Thursday, January 30, 2014

Roundup: Kingston 64GB Flash Storage, Let's Note CF-MX3, G Flex Phone, and Galaxy Note 3 Olympic Edition

For the past weeks, numbers of smartphones, tablets, and surprising gadgets continue to grow in numbers. Anticipated mobile phones from leaked photos and details gathered a lot of ideas from forums, social networking sites as well in other online community platform. The revolution of smartphones continue as well-known brands and manufacturers compete to reach the farthest side of the world.

In terms of other important device for professionals, educators, and students, Kingston brought up a new wave of DataTraveler Locker+ G3 flash drive. A portable gadget capable of handling a vast amount of files with USB 3.0 support. It is treated with a hardware encryption security just like of other models in stores. And this year, a 64GB version is the newest version added to the line of Kingston flash storage.

Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ 64GB Flash Drive

As the Chinese New Year is approaching, Panasonic introduces a 12.5-inch convertible PC, the Let's Note CF-MX3 machine with 2.6GHz Intel Core i5-4200U quad-core technology. The newest and bigger brand to compete with Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga 11 which are now available in the global market. It follows the appearance of Sharp's RW-16G 15.6-inch tablet in Japan.

I haven't heard of any Samsung convertible PC nowadays but I am looking forward for another model to replaced the previously reported Windows RT models. But the company introduces a new line of Galaxy Note Pro SM-P905V which recently appeared in FCC website. A wider model to hit Verizon and other local network providers in United States as expected.

Availability of the above mentioned tablets are probably the most anticipated models to join the other 11-inch to 13-inch handheld machines in stores by the first or second quarter of 2014. And Samsung is the first company to introduced a Sochi's Winter Olympic Game Edition of Galaxy Note 3. Hoping for the world athletes to bagged the limited and special version of 7-inch tablet.

Going back to smartphones, LG's first curved G Flex is now coming to European stores by February. But for now, no words for its availability in other regions. A good indication that the company is looking forward for a new interactive phone in the near future.



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