Top 10 best gadgets at IFA 2011

| September 5, 2011 | 0 Comments

2011 is a grand year for gadgets at this year’s Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) in Berlin the Exhibition halls were full of all sorts of wonderful revelations, from internet-connected TVs to tremendously huge smartphones.  10 best among them, I’ve posted here for you.

1. Sony Android tablets

Sony’s gossiped competitors to the Apple iPad 2 conclusively showed first appearance at IFA 2011, leaving speechless to the degree that the gadgets simply amazed all the audience. Sony Tablet P (£499) and Tablet S (£399), together embrace an SD card slot, Nvidia Tegra 2 mobile processors running Android Honeycomb OS, a USB 2.0 port and dual-facing cameras.

Likewise the iPad 2, both tablets are presented in 3G models and Wi-Fi only, but it is clamshell Tablet P that causes a valid stimulation to our attention. For the Sony Tablet P holds two yes, two 13.9cm (5.5-inch) touchscreens , first at the base and second in the lid. The feature really makes it amusingly attractive.

It clearly does have plus features with definite applications, for example, with the virtual keyboard or playing games where the Tablet P copies the split-screen controls as in the Nintendo 3DS to an assured level.

Before moving for it, the thing in question is, would Sony have any achievement that sways designers to make applications that win benefit of the split-screen!

Also, yes, for watching a film it’s nothing but a junk.

2. Samsung Galaxy Note Smartphone

Possibly Apple’s iPhone 5 is about to happen but it’s bound for experiencing some rigid contest from Samsung’s most modern smartphone: the Galaxy Note.

The gadget with a support of a gigantic 13.5cm (5.3-inch) display- the largest of any smartphone to date, containing a WXGA resolution of 1,200 x 800 pixels. Additional viewers gratifying awesome features take in: a 1.5GHz dual-core processor running Android 2.3 Gingerbread, front- and rear-facing cameras, amazing it is that the rear one has a resolution of 8MP with which you can record 1080p high definition video.

That’s now strange, it looks like styli –styluses maybe, are back to be trendy, with the Samsung Galaxy Note supporting an S Pen, that really is perfect for precise, stress sensitive handwritten notes and drawings. Where’s the natural thing gone by the way? : P

3. Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet

Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab 7.7 tablet comes with a 19.6cm (7.7-inch) 1,280 x 800 WXGA resolution AMOLED display, a dual-core 1.4GHz processor and a range of 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB of storage.

Include a microSD card slot and you’ll know how to boost that to a unusual 96GB, that’s doubtless just with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 gives 1080p high definition movie playback in addition. Moreover Tab 7.7 gets the Android 3.2 OS with Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface set.

4. HTC Titan smartphone

Among the tremendously huge smartphones at IFA 2011 is the HTC Titan: a display for the most modern version of Windows Phone 7 ‘Mango’.  HTC Titan complements the 11.4cm (4.5-inch) display. Its broad, but thin shape characteristic makes it possible to get in your hand easily and even if it may not slide as simply into your pocket. miserably, the Titan’s display resolution doesn’t pretty correspond to its full-size screen billing simply presents 800 x 480 pixels of resolution, while it’s dazzling with imposing colors and first-class black planes.

Windows Phone 7 Mango also runs well on the HTC Titan’s 1.5GHz single-core processor.               Most of all is Titan really is what HTC has dealt to make with it, totaling keen applications and a better camera with which you can capture sceneries and contains a versatile burst style.

5. Lenovo IdeaPad U300 / U400 ultrabook

Among the greatest wonders at IFA, for sure, was the appearance of the first ultrabooks – ultra-thin PC substitutes to Apple’s Macbook Air that is similar or more than the specs set exposed by Intel. Offered in pleasing U300 and U400 models, Lenovo’s IdeaPads are crushed from a solid aluminium chunk, like known, is it ?. The gadget presents to you to decide on 33.8cm (13.3-inch) and 35.6cm (14-inch) displays, AMD Radeon HD5470M graphics and Intel Core i7 ultra-low voltage (ULV) processors.

The Lenovo IdeaPad U300 has got 256GB of SSD storage, whereas the U400 proposes a selection between a 256GB SSD drive and a 1TB hard disk. Battery life is reserved to eight hours of ‘productive use’ and equal to 1 month of standby time. Both U300 and U400 are available to choose between Graphite Greyish and eye-watering Clementine Orange colors. UK cost is still to be verified.

6. Toshiba AT200 Excite tablet

What HP’s fresh TouchPad blaze sale lets us know is that going up against the Apple iPad 2 isn’t trouble-free , above all when you have competitors such as Samsung and Sony, all attempting to present the best item.

No discouragement for Toshiba anyhow, that just knocked out IFA 2011 with its individual catch: the AT200 Excite – a 25.6cm (10.1-inch) tablet which has also become the thinnest ever, dimensioning just 0.3-inches (7.7mm) front to back.

Within Toshiba AT200 Excite, you’ll come across a 1.2GHz processor running Android Honeycomb, camera’s maximum resolution of 1,200 x 800 pixels, 1GB of RAM and up to 64GB of storage that is highly regarded. Battery power is made up to eight hours.


7. Samsung MV800 Multi-View compact camera

Along with the sure best parts of IFA 2011, there includes the launch of three new solid cameras from Samsung with 18x superzoom WB750 and the 20MP NX200. What we select is the MV800 – the first compact camera to contain a flip-up screen.

Flip-up screens have been a major concern on digital SLRs a short time as they’re glorious for use in conditions when a usual viewfinder or display fails, for instance seeking to get a comprehensible view of the action just as, say, you’re in the center of some mass of people around you.

The MV800’s 7.62cm (3-inch) touchscreen can be angled at up to 180-degrees that lets you get the shot: the view still flips about if you rotate the camera reversed. More effective features embrace a Live Panorama, so as to generate wide-angle shots by sewing pictures jointly. Specs add a 16.1MP sensor, 5x optical zoom and a 26mm wide-angle lens. UK charges about £249.

8. Sony SMP-N200 Network Media Player

In the technology customs of this year’s IFA 2011 there’s the ever-increasing development of internet-connected Smart TVs, but is that you really wish for joining the party and want to grip to your accessible non-Smart TV? Go through Sony’s SMP-N200 Network Media Player, letting you to do right that what you wished then.

SMP-N200 Network Media Player involves Bravia Internet Video to view streaming content from BBC iPlayer, movies from Lovefilm plus high definition and even 3D content. Quite unsurprisingly, the Network Media Player is well-suited with the new Tablet P and Tablet S, erm, tablets, which Sony too introduced at the ceremony of IFA 2011.

9. LG PenTouch TV

Pens and TVs generally harmonize as small fingers and electrical sockets, so the opening of LG’s PenTouch range of plasma TVs is both amazing and a bit shocking.

LG’s PenTouch TVs certainly use a particular light-sensitive pen so that you may write and draw on screen or edit and arrange snapshots stored in your computer. However it’s definitely just for the time being sooner than your kid blunders the ‘special pen’ for a ballpoint and you wind up with a more everlasting version of his scrawled stamped onto the screen. Oops!

Perchance, that’s sure better for you, you may keep him or her unfocused by the other features: the PZ8590T can work for you in that: as lets you to watch 2D or 3D content. Or watch 2D content in 3D using 2D to 3D translation engine. The PenTouch TVs are presented in 140cm (55-inch) and 152cm (60-inch) display dimensions. UK price unknown so far!

10. Philips Cinema 21:9 TVs

These Extra-huge, super duper pricey TVs have been so important at IFA 2011 for a few years, well now but, hey, they just are becoming improved day by day, that’s the reason we find no doubts for including them to the 10 best list. At this time on hand in Platinum and Gold versions, Philips new Cinema TVs possess an shockingly cinema-like 21:9 aspect ratio, 3D viewing with 2D to 3D conversion and Smart TV features that offer you access to a convincing entry of online content. And yeah wait, you’re able to even watch internet TV and standard TV all at once by means of the split-screen viewer. Cool eh!

Other first-class features are: Philips’ Ambilight technology and LED backlighting, in addition a 0.5-second refresh time and a 1,200MHz refresh rate. UK pricing not so far confirmed, but I’m sure you can’t wait to avail this wonderful gadget for you.

So, here was the list for Top 10 best gadgets at IFA 2011, you can’t resist anymore to have them, or may be one of them, in your hand isn’t it!


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