Saturday 11 February 2012


Another Eurocom beast announced.
Eurocom Panther 4.0 is the mirror universe's version of an Ultrabook
   You see that beastie above, that's the Panther 4.0. This monster of a laptop features a 17.3" screen which can include your preference of a matte, glossy or 3D screen, each running a pixel count of 1920x1080. With regard to the graphic prowess you have to choose one from the GeForce GTX 580M, Quadro 5010M or Radeon HD 6990M graphics. These can be twinned with up to 32GB of RAM and 4 Terabytes of Sata 3 storage space. All of this muscle adds up to a hefty 12.1lbs and your budget will have to match your arm strength too, with the base model starting at $2649 when this thing launches in March.

Acer CloudMobile gets outed by its good looks.
Acer CloudMobile phone wins design award, lets cat out of the bag
   Acer definitely isn't giving up on smartphones just yet and their latest foray into the Android wilds has produced the CloudMobile. The company has announced the phone pre-MWC this year most probably because of the phone winning the iF mobile design award for 2012. This phone also has some solid specs to compliment its looks. There is a 4.3" HD touchscreen, a Dolby branded speaker system and this 10.3mm thick phone is wrapped in it's own 'Sleeve DNA' shell. Pocket-lint expects this phone to be running Android 4.0 at launch, as well as being well integrated with Acer's cloud-based systems.

An ICS running HTC pops up.
   Those little pictures up there, courtesy of PhoneArena reveal a HTC phone running Android 4.0 and HTC Sense 4.0 on top. The boot up screens feature some Verison branding and there's LTE onboard so no prizes for guessing where this phone is heading. The spec sheet has us believe there's a Dual-core Snapdragon clocked at 1.2Ghz under the hood, as well as Beats Audio support and an 8MP shooter, placing this solidly in the upper-mid range for the coming year. The styling on the back of this phone does suggest it could be a next generation of the Incredible line of phones but perhaps this is just a prototype, MWC will reveal all.


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