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With CES 2012 about to start, Acer introduced a new Ultrabook model, The Aspire S5. The 13.3-inch Acer Aspire S5 ultrabook measures 15 millimetres thick and having 8 hours of battery life. The S5 consists of a set of flip ports with the screen resolution of 1920 X 1200. The Aspire S5 has a 34 cm screen and a 15 mm at its thickest point. The Ultrabook weighs slightly...

I’m doing my MasterCard payments research, until I found something interesting and feel like to share with the world. An RFID-enabled watch that offers and allows contactless MasterCard payments. The idea itself looks very cheesy and interesting even while hearing for the first time. Contactless credits things have been around for many of the years as of now, what...

The SolarKindle, which combines a Kindle protective cover with a solar panel, features a large solar panel which charges in sunlight, and a 1 hours charge in sunlight approximates to 3 days of reading on your kindle. The Kindle can also be charge via a USB port if you’re in low light conditions. Solar focus announced the product this week at CES 2012 and plans...

With the concept similar as Asus Transformer, Lenovo announces its IdeaTab S2 in the about to begin CES 2012 in Las Vegas. The IdeaTab will be available first in China and rest have to wait till the Lenovo launches it in other parts of the world. Features and Specifications: Adroid 4.0 operating systems (IceCream Sandwich) Powered with 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon...

Nikon Corporation announces the release of the Next Generation of Digital-SLR camera model, named as D4. Nikon D4 is based on all the basic performance achieved with the D3 series, which had allowed the industry in image expression. As expected, the Nikon D4 boosts both megapixel rating to 16.2 and extended ISO of 204,800 at Hi-4, and includes a brand new full-frame...

With the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show going to held in Las Vegas, USA from January 10, 2012 to January 13, 2012, Toshiba is going to exhibit the lightest ultra-books, the world’s thinnest and lightest 13.3 inch tablet and the world’s thinnest 10.1 inch tablet. In addition, the organic EL panel with high brightness thin tablet and display...

Aakash, India’s first low cost tablet made a pre-orders mark of 1.4 million. DataWind, Aakash Tablet manufacturer confirms the “pre-orders” number. Starting from December, they opened up orders for the first set of tablets. The tablet is being sold for INR 2500 (approximately USD 47) but the government then lower the cost bringing it to a mere USD 35 for the...