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Motion Computing launches CL900 tablet PC

Motion Computing, a global leader in providing mobile solutions in the form of tablet PCs, announced at the CES 2011, a rugged tablet designed exclusively for business applications. Motion CL900 is a tablet designed keeping mobility of use in mind and provides access to various utilities including data in an uninterrupted way. It is expected to be available for the end users in the second half of 2011. David Altounian, Motion CEO, said that the new product from Motion will ensure and allow user’s ability to take benefit of connected applications along with enhanced productivity features in remote areas. He also said that the new rugged and much worked upon solution package that Motion CL900 offers is especially designed and aimed for the business market. Motion CL900 features an option for device expansion. It boasts of 8 hours of uninterrupted battery life, giving its user an enhanced battery package to allow them more time on the job. It is lightweight and is less than 16mm in thickness. It also features scratch proof Corning Gorilla Glass and the innovative DuPont Vertak for enhanced viewing experience during adverse lighting conditions, and many add on features like mobile broadband with GPS, 802.11 a/b/g/n WLAN, Bluetooth 3.0 and a slot for a wireless SIM for communication.

Motion CL900 has Microsoft Windows 7 and will be powered by the powerful Intel Atom processor. It is rumored to be Intel’s answer to the ARM based system on a chip architecture currently powering most tablet PCs. It comes with an IT support and service plan to help cut IT support cost to the business user. Its ultra strong and clear display comes with both stylus and touch input options. It has either 30 GB or 62 GB solid state drive (SSD) and 2GB RAM.

Eddie O’Brien, Microsoft U.S. OEM Vice President, said that Motion CL900 is born out of consumer demands to meet one of the fastest growing areas of enterprise expectations and demands, terming it as a business ready mobile tablet to improve productivity of business clients and workers and meet corporate security and other requirements. He further stated that by harnessing and utilizing the power of the Windows platform to bring out an innovation in the field of business mobile computing with an innovative form factor, Motion has set itself apart from others to reach across industries and compete in new business areas. It is planned for an introductory price of less than $1000 which is pretty competitive seeing its rugged uniqueness and features.

ChevronWP7 Will Not Work On Next Version Of Windows® Phone 7

Microsoft is contemplating of blocking ChevronWP7 which permitted customers to unlock any sort of retails device of Windows Phone 7 (WP7) for side loading of application defying the payment criterion of 99 dollar per year for the marketplace account of WP7. The update will introduce the copy and paste features among other improvements. As per ChevronWP7 team, Chevron WP7 unlocking mechanism is still being used as it has already been discarded and they are quite aware of the fact. However, this has been tactfully communicated earlier, they will like to reiterate that Microsoft has briefed them about the coding error utilized in the ChevronWP7 unlocking will seize to act after the updating of Windows Phone 7 as announced officially at CES 2011.

After its release ChevronWP7 was not continued more than a week. The developers of ChevronWP7 were asked by Brandon Watson, director of Windows Phone 7, in the department of Developer Experience and took decision for destroying their application. Microsoft has made changes in the developer tools with regards Windows Phone 7, paste functionality and adding copy, improvement in application performance, and implementation for other enhancements. The update comprises reference assemblies, Windows Phone OS emulator image which is a new type of version and all sorts of improvements in connection with previous updates. One may download it directly from Windows Phone Developer Tools January 2011 Update. The update is in respect of developers only and it allows them to start making the apps with assemblies of undated nature which will be shipped in the next update for Windows Phone 7 for consumers.

All applications those are already on the Windows Phone Marketplace will obviously still be working on the WP7 gadgets which becomes updated for the new type of versions in respect of OS and any application built by using this new sort of version for the tools will also be workable on the phones which have not got the upcoming update of WP7. Most of the applications will not be resubmitted or recompiled.

Evolve III Maestro tablet

The Evolve III Maestro tablet computer was displayed at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011. It will be launched with an Oak Trail CPU and also add MeeGo as its operating system. The buzz surrounding the tablet is that the tablet weighs only 900 grams and offers a battery backup of 8 hours on the Windows 7 operating system and 16 hours on the Android operating system.

It features a 10.1-inch capacitive touchscreen with a display resolution of 1024X600 pixels. The tablet has 2GB of DDR3 RAM, up to 32 GB of solid state hard disk, 3G and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity, and 2 USB ports. The Evolve III Maestro is the world’s first tablet booting on Android, Windows 7 and MeeGo. This is something that has led developers to sit up and take notice. A UI drawing its strength from the two operating systems will be a user friendly device with innovations.

The Oak Trail platform is based on the system on a chip architecture for tablet computers. Intel takes pride in its idle state energy conservation and how in comparison to other platforms it is a competitive choice. Intel’s Oak Trail is marketed to rival companies using ARM based architecture and to gain a hold of the tablet market. ARM platform is currently a leader based on its low power consumption on a specific sized unit like the tablet. The Evolve III Maestro is the one of the first tablets showcasing Oak Trail and is power packed with multiple platforms and would be a much awaited release.

Gadgets launched at CES 2011

At the 2011 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), several new gadgets such as laptops, tablet computers, smart phones, televisions, operating systems, and more, were launched. Acer introduced the innovative dual touch screen ICONIA notebook. The Acer ICONIA notebook has the Windows 7 operating system, virtual keyboard, SocialJogger, Gesture Editor, and many more advanced features.

At CES 2011, Dell introduced the Dell Inspiron Duo convertible tablet. It has a 10.1-inch touchscreen which can be detached to convert it into a tablet computer. Dell Inspiron Duo is powered by the Intel Atom N550 processor and the screen has a resolution of 1366 × 768 pixels. It has 2GB DDR3 RAM, 250GB SATA hard disk drive, Gigabit Ethernet LAN, and Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. In the original position it is a regular netbook with a full keyboard. On detaching the screen it converts into a tablet with touch screen. It has four-cell battery, which offers back up for four hours.

Samsung Series 9 Notebook will compete with the Apple MacBook Air laptop. The new ultra-portable 13.3-inch Samsung Series 9 Notebook runs on the Windows 7 operating system.  This laptop features a 128 GB SSD, the Intel Core i5 processor, 4 GB DDR3 RAM, 13.3-inch LED HD screen, HDMI ports, USB 3.0, Ethernet, headphone output, two speakers of 1.5 Watt, etc.

The best gadgets from CES 2011

The best gadgets from Consumer Electronics Show 2011 (CES), include tablets and smart phones. Here is what they are as per a description I have tried to give. Sony Ericsson’s Xperia arc phone has a 4.2-inch display and has a 1GHz processor. It has an 8-mega pixel camera over on the back of the phone, and a video camera on the front. Its thickness is 0.34 inch. BlackBerry PlayBook  runs a brand brand new operating system and is a 7-inch thin gadget, with  the  front-facing camera of 3MP and a 5MP rear HD based camera. It is powered by 1GHz Cortex-A9 dual core processor and 1GB of RAM. The BlackBerry PlayBook  can handle Flash 10.1, HTML 5 and HDMI.

Apple iPhone 5 will use NFC (Near Field Communication), the short-range wireless technology which can operate as an electronic wallet. Apple iWatch offers reliability and effectiveness of both iPod Touch and iPod Nano  on the same platform and is smaller and thinner. The Motorola Atrix 4G has a dual-core processor with features of a high-resolution display of 4-inch, HD based video capture, a camera which is front-facing, and also a fingerprint reader.

Motorola’s Droid Bionic has dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, a 4.3-inch screen and an HD recording facility on video, a camera of 8-megapixel in the back while there is a front-facing calling camera for video. Then there is Motorola’s CLIQ with a display of 3.7-inch, a camera with 5-megapixels capability as well as DNLA capabilities. Acer’s E210 has a 2.6-inches touch screen. It is powered by a 416MHz processor and has 256MB RAM. It  also has a 3.2-megapixel camera on the back, with GPS, Wi-Fi as well as FM radio. Acer Liquid Mini has a 3.2 inch display with a 600MHz processor and 512MB RAM, a 5-megapixel camera on the back, a GPS as well as Bluetooth connectivity.

Samsung’s Infuse 4G uses a 4.5-inch Superb AMOLED plus type display, a camera of 8-megapixels and a 1.2GHz single core processor. LG’s Optimus Black phone consists of a bright display of 4 inches. It is a very slim phone of 0.36 inch thickness packing a 1,500 mAh battery with dual cameras on board. HTC FreeStyle has a 3.2-inch display, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and FM radio. HTC EVO Shift 4G is slightly smaller. It has a 3.6-inch display as well as a QWERTY, slide out keyboard. There’s a 5-megapixel camera on board, as well.

Tablet PCs at MWC

Starting CES 2011, the year of 2011 was already announced as the year of smartphones and tablets. Soon after the CES, Dell and HP launched tablet computers. The tablet craze actually reached a feverish pitch. Motorola XOOM, HTC Flyer, LG Optimus Pad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Acer Iconia Tab, HP TouchPad, RIM PlayBook, Sony Xperia Play, Apple iPad, ASUS EePad, ViewSonic ViewPad, and many more were displayed at the MWC exposition. It was Android-based tablets making news at the MWC barring the Blackberry and iPad along with Windows Phone 7.

The whole range of tablets expected in 2011, has introduced new perspectives like the WebOS from HP and the Windows Phone 7 with their collaboration with Nokia. A range of processors and hardware be it NVIDIA or Tegra or QualComm, Snapdragon, Intel Extreme,  AMD, Dual Core processors, Quad Core processors, and a host of new powerful devices, have been introduced.

The Android 3.0 platform – the Honeycomb has been specifically designed with large 7 and 10 inch tablets in mind. Although manufacturers like HTC are using the Gingerbread and other proprietary solutions jointly, to bring about the kind of performance to match the iPads or RIM Pads and probably even better it, the combinations of hardware and OS and performing apps on the same, are going to set the rules in the market.

The MWC 2011 also saw the massive growth of apps, app developers, carriers and operators and a host of related problems like revenue sharing, OS updation, standardization, mobile security, and many more areas. MWC also saw the growth of the WAC – Wholesale Applications Community, a platform to provide opportunities for global developers to create, synchronize and sell applications using standard and open API (Application Programmable Interfaces). This alliance of telecommunication companies is focused towards an open application platform, as also provision of a unified service platform for carriers towards aggregating mobile Internet applications. This will definitely help in better revenue generation and provide an excellent cloud based service experience to all smartphone users. The MWC 2011 has been acclaimed to be a success in such tablet and smartphone related issues.

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