Sorry I have neglected this site for so long. I will try and get some new material on here as soon as I can. Thanks for stopping by! I am going to review some items I own first to give an honest long term ownership experience.
Nexus S 4G
Logitech Revue Google TV
Acer Iconia 500 Tablet
Android device with a 4.8-inch, 800 x 480 screen with an ARM Rockchip based Processor that is supposed to “play any codec”….Going anywhere from $92.00 to $120….Much cheaper then an Apple iPad…that is for sure…What’s your take?
Is it just me or does this nearly duplicate Microsoft’s Project Natal??? It is pretty cool technology that won’t need an Xbox…. You simply have to love how fast technology is moving… 🙂
Panasonic and LG won’t be the only ones with Skype-enabled HDTVs, though we peeped it in the specs earlier, Samsung has officially announced its new 7000 and 8000 series televisions will also include access. Accessible through the embedded Samsung Apps service, it appears it will work with the new HD video processing webcams just like the others, so users can log in to or create an account with the remote then make video or voice calls away from the PC. We heard at CES those cameras could run as high as $200, check out the CES 2010 demo from Panasonic to see if couch videoconferencing is worth the additional expense.
Hope you’re ready to see the make believe world in a new dimension ’cause Samsung’s first Full HD 3D set is now shipping Stateside. Amazon shows a pair of 55-inch UN55C7000 TVs with 3D 240Hz motion technology in stock with a $3,299.99 price tag and free delivery. Yeah, that’s a day earlier than expected but we doubt anyone’s complaining. Remember, you’ll still have to drop another $150 or so on the shutter glasses if you ever plan to flip the switch from 2D to 3D mode; something you might want to do when actual 3D content starts to arrive.
Update: Looks like Sears is shipping now as well, including the 46-inch UN46C7000 little brother for $2,600.
Source: Amazon and Engadget