PC graphics card maker Sapphire is also known for its range of mini-desktop computers. Adding a new star to the line, the company has now brought to the fore its new Sapphire Edge device that looks promising. Small case, big performance is what the device seems to proclaim. The new mini-desktop computer, christened Sapphire Edge VS8, boasts powerful performance though it has the form factor of a modem.
Rumor is rife that Lenovo is planning a new touch friendly device that will come bearing Ultrabook ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch. At present, the company ships 3 pound laptops with Windows 7 but the upcoming device is said to be a Windows 8 model. The new ThinkPad X1 Carbon is expected to launch in December.
Luxury homes are a norm these days. Wealthy people who own huge villas have more sophisticated home automation systems too. So is home automation a thing we can’t live without? Well, it’s not like, oh, they have built a big home, so they put some geeky elements in it. Of course, we agree some people find pride in getting any attention to their techy homes. But home automation is far more important than that.
Oppo, the Chinese mobile phone manufacturer, has announced yet another stylish and sexy device christened Ulike2. Significant about the device is that it is aimed at women customers and comes across as a sleek and classy device sporting a white 4.5-inch display.
iHome has recently announced its latest AirPlay-compatible wireless speaker system. Christened iW3, there wireless speakers are specially designed for iTunes running on a Windows or Mac system, or with Apple’s iOS-based iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone portable devices.
Samsung’s new Windows Phone 8 device Ativ S is now available for pre-order at Vodafone, courtesy of Phones 4U. The device that looks somewhat similar to the Galaxy S III.
Sony has announced a significant milestone for the PlayStation 3, with similar impressive feats from the PlayStation Move controller system. Since its launch in November 2006, as many as 70 million PlayStation 3 consoles have been sold worldwide.
Sharp is obviously keen to join the 1080p screen fun on, with the company just announcing its first smartphone with a 5-inch Full HD resolution . The phone will head for the Russian market, we hear.
Huawei, as one of Microsoft’s launch partners along with Nokia, Samsung and HTC, has been an awfully mysterious company in the Windows Phone ecosystem.
There was once a time when smartphone makers were in a race to see who could make the smallest device. Those days, however, are long gone, and nowhere is there a better example of the new “bigger is better” mantra than with HTC’s new Droid DNA.