Saturday, January 4, 2014

Roundup: Archos Helium 4G Smartphones, DreamWorks DreamTab, Acer Iconia A1-830 and Chromebook C720P-2600

The smartphones revolution continue as manufacturers compete for high market shares. Archos introduces a contract-free (unlocked) Helium 4G LTE-enabled handset in two different variants. Both are powered by Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) operating system. The company is also expected to reveal these handsets in the upcoming CES 2014.

DreamWorks and Fuhu is up for an Android-powered 8-inch DreamTab for kids. Featuring a fully customized computing environment to present characters coming from movies and animated series from the media company. A budget-friendly and affordable machine for less than $300.00 only. This tablet is also designed to run built-in games coming from DreamWorks Studios.

Archos Helium 4G LTE-Enabled Smartphone

Acer recently revealed a new line of Iconia A-series and Chromebook C720P along with TA272 HUL all-in-one machine. Starting a year filled with handful of ultra-portable and promising handheld computers in affordable prices. The company recently announced that they are updating their own Chromebook version by introducing a Moonstone White variant which are now headed to retail outlets.

Furthermore, Microsoft recently announced an upgraded version of Surface Pro. A new model with higher performance rating compared to the first original models in the market. This new variant is now headed to the global market with the same price to the old version.

Polaroid reportedly announced a Q-series tablet with Android 4.4 (KitKat) operating system. The first of its kind to come in three different versions. The 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10.1-inch handheld machines with the same underlying specs but prices will vary based on user's selected model.

And the only laptop I heard to arrive from few days of writing is the Lenovo ThinkPad T440S Ultrabook with Intel Core i5-4200U CPU. A new variant of the pioneering models with 128GB SSD storage, 4GB of memory, and Windows 8 operating system.

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