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Redfly Mobile Dock Allows you to Connect Your Smartphone to a Display and Keyboard!

Celio’s Redfly Mobile Dock is now available in Europe, soon to be available here in the U.S. (I think).  This Redfly Mobile Dock basically allows you to use your smartphone sorta like your laptop, allowing you to connect an LCD monitor and keyboard.

While you might think this is redundant and why in the world would y

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Dell Mini 10 Adds a 720P Option of 1,366×768 Pixel Resolution!

Here’s some good news for those of you who haven’t yet bought a netbook, Dell will be offering a higher HD 720P resolution of 1366×768 pixels for those of you who are proficient at reading small characters and love HD movies on the go.

Yes sirey, this is the highest resolution for a 10″ netbook yet.  I am sure most other netbook manufacturers will catch on the drift soon.

With average battery power of 4-6 hours on most netbooks these days, it’s a great option for consumers to go with a netbook, instead of buying

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Talking Paper!

Just in case you get tired of holding the book up…

This paper also has the capability to record, but with the price being around $10.65 US per sheet. You probably won’t see many of these around.

Now the picture on the far right is another type of paper. Images are displayed by electrically charging a special ink that is placed between two sheets of film. Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd. has successfully developed a process to determine unique fingerprints each sheet of paper possesses.

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POWERless LCD displays from Kent Display

Everytime I goto ESC (Embedded Systems Conference), it seems like Kent displays is among the top pioneers of powerless LCD displays.

If you have any apps requiring powerless LCDs (that’s right, they are powerless!), I suggest you check these guys out.

Yes, these LCD are cool, I’ve seen them in real life, they require no POWER! You need power to change to displaying text or graphics but once you set them, they require no power…very useful, I believe a lot of new products are being developed using these LCDs…kinda pricey though…

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