Mobile telephony has never been simpler. Navigating through the clearly designed telephone menu is easy even without the operating instructions. Now, instead of laboriously typing in a text message, a short voice message can simply be dictated and sent via MMS. The large display puts more than 260,000 brilliant colors on to the mobile's screen and enables it to be read clearly, even in bright sunlight. With its Dual Speaker System, a hands free function and 64-tone ringtones, the BenQ-Siemens S68 also meets the most discerning acoustic requirements.
An integrated organizer makes this stylish triband mobile an indispensable companion. Current appointments and contact data can be transferred directly via the attractive SyncStation DSC-100 or via Bluetooth from the PC to the mobile. Bluetooth also makes irritating cables on accessories a thing of the past. For example, the new fashionably slender Bluetooth HHB-100 headset ensures optimum comfort when making calls.
The DualCor cPC is one amazing mobile device featuring the power of a desktop PC, the instant-on convenience of a PDA and the always-connected functionality of of a cell phone. This new all-in-one mobile device concurrently runs Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 and Windows Mobile 5.0. I’ll shut up and treat you to DLMag’s exclusive video featuring Steven E. Hanley, President and CEO of DualCor. Steven will provide a brief walk through of the DualCor cPC. I’ve got an interview scheduled with Steven tomorrow to get a much more in depth look at this device.
UPDATE: The one one one interview with the President/CEO of DualCor is scheduled for 5PM January 6, 2006. Please check back in a day or so for the full coverage of the DualCor cPC Handtop PC.
In January we told you about a new product and promised an interview with Steven Handley, President and CEO of DualCor Technologies, Inc.. Well, the long-awaited time is here. We finally have the interview and have gotten some great new information for you on the new DualCor Handtop cPC.
When asked to explain the DualCor cPC, Steve replied, "The DualCor cPC is a revolutionary concept in computing. What we have accomplished is the ability to take two processors and two operating systems and put them into a small ultra-portable handtop format."
Some might ask why you would want two processors and two operating systems. Steve explained. "The reason for this particular type of invention is that we allow the user a full XP XE6 experience complete with a 1.5GHz processor, a 40GB harddrive, and 1GB of DPR2 RAM. That configuration is more powerful than 80% of the desktops employed in America today."
He went on to say, "However, the key challenge with mobility in today's mobile enterprise knowledge order is the battery life that they have to suffer through on most XP only devices. And also the inconvenience of not having instant access to their media, pin and other types of contact information."
The new DualCor cPC does just that. It uses standard Microsoft Office that will run any application that is x86, and 100% out-of-the-box Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2000.
What Makes the cPC Tick?
The DualCor cPC is extremely fast because it incorporates another processor and operating system - Windows Mobile 5.0. This is from the family of systems which include: Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition and Smart Phone. This baby has a Via C-7 processor, and Intel PXA263. The Windows side has 128MB SDRAM, 1 GB of DDR2 RAM, 1 GB NAND Flash memory, and in addition shares a 40GB harddrive with Windows XP. This makes 41GB of storage which is over 100 times the size of any of the competition.
It features Instant-On, Always-On, Always connected power never seen before in a handheld. It is fairly easy to take along at only 1.1 pounds and measuring 16.3 x 8.3 x 3cm.
This system allows you to switch back and forth between Windows Mobile 5 and Windows XP at the touch of a stylus. This allows you to run any computer application even when you are on the go.
Buffalo will be releasing a new line of Hard Drives from 150GB to 500GB at a transfer rate of 3Gbps (Giga bits per second) making it perfect for video editing specialists. Sadly right now will only be released in Japan.
The biggest names on the internet are investing in high detailed images of the world taken by satellite. This new search will help people find pictures of places using a simple search engine, never before this was implemented. Next time you want to take a vacation in a place you have never been you can use this services to find if you really like the beach you want to go to. Of course this has privacy advocates going mad for the abuse it may generate by using this highly detailed images.
This National-Matsushita steam foot spa comes with hand warmer. When you warm up the foot, it warm your hand at the same time. Unlike other foot spa, this uses steam. there is only one cup of water (100ml) needed. You can control the steam temperture to 42-46C. Foot size max is 28cm.
Wouldnt anyone would want a backpack that do it all. O'Neill's H2 doesnt do everything you want, but it does control an ipod, charge a gadget, and answer cell phone. It has solar panels on the back pack to charge an iPod, mobile phone or Bluetooth module via a USB recharging system. For hands-free calling, a built-in microphone is placed in the shoulder strap and headphone jack is on the chest pocket. When the user receives a call, the iPod transmission is automatically interrupted, pausing the music until the call ends.
RCA Lyra X3000 is a portable video/audio with 3.6" bright TFT LCD and capable of high-speed transfer of media from several video sources. This includes compatible DIRECTV digital video recorders. With DIRECTV2Go, you will be able to get the programming information along with the content. The home theater docking base is useful for timed recordings from different sources. With storage of 20GB, the RCA X3000 will be able to store roughly 80 hours of videos, as well as play MP3/WMA audio files and JPEG photos. Priced at US $399, the RCA Lyra X3000 is available now.
Intel has been pushing into a media pc market with it's Viiv platform. Sony have released the first viiv based PC with its Vaio VGX-XL100. The media PC comes with a Pentium D 920 at 2.8 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 250GB drive, dual-layer burner and HDMI out. Read more about it at Sony
The H2D-39 is the first 39 mega pixel SLR camera in the market. Featuring a 2.2-inch OLED display, with new color correction technology with high-tech, a beautiful silver and black coating look. Wondering about storage capacity on this camera? dont worry, it uses hard drives as its storage. However, it comes with a high price tag, it cost $31,000. Hasselblad is also offering the CF-39MS, a modified version of the other camera. This one is specifically designed for taking multiple exposures. It'll cost you $40,000 for this one.
A comfortable ultra-flat keyboard that matches any of the new Macs has been released at CES, featuring a set of dedicated buttons to control iTunes, an estimated 6 months battery life, a precision laser mouse, Two USB ports, and a battery level indicator. For $100 USD this keyboard/mouse combination will look nice in your desk.