Oh dear, I hear the rumblings of the forming of a bandwagon. The £1,000 LG G910 wasn’t enough for you all? Hyundai doesn’t think so, because it’s making its own variant – the similarly-named MB-910.
As well as being a watch, it’s a tri-band phone, with 3 hours of talk-time battery life, bluetooth (for a headset), SMS, MMS and video playback. No video calling, I’m afraid. Best feature of all? POLYPHONIC RINGTONES! Hurrah – I missed those.
Available within the next few months (“Q2”), Hyundai’s watchphone will cost £200. A bit more reasonable than LG’s effort, at least.
(via Reg Hardware)
Hyundai has announced its BlueH HM22D 22-inch LCD monitor, claiming it to be a great energy-efficient alternative to running a standard monitor and media centre PC for handling TV and other multimedia.
The monitor uses under three watts of power even at full brightness (300cd/m2), can handle 1080i high definition content, has a 1,680 x 1,050 resolution, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, and 5ms response time…
Remember 3D viewing? Sat in a cinema with a pair of silly glasses? Well, it’s now available in your living room. ..
Hey everyone. What with all the talk of this “CES” thing that’s going on at the moment, I thought I’d give you an EXCLUSIVE look at a few of the products that won’t be on the show floor this year.
I’ll be revealing a two-year-old TV with NO HDMI sockets on it whatsoever, a six-year-old games console and a literally ancient digital cable box that’s definitely NOT rocking the crowds at the Vegas Convention Centre right now.
You won’t see these anywhere else! (apart from maybe at a dump or really poor friend’s house).