RIM BlackBerry Presenter
3D Vaio by Sony
The movie ‘Avatar’ awed cinema audiences through amazing graphics in three dimensions across the globe. The craze began in cinema theaters, shifted to HD TV, and now it is laptop time. The latest laptop from Sony, the Vaio 3D, supports 1080p resolution at a 240 frames per second refresh rate. It uses the same display technology as Sony BRAVIA TV does. It transforms from 3D to 2D with the touch of a single button.
Apple iPhone 5
Apple iPhone 5 unveiled the first facial recognition mechanism with an OLED scratch proof screen. It offers video chat on 3G, and a resolution backed up by in house chips dual core processors. You can watch locally broadcast television programs. The latest version of the phone also includes the Pico projector for presentation on a flat surface.
PlayBook by BlackBerry
Google Nexus 3
Google Nexus 3 is a today’s smart phone for future. It has five home screens which accustoms itself with animated backgrounds. This smart phone has advanced speech recognition capabilities. Nexus is now in sync with latest services and software provided by Google. It is one of the most ionic customer electronics throughout the year.
3DS by Nintendo
3DS Nintendo comes up with two outward lenses and one inward lens. Both are compatible with 3D graphics. Outward lens make you take pictures of other objects. Inward lens can take user’s picture on the other hand. It even lets you combine two images to make a single one.
Samsung LED 9000 series
Television sets in this series are thinner than the width of a pencil. It is 0.3 inches wide and supports 3D images, and can convert 2D content in to 3D. It also offers compatibility with applications of iPhone and Google’s Nexus One. This series has made the biggest television ever made.