís really just a media player. And because itís Android, you can easily download from the Android Market to your device. It has Wi-Fi connectivity for that purpose.
Perhaps by now youíve heard about the upcoming Android tablet from Amazon. This rumor has been around for a while now and itís in fact getting hotter and hotter with the reports that the Amazon Android tablet will make its debut in August or September of this year!
Amazon aims to sell 4 million units of the said tablet just this year. And to meet that aim, the company is planning to ship 700,000 to 800,000 units every month.
Folks at Barnes & Noble have huge smiles on their faces right now because they think that their latest Nook device, the Simple Touch Reader, will take the e-book reader market by storm! Can the new Nook e-reader really do that? Well, letís see!
The new Nook has Android 2.1 and 2GB of storage. For your convenience, it also has WiFi and microSD card slot. But more than the aforementioned hardware, the new Nook has new features to attract book lovers.
Are you looking for an affordable alternative to the iPad? Why not try the CherryPad tablet by CherryPal? Priced at $300 to $400, this is very affordable and capable as well. It runs Android OS, although which version is still unknown. Most likely it will be Honeycomb since itís the OS specifically designed for tablets.
The new CherryPad boasts a 7-inch multitouch capacitive screen which is equipped with a 1024 x 600 resolution. This is a definite improvement compared to the previous model that had 800 x 400 resistive screen.
Have you ever seen a storage device that can withstand all elements including the damaging force of bullets? Probably not because it was only recently that such product was unveiled, the IOSafe Rugged Portable!
This portable storage is as indestructible as can be because it can withstand bullets, immersion in water and chemicals, strong impact and extreme altitude and a lot more! This is all possible because the IOSafe Rugged Portable has cases made from tough materials like milled aluminum and titanium alloy.
Enthusiasts of anything 3D starting from games and movies can now have more chances to enjoy such experiences with the new 3D WAVI wireless PC-TV package. Using the PC as the player, users can connect wireless to their TV sets and voila they can enjoy 3D games and movies wirelessly.
This is because the WAVI transmits all the PCís contents to the TV. It also comes with a USB connection that allows users to control the PC from a distance. Wow, talk about convenience! Thereís no problem even if you just lounge on the couch and control everything from there.
Well, well, the most competitive Android tablet may come from a company that you probably never thought would make it! NEC, which is an IT and network technologies integrator, will be unveiling two tablets at CES in Las Vegas.
One of them, the Dual Screen Cloud Communicator Tablet, sports two screens both 7 inches in size and has the ability to run different programs on each screen. However, NEC hasnít revealed whether those screens will be resistive or capacitive type. And to facilitate access to those programs, the device comes with a stylus pen. This dual-screen tablet has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Think transferring photos to your iPad is inconvenient? Well with the new 3-in-1 iPad Camera Connection Kit, that will be a thing of the past! This is basically a dongle that provides three types of connectivity to the iPad and these are the SD, microSD, and USB.
This 3-in1 iPad Camera Connection Kit comes in two colors: black and white. Both of them look good. This kit costs $30, which is a bit more than Appleís dongles.
Finally, the dual-screen Kno Tablet is about to make its debut. And aside from the dual-screen variety, there will also be a single-screen Kno. The announcement came straight from the company so you can rest assured that this is for real! The single-screen Kno has a14-inch screen. You get two screens of the same size in the dual-screen version.
Aside from the full-color touchscreen, the Kno tabletís interface allows note-taking using a stylus. It also features a built-in browser with Wi-Fi.
Both the single and dual-screen versions look great and seem capable. But, one thing that might put off buyers is the price. It will be $599 for the single-screen version and $899 for the dual-screen variety.
Between an e-reader with E Ink technology and a full-colored one, more people would surely go for the full-colored device. E Ink, the developer of the display used in the Kindle and other e-readers, has announced a new technology called E Ink Triton. This new electronic paper display is not only capable of handling 16 levels of gray but thousands of other colors as well. And this goes for both text and pictures.
Barnes & Noble has come up with a new e-reader named Nook Color. As its name implies, this e-reader is a fully-colored device. Although it is not the first full-colored e-reader, it seems to be the most competitive. But can it beat out the competition like the Amazonís Kindle and Sony Reader with E Ink technology? Weíll have to see. For the meantime hereís a roundup of its features.
Barnes & Noble Nook Color is powered by Android 2.1 and features a 7-inch LCD display with 1024 x 600resolution. It also designed to hold 16 million colors for the superb full-color experience. Accentuating the screen is a black bezel.
Having an external flash drive is really very convenient these days, especially for people who are always downloading things from the web. Are you one of those people? Well then you probably need a new external storage device. Iomega has a new storage device that you can just put in your pocket! Aside from that, the new Iomega device uses USB 3.0 interconnect.
Canít get enough of tablets? Then watch out for the six new tablets that Florida-based company Augen will be unleashing soon. These tablets are worth looking out for because five of them boast Android 2.2 operating system while one has Android 2.2 and Ubuntu! They all sound very intriguing right?
The most high-end tablet of them all is the dual-boot Augen GenTouch Espresso Doppio that contains Android 2.2 and Ubuntu Linux. It has a 10.2-inch touchscreen with 1024x758 resolution, 1GHz processor, 512GB RAM, 160GB hard drive, Wi-Fi, USB ports and QWERTY LED-backlit keyboard. It also has a convenient 3MP front-facing camera. This baby costs $600.