From the looks of it, Honeycomb is really going to make use of the screen that you will be getting on Android Tablets. Let’s wait and see if Honeycomb is really good enough… that makes me wanna buy a Android tablet… Yes, I still haven’t made up my mind on buying iPad or not… Of course, if I really buy, it will be iPad 2.. Haha!
I know Microsoft is building Windows Phone 7, Android is growing very strong and Apple is one of the most popular and innovative smartphone manufacturer around. But Mozilla came out with what I feel the most impressive and amazing smartphone concept around.
Although Seabird is just a concept but the design is already quite fully featured. It comes with 8MP camera, IR dongle together with Bluetooth for Ear-piece which can be detach from the phone itself!
The most impressive part is the 2 way projector built-in on the phone! You will be able to project out a virtual keyboard and display, so you can use your phone like a PC/laptop whereever you dock your phone! Impressive yeah?
Stop imagining the phone, check out their concept video below:
Remember I previous blogged about why I’m not getting iPad when it launch in Singapore. I am still not planning to get one even after i played with one, even though I don’t mind to have one(anyone?).
Rumors are stating that Google is going to launch a new Tablet running on Google Chrome OS, and I feel that it might be the tablet I’m waiting for. According to Download Squad‘s report:
So what will the Google tablet pack for hardware? It’ll likely be based on NVidia’s Tegra 2 platform and sport a 1280×720 multitouch display, 2GB of RAM, minimum 32GB SSD, WiFi/Bluetooth/3G connectivity, GPS, webcam, and possibly expandable storage via a multi-card reader. Expect it to be every bit as geek-tastic as the Nexus One — Google won’t want to disappoint its early adopters.
It seems to be a very good device to replace your laptop, if the weight, battery life and senstivity of the touch screen is as good as iPad, I will be considering to get one, because I love Chrome, and I feel that a laptop replacement cannot be as restrictive as iPad.
Anyway, I’m loving my experience with iPhone 4. 🙂
I think Google are trying their best to be creative and funny most of the time. I feel that they are quite successful, but I think they are making jokes that only geeks can understand. Honestly, if I show this video to my grandma, I don’t think she will understand! Google’s Systems are still overly complicated to some, that’s why I think Apple’s iPhone 4 FaceTime will be more successful with old people… just like why iPad can be easily used by anyone in the world from old to young. 🙂