Saturday, April 17, 2010
Asus Eee Keyboard is a bright new concept.
It has a full complement of ports and can run Windows, but its two standout features are a 5" LCD that replaces the numeric keyboard and wireless high-definition output to a television. Quite Compelling!!
It's no coincidence that, after years of nay saying the importance of IP support, a wide range of TV manufacturers are now supporting Internet connectivity in their TVs and Blu-ray players.
The unique design of the Eee Keyboard may also be able to overcome some of the challenges faced by previous home theater PC efforts such as HP's Digital Entertainment Center. It is of 5" screen and is of small size. Finally, wireless HD technologies such as the ultra wideband technology slated to be used by the Eee Keyboard enable high-definition video to be transferred from PCs to televisions without HDMI cables.
However, the Eee Keyboard may find itself squeezed between the integration of simple streaming services in the television and affordable netbooks for things requiring better Web access.
Ipad hs created buzz in recent time none other product has generated. Probably more than even iphone launch.
With more than 3 Lac iPads sold on the first day of launch, it is kissing success.
However, almost every day there is more drama wrt iPad launch. Firstly, there was the story about delay in International Launch of iPad; and now there is this interesting story that Israel has Banned Apple iPad.
According the media reports, the Israeli government has seized 10 iPad devices since they initiated the ban and they will be returned to their obviously disappointed owners when they leave the country after they pay a small storage fee.
This surely isnt the last one heard about iPad. Huh!!
One of the most common problem with most phones has been draining of Battery juice.
Olive FrvrOn tackles this problem; it is a hybrid dual powered cellphone. This phone has the ability to be run on AAA cell, as well as standard phone battery. WOW!! this is a good innovation, and at unbeatable price of Rs 1699.
If OLIVE can do it, why not biggies like Nokia, Samsung etc.