Though this should have been for Google TV but we just cannot find any information about Google TV on Logitech’s Revue website. All that we see on Logitech’s Revue website is the same information that we are already aware of regarding Google TV. For now, let us concentrate on Revue – Logitech’s Google TV offering. The box can output a 1080 at 60 fps signal which could be amazing if it turns out to be true.
Waterproof camcorders have been a huge hit last month. Everything was about the first waterproof camcorder but now something else is getting popular with each and every day. Market is crazy for devices that can reproduce 3D videos and 3D is becoming a new trend.
You might remember the little camera that was shown on this year’s Computex by Aiptek. It’s the first camera that is capable of recording in 3D and now it’s is finally available for purchase. Aiptek DDD11X is full 720p HD 3D camcorder that comes with dual 5-migapixel sensors that allows you to record video from two different viewpoints at the same time. With the combination of two separate sensors camera creates realistic 3D effect.
Motorola has made quite the impact on the market with their Droid phones and fans have been waiting with anticipation for the latest phone from this manufacturer. For all Motorola users there are good news since Motorola and Verizon Wireless have finally made their latest phone, Droid X, official so let’s see what Motorola has to offer to us with this phone.
Panasonic last week officially launched their new Lumix DMC-GF1, its third Micro Four Thirds camera at the IFA in Berlin. Claimed to be thw world’s smallest and lightest possible DSLR camera with built in flash, the GF1 comes in three colours – red, white and black and has a retro-like thin body design that challenges that of the Olympus E-P1 “PEN”.
Nokia has announced it’s first netbook, the Nokia Booklet 3G. Some actual images of the Nokia Booklet 3G have been released. The netbook will be powered by an Intel Atom 1.6GHz Z530 chipest.
It features a 720p HD screen, 10-inch HD display, 12 hours battery life and a HDMI output port. More details regarding the full spec and pricing will be released later.
Check out the following promotional video for the Nokia Booklet 3G after the break…
The video below proves that the iPhone 3GS is capable of playing back 720p and 1080p HD videos and not just VGA. But why won’t Apple allow it? Its looks like if the videos are not converted to the iPhone’s liking, or too demanding, the audio driver will crash. But certainly this is something Apple can correct via future firmware updates. Play the video for more details…