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HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

HTC HD3 is something we’re all dreaming about and it’s certainly not the HTC HD7. We’re thankful for concepts like the HTC Eerie HD3 below, created by Wallec (wwalczyszyn from Deviantart), since it’s looking incredible and its specifications are mind blowing. The device uses a 4.7 inch AMOLED display, that takes it closer to tablets than smartphones.

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

It measures 11mm in thickness and comes with a 2GHz Snapdragon processor, 64GB of ROM and 2GB RAM, plus a microSD card slot. HTC Sense can also be seen on the handset, together with Windows 7 Mobile Edition, but you can also go with Android 2.5 or Windows Phone 7. HTC Eerie HD3 supports 4G, EDGE, GPRS and WiFi connectivity and at the back there’s a 12 megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash.

This new HTC concept phone supports 1080p HD video capture and it has a secondary 1MP camera at the front. If you had to choose between this and the HTC HD7, which would you pick? Imagine a price difference of $100 extra for the HD3…

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM

HTC Eerie HD3 Windows 7 Phone Uses 2GHz CPU, 2GB RAM


- Height: 120 mm
- Width: 66 mm
- Thickness: 11 mm
- Weight: 165 grams with battery


- Type: Capacitive touch screen
- Resolution: 600 X 1000 WSVGA

Operating System

a) Microsoft Windows 7 Mobile Edition with HTC Sense
b) Android 2.5 with HTC Sense
c) Windows Phone® 7 Series


- OLED Touch Panel


- ROM: 64 GB
- RAM: 2 GB
- Expansion slot: microSD™ memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)

CPU Processing Speed:

- 2GHz Snapdragon™ processor with low power option

Power & Battery:

- Battery type: Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery
- Capacity: 1500 mAh
- Talk time:
* WCDMA: Up to 350 mins
* GSM: Up to 400 mins
- Standby time:
* WCDMA: Up to 500 hours
* GSM: Up to 600 hours
- Video playback Up to 8 hours
- Audio playback: Up to 15 hours
- PC Mode on battery: Up to 300 mins


- 4G
- 3G
- Wi-Fi®: IEEE 802.11 b/g


- Internet Sharing through USB or Bluetooth
- Wi-Fi Router


- Bluetooth® 2.1 with Enhanced Data Rate
- Supported profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, BIP, BPP, DUN, FTP, GAP, GOEP, HFP, HID, HSP, OPP, PAN, PBAP, SAP,



- 12 megapixel color camera
- Auto focus
- 4 LED flashlight
- 9 mm zoom lens
- Video capture in HD 1080p resolution
- Second camera: 1 megapixel color camera


- 3.5 mm stereo audio jack
- Standard Micro-USB
(5-pin micro-USB 3.0)
- Mini-HDMI


- Internal GPS antenna
- HTC Footprints™
- Digital Compass

- G-Sensor
- Proximity sensor
- Ambient light sensor


Canon PowerShot A800:

1)10.0 Megapixels
2)3.3x Optical Zoom
3)6.35 cms (2.5 inch) LCD
4)Blur Reduction Mode
5)Easy to use Design
6)Smart Auto mode
7) Display in Hindi / English
8)1cm Macro mode

The Canon PowerShot A800 is the perfect first camera. This easy-to-use and powerful camera has 10.0 Megapixels and a 3.3x Optical Zoom. With the stylishly trendy A800, even first-time users can create extraordinary images. Smart AUTO makes it simple to grab great-looking shots in just about any situation, and the Blur Reduction feature helps make sure your photos are sharp. Smart AUTO selects the proper camera settings based on 19 predefined shooting situations. Available Scene modes include Super Vivid for additional bursts of color, and Poster Effect for a unique artistic look. This AA battery-powered camera enables you to easily power up on the go, and its bright, clear 2.5-inch LCD makes taking and viewing images a breeze.

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HTC Wildfire S (Dark Grey)

General Form:
Touch Screen Bar
101.3 x 59.4 x 12.4 mm
105 g
TFT capacitive touchscreen
320 x 480 pixels
Screen Size:
3.2 inches
256K colors
5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging
Xvid/MP4/H.264 player
Alert Types:
Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones
Music Player:
MP3/WAV/AAC+ player
Stereo FM radio with RDS
Up to 114 kbps
Up to 560 kbps
HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 384 Kbps
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot
v3.0 with A2DP, EDR
Infrared Port:
microUSB v2.0
Keyboard Type:
Yes, Threaded View
Instant messaging:
Push Email:
Predictive Text Input:
Predictive text input
Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread)
600 MHz processor
Operating Frequency:
GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 for 2G, HSDPA 900 / 2100 for 3G
Yes, via Java MIDP emulator
GSM/CDMA/Dual Sim:
512 MB ROM, 512 MB RAM
Card Slot:
microSD, Expandable up to 32GB
Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
Call Records:
Practically unlimited
Other Features
Yes, with A-GPS support
Gorilla Glass display, Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, HTC Sense UI, SNS integration, Digital compass, Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk, Picasa integration, Document viewer
Call Functions
Call waiting, Call hold, Call divert
Speed Dialing:
Hands Free:
Conference Call:
Call Timer:
Push to Talk
Standard battery, Li-Ion 1230 mAh
Battery-StandBy Time
Up to 360 h (2G) / Up to 570 h (3G)
Battery-Talk time:
Up to 7 h 10 min (2G) / Up to 5 h 50 min (3G)
1 Year on Handset, 6 months on accessories
Sales package
1 Each of (Handset, Battery, EU AC Adapter, Charger cum USB Cable, Headset, Quick Start Guide, Warranty Card, Micro SD Card 2GB)

LG to mass produce flexible e-paper

LG debuts newspaper sized virtually paper thin flexible e-paper display

LG has decided  to mass-produce a 19-inch flexible e-paper monochrome display, with a 9.7-inch e-paper colour display. The former is just about big enough to rival a real broadsheet newspaper, is just 0.3mm thick and weighs about 130g, which is light enough to hold for a while, especially for its size.

It will apparently use minimum power, requiring it only when changing display. Apart informing the SEC of its decision to put these flexible displays into production, LG has not revealed their availability or pricing yet.

The bendable 19-inch display is the largest the industry has ever produced and could eventually replace newspapers and magazines made of dead trees and ink..


Garmin rolls out touchscreen-based Edge 800 cycling GPS

Garmin rolls out touchscreen-based GPS

Multifunction GPS watches are one thing, but those that put cycling first are likely more interested in something like Garmin's line of Edge GPS devices, to which you can now add the touchscreen-based Edge 800.

That packs a 2.6-inch color display, some all new mapping options including Garmin's BaseCamp route planning and BirdsEye satellite imagery, so-called "HotFix" GPS technology to quickly acquire and maintain a signal, and support for a wide range of heart rate monitors, cadence sensors and other ANT+ devices, to name a few features.

What's more, while the device won't be available until this October (for $449 or $649 depending on the bundle), it's already received a few early reviews that paint a pretty positive picture -- DC Rainmaker has even go so far as to say that the device "rocks," and that "it's everything that most cyclists have been asking for."


Multitouch DJ table

Multitouch DJ table lets you swipe to rock

We just recently got a glimpse of one possible future of DJing, but our world has now already been turned upside down once again with this multitouch-enabled rig built by Gregory Kaufman. The big difference with this one, as you can probably guess, is that it employs a gesture-based interface that lets you spin the virtual turntables and use a variety of taps and finger swipes to replicate the main functions of a regular DJ deck.

What's more, Kaufman says that the only gear a DJ would have to carry is a USB drive with their own music and settings, which they'd simply plug into the multitouch table at a club -- assuming the idea catches on, that is. Top top things off, the system would also be able to accommodate regular DJ gear for some added flexibility, and even provide enough room for two DJs if you're looking to battle or share the stage.


Livescribe gets pensive, unleashes new Echo Smartpen

Livescribe gets pensive, unleashes new Echo Smartpen

Okay, so smartpens aren’t as common as smartphones, but, hey, they’re getting smarter too! That’s right, Livescribe’s taken the cap off its new Echo smartpen, and not only is it thinner and lighter than the original Pulse pen, but it also packs more power. Like its predecessor, the Echo can capture audio and handwriting, but it’s now armed with more storage and features.

The $169.95 4GB version promises up to 400 hours of audio recording, while the $199 8GB one up to 800 hours. However, the real updates come in the software arena — the Echo can now be password protected to safeguard those love letters, err notes / recordings, and has a new function for launching applications. Additionally, new desktop software lets users export pencasts — what the company has dubbed its visual note and audio recording — to share with others via social networks and e-mail.

But that’s not all, Livescribe’s promising more updates this fall, and they actually happen to be the most compelling of the bunch. By then you’ll be able to send notes via e-mail by just docking the pen to the computer and turn the pen and paper combo into a Wacom-like graphics tablet. Basically, you’ll be able to attach the pen to a computer via it’s micro-USB cable and just draw free hand on the screen. The latter option could be pretty awesome for designers and such, but we’ll have to wait a few months to test it out. Oh, you’re looking for some more Echo action now? We’ve got some brief impressions and a hands-on video after the break.


We Can Wear Sony Computers On Our Wrist in Future

In 2020 We Can Wear Sony Computers On Our Wrist

Our present need for internet connectivity is so profound that secondary devices like the Nextep Computer are bound to happen. Developed to be worn as a bracelet, this computer concept is constructed out of a flexible OLED touchscreen. Earmarked for the year 2020, features like a holographic projector (for screen), pull-out extra keyboard panels and social networking compatibility, make the concept plausible. Ten years from now is not too far away, so how many of you think we’d be buying such gadgets?


Ozmo’s WiFi PAN available Q4

Ozmo's WiFi PAN available Q4, is this the end of Bluetooth's reign of terror?

Has it really been two years since Intel joined forces with Ozmo Devices? Indeed it has, and we've been eagerly awaiting the day when our mouse, keyboard, and other peripherals would communicate via WiFi. And you know what? We're still waiting -- though we might not be for much longer.

Apparently the company has just announced the availability of its low power OZMO2000 chip "to select peripheral manufacturers." Compatible with Windows 7 SoftAP, Intel MyWi-Fi, and presumably Wi-Fi Direct, you can look for it to ship in production volumes in Q4. We know that this is great news for anyone who is frightened and confused by the tyranny of Bluetooth, to say the least.


Toshiba Dual Touch-Screen Laptop

Toshiba launches Libretto W100, a dual touchscreen Windows 7 laptop

Toshiba today announced the launch of the Libretto W100 – a compact, sleek, dual touchscreen laptop offering a unique way for users to create and consume content.

The world’s first dual-screen laptop to be powered by Windows 7, the Libretto W100 features two 17.8cm (7”) touch-sensitive screens, providing a unique interface on which to enjoy web and computing applications

Toshiba has unveiled a new dual-screen, touch-screen mini laptop designed for surfing the internet, sending and receiving emails and keeping up to speed with social networking sites on the move.

Designed to provide a rich mobile computing experience, the new device combines a laptop-style clamshell form factor with dual touchscreen technology, creating an intuitive, easy to use and stylish device that enables users to utilise their content in a number of different ways.

Simple to navigate and easy to use, Windows 7 utilises the W100’s dual-screen technology to the fullest extent, allowing users to navigate menus, run applications side-by-side and interact between applications by easily dragging content from one-screen to another.

The Libretto W100 runs Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system, and has two 7in, LED-backlit touch-screens. Toshiba says its compact size and clamshell form factor provides "unrivalled flexibility". Powered by Intel Pentium technology, the Libretto W100 features 2GB of memory, has size – 202mm x 123mm x 30.7m, weight – 819grams, Battery life – up to 3.5 hours and runs Windows 7 Home Premium Operating System.