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ASUS® E600 WP7 Smartphone

With ASUS E600 WP7 smartphone, the company finally moves to Windows OS for its phone. ASUS is preparing to launch a smartphone running on the Windows OS and has already screened it at FCC. The ASUS E600 is the only ASUS smartphone powered by the Windows Phone 7 OS. ASUS E600 has a stylish black matte finish, an aluminum front and a plastic back with a USB port. It has a 4-inch capacitive touchscreen with a WVGA resolution.

The phone is powered by a 1GHz processor and 512 MB RAM. It has a 5 MP camera with LED flash and offers 720p video recording with a 1300mAh Li-Ion standard battery. The Windows Phone 7 OS supports a large WVGA screen, minimum hardware buttons (start, back, search, camera and photo), a capacitive multi-touch screen, high processing and multi tasking capabilities, multiple connectivity options like Wi-Fi etc mapping with AGPS and a high resolution camera among other features. It appears to be built around the Zune HD platform.

The ASUS E600 phone boasts of a powerful AMOLED screen display, a 5.2 megapixel camera at the back, and supports midrange HD shooting. It will be bearing a close resemblance to Zune HD. This device could be ASUS’s passport into the US phone market; currently ASUS has made its presence felt with the EeePC line.

Microsoft also needs more handset partners to hold its own in the OS market against Android and iOS. Partners like LG are voicing concern over Windows 7 being a winning platform or not. Currently Android is ruling the roost. Microsoft along with its carrier partners, AT&T and T-Mobile, are expecting an increase in revenue with the launch of Windows Phone 7.

Zune HD Changes Face of MP3 Player Market

Zune HD the new MP3 player in the market from Microsoft has changed the world of MP3 players. The Zune HD is a power packed gadget that delivers an amazing experience. The MP3 Player from Microsoft is a complete example of quality hardware combined with the user friendly interface. The platform, on which Zune HD has been made, has opened new possibility for developers to create games for Microsoft’s new MP3 player. The only bad thing about the Zune HD is that the third party games are restricted on Zune HD. Microsoft’s .NET based XNA Framework, delivers high performance, Direct 3D graphics however the XNA on Zune HD only supports simple 2D graphics and also there are not hardware accelerated 3D.

Although the new MP3 player from Microsoft, Zune HD comes bundled with the NVIDIA Tegra but because of the absence of hardware accelerated 3D, it lacks in graphical performance. Also the device’s Wi-Fi blocks third party applications from accessing the Internet. The capabilities of the NVIDIA Tegra chip can be exploited if the programs use the widespread OpenGL ES 2.0 API. The OpenGL ES 2.0 API is a 3D application that is used by the Apple iPhone. With the OpenZDK or the Open Zune Development Kit, it is possible to run native or third party applications on Zune HD and that too in the same quality as of Microsoft’s own Zune games. With the ZDK, the first-rate gaming experience delivered by the Microsoft published games will now be available to third party applications as well. Also it will be easier for the developers to create the native applications for the Microsoft’s Zune HD. The operating system of Zune HD is based on Windows CE 6 is widely supported.

Just like Apple allowed the jailbreak to fix the exploits on the iPhone, Microsoft might choose the same way to fix the exploits and can officially allow the development of the native applications for Zune HD.

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