ASUS just launch a new device in O!Play family.
The ASUS O!Play Media Pro Smart TV set-top box uses a powerful codec, supporting 50+ formats. Its digital TV tuner updates any TV to digital, with a 7-day Electronic Program Guide. High speed downloads, HD streaming, and access to online content are facilitated by Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11n Wi-Fi, with access to services such as YouTube XL, Picasa, Acetrax, DailyMotion, and internet TV/radio.
Exclusive O!Direct affords one-click streaming from desktops and notebooks to HDTV, plus O!MediaShare interconnects the set-top box with smartphones. ASUS-sourced live firmware updates ensure an always-current experience.
|Supported video formats||MPEG1/2/4, H.264, VC-1, RM/RMVB, XVID|
|Supported video file extensions||mp4, .mov, .avi, .asf, .wmv, .flv, .mkv, .ts, m2ts, .dat, .mpg, .vob, .mts, .iso, .trp|
|Supported audio formats||MP3, WAV, AAC, OGG, FLAC, AIFF, Dolby® Digital AC3m, DTS® Digital Surround, Dolby® Digital Plus, PCM/LPCM, Dolby® TrueHD, ID3 Tag, MS-ADPCM, LC-AAC , HE-AAC ,COOK ,RA-lossless|
|Supported image formats||JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF|
|Supported subtitle formats||.srt, .sub, .smi, idx+sub, .ssa, .ass|
|Television system||Digital TV: DVB-T|
|I/O ports||1 x power (DC-in) input|
|2 x USB 2.0|
|1 x Gigabit LAN (1000Mbps)|
|1 x mini HDMI port|
|1 x analog audio/video output|
|1 x digital audio output (S/PDIF)|
|1 x SD/MMC card slot (2-in-1)|
|1 x RF-in|
|1 x IR|
|Dimensions||151.85mm x 106.7mm x 29.03mm|
I’m not a very tech guy but as soon I read about GALAXY Beam, Samsung’s projector smartphone, I was stunned not for projector feature but its 6Gb RAM memory..
Or maybe not? maybe it is an error. But no single tech editor saw this? Not one from Samsung Mobile PR team? No one? Hello?
this is the print screen from Samsung Mobile website (the link)
The smartphone itself is OK and the projector feature (the main feature promoted by Samsung for it) should be fun for Kids but not for any professionals like Samsung want to think. It is funny just to think to a sales manager tell to the customers in the meeting “just a moment to show on the wall some charts. I’ll project those photos with my smartphone…” ha. you got the deal, not…
Do we need a Quad-Core cell phone? HTC said yes, LG follow with X3. So, who cares about what we want or what we really need? If vendors think we need powerful cell phones we will get powerful cell phones. It’s simple like that.
LG X3 features Tegra 3 by nVidia, a 4.7 inch display with 1280×720 resolution (almost like a tablet.. ) and 8 megapixel camera (rear) and 16GB of storage (microSD also available).
X3 run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich…
This device from iTwin solve a big problem: setup a remote file access simple and secure. In the world of cloud computing this device is a logical step. No need anymore for mobile device with big storage capacity, you simply access your files from home (or office) desktop simple and fast.
How it works: two identical halves that need only be plugged into two computers for them to be instantly connected over the Internet and secured by hardware-based, end-to-end military grade AES-256 bit secure connection
Easy to use
Much expensive than a software solution (price: $99.00)
ASUS just launch the world’s first Windows-based 27” (1920 x 1080 resolution) All-in-One PC with a 10-point touch display.
The ET2700’s side panels are home to two superfast USB 3.0 ports, a combo eSATA/USB 2.0 port and an SD card reader; while an HDMI input at the rear instantly turns it into a 27″ display for use with a gaming console
ASUS ET2700 technical details:
|LCD||27″ 16:9 widescreen
Full HD 1920 x 1080 LED backlit
|Touchscreen||10-point capacitive touch (INTS/IUTS)
NVIDIA® GT 540M (INTS/INKS)
Intel® HD Graphics (IUTS)
|Memory||Up to 8GB DDR3 at 1333Mhz|
|Optical drive||Tray-in Blu-ray combo/tray-in Super Multi DVD Tray-in Blu-ray writer|
|Storage||Up to 2TB SATA hard drive|
|Ports||USB 3.0, HDMI-in, SD card reader, e-SATA (USB 2.0 Combo)|
DTS Surround Sensation UltraPCTM
Today Acer has announced the launch of Acer H9500BD a 3D 1080p Full HD projection.
The new projector supports multiple popular 3D technologies, such as Blu-ray 3D and DLP 3D for movies, as well as NVIDIA 3DTV Play and 3D-compatible gaming consoles. Customers can use the dual HDMI 1.4 ports to connect the projector to these devices, as well as a PC with 120Hz output and 3D software. When combined with the included Acer ActiveShutter 3D glasses, customers will enjoy a compelling three-dimensional experience. Acer 2D-to-3D technology automatically converts any 2D signal into 3D, whether it’s a picture or a video.
So, if you are a journalist or a blogger and think to write about an ACER new product just check the Amazon new arrival list. The Press Release may come a month later.