We heard of Routers which we connect at our home or office to enjoy the internet on Air, in such routers we basically connect our wired Lan – RJ 45 pin to it and the router creates a Wireless field in the vicinity. But what if you wanted to connect your wireless devices like Laptops, Tablets, Smart Phones etc., to the internet and you do not have a common point to connect these three devices as you are not at your home or office.
The Solution to the above problem is using a Portable Wireless 3G Router which uses a 3G Sim to connect to the internet and provides a wireless field. D-Link has released a set of devices which use this functionality.
D-Link has launched a trio of portable Wi-Fi consumer devices for India which enable users to harness the 3G networks of their mobile phone to set up ad hoc wireless networks for their gaming devices, e-book readers, netbooks, notebooks, digital cameras – even pocket printers — that are increasingly wireless –friendly. You may no longer have to depend on the costly broadband connections that hotels provide – and if free public WiFi networks are available, you can use these devices to fuel multiple platforms. All of them are 3G friendly which means the fastest connections you can get today while on the move.
Apple’s mystery mini-tablet hasn’t emerged yet, and there are still plenty of unknowns surrounding it. Here are the biggest unanswered questions.Let’s
go through them before we get the official launch on 23rd OCT 2012(Tomorrow).
Many Enterprises use third party software’s to connect to their internal Organization Network if they are not at their work place. Employees use either Blackberry Phones to connect to the Internal Network through Blackberry private network OR Apple IPAD IPHONE, Android Phones through a software called GOOD.
Rumors of an iPad smaller than Apple’s current 9.7-inch model have long dogged the Cupertino company, but the talk is heating up this year — just as Google tries to go big with its Jelly Bean-based Nexus 7 from Asus.
The new model will have a screen that’s 7 inches to 8 inches diagonally, less than the current 9.7-inch version, said the people, who asked not to be identified because Apple hasn’t made its plans public. The product, which Apple may announce by October, won’t have the high-definition screen featured on the iPad that was released in March, one of the people said.
A smaller, less expensive iPad could undercut the ambitions of Google, Microsoft and Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) to gain traction in the advancing tablet market, said Shaw Wu, an analyst at Sterne Agee & Leach Inc. The new device will probably have a price closer to Google’s Nexus 7 tablet and Amazon’s Kindle Fire, both of which have 7-inch screens and cost $199.
So, We might expect a MINI IPAD soon in the market….
Analyst claims the iPad Mini could land in September, alongside the much-mooted iPhone 5.
courtesy : http://www.bloomberg.com, theverge.com, t3.com
Mahesh (MGIT ECE Alumni)
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The new iPad, the iPad 3, the new iPad 3… call it what you want, but it’s a device that from the outside looks remarkably like the iPad 2 but with an overhaul on the innards.
The question most people ask us when it comes to the new iPad is: what’s different from the old one?
Well, in this case it’s pretty easy: there’s a Retina Display that makes everything looks superbly crisp, an updated A5X processor bringing quad-core graphics and a 5MP camera on the rear with a VGA sensor on the front.
Oh, and the iPad 3 is also the device that brings iOS 5.1 to the masses.
Before we get onto all the normal insight over the frame of the new iPad, it’s worth talking about the main feature: the Retina Display.
Apple has packed a huge amount more pixels into the 9.7-inch screen – 1536 x 2048 to be exact. However, despite the fact that the Cupertino brand makes a big thing about the 330 PPI density of the iPhone 4, we’re looking at a screen that’s technically a lot less sharp than its smartphone brethren – around 264PPI.
- 9.7″ LED-backlit IPS LCD touchscreen, 2048 x 1536 pixels; scratch-resistant, oleophobic coating
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n connectivity, carrier-dependent hotspot support
- Optional LTE connectivity (data only)
- Optional GPS with A-GPS support (for the 3G model only)
- Apple A5X SoC with 1 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor
- PowerVR SGX543MP4 quad-core GPU
- 1GB RAM
- iOS 5.1 with iCloud support and activation
- 16/32/64GB of inbuilt storage
- Weight of 652 grams (662 grams for the LTE version)
- Bluetooth 4.0
- 11,560 mAh battery
- Accelerometer, compass and three-axis gyro-sensor
- Compatible with every iPad and iPhone app without any modifications
- The cheapest version costs less than a SIM-free iPhone
- 5MP auto-focus camera
- 1080p video recording at 30fps
- VGA secondary camera capable of FaceTime calls
- Four and five-finger gestures
- 1080p TV-output with the Apple Digital AV Adapter (purchased separately for $39), 720p video streaming
- Supports magnetic cases
Mahesh (MGIT ECE 4th year)