At International CES, the world's reknown leaders in HD television and monitor display technology AOC, showcased the 22-inch USB Monitor, a sleek full high definition LED monitor that receives both power and signal solely through USB connection.
The energy-efficient and affordable 22-inch USB Monitor (e2251Fwu) offers simple plug-and-play connectivity, making the productivity benefits of dual- and multi-monitor computing available to the masses.
According to the Marketing Manager of AOC; Robert Velez, "The 22-inch USB Monitor makes multi-screen computing more practical than ever with its plug-and-play setup, cord independence and low power consumption,"
With the launch of the e2251Fwu, AOC continues its commitment to providing the latest in digital display technologies and innovative styling. The 22-inch USB Monitor is ultra-light and super slim, measuring only 10.6 mm thin. The LED-backlit LCD monitor offers excellent image quality for movies and gaming with Full HD 1080p resolution, 20,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, 200cd/m2 brightness and 5ms response time.
Thanks to the LED backlight, the e2251Fwu consumes 50 percent less energy than many CCFL backlit monitors. The monitor also features a removable stand that allows it to instantly transform into a digital photo frame or presentation display. Due to its minimal weight, the e2251Fwu can be moved around effortlessly, while the large display and wide viewing angles allow several viewers to see a great picture, making it a perfect tool for client meetings and business presentations
• Supported on all leading operating systems including Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 & Apple MAC OSX Tiger / Leopard and Lion.
It's a new year; I suggest you go out there and get one at only USD 199.
Sometimes I like perusing through the web to fantasize and admire the latest technology on the market. This time while on BBC, I happen to find the World's Cheapest Touchscreen Tablet - AAKASH TABLET manufactured by . At only $62 you get:-
Though the tablet is cheap it has lots of cons and some of them are but not limited to Inferior touch screen, Low battery life, Limited apps.
During the IFA show in germany, Toshiba revealed its Desktop All-in-One Qosmio DX730, which Toshiba says borrows both its design and 'Resolution+' picture processing technology from Regza TVs.
The stunning Qosmio DX730 is set to be the first All-In-One (AIO) launched by the company in Europe. This PC comes with a 23-inch (58.4cm) Full HD touchscreen display and everything the modern family needs and expects from a cutting-edge computer.
Here we take a look at everything you need to know about this stunning new addition to the Toshiba computer line-up.
Built around an impressive 23-inch (58.4cm) display, the Toshiba Qosmio DX730 delivers a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The touchscreen panel comes with full multi-touch support, so you'll be able to interact with applications and web sites with the tap of a finger. What's more, with Freeview built-in, as well as a Blu-ray drive and Onkyo speakers, the Toshiba Qosmio DX730 makes the ideal home entertainment unit for any bedroom, back room, or even students digs.
It's not just the look of the Toshiba Qosmio DX730 that has been inspired by Toshiba's expertise in HD TVs. Using the latest Resolution+ picture processing technology, found in the new breed of Toshiba REGZA TVs you'll find that standard definition movies are also enhanced, with colour, contrast and brightness boosted to their optimum levels.
If you're looking for the latest in technical innovation, the Toshiba Qosmio DX730 has been designed to fit the bill. Powered by a choice of Intel Core i5, Intel Core i3 or Intel Pentium processors and backed by up to 6GB of memory, there is enough processing power in this tiny box to handle the latest applications and games with ease. What's more, with up to 1TB of storage space you'll have more than enough room to store all your home movies, photos and music.
Toshiba Qosmio DX730 features
Compact and space-saving the Toshiba Qosmio DX730 may be but you'll find everything the modern family needs packed inside. With 802.11n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0 offering wireless connectivity, wires are a thing of the past, as even the keyboard and mouse both use wireless technology to connect to the PC. Wired connectivity isn't forgotten with four USB 2.0 ports, as well as two USB 3.0 ports offering a host of hook-up options.
As we are getting used to DUAL PHONEs from china, Samsung and now of recent NOKIA's, just around the corner VSA (Victorinox Swiss Army) decided to come up with another dual product, this time it is a USB FLASH MEMORY DISK.
The beauty about this flash disk, both the USBs plugins retracts like the famous Swiss Army knife, and the Duo is the one with two USB plug-ins.
The Slim and Slim Duo are both waterproof and shock-resistant, and is also TSA-approved. Not only are they hard on the outside, but they have “iron-clad protection” with many layers of data encryption as well as password protection.
The Slim and Slim Duo are available at many shops like the Swiss Knife Shop, Amazon, B&H, and Datavision. They come in many colors like silver, blue, orange, pink, and green. They have a range of storage needs as the Slim is available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB. The Slim Duo is available in 128GB. The price begins at $39.99 for the 4GB Slim, and $349.99 for the 128GB Slim Duo.
Visit their website "www.swissarmy.com" to shop online.
Say what you will about Samsung's questionable chaebol business practices and KIRFy ways, at least the company's got the stones to openly target a specific demographic with its marketing pitches.
This time Samsung’s new AF315 All-in-One PC is targeting stylish and sophisticated women who have moved on from their pink peddle pusher ways.
The most notable features are that big 23-inch LCD coupled with Samsung's switchable active shutter 2D / 3D technology and narrow 11-mm bezel.
Otherwise, we're looking at a Core i5 CPU, 1TB 7200RPM hard disk, USB 3.0, TV receiver, Blu-ray player, remote control, 3D glasses, and a wireless keyboard and mouse combo in the box when this thing ships in South Korea starting tomorrow for 2.19 million won or just a tad less than $2,000.