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USB 3.0

Technology start eveolving aound smartphones, The New Standard data transfer for mobile phones is the USB 3.0 and it should begin rolling out to smartphones and tablets before the end of 2012. You will need a laptops/Macs with USB 3.0 ports as well.

In real life the acquirement of USB 3.0 will increase the data transfer speed of your next device to roughly 800 Mbps. "What takes 15 minutes will roughly take 1 minute and 10 seconds".Now do not expect to see full-sized USB ports on your next smartphone the upgrade should happen in the form of USB 3.0-supporting microUSB ports to meet the demands of thin industrial design.


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Windows 8 Tablet

Windows 8 tablets will be put through the same strict regime as Windows Phone 7 devices as to what hardware goes in them and what OEMs are allowed to put. This was to be expected from Redmond, as the company has set a goal to keep solid user experience across its different devices. Interestingly enough, Microsoft seems to be allowing both tablets and convertibles to run its tablet version of Windows 8.

Windows 8


Tablets running Windows 8 are reuired to have five hardware buttons: power, rotation lock, Windows Key, volume up, volume down. Note that the back, search and camera buttons from Windows Phone 7 are not included in the specs. For the Displays, the minimum native resolution required is 1366 x 768 at a depth of 32bits. Microsoft oblige OEMs to make the dimensions of the display panel to match the aspect ratio of the native resolution. However, the native resolution of the display panel can be greater than 1366 x 768 so we can Expect a Full HD 1080p Tablets to come soon enough.

Other requirement includes at least 10GB of space to be at the user disposal as well as WLAN, Bluetooth 4.0, Direct3D 10 GPU w/ WDDM 1.2 driver, camera capable of shooting 720p videos and all kinds of sensors including a light sensor, magetometer, accelerometer, gyroscope, Also USB 2.0 and stereo speakers are required.

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View Sonic 22" tablet


In the tablets Market, Bigger is Better, ViewSonic certainly has embraced this idea, as they just announced they will be showing off a 22-inch tablet running Android 4.0 ICS at Computex on June 5th. The image above is the actual image of the 22" device which is aimed at business as a touch-enabled collaboration device, will be running Ice Cream Sandwich. Isn't it a bit oversized ? I wonder how you will look like while using it...



ViewSonic will also be introducing some new cloud services. The oversized Android tablet will apparently be joined later this year by a Windows RT-based device of similar dimensions.



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