Apple is prepping new sixth-generation iPhone and third-generation iPad models with embedded 4G LTE connectivity that will launch next year according to a recent report. Japanese news organization Nikkei Business on Wednesday stated that an iPad 3 with LTE is currently slated to launch on NTT DoCoMo some time during the summer next year, and an LTE-enabled iPhone 5 will launch later in the fall.
Acer plans to launch its Iconia Tab A200 tablet, and make it more accessible. They plan to make this tablet is inexpensive enough to be different from all the models currently available at prices ranging from 500 to 600 dollars.There is no official announcement about the device yet, but the company has released promo video on the internet which can be viewed on this link .Acer’s new device will be based on Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC chip, will have 10-inch capacitive touch screen with resolution of 1280 x 800, Bluetooth 2.0 and WiFi connectivity, the front camera, and will come with Android 3.x (Honeycomb) or Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system.
HTC Corp promised competitive new models early next year and said it would stick to its strategy in the face of its biggest challenge since rising to prominence in the smartphone market.
HTC has become the worst performer among global smartphone shares this year, falling over 30 percent in the last eight sessions alone, as investors worried it may have lost the innovative touch that propelled it from contract maker to must-have brand in only a few years.
Those concerns heightened last week when HTC surprisingly cut its revenue forecast for the fourth quarter to no growth, shocking a market used to double-digit growth rates from the maker of the Desire, Sensation and Wildfire models.
Tablet is going to be found a dime to a dozen in the US by 2014. By then the proliferation of the tablet would be such that every third American would own a tablet. The total figure of tablet owners would have shot up to 89.5 million by that year. These are as per forecast reports from eMarketer who specialize is market research studies.
There are plenty of available Android tablets to choose from, the very best of which are running the Honeycomb OS; however, the recently revealed Asus Transformer Prime – the next iteration of the well-received Asus Transformer – represents the most significant hardware upgrade for Android tablets since the launch of the Motorola Xoom.
So, do you take the plunge now or wait for the Prime? Make no mistake, thanks to its increased specs over current Android tablets, anyone interested in buying a tablet should watch the Prime’s launch closely. Keep reading as I plow through what I consider are the most relevant concerns when considering your tablet-choosing dilemma.
Technophiles and A/V geeks may describe Samsung’s 55-inch Series 8 LED-backlit 3D TV as they would a supermodel: Gorgeous body, stunning features, incredibly expensive. Not to mention thin. If you’re serious about your home entertainment and have the necessary savings or disposable income, this is the kind of TV that’ll be on your radar.