In addition to the consumer tablet Dell XPS 12 and XPS 10 Duo, Dell has unveiled the main technical features of the model Latitude 10 model, equipped with Intel Atom processor, 10-inch IPS display with HD resolution, WWAN module and replaceable battery.
Viewsonic is set to showcase a 22-inch Android tablet during Computex. Engadget claims that ViewSonic will launch the “smart business tablet monitor” at Computex in Taipei on June 5. The tablet is part of a series of prototypes, called “Touch and Connect“. ViewSonic also has plans for similar devices with Windows 8. The name of the tablet suggests that the device is aimed at the business market.
After months of waiting and speculation, Samsung has finally announced that the Samsung Galaxy S3 will be unveield in London on May 3. The announcement event for the new Galaxy smartphone is scheduled for Thursday 3 May in London and falls under the term “Samsung Mobile Unpacked”. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the most anticipated phones of the year.
LG Display is always pushing further the limits of display technology. LG has designed the first EPD (electronic paper display) for the e-book market and this time it is flexible and can bend at an angle up to 40 degrees.
Research in Motion has announced two new smartphones based on the BlackBerry 7 operating system — the BlackBerry Bold 9790 and the BlackBerry Curve 9380. Until the first BBX smartphones, Research in Motion continues expanding its range of BlackBerry smartphones running BlackBerry 7 operating system by announcing two new models to be marketed in the coming weeks.