3D iPad probable with Japanese Film Solution
Most know that Apple is always a bit behind when delivering latest technology in their iOS gadgets, even though the iOS realistic would no doubt say or else. But as far as I am aware Apple doesn’t have any 3D plans for their device. 3D appears to be the next big thing in the mobile space and no doubt the iOS faithful wouldn’t want to lose out, but if Apple doesn’t bring 3D to their gadgets it appears someone else will.
Actually this resolution involves placing a film over your iOS display and combining with softwareto deliver 3D and actually the film doesn’t hamper with your multi-touch gestures. So just so you can check out what this new 3D film and software does, we have a video of 3D in action on the Apple iPad for your viewing contentment below which lasts just 46 seconds by does look relatively remarkable. More information about https://www.onrecycle.co.uk/sell-my-phone/ can be found at this www.onrecycle.co.uk.
PC provider Acer has provided the Liquid Metal smartphone, a device which it hopes will allow it to compete with the major rivals in what is becoming an increasingly crowded market.
The Acer Liquid Metal’s specifications make interesting reading, with version 2.2 of Android onboard accompanied by the specialised Breeze user interface.
It’s 5MP camera with HD video capture lurks on the rear, whilst a 3.6 inch display using capacitive touch technology makes an appearance on the front, making it a hair larger than the iPhone 4. Sadly the display’s resolution is unlikely to match that of Apple’s smartphone king.
An 800MHz processor will give life to Android, but it is slightly strange to see a new mobile emerging with anything less than 1GHz of processing power under the hood, so it will be interesting to see how the Acer Liquid Metal has been optimised to squeeze the most from this chip.
Officially announced less than two months ago, the Garmin-Asus M10 has just been launched in India, being the country’s first Windows Mobile 6.5.3 smartphone.
The M10 offers maps for 62 major Indian cities, Garmin turn-by-turn navigation, lane assistance, and a Ciao feature that keeps you informed on the roads your friends are traveling on.