Friday, 4 January 2013

Technology Watchlist for 2013


1. Dual -screen Ultrabooks

The creators are creating ever interesting portable computing devices.A thin laptop and we have a strange and wonderful 'tabtop/laptablet' dual-screen devices that functions extraordinarily.The Upcoming Asus Taichi-- a Windows 8 Ultrabook with two full HD screens,one on the inside for use a laptop and the other on the outside for use as a tablet.This consists an  Intel Ivy Bridge processor with an Nvidia graphics chip that can, together, handle demanding apps.It costs more than $1,300, for small scaled-down versions.

2.Google Chromebook

For those who store all their data online in locations such as Dropbox or Google Drive, and who live off Google's web applications,the Google Chromebook might just be the ticket. It has limited storage and modest capabilities,but its entire raison d'etre is accrssing online services.Starting at USD 199, it is a compelling device not just for personal use but also for the cloud - connected enterprises that need afforfable,easily mangeable devices that are no more secure than conventional portable devices.

 3.Google Nexus 4

Andriod devices, takes a lot for one of them to really stand out.LG's Google Nexus 4,with its fanstastic of technologies and form seems to have done. Although its 4.7-inch IPS screen with a 1280x768 resolution, 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and wireless charging might be surpassed eventually, it has set the gold standard for price-performance. The USD 199 entry point makes it the best value device in the market and will undoubtedly pave the way for lower-priced yet powerful smartphones in the year ahead. Of course, you’ll need to fight the hordes before you get your hands on one.

4.Intel's Next Unit of Computing

In September ,Intel Showcased a new Liiliputian 4-inch machine that could well be the basis for computing devices you might find in your home or office soon.Built around an integrated board with an Ivy Bridge Intel Core i3 processor, two memory slots, the new thunderbolt connectoe and an external q9v power supply, it resembles a set -top box.while it's modest specificstions will not find use in applications that need processing muscle, it will appeal to daily app like browsing the internet or movies across home networks. 

5.Solid State Storage

Solid state drives(SSD)-- storage in the form of memory chips , as opposed to conventional hard disk - based magnetic storage.Advancements in fabrications processes and technologies are breeding higher -capacity and cheaper SSD's that offer significant gains-higher speeds, greater robustness,lower power consumption,lighter weight and smaller size.The primary deterrent has been cost per megabyte: SSD 's are expensive to manufacture. With Other Competitors Such as Samsung announcing high -performance SSD's at USD 200 for 20 GB, the storage scene is poised to change. The prices are higher than other devices.Samsung says one in five drives shipped next year will have SSD's this is expected to rise to one to two by 2016.  news via Forbesindia

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