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2011 was certainly the year of ‘Gadgets’. Almost all electronic giants launched some of their best products and fascinate the world by the innovations. Below are some of the best gadgets that were launched in the year 2011:
- Samsung Galaxy S II – Galaxy S II, the phone which runs on Android 2.3 operating system is a combination of great looks and ultimate performance with 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus screen and dual-core 1.2 GHz processor.
- Apple iPad 2 – Apple launched its second generation iPad – the iPad 2 which is much faster than the previous one and includes front and back cameras.
- Nintendo 3DS – Nintendo launched the first gaming console that can provide the stereoscopic 3D effects without the use of 3D glasses.
- Sony PS Vita – Sony recently launched its latest PlayStation ‘Vita’, which has touch-interface with front and back cameras. It also has two knob-like joysticks and gamers can even connect over cell phone networks and Wi-Fi hotspots.
- Kindle Fire – The Kindle Fire is like an all-purpose computer than an e-reader which is the first full-color, touch-screen Kindle. You can watch movies, play games, surf web-pages and do whatever you like to do apart from reading your favorite books.
Though, all these gadgets were launched in 2011 but they will also remain popular in 2012.
Wireless Keyboard for iPad to easily surf internet
Few months back, there was news in the technology world about the world’s cheapest tablet – ‘Aakash‘, which was made in India. It was supposed to be given to students in India at the subsidized price of Rs. 1200 ($25) though the Aakash tablet will cost the government around Rs 2,200 ($50). Now, this tablet is also available commercially for the common public in just $50. One can buy this ultra low cost tablet online from their website – http://www.aakashtablet.com
- OS: Android 2.2
- 366 Mhz processor
- 7 inch display
- Resistive touch screen
- Wi-Fi connectivity
- 1 USB port
- 3.5mm jack
Now, the company ‘DataWind’ is soon launching the upgraded model of Aakash called the ‘Ubislate 7′ in only $60. It has upgraded processor of 700 Mhz with 3200 mAh battery and Android 2.3. Ubislate 7 will also have support for GPRS to be used as a phone. Definitely, there is no other touch pad tablet or computing device at this price, which certainly makes it attractive for the day-to-day requirements of most users.
HTC, the smartphone maker recently launched HTC EVO 3D, the amazing 3D smartphone which does not require you to wear 3D glasses to experience the 3D magic. HTC EVO 3D operates on Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) operating system with 1.2 GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor. It features a 3D 4.3-inch 960 x 540 px SLCD display with dual 5 megapixel rear cameras, which are capable to capture both conventional and 3D images and videos.
EVO 3D comes packed with 4GB of internal memory and expandable to 32GB via microSD card. With the built-in mobile hotspot functionality, the HTC EVO 3D allows you to connect up to eight Wi-Fi enabled devices to enjoy the benefits of 4G speeds.
So, go ahead and buy this amazing smartphone to experience the all new 3D world without glasses.
Netflix is a service provider for on-demand internet streaming media in the United States, Canada and few other countries. So, whenever you want to watch your favorite movie, just logon to Netflix and enjoy the Netflix movie on your favorite screen like laptop or a projector. Netflix was established in 1997 in California and started its subscription-based digital distribution service in 1999, and by 2009, it had a collection of 100,000 titles of DVDs and offers a flat rate DVD-by-mail in the United States. Currently, Netflix has more than 20 million subscribers and planning to expand its services into the European and Latin America market.
Netflix is the biggest source of North American web traffic which accounts for more than 24 percent of aggregated traffic, as reported by Sandvine. It does not support playback on Linux PCs, but the Linux-based Roku devices and Android operating system which uses the Linux kernel are supported. Netflix offers its Internet video streaming (“Watch Instantly“) of selected titles to computers running Windows or Mac OS X and to compatible devices like Microsoft Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and Sony PS3 console; Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Android 2.2 and 2.3 devices, as well as Apple TV and Google TV.
LG Electronics has shown the prototype of their latest 3D (Three Dimensional) smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The 4.3-inch WVGA touch screen of Optimus 3D produces the illusion of depth without require you to wear special glasses. It also includes a pair of five-megapixel camera lenses for taking 3D photos and video to woo the multimedia experience.
On the technical front, LG Optimus 3D runs Google Inc.’s Android operating system and powered by a 1GHz dual-core dual-channel processor and dual-memory architecture which certainly will provide the faster user experience. This gadget is also equipped with HDMI 1.4 connection and is compatible with DLNA Certified products. It is expected to hit the market in the mid of 2011. So, wait for more reviews until it gets launched and experience the amazing 3D life on the go.