5. Asus U36 Ultraportable Laptop
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This thin and light laptop from Asus is ultraportable. The product has hit the market with Core i3 or i5 processor, NVIDIA Optimus graphics, a four cell battery for ten hours of battery life. It has a 13.3 inch LED backlit screen, Intel Core i5-460M CPU, 2GB of system RAM, 500GB 7200RPM hard disk, HDMI output, USB 3.0 port, and Windows 7 Home Premium. It’s priced at $1000. A competitor to the Dell Adamo and the MacBook Air, at 0.75 inch the U36 is slightly thicker than either the Air (0.68 inch) or the Adamo (0.65 inch).
4. Apple iPad 2
Apple iPad 2
Apple hasn’t yet confirmed the second-generation iPad, but the company has put in the request for its Asian partner Foxconn to produce and ship the second-generation iPad within 100 days, with plans for a spring 2011 release, most probably April 2011, according to a Taiwanese publication. The news is a rumor as the company has not made any public statement but the company also has a habit of updating its other prominent iOS devices–the iPhone and iPod Touch–every year. There’s no reason to expect its handling of the iPad to be any different.
3. 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab
10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab
2. Microsoft Xbox 720
xBox 720 Console
This spaceship like fragile gaming console is the futuristic design of the new xbox 720. In an interview the head of Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business division, Peter Moore told the press that the production team from the Xbox 360 is working on the next Xbox 720. There is no more news about the shape, specs, pricing and launch date of the new product.
1. Apple iPhone 5
Apple iPhone 5
Apple’s most famous is a line of Internet and multimedia-enabled smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. This summers apple is expected to be appearing in the market with it’s iPhone version 5. No media announcements are made till date but the rumor is in circulation. The phone is expected to be faster, thinner and lighter with more storage. It’s launch date, features and pricing details are unknown.