Google Acer Chromebase for meetings is priced at 9 and will go on sale soon.
Google and Acer have launched a new Chromebase meant for meetings at the workplace. The all-in-one secure video-conferencing device costs $799, and will go on sale in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland and Australia.
Google says the $799 price-tag includes the first year management and support fees, and it will expand availability to additional countries where Chromebox is available.
Acer Chromebase is meant for secure video-conferencing device in small meeting areas with up to two people.
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Fitbit has shipped more than 1 million Fitbit Blaze and Fitbit Alta in the first month, exceeding the company’s sales forecast.
Fitbit has shipped more than 1 million Fitbit Blaze and Fitbit Alta in the first month, exceeding the company’s sales forecast. Also, Fitbit Blaze is now the bestselling device on Amazon. Fitbit Alta devices started shipping on March 9 since it became available in US.
“The positive response we’ve received to Blaze and Alta demonstrates our continued ability to innovate and drive strong demand for Fitbit products, which is what has made and kept us the leader in the global wearables category,” said Woody Scal, Chief Business Officer of Fitbit.
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Samsung’s smartphone with a bendable display could launch very soon. (Source: Reuters)
South Korean smartphone maker Samsung may unveil a game-changer device next year which can be a 5-inch smartphone when folded and turn into a 7-inch tablet when opened, a media report said.
A prototype of foldable display is finished with development and the company is hoping to mass-produce the device starting from second half of this year, Korean news site ETNews reported.
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Dolby Vision, put in layman’s terms, is an entire ecosystem of technology based around HDR, or High Dynamic Range
More megapixels does not necessarily mean a better camera. That myth has now been busted, as people are understanding more about sensors and lenses. But the one-pixel myth persists: more pixels means a better screen.
This is most prevalent with TVs. We’re seeing the advent of 4K or Ultra HD televisions, which boast of twice the resolution of a Full HD TV. Sharper images, the advertisements say. Better pictures than ever before, the billboards scream. But resolution is just a function of pixels. And like with cameras, more pixels or megapixels isn’t all that it takes to make a better screen.
Dolby, more famous for its sound prowess, is now stepping into the visual space to make screens better. Its idea is to bring a holis…
Brainwavz BLU-200 wireless Bluetooth earphone comes with a 60mAh battery that delivers 4 hours of continuous audio playback (Source: Brainwavz Audio)
Brainwavz Audio has announced the launch of its BLU-200 wireless bluetooth earphones in India. The wireless Bluetooth earphones come in matt black aluminium unibody design.
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Datamini has launched new enterprise-class tablet that incorporates Aadhaar-card approved fingerprint scanner right into the tablet
Datamini, the Indian PC manufacturer, has launched a new enterprise-class tablet that incorporates Aadhaar-card approved fingerprint scanner right into the tablet. While it looks just like any other 7-inch consumer tablet in the market, the built-in fingerprint scanner gives it an edge in the enterprise market.
Janunnati Pad is conceived and developed under government’s ‘Make In India’ initiative and is backed by MAIT, India’s premier ICT hardware industry association. Datamini says Janunnati Pad will enable low-cost financial transactions in India.
The uniqueness of Datamini’s Janunnati Pad lies in its true integration of barcode reader, fingerprint reader and magnetic car…