The most powerful phone in the world they say. This keynote presentation was just pure awesome, appropriate for compulsive cheering by crowds of ARM fans in the audience.
This is still awesomely cool, now they call it Falconbird, and now they have a prototype camcorder (that requires 4 HDMI outputs to output the 4K2K video, but they still don’t want to mass manufacture it.
- JVC 4k2k consumer camcorder “just around the corner” (slashgear.com)
This is a 9.7″ e-ink e-reader from Onyx International with a Wacom-like stylus touch screen embedded Linux based user interface.
- BOOX eReader Hands On (slashgear.com)
Here’s a new sleek, super slim, super light, 117gr, Android Super Phone by Sony Ericsson using the new 4.2″ Sony Bravia Reality Display technology which is a very bright, vivid colors, sharper image high end LED backlit LCD.
- Hands-on with Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Arc (electronista.com)
- Sony Ericsson Officially Launches Xperia Arc (pocketnow.com)
- A closer look at the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc (ces.cnet.com)
- Meet The Misty Silver Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc (pocketnow.com)
- Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc Hands On (Video) (pocketnow.com)
- “Sony Ericsson Brings Bravia Display Tech to XPERIA Arc Android Smartphone (Video)” and related posts (gottabemobile.com)
- Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Arc seeing an April release? (engadget.com)
This camera has a built-in nHD projector from Texas Instruments that projects a 640×360 image right from the camcorder.
Samsung has spent the last year to even improve the quality of Super AMOLED screen further, releasing the new Plus version in 4.3″ and 4.5″ sized new Android Super Phones powered by a new faster 1.2Ghz Hummingbird processor.
Here’s an interview with the product manager on the Samsung Galaxy Player, explaining and showing the hardware differences between this and the Samsung Galaxy S device.
- Samsung Galaxy Player hands-on (engadget.com)
Status of this ground breaking Google TV Powered smart TV solution made by Logitech. This video features some information on the software updates and developments happening on this platform.
- Logitech Revue hack brings Android Market, requires brute force (engadget.com)
- Hack the Logitech Revue, Google TV… with an Arduino (electronics-lab.com)
AmLogic 1.2Ghz ARM Cortex-A9, 8″ 800×600 screen, could be an affordable such option.
Uses same 9.7″ panel as on the iPad, it uses the Texas Instruments OMAP3630 ARM Cortex-A8 processor.