As we all know nowadays it’s normal to always see an influx of new gadgets hitting the technology marketplace; whether it’s a new smartphone, laptop, netbook, tablet or even games console. One thing that is most certainly a must have with most of the smartphones and other internet enable gadgets out there is the ability to easily connect to a broadband connection, whether at home or on the move.
Android Mobile Devices
Google, as always are becoming a very loud in the mobile industry, and are on some levels overshadowing other manufacturers such as Blackberry & Apple. What these three have in common is that they all have smartphones and tablets currently on the market, and want to be the first choice when consumers thinking of purchasing. It’s been said that for the best broadband connection for your mobile phone you should pick an Android. Two in particular phones you should definitely look out for are the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and LG Optimus 2X
The long awaited tablet device from the Research In Motion company, it has not yet been released in the UK, however it should be available during the Summer. RIM stress the fact that it is a fully operating computer in a tablet form. One of the unique selling points of this device is that it can run Adobe Flash unlike the Apple iPad. It runs on a 1 GHz dual-core processor, has a 1 GB RAM and has Symmetric multi-processing.
Dell Inspirion Duo
Whether you need to do some work on the move or watch a video? This 2 in 1 device from Dell incorporates both a netbook and a tablet depending on your preference. With a device like this it pays to have easy access a mobile broadband connection, . The Inspirion Duo has a 10.1” screen and runs on an Intel Dual Core Atom N550 Processor, which makes multitasking on this device extremely easy; Unlike many netbooks, it a 2 GB memory. Another advantage it has over similar tablet devices such as the iPad, it that it is Bluetooth and Flash enabled.
Playstation Mobile Phone
As well all have heard Sony are said to have been working on their new innovation, the Playstation phone. The device has a 512MB RAM and a screen size of approximately 4.0”, The device is going to be half Android (Gingerbread) and half PSP, it’s going to be very hard to try and change the company’s association from video games to an android mobile phone. They have made it so that users can download a majority of the PSP version games and play them on the phone.
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