Today, people clearly want devices that do more, that are faster, devices they can take with them anywhere, and that are affordable. Do any of the new electronic gadgets for 2011 match what people are actually looking for? Indeed!
Some of the new items include innovative phones with high quality speech recognition, 3D laptops, and pencil thin televisions. There are many others, including watches and other gadgets, but we will focus on four that caught our attention.
The Apple I-Phone 5 has some awesome new features. One of the most appealing new features is the ability for the phone to project presentations on any flat surface with the included PICO projector. Additionally, the device comes with 64 GB of storage, the ability to conduct video chats using 3G, and provides access to local televised channels.
Android’s Gingerbread operating system is making waves on the Sony PlayStation Phone. Zeus is the dubbed name for the new device that brings phone and play together. This phone has a powerful 1 GHz processor, 1 GB ROM, 512 MB RAM, and plenty of room for storing all those downloaded games with a removable SD card slot.
For those looking for a versatile tablet type device, that also boasts the power of a full-blown computer, you will want to look at the Lenovo IdeaPad U1. Using the Linux operating system, this unique tool functions as a 3.7 pound powerful notebook using an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The device easily transforms into a light-weight 1.6 inch tablet device with a whopping five hours of battery life. Truly two awesome tools found in one single product.
First to be launched in Japan, but eventually to other parts of the world, is the Cool Leaf keyboard. Certain environments require extreme cleanliness, such as medical treatment sites, and food plants. Where typical keyboards can track germs and foreign particles, the Cool Leaf keyboard is completely flat with no moving parts, using a projected keyboard on a mirror like surface. This very attractive is also perfect for home theaters that have dim lighting.
The new gadgets for 2011 are very innovative. We looked at Apple’s I-Phone 5 which cleverly includes a projector for displaying presentations on any flat surface. Zeus, Sony’s new Playstation Phone, has advanced features ideal for those people dedicated to games. Lenovo’s IdeaPad U1 is a truly versatile device, providing two key tools in one product, both a powerful notebook and a portable tablet type device. A very cool keyboard is being introduced in Japan that is totally flat, no moving parts, and perfect for environments that need to be kept super clean.
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