In 2010, consumers all over the world have witnessed great innovations and successes of the technology revolution, typically tablets and 3-D. When the New Year is up-coming, loyal users of modern technologies are eager to wait for smarter and multi-functioned products of some famous brands like Google, RIM, HP and Apple. Now, let's see the most expected tech devices of 2011 through the following pictures.
RIM BlackBerry PlayBook
The RIM BlackBerry PlayBook has recently received a lot of attention because it not only is the first tablet device to spring forth from the BlackBerry stables but also applies the most advanced hardware specs. This Playbook features a 1GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, a pair of cameras (front and rear facing) and seven-inch screen, which makes it smaller and lighter than the iPad.
RIM BlackBerry PlayBook
The PlayBook is scheduled to launch in early 2011 in U.S and mid 2011 in Europe after Apple's refreshed tablet
Apple iPad 2
Apple iPad 2 will be equipped front and rear facing cameras and a new function called FaceTime video calling like the iPhone 4. However, people have raised some questions such as “Will the iPad 2 be available in different sizes?” or “Whether Apple offers a smaller version of the iPad while many competing tablet devices adopt a 7-inch screen?”.
Those who love technology are waiting for the launch of iPad 2 in 2011
iPhone 5, known as the iPhone 5G, is rumored to deliver ultra-fast mobile internet and erase memories of the iPhone 4's antenna problems. However, the launching time of this smart phone has not yet announced.
The fifth generation’s technical specifications of iPhone family promisingly make great innovations
Android 3.0 Honeycomb
Android 3.0, known as Honeycomb, is a tablet friendly operating system. Actually, even though Gingerbread has just launched, Google’s Andy Rubin recently showed off a device running Honeycomb from Motorola.
Motorola's device runs Honeycomb
Consumers hope that Honeycomb can be rolled out in early 2011
New devices of HP/ Palm
After Apple announced the iPad, HP bought Palm and released smart phone Palm Pre 2 that uses the webOS operating system. However, both the screen and design of Palm Pre 2 look inferior to current best smart phones on the market.
HP will launch a webOS driven tablet device in early 2011
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