We roamed the show floor; and here are 10 unmistakable trends we think will be appearing near you in the consumer electronics world in 2012.
There might be room for another mobile operating system on the smartphone market. Put this Samsung Focus Flash on your palm. Itís light, itís fast, and itís elegant. The phone comes pre-loaded with the latest Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS.
Just like my IP Phone, it always freaks me out when it reboots in the middle of my call. Often I don't like or use those fancy features, I will much appreciate a reliable system that always there when I need it.
I read lots of LCD TVs with different sizes and contrast ratios. Is there any improved LCD technology shown in CES? Example: Low response time LCD, jitter free frames especially sports, improved DSP alogrithm to show realism in picture quality etc.
you can consider next time you travel to china bring a pair of levi jeans which will cost you $30, sell it in china and buy a MIPS pad.
You will end up with $30 left in your pocket and a pad for free...
I am still wondering why none of the companies are showing Direct-LED displays, everywhere it is back-lit LEDs ( Actually it is LCD TV which uses LED as a back-lit instead of Fluorescent Lamp behind), Samsung can surely design Direct LED plates for to be used as Displays.
One application that Haier has displayed of Multiplexing the displays to create a giant display is really a required feature in the LCD TVs.
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