The latest technology trends
LG OLED TV
OLED TVs aren't a new concept.
LG is all set to showcase what it claims
will be the world's first 55-inch OLED
TV, ultra-slim, slimmer even than LED
TVs, and more energy efficient while
offering deeper black levels. This LG
TV is expected to be 5 mm thin with
a contrast ratio of 100,000:1 and a response
time 1,000 times faster than in
a regular LCD.
Kindle Fire 2
Kindle Fire, the seven-inch tablet from
Amazon, is gaining in popularity with each
day. Coming at half the price of an iPad, some
consider it to be the competitor everyone was
waiting for. In 2012, the new version of the Fire,
the Kindle Fire 2 will have an 8.9-inch display
and will catch up on some missing features like
GPS, camera and microphone.
Samsung Galaxy II
S II was one
of the top selling
2011. And now
the Galaxy S III
will have a super
Plus HD display
4.0, it will
run on a quad core
processor and feature 2GB RAM.
Also, the camera will be upgraded
to 12MP from the 8MP found in the
Although not common in India, people in the west always face issues
maintaining the indoor temperature. Hence, Nest has developed
a learning thermostat that programmes itself
while saving energy. Within a week, it
will learn the temperature requirements
throughout the day and
start adjusting itself accordingly.
For instance, if someone turns
the temperature down at night,
it will do the same. The neat design
has a circular display where
a green leaf appears when the
house is on energy saving mode.
The company even allows one
to control the temperature from
a distance - online or through a
Sony is adding the Smartwatch to
its range of accessories set for its Xperia
smartphones. The timepiece which
hosts a 1.3-inch OLED display can
connect to your Android smartphone
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Sony also confirmed that
you'll be able to enhance the Smartwatch
further through downloadable
apps which will increase its functionality.
Price: Rs 8000.