Research In Motion’s BackBerry Playbook is set to escort the company into the tablet market in or around the first quarter of 2011. The tablet supports Flash 10.1 and HTML 5, has a 7-inch screen, HDMI support, dual (front and back-facing) HD cameras, 1 GB of RAM and a 1 GHz dual-core processor.
As great as the iPad is, it still doesn’t improve upon the book-reading experience of Kindle’s e-ink. This year’s model is improved in just about every way: faster, lighter, longer battery life, better contrast and bigger storage.
The iPad rumour mill is now completely full, and from what we’ve heard, the new specs sound great. Based on the rumours, the newest iteration of the iPad will sport both a front & back facing camera, a lighter & smaller body, USB ports, a newer display technology and a new 3-axis gyroscope.
7.Ultrasonic Touchless Input technology
Elliptic Labs is demo-ing their ultrasonic touchless input technology this year at CES and it looks super cool. It’s similar to the technology built-in to Microsoft Kinect that allows users to execute actions without physically touching the device or a controller.
6.Sonos S5 Zone Player and BR100 ZoneBridge
Sonos keeps raising the bar for home music-listening, and now you can control your listening, whether through iTunes, Pandora, Internet radio or Wolfgang’s Vault via an iPhone/iPad app.
This upcoming MintPass tablet supports dual-boot tablet and will be able to run both Microsoft Windows and Google Android operating systems. The tablet has dual touch-screens that employ the new SpaceTouch technology and can be used both in combination and separately. The picture above shows the Korean company’s previous tablet, the MintPad.
4.Logitech Harmony One universal remote
One remote to rule them all. Sleek design, both in terms of cosmetics and ergonomics; sharp LCD that offers a touch-screen interface and touch-sensitive buttons for navigation of onscreen menus; web programmable via Windows or Mac PCs; excellent button layout and design; rechargeable lithium-ion battery and docking station.
3.Apple iPhone 5
The new anticipated installment in Apple’s iconic smartphone series is rumored to have a form factor that is completely new to the said series. It is speculated that the iPhone 5 might employ NFC (Near Field Communication) short-range wireless technology to function as an electronic wallet of sorts, complete with debit/credit and identification/passkey applications.
2.PlayStation Phone by Sony
Sony, the leader of innovative technologies is ready to launch playstation phone code named “Zeus” in early 2011. Zeus would have Andriod 3.0 Gingerbread operating system. It also contains 8GB of memory with 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 processor. This superb phone also contains 1GB ROM and 512 MB RAM. 3.8? touch screen and its touch pad is just like gaming console of PSP.
ElectroHub is a new charging station that will offer compatibility for a huge amount of devices including the TV remote, toys and smartphones. Similar to the Powermat chargers, ElectroHub requires additional add-on cases to make your smartphones compatible although it will charge tons of other gadgets with its use of AA and AAA batteries. It will charge up to six devices at one time (including smartphones) and works by replacing a gadget’s original AA & AAA batteries.