Apparently the device is making the rounds at Sprint’s research and development department. Sources also say that talk of a 4G variant of the iPhone for Sprint is coming along, but the first generation Sprint iPhone that is currently in testing does not feature support for 4G bands.
The InFocus Mondopad is a 55-inch 1080p high-definition “wall tablet”, with WiFi and a 720p webam / soundbar. It offers pad-like functionality and the proprietary software mimics the feel of a mobile OS with basic apps like a whiteboard and web browser, and support for Office, JPG, and PDF files.
It also features Intel’s vPro tech, allowing remote access and file sharing with mobile devices. Pre-ordering one will cost you $5,949 and it will be delivered in July and VoIP service through Vidtel will cost $49 a month per connection.
Nintendo has something new to add to it’s 3DS lineup. A new ‘Red Flare’ handheld that will hit Japan next month. This red 3DS will retail for ¥25,000 (about $312) when it hits Japanese stores on July 14th.
The company is also planning a new Wii bundle on June 23rd, which will have two Wii Remote Plus controllers (one in black or white, one in blue) with Wii Sports Resort software, for ¥20,000 (around $250). We don’t know if these will be coming our way anytime soon.
Looking for a camera that can handle your adventurous lifestyle? The waterproof, shockproof and dust-resistant PX might be your thing. It packs a 16-megapixel CCD sensor along with a 5x optical wide zoom lens and is capable of booting up in just 1.4 seconds. The device also supports subject-tracking and face-priority auto-focus features and a bunch of shooting modes like: toy camera, soft-focus and high-contrast black and white, to name a few.
Ricoh says that the PX can survive drops from an altitude of up to five feet, remain waterproof at depths of about ten feet, and is impermeable to dust, sand and dirt. It also has a 2.7-inch, scratch-resistant LCD on back.
Amazon is shipping HP’s first webOS tablet on July 17th, but the TouchPad will go on sale to Americans on July 1st, with the UK, Ireland, France and Germany a few days later and Canada in mid-July. After that, there will be a phased rollout for Australia, Hong Kong, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore and Spain later in the year.
It will cost $499.99 (16GB) / $599.99 (32GB) with pre-orders starting ten days from today. HP will be partnering with AT&T for a 3G edition later in the summer.
A new camera for action sports fans has launched and it is appropriately called the Replay XD1080. This is the company’s first offering that does 1080p resolution. It’s the smallest 1080p camera there is and weighs less than three ounces. It is also water resistant and can survive drops and crashes when in use.
The camera records 1080p resolution at 30 fps and can record 720p at up to 60fps. Other features include a 135-degree field of view so the video doesn’t have a fish eye effect, the ability to be mounted on the hood of a car, and it has an optional suction cup mount.
A few days back T-Mobile announced 2 new mid range Android phones, the Samsung Exhibit 4G, available in Black and Violet, and the Samsung Gravity Smart. However there is another mid range Android phone coming to T-Mobile. The Samsung Dart, otherwise known as the Samsung T499 or Galaxy Mini.
The Samsung Dart is the T-Mobile version of the Galaxy Mini, and will come in gray. The Samsung Dart will feature a 240x 320 screen, a 2MP Camera, no flash, 3G bands, Bluetooth 2.1, Android 2.2.
This isn’t official, but Synnex has possibly leaked some info on the HP Touchpad. According to some listings on its website, the HP TouchPad is estimated to be available on June 22nd in both 16GB and 32GB capacities for $499.99 and $599.99.
If you are looking for accessories, an HP-branded TouchPad case is also listed. Of course, that date is an ETA not an actual release date, but it’s pretty close to the last official word out of HP. Shouldn’t be long now anyway.
Wearable camcorders are nothing new, neither are wearable spy cameras. This one is disguised as a Bluetooth headset. It is called the Looxcie 2. This sequel to the original is half the size and sheds some weight as well.
The two versions of the Looxcie 2 that are available are 4GB and 8GB capacities. They can record videos at resolutions of 320 or 480. Rumor is that it may also support iCloud. The 4GB version will give you five hours of recording for $180, while the 8GB one will give you ten hours for $199.
If you are looking for a lightweight monopod the Photojojo Store is offering the Twig Pod monopod. It is not only light in weight but also quite affordable. It is basically a 25-inch metal stick that weighs less than half a pound.
It can also collapse to just 8-inches and the end is pointed so you can just stick it in the ground. The ball-head mount ensures that you have the angles you want to shoot. Just $28.
This was confirmed by one of Nintendo’s chief game designers, Katsuya Eguchi, the format is currently used by the Sony PS3. However the Wii U does not support playback of Blu-Ray discs. The console will also support external USB drives, for added storage capacity.
Mac users can now use Mad Catz’s series of Cyborg R.A.T. gaming mice. That’s because the company finally released some Mac drivers for the complete range of mice today, which will allow you to take advantage of all the advanced features Windows users have already been using for awhile.
Just be aware that you’ll need the Snow Leopard update first, since the drivers won’t accept anything less. This is great news for Mac gamers.
HTC DoubleShot is the code name for the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide that is coming soon. And today we have some accessory cases showing how the final design will most likely look. T-Mobile has not announced this device, but it will likely be sometime soon.
It looks like it features a dual LED flash and they’ve moved the speaker down below. It will look similar to the original myTouch 4G but with a slide out QWERTY keyboard and that new dual-core Snapdragon processor.
The Wii U is making the headlines today, but what about the old SNES? That was making waves at E3 too. The classic SNES has been reborn as the SupaBoy, from Hyperkin.
It’s a handheld version of the old console that will let you get your portable old school game on. The image is an early prototype, but we wouldn’t mind having it in this form at all. The plan is to ship by the end of the year for $79.99. Sign us up.
The new SGPT113JP/S and SGPT114JP/S tablets that just passed through the FCC are variants of the S1 tablet, the 9.4-inch tablet with Android 3.x Honeycomb and custom-made “Quick and Smooth” UI and “Swift” web browser.
Other features include 2.4GHz 802.11n WiFi and WCDMA bands II and V radios, and an Ericsson F5521gw HSPA+ capable modem that’s mentioned. The PlayStation Certified tablet will arrive later in the fall for an unknown price.