Sexta-feira, 4 de Abril de 2008

Panasonic to add plasma displays to mobile phones



From LCD to OLED, now it's plasma's turn. Panasonic surely makes the best plasma TVs in the world, even I own one. To see a display with great contrast and resolution on a mobile phone is something we certainly need nowadays, and it would be a great addition to the upcoming touchscreen-enable cellphones, that of course, if it is possible to enable touchscreen-plasma displays.

published by Meraj Chhaya às 16:20
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Sexta-feira, 29 de Fevereiro de 2008

After Bravia TV, there is Viera TV



Panasonic showed-off their amazing new display, this time on a mobile phone. Boasting the LCD Artificial Intelligence technology, the display has 252k colours and 854 x 480-pixel resolution portrayed in 3.5 inches.

If that wasn't enough, there is 4000:1 contrast, I really don't know how they managed to do that, but it will be useful to enjoy the 30fps video playback it supports. Mobile TV streaming is available, which should be with DVB-h, unless Panasonic believes that Japan has a better technology than the one approved by the European Union. Yes, you heard me right: Japan. They are the only ones who will receive this technological feat. Lately all hardcore phones are only sent there, if you remember a Sony Ericsson that I posted about some time ago.

The phone is highly competitive on the other features, supporting HSDPA, an SDHC port, and a gigantic revolving swivel, but only a 2 megapixel camera, which should of high quality: it has autofocus and image stabiliser.


Source: IntoMobile, MSN Tech
published by Meraj Chhaya às 17:22
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Quarta-feira, 9 de Janeiro de 2008

Once upon a time, there was a 32GB SDHC

Panasonic has done it.

After the announcement from Sandisk about the 12GB microSD, here comes Panasonic showing off their 32GB SDHC on the CES in Las Vegas.

This is great news for digital camcorders and even cameras or people who use memory cards as mass storage devices.

This will lower the prices for lower spec memory cards and delight HD video enthusiasts.

Panasonic added a simple labeling feature on the front and back of the card.

32GB means 5 hours and 20 minutes of full HD recording taking flash memory to another level. I hope flash memory beats optical storage as the next storage medium, and this is a great step to it.



SOURCE: SLASHPHONE
published by Meraj Chhaya às 13:00
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