Portable computing have come such a long way, in fact saying those words makes me sound old already. Laptops used to be the dominant device in this sector but times have changed. Since Steve Jobs kicked off with the first generation Apple iPad in 2010, tablet PCs have grown in popularity exponentially. We now have such a great range of tablets of different sizes, specs and prices to choose from, iPads, Galaxy tablet, Xperia tablet, Kindle tablet, Surface tablet, you're guaranteed to find something that suits your needs.
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Just wanted to start off the morning with some news and stats from Sony Europe. In the UK, there are now 42% of homes whom already have HD-ready tellies with 9% of which also having a Blu-ray player; considering the popularity of the PS3, its no surprise that this figure includes the popular console. In addition to this, it was also surprising to see that 69 million HDTV sets have already been sold in Europe alone, check it out:
Did you know today marks an important day in the history of one of our favourite household furniture / appliance – the television! January 26th is a significant date in the history of the television, as it was the day in 1926 that John Logie Baird gave the world’s first public demonstration of a true television system. This happened in his laboratory at 22 Frith Street in the Soho district of London and present for the demonstration were members of the Royal Institution and a journalist from The Times. To celebrate this momentous day, Sony have put together an infographic which plots the history of TV production over the last 50 years. It covers landmarks in technological advancements, and as you can see, many of these coincide with Sony’s own landmark models, showing you guys exactly how much Sony have been involved in the development and advances relating to television technology.
Thanks Mark for sending this in!