Samsung makes another Note and Sony wants to get inside your head
TechLife | 11 Sep 2012 :
Samsung Galaxy Note II
Samsung's Galaxy Note II's distinctive 5.55" screen and stylus puts it somewhere between a smartphone and a tablet, which is like to make it more appealing to business users than consumers. Its HD Super AMOLED multitouch display delivers 712x1280 pixels at 267ppi, protected by Gorilla glass.
Beyond content creation, the Galaxy Note II has 8MP and 1.9MP front- and rear- facing cameras that can record in full-HD at 30fps, Android 4.1, JellyBean, and comes in 16-,32- or 64Gb models with 2Gb RAM and expandable micro SD memory slot.
Price: Varies by operator.
While you're waiting on Google glass to arrive you might like you get your head around the concept of head-mounted displays with this 3D headset from Sony.
Due for an October release in Japan, the HMZ-T2 is designed to recreate a full 3D cinema experience rigt before your eyes. Epson has tried a similar trick with a more elaborate see-through option aimed at business travellers.
Likely to find a home with gamers and frequent fliers.