Sony has unveiled its new mobile 3D experience is the Sony VAIO F 3d at CES 2011. Sony VAIO F 3d is formed on Intel’s new height and Sandy Bridge is bundled with a span of 3D active glasses, and has built-in 3D sync transmitter provided improved 3D experience.
The Sony VAIO notebook has an F 3D brings 3D 16-inch LED-backlit display with 120Hz refresh rate and full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution, an S-Force Front Surround-3D system, Blu-ray combo drive, an HDMI output and the ability to instantly switch between 3D and 2D at the touch of a button. Sony will even let you convert videos and 2D movies into 3D.
Incoming Sony VAIO F 3D is powered by an Intel Core i7 2630QM quad-core 2.0 GHz to 2.9GHz (Sandy Bridge generation) comes with Turbo Boost, a 7200rpm hard drive or SSD and 640 GB combined capacity to 8 GB RAM and a GeForce 540 GT card like on Samsung 2233SW 21.5-Inch Monitor with 1GB dedicated memory. Blu-ray and a multiformat memory card slot also inluded.
Dimension of the Sony VAIO F 3d are 398.5 x 271.5 x 34-75.4 mm, is pre-installed with Windows 7 Home Premium OS and is equipped with WLAN 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, USB 3.0, HD web powered by Exmor-and S-Force 3D Inbox with bass-reflex speakers. The new F-Series VAIO notebook PC 3D will be available late February 2011 for the base price of $ 1.700.
CTL TWH notebook packs a 15.6-inch screen, up to 8 GB of RAM, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity like on Samsung 2233SW 21.5-Inch Monitor. There is no comprehensive list of the hardware details at the moment.
The G73SW 3RD-A1 and features the Intel Core i7 CPU 2630QM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 460M video card 1.5GB, 8GB RAM, dual 500GB Hybrid HDD / SSD drives for 1TB, Blu-ray combo drive, full HD display LED backlighting, Windows 7 Home Premium operating system, one-click “overclocking functionality, and an F117 stealth bomber inspired design with a rubber mat.
Asustek 8-pound gaming machine sports an 8-cell battery, integrated stereo speakers and a subwoofer, TNX TruStudio audio technology, backlight keyboard, a 2 megapixel webcam with microphone, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Gigabit LAN, three USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 port, HDMI and VGA outputs, and an 8-in-1 memory card reader. The 3D edition has a 120Hz screen like on Samsung 2233SW 21.5-Inch Monitor and includes 3D Vision 3D glasses. The Asus G73SW G73SW-3D-A1 and both come with a gaming mouse and backpack and are priced at $ 1,849 and $ 1,939 respectively.
The engineering sample exhibited at the 2011 CES show running Android 2.2, but the final version is expected to Android 3.0 Honeycomb rotate. On top of OS, the device runs a customized UI Acer 4.5 user interface.
The tablet is based on the Nvidia Tegra 2 platform, support for 1080p video playback, while the display shows “10 point multitouch input. Acer’s Iconia TAB has a reversing camera, HDMI output, USB port like on Samsung 2233SW 21.5-Inch Monitor, Micro USB port, Micro SD card and SIM card slots, and a dock connector. 4G LTE connection was not enabled on the display unit. There is no information on pricing and availability.
Sony is reportedly looking to get out of the netbook game, instead focused on better performance, higher margin notebooks. But that does not mean the company will focus only on laptops with high price tags almost laughable. Last week Sony unveiled the YB series laptop with an AMD Fusion chip and a starting price of about $ 550.
I got a chance to spend a few minutes with the Sony YB laptop at CES, and it’s a decent looking machine. The laptop has a 1.6 GHz AMD processor with E-350 Radeon HD 6310 graphics, supports up to 4GB of storage and a 500GB hard drive and comes standard with WiFi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 like on Samsung 2233SW 21.5-Inch Monitor, VGA and HDMI output , and 3 USB ports. The computer weighs 3.2 pounds and has a 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display.
The laptop has a chiclet-style keyboard and two nice large buttons below the touchpad. It will be in different color combinations, including three-tone models with colorful covers, silver / gray bodies and black soils. It seems that there is a solid black or silver and black option for those with more conservative tastes. The Sony YB series should be available next month. Find a few pictures after the break. I snagged a few more photos when I visited the AMD stand at a pre-CES event earlier in the week (for the Sony YB series was officially announced).
At $200, it’s difficult to care too much about the Samsung SyncMaster 2233SW’s shortcomings. Sure, it has low screen brightness, no HDMI connection, a clumsy onscreen display, and no ergonomic features aside from tilt. However, most people will be willing to looking past these shortcomings, thanks to the display’s sub-$250 price–especially if they’re only looking for a general-purpose monitor. Throw in its good movie and games performance and a useful and robust OSD, and you have a worthwhile investment. Compared with other displays, such as Samsung XL2370 and Dell’s S2409W and SP2309W, the 2233SW’s overall performance and lack of features can’t compete against more feature-rich displays. It relies on its low price as its trump card and is currently at least $50 cheaper than the others are.
Design and features
The 21.5-inch Samsung SyncMaster 2233SW has a design that closely resembles the Samsung SyncMaster 2233RZ. The Samsung display is devoid of useful ergonomic options such as screen rotation and height adjustment, offering only a 25-degree backward tilt. When placed on a desktop, the Samsung leaves 3.75 inches between the bottom of its screen and the desk. On the sides and top, the Samsung’s glossy bezel measures 0.75 inch and 0.8 inch, respectively. The Samsung’s oval-shaped footstand measures a bit larger than 10 inches wide and 8.5 inches deep. When knocked from the sides, the Samsung wobbled minimally, but it did slide a few inches across the desk with each knock. On the bottom-middle of the Samsung’s bezel is a light gray, painted on Samsung logo.
The Samsung panel measures approximately 1 inch deep and extends another 1.5 inches behind the ventilation, lighting, and connectivity options include. These measurements are counted, the display panel is approximately 2.5 inches deep. The full width of the panel is 20.3 inches – which is average for a 22-inch model. Running across the bottom of the ring from Samsung is a clear glass “lip” about an inch long. If the monitor is turned on, a blue LED radiates from the bottom of the ring and reflects off the lip, creating an interesting lighting effect. In this model, Samsung ditches the usual glossy screen viewed on monitors these days, instead opting for a matte finish.
The video connection options are limited to VGA and DVI, and Samsung includes cables for each. However, there is an HDMI connection not included – which is surprising because most monitors have an aspect ratio of 16:9 this connection. All ports are connectors on the back and on the right side of the monitor. Samsung also flush the ports in a way that makes them a bit difficult to access.
Display on the screen of the Samsung SyncMaster 2233RZ the buttons on the lower right of the monitor on the outside of the panel. It contains five buttons stacked on top of each other. The buttons below the menu, Up, Down, Enter and back, with the power button below. The Up and Down buttons also double as shortcuts to the brightness and contrast, respectively. Each button is almost a half inch in diameter with a spherical shape. Pressing the button makes a satisfying clicking sound and every depressing enough to make it clear when it is pushed. The buttons have enough space between them so that when calibrating the display in low light, you can easily tell the buttons apart.
Pressing the Menu button brings the OSD menu. Here are the options for brightness and contrast in addition to the OSD menu options for determining the length of the menu stays on the screen when idle (up to 200 seconds). The presets include text, Internet, Game, Sport, Movie and Dynamic Contrast. Choosing each preset include adjust screen brightness, but the film seems presets for color temperature change to more of a red push than the other presets that make it bluer. However, this was not detrimental to the image.
16:9 ratio, the Samsung SyncMaster 2233SW supports a “Full HD” 1.080 x 1.920-pixel native resolution. This continues the trend of more and closer monitoring of suppliers move towards 16:9 4:10 p.m. by high-definition content – especially 1080p movies – can a 1.920 x 1.080-pixel display in full screen mode fit without stretching the image.
We tested the Samsung SyncMaster 2233SW using its DVI connection. The display posted a composite score of 96 on DisplayMate-based performance tests, the same score as the Samsung SyncMaster XL2370 and higher than the Dell SP2309W’s 90 score. In our dark screen test, the 2233SW showed only a small amount of backlight bleed through, less than the Samsung SyncMaster XL2370.
The 2233SW achieved a brightness score of 231 candelas per square meter–much lower than the XL2370′s 344 cd/m2, and the Dell SP2309W’s 297 cd/m2. The difference between the monitors is readily apparent, as the 2233SW’s screen looks noticeably darker in comparison. When we set the brightness of the 2233SW and XL2370 to 100 and 75 respectively, we found that when looking at the same image, the XL’s whites were noticeably brighter without compromising the dark detail and deep blacks of the image. The 2233SW displayed whites that were noticeably darker than the XL2370′s and took on a bluish tint.
We used the 2233SW’s Movie preset to check out “Kill Bill: Vol. 1″ on DVD and some 1080p movie files from Microsoft’s WMV HD Showcase. Other than the red push in the film advance, the 2233SW display deep blacks and decent color when playing movies.
We looked at World of Warcraft and Unreal Tournament 3 on the monitor and saw no evidence of input lag, streaking or ghosting during fast movements. We both played tested in Game of the screen, preset and while we were able to play the game without problems, the overall presentation was darker than what we prefer and places in the game that had jumped into overly bright are not looking so bright as they did on the Samsung XL2370. The Samsung colors in games just not the same pop as the XL2370, thanks to the relatively low brightness.
The optimum viewing angle for a monitor is usually right on the front, about one quarter of the distance from the screen from top to bottom. At this angle, you’re viewing the colors and gamma correction as they were intended. Most monitors are not designed to be viewed on a different angle. Depending on the type of panel, image quality varies nonoptimal angles. Most monitors use TN panels that get overly bright or too dark in parts of the screen when viewed from nonoptimal angles. The Samsung SyncMaster 2233SW uses a TN panel, and when it is viewed from the sides or bottom, we experience the screen to about five inches darker off of the center and we noticed that the left, right and above the display dark colors at the same rate as the SyncMaster XL2370. Of course, viewed from the optimum angle, we had no problems.
If you like powerful laptops and packed to the rafters with the latest technology then rejoice, as Toshiba has announced an update for the Satellite A665, Satellite A660 and Qosmio X500 performance / gaming laptops. The updates, not surprisingly, center around hardware updates, including enhanced multimedia and connectivity to the satellite equipment, while the Qosmio X500 also gains 3D engine following new software updates like on ASUS N53JF-XE1.
All three laptops to get the second generation Intel Core i7 processors, while USB 3.0 port on the Satellite A665 and Satellite A660 allows users to transfer documents between peripherals and external hard drives up to ten times faster than USB 2.0. Moreover, the integration of the latest Bluetooth 3.0 technology on all three models allows users to wirelessly transfer data with compatible devices at speeds up to 24M bit per second.
The new 3D features of the Qosmio X500 will be a boost when connecting it to a 3D TV, and it is now able to take 2D content and immediately appear as a 3D image when played on Toshiba Video Player 3D software – which, if done properly, could affect existing movies in your collection would be a new outcome.The updated Satellite A660, Satellite A665 and Qosmio X500 will be available from the end of January 2011.
The MSI X370 is one of the three pounds “thin and light” laptop which recently launched AMD “Fusion” processor uses the “Brazos” family. This particular AMD Fusion processor is probably the 18-watt “Zacate” that is used by most manufacturers at CES. It packs a lot of punch per watt “, especially when it comes to graphics and multimedia applications like on ASUS N53JF-XE1. In absolute terms, it’s not a speed demon, but compared to other netbooks in the same price, the performance gains are noticeable.
The MSI X370 has a 13.3 “(1366 x 768) LED-backlit display that is controlled by the integrated Radeon HD 6310 graphics processor (GPU). It is possible to add up to 4 GB of system memory (RAM) and up to 640GB of disk storage (mechanical drives only, not SSD). There are two USB ports and a SSD card reader.
The design of the MSI X370 looks very nice. It is less than 1 cm thick and the laptop has an interesting “carbon-fiber-looking” texture on the inside (not the actual carbon fiber). This should be a very capable laptop for productivity tasks, web browsing and web video. It should also be able basic gaming.
- 13.4 “HD (1366 x 768) with LED backlight
- AMD Dual Core Processor Brazos
- RAM to 4 GB
- ATI radeonhd 6310 (UMA: uses system memory for graphics)
- 1x HDMI, 1x VGA
- 320/500/640GB HDD
- 2x USB 2.0
- SD / MMC
- 802.11 b / g / n WLAN + Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR
- 1x Gigabit LAN
- 13 “x8.8″ x0.94 “
- 3 lbs (w / battery)
Apple’s MacBook Pros are known for their sleek industrial design, but this is just a concept laptop HIDE lead. This notebook has a sleek design of panels on the side of the monitor, which is used to cover up the sides of the laptop such as ASUS N53JF-XE1 and the port when the lid is closed.
Besides making it seem as if it were a solid sheet of aluminum, it also serves another purpose of protecting against damage to the peripheral ports. HIDE this laptop concept is elegant and looks may be included in notebooks today.
A tablet news just keeps rolling this week at CES tablet remains focused on delivering as much as the current U.S. labor laws allow. Acer and Verizon Wireless on Wednesday announced the A500 Iconis Tab. The tablet will use the latest version of Android and the Nvidia Tegra 2 1 GHz dual core processor like on ASUS N53JF-XE1 to power its 10-inch capacitive touch screen.
The Iconis will use LTE 4G Verizon Wireless Mobile Broadband network and the use of Acer’s 4.5 UI with Android as the interface of choice. Other details are the inclusion of Acer’s Clear.fi media-sharing system preloaded on the device, an HDMI port, 1080p output, a 13.3 mm profile, SkyCross antenna, a ZTE LTE wireless module, 10.1 and Flash support.
Acer is touting the tablet Nvidia CPU horsepower as a secondary reason gamers will want to keep for the A500 Iconis. Acer says: “One of the most impressive of the tablet features is the ability to run and play HD premium online arcade games and complex 3D games, thanks to the 10-point multitouch and gyro control that an entertainment experience in line with the guarantees best game consoles. ” We will have to wait and see if that actually seems to be true. Back later this week for more details on the A500 Iconis Tab.Sony has unveiled its new mobile 3D experience is the Sony VAIO F 3d at CES 2011. Sony VAIO F 3d is formed on Intel’s new height and Sandy Bridge is bundled with a span of 3D active glasses, and has built-in 3D sync transmitter provided improved 3D experience.None found.