Sony has introduced its A-series Organic LED screen Walkman range of music players. The ultra-thin Walkman A840 boasts a 2.8” (7.1 cm) OLED screen, built-in digital noise cancellation and S-Master digital amplifier technology with a memory capacity ranging from 8 GB up to 16 GB offering space to store up to 10,000 songs or 9 hours of video.
Other features include rapid response time, a wide colour range and high-contrast ratio. The ambient noise is analysed and cancelled with a reverse sound wave. The 16 GB model costs Rs 11,990 and the 8 GB costs Rs 8,990.
Easy typing in Hindi
Wynncom has launched a Hindi QWERTY keypad phone - the Y-45 - which facilitates chat in the national language. The Y-45 also allows consumers to send free SMSes across select countries with an inbuilt soft key for 160by2, a free SMS service provider. Other features include a dual SIM slot, a 5.6 cm TFT colour screen, support for applications such as Opera Mini, Snaptu, Nimbuzz, Facebook, Twitter, etc, a 1.3 MP camera, 1100 mAh battery, expandable memory up to 8 GB, Bluetooth with A2DP, E-mail, video recording and playback. The phone is available at an MOP of Rs 3,395.
ASUS has introduced the NX90 notebook. It has an 18.4-inch screen on an aluminum body, and comes with Bang & Olufsen speakers that are placed outside the chassis and alongside the screen. A dual touchpad enables two-handed usability, creating a virtual mouse through the addition of a second prolonged touch surface.
Other features include SonicMaster, developed by ASUS Golden Ear team in collaboration with ICEPower, which enhances sound quality. Add to this the Rotation Desktop Interface, which enhances the multimedia quality and also makes easy photo zoom, web page and document scrolling.