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June 28, 2012

The First Jelly Bean Android Tablet: Google Nexus 7

Finally, the veil of Google Nexus 7 has been taken off. Google Nexus 7 is a 7-inch tablet made by Asus, running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

There are both 8GB and 16GB models, featuring a 7-inch 1280×800 HD display (216 ppi), back-lit IPS display, scratch-resistant Corning glass, a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, a 12-core CPU and a 4325 mAh battery that promises about 8 hours of power use. Google claims the tablet will keep kicking for 10 hours of reading or 8 hours of HD video playback on a single charge. The specs make the Nexus 7 a visually rich platform for watching movies (Convert AVCHD to Google Nexus), playing games and reading e-magazines. The devices also tout near field communications (NFC) technology with Google Wallet, GPS and a 1.2MP front-facing camera.

The 8GB model will cost $199, putting it right on par price-wise with Barnes & Noble’s Nook Tablet and Amazon’s Kindle Fire. And the 16GB device will be priced at $249. Both are available now for pre-order from the Google Play store, and are expected to ship in the next 2-3 weeks.

What makes Nexus 7 outstanding is that it is running a pure version of Android. Both the Nook and Fire are running Android, but these are stripped-down custom version of the Android OS. A pure version Android means that you can access to all the apps you’re going to want, and fully integrates with Google services like Gmail and Google +.

What do you think of Google Nexus 7?

March 26, 2012

Second-generation Amazon Kindle Fire: 10-inch Screen, Quad-core Tegra 3 Processor?

According to foreign media BGR Amazon means to continue the big success of Kindle Fire, so it plans to issue a new generation 10-inch Kindle Fire during the second quarter this year. It is rumored that this new tablet will be equipped with quad-core Tegra 3 processor.

Existing sources say that Amazon has placed an order for new Kindle Fire in Taiwan’s Catcher Technologies factory. If this is true, it means the second generation Kindle Fire will be put into the production stage in the next few months. We cannot figure out whether it is true or not, so a dubious attitude towards it should be proper.

However, if the new generation Kindle Fire is released, what can be confirmed is that it will also continue the low price, in another word, it will be sold at a loss. Then it will gain profits by providing content, application and cloud storage.

How to convert video to Kindle Fire for enjoying?

January 9, 2012

Top 10 Predictions of Mobile Industry in 2012: Apple 7-inch iPad

1. AT&T will deploy LTE network in the United States
AS a matter of fact, AT&T has started to deploy LTE network in some cities and has fulfilled the acquisition of Qualcomm frequency spectrum assets. And AT&T will deploy LTE network in the United States in 2012.

2. T-Mobile the United States found new partners
T-Mobile the United States will develop business via new partners. The company will get the spectrum resources from AT&T in the form of break-up fee. However, Deutsche Telecom may not sell T-Mobile the United States as expected, after all, the T-Mobile the United States is the most profitable project overseas. But the company may also have to improve its performance with Dish Network, and may have signed a joint marketing agreement with AT&T.

3. LTE roaming incapable among competitors
Although the technology can achieve compatibility, big operators in United States will still insulate from each other for the reason that they want to fight for the market as well as highlight their quality of service.

4. LightSquare wireless data service perish
Because it will interfere with the GPS data, so the U.S. military won’t let LightSquare introduce wireless data services. LightSquare cannot make a smooth development unless to make sure that military facilities not suffer interference. In addition, civil GPS industry spreads lobbying so as to make the LightSquare hard to survive.

5. Nokia Windows Phone 7 becomes popular in some areas
In Africa, South Asia and the Middle East where smart phones are in great need but can’t afford to buy the iPhone, Nokia Windows Phone 7 smartphones will bear fruit. U.S. sales will improve, but not as good as the overseas market. By the end of 2012, Microsoft will open a large-scale promotion on Windows Phone 7. Although there are lots of rumours, Microsoft will not purchase Nokia.

6. Apple will launch 7-inch iPad
Apple will launch 7-inch iPad. 7-inch Amazon Kindle Fire achieves 1 million sales per week at present which indicates that the market exists apparently. Although Steve Jobs regarded this kind of product as death-upon-light, he was not there, and Apple executives have the ability to discern the present market situation. In addition, 7 inch is the perfect size for multiple tasks. Apple is expected to issue 7-inch iPad when launches iPad 3 in the first half year.
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7. Amazon adds 3G or 4G module to Kindle Fire
Once the WiFi market reaches saturation, Amazon will add 3 G or 4 G function to Kindle Fire. But not like the original Kindle that provides unlimited amount of data package, it may offer the same package as iPad.

8. 7-inch tablet computer hovers around $225
Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet will drag down the price of 7-inch Tablet computer, hovers around $225 or so. Although Samsung and other tablet computer will try to keep the high-end product price, the price cut has assured. In fact, as the price pressure increased, Apple 7-inch tablet computer price is expected to be lower than the existing iPad.

9. Smartphone use-cost increase
With the popularity of 4 G network, prices will go up, data cap will drop, and the use cost of smart phones will also increase. The WiFi service led by T-Mobile the United States will appear in other operators in the network, the most likely is Sprint Nextel.

10. WiFi calling service rise
With the rise in 4 G charge, WiFi calling will be a better solution. Only simple setting on router can make it, although ISP (Internet service provider) will take responsive measures, but it will fail at last. Mobile operators will be surprised to find that there are more and more customers starting to use free WiFi, not 4 G network.

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