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Articles tagged with: high def

Meet The All-New, Panasonic Lumix DMC-LS5

Panasonic has unveiled its LUMIX DMC-LS5 digital camera featuring a 14.1Mp, 26mm wide angle, 5x optical zoom lens. This is an entry level camera with top quality features such as HD video recording and 26mm wide angle lens. Owing to its O.I.S feature, the camera is capable of taking crisp pictures even in dim-light situations and has the capability to capture a 720p high definition video.

The camera gets its power from AA batteries which is a little weird as AA batteries don’t last long. However, Panasonic has tried to justify this change by stating that they are aware of the consumers’ different requirements and preferences.

Sony Introduces VAIO L, AIO Desktop W/ 3D

It looks like Sony has another All-In-One desktop up its sleeve, this time with 3D, offering HD picture quality as a PC/TV combo. The attractive looking device carries a 24″ diagonal LED backlit multi-touch display, offering touch access to the Internet and TV (on select models).

Enjoy your favorite movies on Blu-ray, listen to your favorite tunes, and view your recently snapped photos on the large 24″ screen. The Sony VAIO L Series features a full HD 3D display and allows users to enjoy PC games at a high resolution, in 3D.

Acer Updates It’s Awesome TimelineX Notebooks

Acer has just brought us a new concept of a timeline, that is, an updated series of the TimelineX range of notebooks. The TimelineX notebooks come in three sizes; the 13.3″ 3830T, 14″ 4830T, and the 15.6″ 5830T, which size you should get all depends on your laptop preferences.

Each notebook offers consumers a choice of choosing between Intel’s Sandy Bridge Core i3 and i5 processors. Users also have the option of choosing integrated Intel HD graphics or Nvidia GeForce GT 520M/540M graphics with Optimus switching. The battery life will last up to eight hours on a full charge.

24″ LED Monitor, Powered 100% By USB

Asus has recently demonstrated a USB-powered monitor, the MS248B, which was meant to replace the current MS248H USB-powered monitor. For a recent monitor, it has a very interesting feature, it only carries a single USB port that is placed to transmit both power and data from the computer to the monitor.

Fortunately, the single USB port utilizes the latest USB 3.0 technology, which allows up to 80% more power to be transferred to the monitor (something I would assume is essential to power a 24″ screen).

T-Mobile Releases Rocket 3.0 Modem Stick

T-Mobile revealed today the release date and pricing for the first HSPA+ 42Mbps modem along with an announcement that the network is doubling the speed of its current 4G network across 50 markets in the United States.

I am glad to see that while AT&T seeks to get the T-Mobile acquisition approved, T-Mobile continues business as usual (which is smart, in case the deal doesn’t go through, it wouldn’t be good for T-Mobile to stand as a wallflower).

HP Introduces 3 Hot New Laptops

It looks like HP is rolling out new products left and right. After just announcing the company’s ultrathin display and new flexible data plan, it seems like HP has just a few more tricks up its sleeve. The first of HPs new notebooks is the HP ProBook 5330m which was built to be used by business professionals and comes with a 13.3″ HD display, and gives users a choice between Intel Core i3 or Core i5 processors.

Clearly, portability is key in this model and HP realizes that a netbook is not the solution for intense work-related computing. Consumers will be able to purchase this aluminum notebook with a backlit keyboard, immediately.